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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
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2017-07-09 23:24:25 UTC
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He is the Doctor.
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He is the Doctor.
I know. I want to know why he didn't place Missy in stasis!
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2017-07-10 04:32:48 UTC
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He is the Doctor.
I know. I want to know why he didn't place Missy in stasis!
He was fighting a cyberarmy.
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He is the Doctor.
I know. I want to know why he didn't place Missy in stasis!
He was fighting a cyberarmy.
I mean when he first botched her execution in the flashback portion of "Extremis"!
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2017-07-10 15:30:17 UTC
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He is the Doctor.
I know. I want to know why he didn't place Missy in stasis!
He was fighting a cyberarmy.
I mean when he first botched her execution in the flashback portion of "Extremis"!
Compassion.
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2017-07-10 15:49:29 UTC
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
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2017-07-10 19:48:11 UTC
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
What made him think that she could be reformed in the first place?
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place
her in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any
harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
What made him think that she could be reformed in the first place?
Optimism.
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2017-07-10 19:54:38 UTC
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy

I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good, and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the Master said his TARDIS was.

II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate him to look for her, alive or dead.
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2017-07-10 20:14:32 UTC
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate him to look
for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate him to look
for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy, dead or alive!
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate him to look
for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy, dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate him to look
for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy, dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
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in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate him to look
for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy, dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
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in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate him to look
for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
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in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate him to look
for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
Also scan for signs of recent regenerations.
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in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or
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He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the
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the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate
him to look
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for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
Also scan for signs of recent regenerations.
Those could be masked.
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in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or
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He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the
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the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate
him to look
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for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
Also scan for signs of recent regenerations.
Those could be masked.
Also scan for TARDISes and the energy signatures of materializations and dematerializations?
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in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or
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the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed.
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would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to
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and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore
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for her, alive or dead.
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dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
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Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
Also scan for signs of recent regenerations.
Those could be masked.
Also scan for TARDISes and the energy signatures of materializations and dematerializations?
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate him to look
for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
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the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to become good,
and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore look for her
near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056 where the
Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate him to look
for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
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the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to
become good,
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and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore
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near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056
where the
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Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate
him to look
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for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
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in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing
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the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he
was just
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed. The Doctor
would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to
become good,
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and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore
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near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056
where the
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Master said his TARDIS was.
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for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
Materialize the TARDIS directly at Floor 507.
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in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing
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He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the
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the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he
was just
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed.
The Doctor
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would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to
become good,
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and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore
look for her
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near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056
where the
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Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate
him to look
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for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to
recapture Missy,
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dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
Materialize the TARDIS directly at Floor 507.
To know where the floor is located first.
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in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing
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He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the
execution in
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the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he
was just
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed.
The Doctor
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would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to
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and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore
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near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056
where the
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Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate
him to look
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for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to
recapture Missy,
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dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
Materialize the TARDIS directly at Floor 507.
To know where the floor is located first.
Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and elevator to determine the floor number. If its wrong, hop to another large space and repeat.
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in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing
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He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the
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the first place. There would be no point sabotaging
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was just
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
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The Doctor
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would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to
become good,
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and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore
look for her
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near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056
where the
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Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate
him to look
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for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to
recapture Missy,
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dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
Materialize the TARDIS directly at Floor 507.
To know where the floor is located first.
Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and elevator
to determine the floor number. If its wrong, hop to another large space
and repeat.
A 1000 times?
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He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the
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the first place. There would be no point sabotaging
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was just
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going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
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The Doctor
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would have hope that Missy decided at the last second to
become good,
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and try to break free of the Master. He would therefore
look for her
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near the Floor 507 elevator, and then go down to Floor 1056
where the
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Master said his TARDIS was.
II: His Oath to guard Missy for 1,000 years would obligate
him to look
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for her, alive or dead.
REgeneration will happen.
But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to
recapture Missy,
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dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
Materialize the TARDIS directly at Floor 507.
To know where the floor is located first.
Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and elevator
to determine the floor number. If its wrong, hop to another large space
and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number < 507, aim the TARDIS down.

Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
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Reasons for the Doctor to go back and look for Missy
I: Hoping against hope that Missy can still be reformed.
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Do you who to look for?
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Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on
Floor 507.
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The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
Materialize the TARDIS directly at Floor 507.
To know where the floor is located first.
Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and elevator
to determine the floor number. If its wrong, hop to another large space
and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number < 507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
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Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
My assumption was that the floor numbering plan was built in with the ship, and was unrelated to its current location.
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Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
My assumption was that the floor numbering plan was built in with the
ship, and was unrelated to its current location.
IT was built with different areas of Mondas considered.
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Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
My assumption was that the floor numbering plan was built in with the
ship, and was unrelated to its current location.
IT was built with different areas of Mondas considered.
But the floor numbers seem to be consecutive, and go down as you go further up in the ship! Why do the floor numbers go down as you go up?
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Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
My assumption was that the floor numbering plan was built in with the
ship, and was unrelated to its current location.
IT was built with different areas of Mondas considered.
But the floor numbers seem to be consecutive, and go down as you go
further up in the ship! Why do the floor numbers go down as you go up?
The bottom is the city and the top the navigation.
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Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
My assumption was that the floor numbering plan was built in with the
ship, and was unrelated to its current location.
IT was built with different areas of Mondas considered.
But the floor numbers seem to be consecutive, and go down as you go
further up in the ship! Why do the floor numbers go down as you go up?
The bottom is the city and the top the navigation.
Like the Starship Enterprise, which has Deck 1 at the top?
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Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
My assumption was that the floor numbering plan was built in with the
ship, and was unrelated to its current location.
IT was built with different areas of Mondas considered.
But the floor numbers seem to be consecutive, and go down as you go
further up in the ship! Why do the floor numbers go down as you go up?
The bottom is the city and the top the navigation.
Like the Starship Enterprise, which has Deck 1 at the top?
Along those lines
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The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
Materialize the TARDIS directly at Floor 507.
To know where the floor is located first.
Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and
elevator to determine the floor number. If its wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??

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The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
Materialize the TARDIS directly at Floor 507.
To know where the floor is located first.
Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and
elevator to determine the floor number. If its wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
Daniel
The ship caught in the event horizon of a black hole.
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The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
Materialize the TARDIS directly at Floor 507.
To know where the floor is located first.
Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and
elevator to determine the floor number. If its wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
Daniel
The ship caught in the event horizon of a black hole.
It seemed to me to be just outside the event horizon.
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The 'fllors' are a ship with a planetfall.
How would that block the DNA scanners?
How thick is the shielding?
Materialize the TARDIS directly at Floor 507.
To know where the floor is located first.
Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and
elevator to determine the floor number. If its wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
Daniel
The ship caught in the event horizon of a black hole.
It seemed to me to be just outside the event horizon.
Note the aceeleration of Time.
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Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and
elevator to determine the floor number. If it's wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
The Event Horizon of the Black Hole

A black hole is therefore bounded by a well-defined surface or
edge known as the "event horizon", within which nothing can be
seen and nothing can escape, because the necessary escape
velocity would equal or exceed the speed of light (a physical
impossibility). The event horizon acts like a kind of one-way
membrane, similar to the "point-of-no-return" a boat
experiences when approaching a whirlpool and reaching the point
where it is no longer possible to navigate against the flow.
Or, to look at it in a different way, within the event horizon,
space itself is falling into the black hole at a notional speed
greater than the speed of light.

<http://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/topics_blackholes_event.html>


... but as always, Yad's braindead response has absolutely nothing to
do with the question.

