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The Master

"I'm the Master. And these, are my friends."

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a character in “Superwholock: Games of the Moon”, as played by Athrun Zala



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Nickname/Alias: The Master

Gender: Male

Species: Timelord (Resurrected)

Show originated from: Doctor Who

Physical Description: In his current regeneration, the Master stands at a height of 5'9", and is a reasonably built well rounded muscled looking human. He's not quite as thin as his nemesis' current state, but he's still slender and handsome. He sports a well trimmed haircut, his hair thin and brown, matching the color of his devious looking eyes. As his former occupation of prime minister required that he dress in suits, he tends to wear a black suit with a black necktie, and a black overcoat with a red lining for cold weather.Image

Personality: Two words describe the Master, psychopath and sociopath. The Master can be charming when he wants to be, but every move is for one single purpose; whatever his current scheme of the moment is. He can be particularly quirky and funny, often going back and forth between an evil demeanor and a lighthearted cheery one in the same instant. He often makes jokes with an evil undertone, which often results in deaths to either further his goals or just for the fun of it.

History: Resurrected by the Timelords to be the perfect soldier for a Time War, the Master faced the Emperor of the Daleks...and ran. He ran to the end of the universe, hiding his very Timelord essence in his fob watch and changing his DNA into human form, unknowingly escaping the near extinction of the Timelords. His first recollections was as a little boy, being found alone and naked on the beaches, without a name or anything to claim to himself, save for one pocket watch that never ever worked. Regarding himself as a professor, the Master went from refugee camp to refugee camp, living his human life in the human race's struggle to survive the end of the universe. He was discovered by the Doctor at a lone outpost on a lone planet, attempting to get the refugees to Utopia, a conceived dream of escape and happiness, but unable to get the rocket to work in its final stages. With the Doctor's and companion's help, they got the rocket to work, sending the remaining humans to Utopia. But Martha Jones, the Doctor's current traveling companion at the time, made the Professor aware of the fob watch. Answering the voice of the Master hidden inside the watch, he opened it, freeing himself and ridding himself of his "human" self. He began shutting down the silo's defenses, leaving the Doctor to the mercy of the Futurekind while he attempted to leave in the Doctor's TARDIS. He was shot by his faithful and "annoying" companion, escaping into the TARDIS just as the Doctor made it into the command room.

Locking the Doctor out of his TARDIS, the dying Master regenerated into a younger more handsome human form, taunting the Doctor to stop his latest scheme before taking the TARDIS back in time. Though with the Doctor's fusing the TARDIS' time traveling system, he was only able to take it back to the 21st century. It was more than enough time however, with 18 months of leeway to enact his latest scheme. Having traveled back into the far future, he found the human race at "Utopia", the place that was nothing more than a myth. They had cannibalized themselves, turning them into flying circular balls of metal with the capacity to kill, armed with a few lasers and an assortment of blades. Promising to help and to establish a new empire in the 21st century, the Master changed the TARDIS to act as a paradox machine, while using the Archangel network to rise to the position of Prime Minister. Then he introduced to Great Britain the future human species, as the Toclafane, a species that had contacted the human race to bring nothing more than assistance, promising a televised viewing of the species' appearance on Earth.

With the President of the US annoyingly, but according to plan, stepping in his way and attempting to take over the operation, the Master boarded the Valiant, a sky ship he had designed himself. He sat back as the "Toclafane" appeared to the President, requesting the presence of the "Mister Master". Taking the stage, he ordered the Toclafane to kill the President, all the while being broadcasted across the world. The Doctor and his companions attempted to stop him, but he saw through their perception filter easily, killing Jack and turning the Doctor into an old man, though Martha teleported down to Earth. Two minutes after the assassination, the paradox machine activated, ripping apart the skies of Earth and letting in six billion Toclafane to ravage the human population.

A year passed with the Master in control of the Earth, while he converted every city and country into vast shipyards, building rockets to wage war on the rest of the galaxy and create a new Timelord Empire. However the Doctor had managed to integrate himself into the Archangel network while Martha got the Earth's population to think of one word at Launch Day, Doctor. Using this, the Doctor regenerated himself back into his young form, knocking the Master's screwdriver to the side before they teleported briefly down to Earth, where the Master threatened to destroy them and the Earth. However the Doctor knew the Master couldn't bring himself to kill himself, and the Master surrendered the remote. They teleported back to the Valiant while Jack destroyed the paradox machine, reversing time back to the moment he had killed the president.

