Jack Frost Vs Dr Who

Jack Frost Vs Dr Who

Suggested by JMT via facebook

For this battle, we are using the Rise of the Guardians version of Jack Frost as he faces off against the Eleventh Doctor from the Dr Who franchise.

This fight takes place in Dublin, Ireland.

Who would win?

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66 Comments on "Jack Frost Vs Dr Who"

  1. The Imperator January 1, 2013 at 9:11 am -      #1

    Technically, the title is wrong. Doctor Who is the name of the show, which I assume Jack probably doesn’t want to fight.
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    Now, what are Jack’s feats for resisting plot shields, because the Doctor has in-universe plot shields that are used, in universe, to explain why everyone gets stupid around him. What are Jack’s combat feats? Is the Doctor allowed to use the tech in his TARDIS for anything? What do they fight with? Is is a contest to save the world?
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    If it comes down to an actual fight, the Doctor gets Venusian on Jack, or just shoots him – www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzmnPs64K74 (slight tongue in cheek here, not supposed to be taken as my actual stance)

  2. Runeblue January 1, 2013 at 10:18 am -      #2

    Maybe its jack frost vs all of dr who?
    But seriously please clarify.

  3. Private Khaos January 1, 2013 at 10:36 am -      #3

    Someone was probably drunk from celebrating New Years when they suggested this

  4. Lowk, puncher of faces January 1, 2013 at 10:53 am -      #4

    “Maybe its jack frost vs all of dr who?
    But seriously please clarify.”
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    Scenario does
    as he faces off against the Eleventh Doctor from the Dr Who franchise.

  5. The Imperator January 1, 2013 at 10:57 am -      #5

    So, I will ask again, what is the Doctor allowed to have in this fight, because he, in all honesty, can’t compete with a flying being that can control ice and stuff?

  6. Runeblue January 1, 2013 at 11:27 am -      #6

    Sorry, my bad, but clarification is needed.

  7. Shgon Dunstan January 1, 2013 at 11:40 am -      #7

    “Suggested by JMT via facebook”
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    …..Really doubt we’re getting any clarification.

  8. The Imperator January 1, 2013 at 12:29 pm -      #8

    Yeah… Alright, assuming Jack and the Doc just run into each other, Jack may freeze the Doc, but he will get out in some kind of shenanigans. Lots of running will ensue, and in the end Jack will turn out to be some kind of sill alien with technobabble powers (sounds like Scooby Doo…).
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    With them meeting, but both sides bloodthirsted, Jack takes this if the Doc has no time to prepare or anything.
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    With prep, Doc wins easily.
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    With prep and bloodthirsted, the Doc rapes Jack.

  9. Praetor Prefect (I Wear a Stetson now. Stetsons are cool) January 1, 2013 at 12:31 pm -      #9

    With the TARDIS the Doctor raepstawmps. The Sonic Screwdriver has so many features it would be nigh impossible to catalog all shown over the years. Who thought this was a good idea?

  10. Amm0vamp1r3 January 1, 2013 at 12:31 pm -      #10

    Im Go with Jack on this one,havent seen the movie but if he can freeze people that kind of gives him an edge

  11. Amm0vamp1r3 January 1, 2013 at 12:35 pm -      #11

    Well this tardis things makes me question my statement

  12. GuardianAngel1911 with Mjolnir and the Kringlesword January 1, 2013 at 1:30 pm -      #12

    Ten Bucks this was suggested while someone was watching the Christmas Special, Where the Doctor was dealing with ice based foes.
    The Doctor was able to use his Screwdriver to..fuck up the ice lady…somehow…but she was made of ice.
    Also anyone else think Jack looks kinda like Danny Phantom?