The real reason the "floor numbers go down as one goes up" is simply
because the bridge level, being the most important area, is usually
level 1 (or sometimes 0).
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elevator to determine the floor number. If it's wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
The Event Horizon of the Black Hole
A black hole is therefore bounded by a well-defined surface or
edge known as the "event horizon", within which nothing can be
seen and nothing can escape, because the necessary escape
velocity would equal or exceed the speed of light (a physical
impossibility). The event horizon acts like a kind of one-way
membrane, similar to the "point-of-no-return" a boat
experiences when approaching a whirlpool and reaching the point
where it is no longer possible to navigate against the flow.
Or, to look at it in a different way, within the event horizon,
space itself is falling into the black hole at a notional speed
greater than the speed of light.
<http://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/topics_blackholes_event.html>
... but as always, Yad's braindead response has absolutely nothing to
do with the question.
The real reason the "floor numbers go down as one goes up" is simply
because the bridge level, being the most important area, is usually
level 1 (or sometimes 0).
And is the slowest.
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Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and
elevator to determine the floor number. If it's wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
The Event Horizon of the Black Hole
A black hole is therefore bounded by a well-defined surface or
edge known as the "event horizon", within which nothing can be
seen and nothing can escape, because the necessary escape
velocity would equal or exceed the speed of light (a physical
impossibility). The event horizon acts like a kind of one-way
membrane, similar to the "point-of-no-return" a boat
experiences when approaching a whirlpool and reaching the point
where it is no longer possible to navigate against the flow.
Or, to look at it in a different way, within the event horizon,
space itself is falling into the black hole at a notional speed
greater than the speed of light.
<http://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/topics_blackholes_event.html>
... but as always, Yad's braindead response has absolutely nothing to
do with the question.
The real reason the "floor numbers go down as one goes up" is simply
because the bridge level, being the most important area, is usually
level 1 (or sometimes 0).
And is the slowest.
"slowest"?? .... It's all part of one ship, so all connected together.
Or are you suggesting the ship is stretching out as it travels along??

Note:- I do not recall any mention of the ship traveling into a Black
Hole in the show, but I may have missed that!!

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Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and
elevator to determine the floor number. If it's wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
The Event Horizon of the Black Hole
A black hole is therefore bounded by a well-defined surface or
edge known as the "event horizon", within which nothing can be
seen and nothing can escape, because the necessary escape
velocity would equal or exceed the speed of light (a physical
impossibility). The event horizon acts like a kind of one-way
membrane, similar to the "point-of-no-return" a boat
experiences when approaching a whirlpool and reaching the point
where it is no longer possible to navigate against the flow.
Or, to look at it in a different way, within the event horizon,
space itself is falling into the black hole at a notional speed
greater than the speed of light.
<http://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/topics_blackholes_event.html>
... but as always, Yad's braindead response has absolutely nothing to
do with the question.
The real reason the "floor numbers go down as one goes up" is simply
because the bridge level, being the most important area, is usually
level 1 (or sometimes 0).
And is the slowest.
"slowest"?? .... It's all part of one ship, so all connected together.
Or are you suggesting the ship is stretching out as it travels along??
Note:- I do not recall any mention of the ship traveling into a Black
Hole in the show, but I may have missed that!!
Daniel
Look at the Doctor's explanation.
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Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and
elevator to determine the floor number. If it's wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
The Event Horizon of the Black Hole
A black hole is therefore bounded by a well-defined surface or
edge known as the "event horizon", within which nothing can be
seen and nothing can escape, because the necessary escape
velocity would equal or exceed the speed of light (a physical
impossibility). The event horizon acts like a kind of one-way
membrane, similar to the "point-of-no-return" a boat
experiences when approaching a whirlpool and reaching the point
where it is no longer possible to navigate against the flow.
Or, to look at it in a different way, within the event horizon,
space itself is falling into the black hole at a notional speed
greater than the speed of light.
<http://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/topics_blackholes_event.html>
... but as always, Yad's braindead response has absolutely nothing to
do with the question.
The real reason the "floor numbers go down as one goes up" is simply
because the bridge level, being the most important area, is usually
level 1 (or sometimes 0).
And is the slowest.
"slowest"?? .... It's all part of one ship, so all connected together.
Or are you suggesting the ship is stretching out as it travels along??
Note:- I do not recall any mention of the ship traveling into a Black
Hole in the show, but I may have missed that!!
The top of the ship is practically grazing the event horizon of a black hole, so time is very slow there.

