Willowpaw compares Doctor Who characters to characters of Warriors.
Hello! I am Willow that Travels in TARDIS and I am a huge Dr. Who fan. I started in April on Christopher Eccleston and now am on Peter Capaldi (Season 10). So let’s begin!
(“SPOILERS!” – river song)
SPOILERS FOR DOCTOR WHO (All renewed) AND WARRIORS (pretty much all)
Rose Tyler – Sandstorm
These are two strong female characters who are both compassionate, empathetic, and brave. They both have fun in doing what they love and don’t need a man to be brave. Rose Tyler is my favorite companion because she is so brave, and her relationship with the doctor is so heartbreaking. Do we remember Doomsday? She wanted to keep traveling and having adventures, not be stuck in Pete’s World (Sorry Pete). But they always come back, don’t they? Sandstorm is like Rose in the way that they both love adventure. At Sandstorm’s parting of the ways, she was in the middle of an adventure. She lived a long life with many adventures besides Firestar. These two have a thirst for adventure but don’t forget to feel bad. In Dalek, Rose meets and was the only person to ever be compassionate for a Dalek. Sandstorm is one of the most compassionate cats in the Warriors universe. She gives in to Firestar, tired of watching him be made fun of for being a kittypet. I hope you see how that pairing is accurate!
Amy Pond – Squirrelflight1
These two redheads are feisty, brave, and overall amazing! Amelia Pond first meets the Doctor when she was seven and didn’t hesitate to run off with him. And she waited, but the Doctor didn’t come back. So she spent the rest of her life going to psychologists and hanging out with Mels and ditching Rory. But when he came back, Amy and Rory helped the Doctor save the world before running off with him. The two got married and then had more adventures before Amy found out she was pregnant. But in that time soon after she found out, she got swapped with a Ganger and her real body was trapped in Demon’s Run. Then after a long period of time, she gave birth to River Song (Melody Pond). Then she realized Mels was really River all along and River tried to kill the Doctor. She and Rory got into a big fight, but they mended. And then… PLOT TWIST! Amy and Rory get killed by Weeping Angels. Squirrelflight has a much different story. She grows up the daughter of the leader and all of a sudden the forest is being destroyed so Squirrelpaw, Brambleclaw (her lover), and a bunch of other cats who we will not name go on a journey to find new land! They come back and journey with the rest of the clans back to the lake! Squirrelflight is back in the background till… boom! She raises her sister’s kits! And shortly after, the great battle. And then she has kits of her own! Amy and Squirrelflight are both feisty and can be seen annoying. Amy is feisty, and bosses around Rory and the Doctor half of the time. Squirrelflight bosses around Brambleclaw and likes to take control of the adventure a lot. Amy is basically exactly like Squirrelflight- now proven!
You can argue all you want, but Donna and Dovewing are very alike. Let’s start out with a history of Donna. Donna appears in the TARDIS in her wedding gown with no clue who the doctor is whatsoever. But when she and the Doctor work with each other more and become friends, Donna saves the Doctor’s life. Later on, after Rose and Martha are gone, Donna sees the Doctor while investigating the sinister Adipose Industries who they stop triumphantly. Donna travels with the Doctor to Pompeii, the Ood planet, and then they team up with Martha to stop the ATMOS devices. They meet the Doctor’s daughter, Agatha Christie, then work with River Song to stop the Vashta Nerada in the Library. Then, Donna sees a fortune teller on a strange alien planet and messes up the world by changing her past and not meeting the Doctor. If it wasn’t for Rose Tyler helping Donna out, the world would basically be doomed. But then, as worlds collide, Donna is stuck in the TARDIS with only the Doctor’s hand. But when she touches it in a time of great danger, a meta-crisis Doctor forms, and Donna gets a time-lord mind. When they defeat Davros and the Daleks, the Doctor knows he has to wipe Donna’s brain. Although she knew, she was barely accepting her fate. Dovewing was always feisty from the first moment we saw her. She was brave, strong, and in the Great Battle, an amazing warrior. She and Donna are alike because they both are feisty heroines with their mind set on doing what’s right.
Thank you! That’s all for now, but please comment if you’d like to see some more! I’m planning on working on more later. Thanks!
Willow that Travels in TARDIS (aka Pondpaw)