  13. GuardianAngel1911 with Mjolnir and the Kringlesword January 1, 2013 at 1:35 pm -      #13

    @Praetor
    actually the wiki does a good job of listing them all.
    I’m just going to list the ones for Eleven’s, which includes him stripping the Great Intelligence’s(Yog Sogoth’s) disguise away
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    Scanning Starship UK’s engine room to determine there was no actual engine powering the spaceship. (TV: The Beast Below)
    Scanning voting booth for memory erasing function. (TV: The Beast Below)
    As a torch with blue light. (TV: The Beast Below)
    To force a star whale to regurgitate by overloading its chaemo-receptors. (TV: The Beast Below)
    Trying (unsuccesfuly) to open the exit back into Starship UK. (TV: The Beast Below)
    Making a star whale’s voice audible to the human ear. (TV: The Beast Below)
    Amplifying an electrical beam. (TV: The Beast Below)
    Opening the chest plate of an Android’s controls. (TV: Victory of the Daleks)
    To increase a signal’s strength. (TV: The Time of Angels)
    To scan Father Octavian’s computer. (TV: The Time of Angels)
    Opening the entrance hatch of a space ship. (TV: Flesh and Stone)
    Isolating the lighting so that the Weeping Angels could not drain the power. (TV: Flesh and Stone)
    Redirecting all the power to the doors in order to open them. (TV: Flesh and Stone)
    Determining the nature of the cracks throughout time and space; which was “extremely very not good.” (TV: Flesh and Stone)
    Unsuccessfully attempting to patially undo a quantuum lock. (TV: Flesh and Stone)
    To send a signal through to Amy’s communicator to help guide her through a forest. (TV: Flesh and Stone)
    Uploading proxemity-alerting software to Amy’s communicator. (TV: Flesh and Stone)
    Simultaneously healing and analysing wounds. (TV: The Vampires of Venice)
    Blocking out the effects of perception filters. (TV: The Vampires of Venice)
    Scanning lifeforms to determine how integrated into a host body they are. (TV: Amy’s Choice)
    Scanning piles of dust for traces of people. (TV: Amy’s Choice)
    Detecting where lights are. (TV: Amy’s Choice)
    Exploding lightbulbs. (TV: Amy’s Choice)
    Breaking open padlocks. (TV: The Hungry Earth)
    Hacking into computer records. (TV: The Hungry Earth)
    Activating bio-programmed soil. (TV: The Hungry Earth)
    Dsiplaying energy barricades which are usually inivisible to the naked eye. (TV: The Hungry Earth)
    Scanning for heat signatures. (TV: Cold Blood)
    Disabling Silurian weapons. (TV: Cold Blood)
    Scanning an infection. (TV: Cold Blood)
    Locking the TARDIS doors. (TV: Cold Blood, The Doctor’s Wife)
    Opening the gate to the London Underground. (GAME: City of the Daleks)
    Opening up a discarded Dalek dome. (GAME: City of the Daleks)
    Bypassing Dalek security seals. (GAME: City of the Daleks)
    Opening up control panels in Kaalann. (GAME: City of the Daleks)
    Accessing the Visualiser eye and repowering it. (GAME: City of the Daleks)
    Tampering with the Dalek Emperor’s casing. (GAME: City of the Daleks)
    Activating a Dalek console trap. (GAME: City of the Daleks)
    Constructing a Dalek Vision Disruptor. (GAME: City of the Daleks)
    Heating water and ice. (GAME: Blood of the Cybermen)
    Giving a Cybermat a “Cyber-Migraine”. (GAME: Blood of the Cybermen)
    Distracting Cybermats. (GAME: Blood of the Cybermen)
    Fixing platform lift control panels. (GAME: Blood of the Cybermen)
    Closing and locking a door to a Cyber-conversion room. (GAME: Blood of the Cybermen)
    Unlocking Cyber-conversion unit manacles. (GAME: Blood of the Cybermen)
    Disassembling a Chronon Blocker. (GAME: TARDIS)
    Opening an electronic door. (GAME: Shadows of the Vashta Nerada)
    Activating emergency light switches. (GAME: Shadows of the Vashta Nerada)
    Turning on the lights inside a generator. (GAME: Shadows of the Vashta Nerada)
    On the right “prozatic setting”, can stun any creature; however, because the Doctor couldn’t see the Krafayis, he couldn’t get the seting right and ended up pleasing the creature instead. (TV: Vincent and the Doctor)
