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"A full summary of the Great Houses'
activities over the aeons would be unimaginably long and mostly
-The Book of the War
Greetings. I am know in these parts as Marnal Gate and this is the worlds largest (and most badly spellchecked) website on the Time Lords of Gallifrey. This was my first web page so I tried to follow the KISS principle (Keep It Simple Stupid). This page was created in March 1998.
It was last updated in June, 2015.
I have (shall we say 'an obsessive'? Yes. Yes, we shall) an obsessive interest in the history of the history of the Doctor's people from before the time of Rassilon to its apparent destruction in the Time War with the Daleks. The idea behind this web page is to trace all the little details about the Time Lord's past that we have been given over the decades. I've also added a section on the Daleks (though it doesn't cover as much material as I'd like). If you have any doubts as to the validity of the data presented, just check the color code chart at the top of each page. I've been pretty religious about sticking to it.
Details on Gallifrey's Astronomy, Ecology, Biology, Government, Culture, and the Web of Time
HISTORY OF GALLIFREY
Exhaustive time lines of Gallifrey's history.
(the following links contains many spoilers for the TV series, audios, and novels)
I: THE DARK TIME
(Event Zero & Ancient Gallifrey)
II: THE TIME OF LEGEND
(Rassilon Omega and the Other)
(The Pre-Doctor Era)
IV: PRE-CLASSICAL GALLIFREY
(The Doctor on Gallifrey)
PART V: CLASSIC GALLIFREY
(The Doctor - The Renegade Era)
PART VI: WAR GALLIFREY
(The Last Great Time War)
PART VI: POST GALLIFREY
(Last of the Time Lords & The Earth's History)
(Astronomy, technology, biology, sociology and more stuff)
(a page of lists - rather out of date)
I've tried to base all my information off of reliable (or at least well thought out) sources. These include the TV series (new and old), Novels, Audios, and numerous referance books. The Whoniverse and The Cloister Library have also been essential. Obviously I have a great deal of respect of the expanded universe of Doctor Who beyond the TV episodes but I've made sure to color code the text so that those with a narrow veiw of canon can still find the site useful but just following the font color of their choice. Rest assured that when irreconcilable differences appear the TV series will alway trump any other source.
If you think I've forgotten some data or just want to give your opinion on my page, then please don't hesitate to E-Mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org . (If I don't respond after week then a cybermat must have ate your email before it got to me and you should send again).
Here a few web sites I've found useful/interesting/meaningful.
Distant Worlds.net ( http://www.distantworlds.net/viewstory.asp?ID=147 ) My first published short story can be found here.
TARDIS Data Core Wiki ( http://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page ) The definitive Doctor Who Wiki with loads of info.
(http://www.chakoteya.net/DoctorWho/index.htm) A site with scripts for EVERY Doctor Who episode!
The Science Fiction and Telefantasy Databanks ( http://www.clivebanks.co.uk/Doctor%20Who%20intro.htm ) An excellent list showing how all of the Doctor's expanded universe stories fit together with the TV Series.
The Complete Adventures ( http://www.eyespider.freeserve.co.uk/drwho/compleat.html ) Another excellent
list showing how all of the Doctor's expanded universe stories fit
together with the TV Series.
The Doctor Who Reference Guide ( http://www.drwhoguide.com/who.htm ) Though a bit outdated, this list showing how the Doctor's expanded universe stories fit together with the TV Series but also has VERY detailed synopsises of almost every novel, audio, and TV episode.
Time-Lord-Rassilon's Deviant Art Page ( http://time-lord-rassilon.deviantart.com/ ) The amazing speculative work of this friend of mine shows all the glory and power of the Time Lords.
Tragical History Tour ( http://tragicalhistorytour.com/ ) A wonderful photo resource of screen caps, behind the scenes pics, and promotions photos.
Whoniverse ( http://www.whoniverse.net )
An AMAZING followup to the Discontinuity Guide book. It attempts
cover all the novels and has lots of other goodies too.
http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/newapocrypha/ ) A Yahoo
group devoted to intense and obsessive analysis of Whoniverse
continuity issues. They have been very helpful at proofreading
parts of my website. Its loosely connected to the New Apocrypha
The DiscContinuity Guide ( http://www.tetrap.com/drwho/disccon/) Another great follow up to the book. This one covers the audio adventures and the TV Movie.
The Doctor Who Web Guide ( http://webguide.doctorwhofans.net/current ) The best guide to Doctor Who wesites on the web. They were kind enough to give my site a Website Gold award.
An archived version of the definitive site
for info about
Lawrence Miles' Faction Paradox. Used to be at http://www.factionparadox.co.uk
another version of it can be found here http://www.curufea.com/Wikka/wikka.php?wakka=FactionWebsite
The Mistress of the Magical Bus ( http://www.iriswildthyme.thiswaydown.org/ ) A stylish site devoted Iris Wildthyme!
The Doctor Who Image Archive (http://www.shillpages.com/dw/dwia.htm) As the name implies, a great site for Doctor Who pictures. Many of the pictures on my site come from there.
Edgar Governo Historian of Things That Never Were (http://www.mts.net/~arphaxad/history.html ) A wonderful site filled with chronologies to just about every Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror franchise every created.
I have no intention of infringing on anybody's ideas, property, or the copyrights of any of the above franchises, I only wish to promote a more detailed understanding and appreciation of their universes. This Web page should be viewed as an advertisements for all the sources that went into making it.
Oh and the myspace page http://www.myspace.com/merlin_3055 has shamelessly stolen my material and posted it in his blog as his own. May he rot in a black star!