With the Master subdued, the Doctor intended to take him with him as a prisoner. However his faithful and loving wife, finally tired of the Master and his plans, shot him. The Master refused to regenerate, much to the desperation of the Doctor, claiming it as his final victory over the other as he left him as the last of the Timelords. The Doctor took him down to Earth, cremating him on the edge of London and leaving his flaming body as he walked away, but unknown to the Doctor, another came and retrieved the Master's ring from the funeral pyre. A secret cult that followed the Master existed, and they soon used his ring and biological imprint from his wife to bring him back to life. Those present sacrificed themselves, leaving the Master standing reborn. His wife attempted to kill him with a potion of death, but was quickly stopped by one of the guards. She was taken back to prison, while the Master left the secret underground place back into the world.

Living with a dead man's face and name however, was going to prove somewhat complicated. The remainder of the Master's secret cult put him back into society as another man, replacing a recently elected Senator Mark Sertam of Scotland, who nobody really knew except for perhaps the man's family. However for the moment he decided to remain in the shadows, as he knew that out there somewhere, was the Doctor. And he hardly intended to let the Doctor know of his presence until he was good and ready, if he could help it.

Motives: While developing a scheme for world domination once again, the Master returned to London. Intrigued about this mysterious infection in London, he began investigating on his own and tapping into the reports of the police, suspecting some sort of alien species having snuck their way onto Earth.

Equipment: A nice private plane, a sleek car with the license plate MSTR 81, and his slightly downgraded laser screwdriver.

Allies: 9-pineapple
His secret cult of followers, who for the most part only served to resurrect him and reintigrate him back into society, however they occasionally give information and help when he asks, who would walk off a cliff if he ordered. He also has his private armed force employed by the Senator's power.

Enemies: His archnemesis the Doctor, who he has wound into his schemes just to find some way of defeating the Doctor, as he knows the timelord would do anything to stop his nefarious schemes and save his precious human race. Unfortunately the Doctor always lives and manages to thwart his plans in some way, or some random element the Master hadn't accounted for shows up.

So begins...

The Master's Story


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And then I stood there, in the basement of Broadfell prison, dripping with the mist of some ancient concoction my followers had dug up from the graves of libraries long forgotten. Thunder cracked in the background as the blue mists whirled about the room, the constant drum beat returning even louder than before. Looking over, I could see my lovely wife, kneeling on the floor with a guard's gun close by her head. Smiling widely, I outstretched my arms. "Lucy my faithful wife!" She stood up, revealing a vile of liquid, the potion of death she called it. "No!" But the sound of a gun shot rang through the air, and the vial dropped from Lucy's hand, rolling harmlessly towards the entrance. She jerked back, clutching her now bleeding hand as she stared at me almost hatefully. For an instant I stared back at her, a sad look on my face and total disappointment with her actions. Once again, she'd tried to kill me, and the first time she had succeeded too! Then I grinned at her as the transformation completed, leaving me once again alive, completely whole, and with the body of a Timelord. Guards rushed the room from an exit in the basement, their guns leveled at Lucy who looked at them with fear in her eyes. Looking at the remaining followers and their drones of my "faithful" cult, I rolled my head slightly, cracking the fresh neck muscles.

"Take her back to her cell," I said, ice in my voice and no remorse. "And someone, get me some clothes."


The Master stood in front of the mirror of the bathroom, his hand feeling his smooth recently shaved jaw, as he examined his appearance. His thin wavy brown, almost blonde hair, was freshly trimmed from yesterday's barber visit, neatly combed forward over the top of his head. His black suit was neatly pressed and ironed, with neither his shirt or jacket showing the slightest wrinkle. His brown eyes stared back at himself, and the corners of his mouth twitched into a playful smirk as he regarded his appearance. His hands rested against the white marble countertop as he leaned forward, his face inches away from the mirror.

"One of the most brilliant minds in the universe, with some of the most devious schemes to ever be created. What are you doing, attending a meeting in the Senate, discussing a vote on a power bill?"

He stared at himself, as if waiting for his reflection to give an answer, before a knock sounded at the door.

"Senator Sertam, you have ten minutes."

His eyes rolled up as he pushed himself off the counter. He hated being called Senator. It was like being downgraded. He had been the Prime Minister of Great Britain after all. Couldn't his followers have found a position higher up that didn't have to deal with these petty matters and laws? He turned his head side to side, listening to the resounding crack of his neck with a faint smile. At least he only had to do this sort of thing once a week, maybe twice. Unless there was something his staff hadn't told him, all he had to do was vote yes or vote no, while sitting in the shadows, and let the other senators do the talk on various insignificant matters while time passed around them and alien species went to war among the stars.

"Coming!" he hollered in a high boyish voice before growling slightly as he turned away from the mirror and headed out the door.