    Opening the door to a time ship. (TV: The Lodger)
    Unsuccesfuuly attempting to free Sophie’s hand from the time ship console. (TV: The Lodger)
    Changing a hologram between its different forms. (TV: The Lodger)
    Scanning Stonehenge. (TV: The Pandorica Opens)
    Lighting flaming torches. (TV: The Pandorica Opens)
    Helping trace who is receiving the Pandorica’s summons. (TV: The Pandorica Opens)
    Scrambling a Cyberarm’s circuits. (TV: The Pandorica Opens)
    Scanning the Pandorica. (TV: The Pandorica Opens)
    To open, close and lock the Pandorica. (TV: The Big Bang)
    Amplifying a satellite dish to scan for an exploding TARDIS. (TV: The Big Bang)
    Scanning a vortex manipulator to see if it was wired into something. (TV: The Big Bang)
    Giving orders to androids. (WC: The War of Art)
    To reconfigure the binaries in the TARDIS. (GAME: Evacuation Earth)
    Heating up a teapot. (WC: Snowfall)
    To confirm the isomorphic nature of a control panel. (TV: A Christmas Carol)
    As a lure to attract a Sky fish. (TV: A Christmas Carol)
    Attempting self-reconstruction via signalling its other half; faild and left behind by the Doctor to be replaced by a similar sonic screwdriver. (TV: A Christmas Carol)
    Transmitting Abigail’s singing from one broken segment to the other to open the cloud belt. (TV: A Christmas Carol)
    Scanning boxes of stolen NASA equipment to confirm that they just what they look like. (TV: The Impossible Astronaut)
    Unlocking the door to Melody’s room. (TV: Day of the Moon)
    Scanning a spacesuit. (TV: Day of the Moon)
    Confirming if a nanorecorder was on telepathic transmission or a replay. (TV: Day of the Moon)
    Unlocking Amy’s restraints. (TV: Day of the Moon)
    Stunning the Silence. (TV: Day of the Moon)
    Protecting two versions of Rory Williams from falling victim to the Blinovitch Limitation Effect (PROSE: Touched by an Angel)
    Determining that the Siren used reflections to appear by scanning the hat of a pirate who was taken. (TV: The Curse of the Black Spot)
    Confirming the nature of an alien life-support system. (TV: The Curse of the Black Spot)
    Locking the TARDIS. (TV: The Doctor’s Wife)
    Scanning for Hypercube transmissions to locate their source. (TV: The Doctor’s Wife)
    Confirming how long Idris’s body has before the TARDIS Matrix causes it to die. (TV: The Doctor’s Wife)
    Scanning the Flesh. (TV: The Rebel Flesh)
    Unlocking a grating. (TV: The Almost People)
    Locking a grating into place. (TV: The Almost People)
    Detecting differences between Gangers and humans (TV: The Almost People)
    Dissolving Gangers. (TV: The Almost People)
    Closing doors inside a Cyber Ship. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War)
    Damaging a Cyber Ship. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War)
    Opening doors on Demon’s Run. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War)
    Detecting if a person was fatally wounded. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War)
    Disabling a force field. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War)
    Disarming Melody Pond. (TV: Let’s Kill Hitler)
    Hailing the Eleventh Doctor’s sonic cane. (TV: Let’s Kill Hitler)
    Disabling privileges from the Teselecta’s crew. (TV: Let’s Kill Hitler)
    Activating George’s toys. (TV: Night Terrors)
    Scanning for monsters and how powerful they were. (TV: Night Terrors)
    Detaching the view glass from the visitation facility. (TV: The Girl Who Waited)
    Augmenting the view glass to work disconnected. (TV: The Girl Who Waited)
    Locking on to Amy’s timestream. (TV: The Girl Who Waited)
    Amplifying the Sonic Probe. (TV: The Girl Who Waited)
    Stunning the Rutan Lady Winters. (GAME: The Gunpowder Plot)
    Scanning dimensional lesions. (GAME: The Gunpowder Plot)
    Igniting a cannon. (GAME: The Gunpowder Plot)
    Creating a high pitched noise to get attention. (TV: The God Complex)
    Scanning the deceased to determine what caused death (later revealed to be the removal of faith) with no success. (TV; The God Complex)
