|Part of a Doctor Who concept that's finally been pieced together after several months of work.|
Story Concept: The Doctor's Daughters-The Doctor's Daughters: Story Concept and Plot-Story Concept: The Doctor's Daughters by MissNessarose
Before I get started, there's a couple of generic things that follow through the story, so I'll take a moment to explain those.
-All of the girls have names so it's easier to identify and tell them apart. I also did NOT just want to call her the "Daughter" and thought she would need a name. The name is different for each regeneration, and it's not chosen but really just "comes" to her and the Doctor. This is the name she goes by.
-The first Daughter is a timelady, and is, in fact, biologically, the Doctor's Daughter. She does regenerate [hence the different looks and such], but the concept I have for that is a bit different.
-The other eleven girls [if we go to up to the new twelfth doctor] are all regenerations of that first, alike the idea that the Doctors are all regenerations of the First Doctor.
-While talking of the Daughter's regeneration, there's a key point: once every regeneration, she'll get in a serious situation [against a f
Full List-Black Butler OC's[Demons]:Full List-Black Butler OC's by MissNessarose
-Ciel x Sebastian-
-Elegant, cunning, has an occasional desire for mischief
-Black hair, grey eyes
-January 12, Capricorn
-Hot-tempered and solitary, has a passion for books over parties and socialization
-Black hair, red eyes
-September 25, Libra
-A bit of a tomboy with a love for the outdoors
-Black hair, red eyes
-May 9, Taurus
-Alois x Claude-
-Typically fancy and more girly, enjoys fashion and lavish parties
-Blonde hair, blue eyes
-March 15, Pisces
-More prissy and uptight than the other males, and sometimes they tease him about it. Sarcastic and harsh at times.
-Blonde hair, gold eyes
-June 5, Gemini
-Dark and quiet, stern and serious, but still innocent. Deceiving around strangers.
-Black hair, gold eyes
-December 27, Capricorn
-Grell x William-
-Brash and harsh for a girl, a tomboy--but more offensively and unacceptably so--but still takes pride in her looks.