Why hasn't the ship been pulverized by the debris thats being sucked into the black hole?
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Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and
elevator to determine the floor number. If it's wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
The Event Horizon of the Black Hole
A black hole is therefore bounded by a well-defined surface or
edge known as the "event horizon", within which nothing can be
seen and nothing can escape, because the necessary escape
velocity would equal or exceed the speed of light (a physical
impossibility). The event horizon acts like a kind of one-way
membrane, similar to the "point-of-no-return" a boat
experiences when approaching a whirlpool and reaching the point
where it is no longer possible to navigate against the flow.
Or, to look at it in a different way, within the event horizon,
space itself is falling into the black hole at a notional speed
greater than the speed of light.
<http://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/topics_blackholes_event.html>
... but as always, Yad's braindead response has absolutely nothing to
do with the question.
The real reason the "floor numbers go down as one goes up" is simply
because the bridge level, being the most important area, is usually
level 1 (or sometimes 0).
And is the slowest.
"slowest"?? .... It's all part of one ship, so all connected together.
Or are you suggesting the ship is stretching out as it travels along??
Note:- I do not recall any mention of the ship traveling into a Black
Hole in the show, but I may have missed that!!
The top of the ship is practically grazing the event horizon of a black
hole, so time is very slow there.
Why hasn't the ship been pulverized by the debris thats being sucked into the black hole?
Advanced shielding that was given by the master.
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A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
The Event Horizon of the Black Hole
A black hole is therefore bounded by a well-defined surface or
edge known as the "event horizon", within which nothing can be
seen and nothing can escape, because the necessary escape
velocity would equal or exceed the speed of light (a physical
impossibility). The event horizon acts like a kind of one-way
membrane, similar to the "point-of-no-return" a boat
experiences when approaching a whirlpool and reaching the point
where it is no longer possible to navigate against the flow.
Or, to look at it in a different way, within the event horizon,
space itself is falling into the black hole at a notional speed
greater than the speed of light.
<http://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/topics_blackholes_event.html>
... but as always, Yad's braindead response has absolutely nothing to
do with the question.
The real reason the "floor numbers go down as one goes up" is simply
because the bridge level, being the most important area, is usually
level 1 (or sometimes 0).
And is the slowest.
"slowest"?? .... It's all part of one ship, so all connected together.
Or are you suggesting the ship is stretching out as it travels along??
Note:- I do not recall any mention of the ship traveling into a Black
Hole in the show, but I may have missed that!!
The top of the ship is practically grazing the event horizon of a black
hole, so time is very slow there.
Why hasn't the ship been pulverized by the debris thats being sucked into the black hole?
Advanced shielding that was given by the master.
Where did The Master get this "Advanced shielding" from??