    Opening a fake door. (TV: The God Complex)
    As a microphone. (TV: The God Complex)
    Switching off CCTV monitors. (TV: The God Complex)
    Detecting electrical interference. (TV: Closing Time)
    Confirming increased Sulfur emissions. (TV: Closing Time)
    Scanning for lifesigns. (TV: Closing Time)
    Repairing and activating a lift. (TV: Closing Time)
    Fusing the controls of a Cyberman teleporter. (TV: Closing Time)
    Overloading/imploding a Cybermat; unfortunately wiping its memory in the process. (TV: Closing Time)
    Repairing the controls of a Cyberman teleporter and using it. (TV: Closing Time (TV story))
    Taking apart a Supreme Dalek. (TV: The Wedding of River Song)
    Scanning a Dalek’s database for information, specificly anything his oldest enemies knew about the Silence. (TV: The Wedding of River Song)
    Freezing the Teselecta in place; this caused sparks to fly inside of it. (TV: The Wedding of River Song)
    Scanning a Headless Monk head box to confirm its contents. (TV: The Wedding of River Song)
    Sealing the trapdoor that Gantok fell down, out of fear of the carneverous skulls. (TV: The Wedding of River Song)
    Scanning Albert Einstein’s liquid to determine if it was the ingredient he thought he needed to make a time machine. (TV: Death Is the Only Answer)
    Used to help with rewiring the TARDIS; he told Lilly it was because the light in his “wardrobe” wasn’t working, claiming it was the reason he dressed as he did. (TV: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe)
    Scanning the lifeforce transference crown. (TV: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe)
    Setting the TARDIS on its “adventure setting”. (TV: Gold as Gold)
    Destroying a Weeping Angel. (TV: Good as Gold)
    Reversing a friction amper. (COMIC: The Cornucopia Caper )
    Destroying the Star of Solitude. (COMIC: The Cornucopia Caper)
    Deleting an answering machine message from the phone the message was made from. (WC: Pond Life)
    Activating the reverse in a badly damaged, insane Dalek’s casing to send it into other insane Daleks (as it was going to self-destruct). (TV: Asylum of the Daleks)
    Taking apart the device emitting the Silurian Ark’s signal, and activating it upon placing it in Solomon’s ship. (TV: Dinosaurs on a Spaceship)
    Scanning a load of rocks and wood, determining that they were just that. (TV: A Town Called Mercy)
    Determining how far ahead Mercy’s electicity was in the timeline. (TV: A Town Called Mercy)
    Turning off the defense system of Kahler-Jex’s ship. (TV: A Town Called Mercy)
    Creating a sound loud enough to distract Kahler-Tek to allow the Doctor’s escape. (TV: A Town Called Mercy)
    Disabling the android the Shakri put on Earth to control the Cubes. (TV: The Power of Three)
    Reversing the Shakri’s programming of the cubes to jump-start the hearts of the humans they previously stopped. (TV: The Power of Three)
    Scanning a Weeping Angel. (TV: The Angels Take Manhattan)
    Overloading a lightbulb, creating a blinding light, to act as a distraction to escape the Angels. (TV: The Angels Take Manhattan)
    Locking a door in the Great Intelligence Institute office (TV: The Snowmen)
    Scanning a frozen pond (TV: The Snowmen)
    Melting the Ice Governess using the new anti-freeze setting (TV: The Snowmen)
    Scanning the melted Ice Governess to make sure she’s gone and draining through the carpet (TV: The Snowmen)
    Trying but failing to melt the Ice Governess again once she came back (TV: The Snowmen)
    The Doctor used it on the Ice Governess while she was locked on the stairs (for unclear reasons) and then pointed it at Vastra when she commented that he was “enjoying this.” (TV: The Snowmen)
    Getting rid of the shield that was blocking the Ice Governess and putting a new one behind the Doctor and Clara (TV: The Snowmen)
    Seemingly adding an extra layer of super dense water vapor to keep the Ice Governess “trapped for the moment” (TV: The Snowmen)
    Scanning pieces of what used to be the Ice Governess (TV: The Snowmen)
    Stripping away the disguise of the Great Intelligence (TV: The Snowmen)