The Master swung in his chair slightly as the droning voice of a male human echoed through the senate room. He suppressed the urge to yawn as he looked around the room, watching other men and women instead of the current speaker. He tuned out the noise of what the bill would do for the government and its people, while staring towards a woman. He recognized her from before in the Senate building during his short time as Prime Minister. Her gaze turned away from the speaker to focus on him, soft emeralds locking with his own deep brown eyes. He flashed a deceivingly warm smile at her before she turned her head, and he chuckled slightly to himself as he looked back at the speaker. She didn't remember him. So passionate, so evil, so quick to judge, the human race could be, and yet so forgetful. The events of Harold Saxon, going mad onboard the Valiant and assassinating the president, would be nothing more than a distant memory, buried on page 29 of the London Informer. Of course a simple signal from the Archangel network before it was modified helped speed up the process.

A sudden beeping woke him from his thoughts, as well as alerting the senator beside him. His hand snapped to his side, withdrawing a small cellular phone.

"I told you not to call me, I'm in the middle of a meeting," he said in a quiet voice laced with annoyance. He shot an annoyed look to the man seated beside him, who turned his head back towards the speaker, this time a female. But the Master knew he would be listening in. He gave a sigh as he leaned back in his chair, the small device pressed close to his ear.

"Oh come on Mister Sertam," the voice on the other end responded, using his fake name. "You aren't even interested in those boring meetings anyway."

"No I'm not," the Master said with a playful grin. "So what have you got for me?"

"You remember those strange reports of corpses Scotland Yard has been tracking, with no clue as to their killer?"

"Yes, what about them?"

"They've found another and are sending police to investigate. Corner of Henderson and Fifth."

"Mmm..." the Master pressed his body even further back into the leather recliner. "You know those reports are fascinating. It would be nice to see one up close..."

"I hear they're even calling in one of their best consulting detectives. That's how desperate Scotland Yard is."

"You know what, the senate doesn't need me today anyway," the Master said as he leaned forward, his brown eyes focusing once again on the senator beside him who had turned his head slightly in his direction. "Send the details to my terminal, I'll be there shortly."

He clicked the red button on his phone before sliding it back into his pocket. He leaned back in his chair, his fingertips pressed against eachother as he stared towards the Deputy Minister, already calling the Senate to a vote. His lips pursed as they tapped against eachother rhythmically to the sound of his heart beats, to the sound of the drums. The drums of war, tuning out the droning and the ayes and the nos and the hand raising, his gaze becoming focused and crazed as his fingers tapped harder and harder. Then he uttered a "Yes", answering the call of the drums and the senate's needless voting. And in one fluid motion he was out of his chair and out the door, leaving the one man in slight confusion and the rest completely ignorant.


The sound of screeching wheels filled the air as a black van stopped a short distance from Henderson and Fifth. Car doors swung open as five pairs of black shoes stepped out onto the damp pavement of the street, shutting in the Timelord's heart beat's rhythm. The Master stood beside the van, dressed in his black suit and black overcoat, taking a deep whiff of the cold London air.

"Ah, the stink, the smell of pollution and iron," the Master said as he turned his head from side to side, looking over the empty streets. The fresh tire tracks could be seen leading up to the apartment, where several police cars were parked in a line, yellow tape cordoning off the area. Humans could be seen bustling about the cars and going into the apartment. He took another deep inhale as he looked towards the apartment.

"Maybe even the smell of rain," the Master said as he shrugged, his lips twitching upward. "And something el-" he stopped short as he stared towards the cars. His face fell as he stared towards the group of people. They were all clustered around one person, brown fabric showing through the cracks. He stood still, waiting for the humans to move, waiting to see who the hidden man was. And yet as the drums beat harder, the Master felt he already knew.

Run! Hide! It's not time yet! The Doctor can't see me yet! I'm not ready! One look, one look is all it took for a Timelord to recognize another. They knew eachother on sight, on feel, on smell. Of course which one? The Master's lips twitched upward again into a smirk. As Minister of Defense he had had the Doctor closely watched, but never interfering until the time was right, until he had use of the Doctor's TARDIS to free him from the end of the universe. No he knew when, and that meant the Doctor's TARDIS was somewhere close by. He looked over to one of the members of his group.

"Take the car, drive about the nearby streets. There's an old style police box somewhere, probably in plain sight. Find it," the Master said, almost hissing his last words as he turned back to the building. He shot one last look back to the crowd of people, to that immortal fool Captain Jack, to the Doctor, before he turned away. He walked towards the apartment, going by way of a side street to arrive at the other side of the apartment, out of the Doctor's sight.