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Just materialize in any large space, then check the ceiling and
elevator to determine the floor number. If it's wrong, hop to
another large space and repeat.
A 1000 times?
If the floor number > 507, aim the TARDIS up. If floor number <
507, aim the TARDIS down.
Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
Depends how near you are to the event horizon.
What "Event Horizon", idiot??
The Event Horizon of the Black Hole
A black hole is therefore bounded by a well-defined surface or
edge known as the "event horizon", within which nothing can be
seen and nothing can escape, because the necessary escape
velocity would equal or exceed the speed of light (a physical
impossibility). The event horizon acts like a kind of one-way
membrane, similar to the "point-of-no-return" a boat
experiences when approaching a whirlpool and reaching the point
where it is no longer possible to navigate against the flow.
Or, to look at it in a different way, within the event horizon,
space itself is falling into the black hole at a notional speed
greater than the speed of light.
<http://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/topics_blackholes_event.html>
... but as always, Yad's braindead response has absolutely nothing to
do with the question.
The real reason the "floor numbers go down as one goes up" is simply
because the bridge level, being the most important area, is usually
level 1 (or sometimes 0).
And is the slowest.
"slowest"?? .... It's all part of one ship, so all connected together.
Or are you suggesting the ship is stretching out as it travels along??
Note:- I do not recall any mention of the ship traveling into a Black
Hole in the show, but I may have missed that!!
The top of the ship is practically grazing the event horizon of a black
hole, so time is very slow there.
Why hasn't the ship been pulverized by the debris thats being sucked
into the black hole?
Advanced shielding that was given by the master.
Where did The Master get this "Advanced shielding" from??
Daniel
His TARDIS
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2017-07-16 20:20:01 UTC
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Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
They appear to be numbered from bow to stern - lowest numbers at the
bow; highest numbers at the stern.
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Why do the floor numbers go down as one goes up?
They appear to be numbered from bow to stern - lowest numbers at the
bow; highest numbers at the stern.
But the ship's artificial gravity pulls everything toward the stern.
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But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The Doctor has no idea that Missy is still on the ship. The last time he
saw her, she was heading off to escape with the Master in his TARDIS. As
far as the Doctor knows, his best hope of finding her is just to explore
the universe, keeping one eye out for any signs of her.
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But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The Doctor has no idea that Missy is still on the ship. The last time he
saw her, she was heading off to escape with the Master in his TARDIS. As
far as the Doctor knows, his best hope of finding her is just to explore
the universe, keeping one eye out for any signs of her.
But the Doctor would be quite capable of HOPING that Missy had a last second change of hearts and tried to break free of the Master. Such would seem to be in his character, considering his relationship with her this year! I would therefore expect him to search Floor 507 near the elevator. If he doesn't find her, he would proceed to Floor 1056 to look for the Master's TARDIS. If he doesn't find it, he would start to search the rest of the universe.

I consider it quite possible that the Doctor WILL find Missy...the one the Master just regenerated into! He would then lock her up until her sentence is complete, then wipe her memory and plant in her the thoughts of setting up the Nethersphere and turning Earth's dead into Cybermen.
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But the Doctor will still be obligated by his Oath to recapture Missy,
dead or alive!
Do you who to look for?
???
Try again: Do you know who to look for?
Scan the Mondasian colony ship for Time Lord DNA, staring on Floor 507.
The Doctor has no idea that Missy is still on the ship. The last time he
saw her, she was heading off to escape with the Master in his TARDIS. As
far as the Doctor knows, his best hope of finding her is just to explore
the universe, keeping one eye out for any signs of her.
But the Doctor would be quite capable of HOPING that Missy had a last
second change of hearts and tried to break free of the Master. Such
would seem to be in his character, considering his relationship with her
this year! I would therefore expect him to search Floor 507 near the
elevator. If he doesn't find her, he would proceed to Floor 1056 to
look for the Master's TARDIS. If he doesn't find it, he would start to
search the rest of the universe.
I consider it quite possible that the Doctor WILL find Missy...the one
the Master just regenerated into! He would then lock her up until her
sentence is complete, then wipe her memory and plant in her the thoughts
of setting up the Nethersphere and turning Earth's dead into Cybermen.
I doubt the above.
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her
in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
He wanted to reform her. That was _why_ he sabotaged the execution in
the first place. There would be no point sabotaging it if he was just
going to keep her unreformable in stasis.
Point well taken.
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
Because he's a stupid demented old fool.
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After the Doctor botched the execution of Missy, why didn't he place her in stasis to eliminate any danger of her escaping or doing any harm?
Because he's a stupid demented old fool.
I bet that this same factor will lead the Doctor to search for Missy during the forthcoming season!
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