  14. Gluttonous-Behemoth January 1, 2013 at 2:33 pm -      #14

    Wat.

  15. DragonRebornSTOMP January 1, 2013 at 4:33 pm -      #15

    Like he said. Nigh impossible.

  16. GuardianAngel1911 with Mjolnir and the Kringlesword January 1, 2013 at 4:36 pm -      #16

    and that’s only Eleven’s sonic

  17. Envoy January 1, 2013 at 4:54 pm -      #17

    Can the Doc even see Jack?

  18. PeteSkizzle January 1, 2013 at 4:57 pm -      #18

    I believe the Eleventh Doctor stomps. Not sure though.
    Anyone else wanna see a The Dark Knight Rises vs The Avengers?

  19. GuardianAngel1911 with Mjolnir and the Kringlesword January 1, 2013 at 4:57 pm -      #19

    Don’t see why he couldn’t

  20. Commander Cross January 1, 2013 at 5:04 pm -      #20

    @Admiral Envoy at #17

    The Doc’s not Vanilla Humanoid, so there’s no reason why he can’t.

    @PeteSkizzle at #18

    For which movie is the better movie from last year, right?

    @Admiral GA at #19

    Not to sound like Scott Pilgrim or any of the Doctor’s associates trying to contact him, but you’re needed on set if that’s okay!

  21. Praetor Prefect (I Wear a Stetson now. Stetsons are cool) January 1, 2013 at 6:12 pm -      #21

    @GA
    Wow…that must’ve took alot of ctrl+c, or you’re really obsessive.

  22. GuardianAngel1911 with Mjolnir and the Kringlesword January 1, 2013 at 6:14 pm -      #22

    @Praetor
    actually their itemized on the page so I just had to highlight the list

  23. PrimusxPilus January 1, 2013 at 6:49 pm -      #23

    @match
    Dafuq?

  24. PeteSkizzle January 1, 2013 at 6:52 pm -      #24

    @CC: Yeah. IMO it’s TDKR but…

  25. Runeblue January 1, 2013 at 7:27 pm -      #25

    So if no-one has feats for Jack it is agreed
    No-prep=The snow cone takes
    Prep= Doc rape stomp

    Any disagreements?

  26. Aelfinn January 1, 2013 at 7:38 pm -      #26

    “No-prep=The snow cone takes”
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    Even that’s not a guarantee, seeing as how the screwdriver can break up ice.

  27. Soulerous January 1, 2013 at 8:05 pm -      #27

    Jack Frost vs The Doctor. What’s to stop the Dreamworks Guardian from simply freezing him solid?
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    This appears to be a classic, default fight. No prep time, no TARDIS, no interference, just two guys fighting to the death. One of them can fly, has significant powers over frost and cold, and may or may not be visible to a Time Lord. And the other is a charismatic genius with no weapons save vast knowledge and a Sonic Screwdriver.
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    I like the Doctor as much as anyone, but I don’t see how he can counter being frozen by a giant beam of superfreeze. Jack Frost has a much greater travel speed, as well. With time to make use of all his knowledge, of course the Doctor would win. That… is not what this is, though.
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    This is a straight-up fight, and one that I think the Eleventh Doctor loses.

  28. The Imperator January 1, 2013 at 8:17 pm -      #28

    @Soulerous: Canon plot-shields mean he pretty much has an in-universe aura that makes people just want to talk to him, even if they want to kill him. And that gives him time to think.

  29. Lowk, puncher of faces January 1, 2013 at 9:41 pm -      #29

    “Canon plot-shields mean he pretty much has an in-universe aura that makes people just want to talk to him, even if they want to kill him.”
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    Wait, you can’t talk to someone while your trying to kill them. Has someone told the egomaniacal serial killers in fiction this?

  30. Lowk, puncher of faces January 1, 2013 at 9:49 pm -      #30

    Didn’t see the movie, found this though.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0bCCmy2-Cw
    Flight, control over cold, freezes things solid.
    Seems to me that in a straight up fight Jack should be able to take this.

  31. Amm0vamp1r3 January 1, 2013 at 9:49 pm -      #31

    Yea i wanted to ask about this,is this “plot shield” thing an actual named power like vampire hunter Ds aura or is this the plot device every protagonist/antagonist has?

  32. GuardianAngel1911 with Mjolnir and the Kringlesword January 1, 2013 at 9:58 pm -      #32
  33. The Imperator January 1, 2013 at 9:58 pm -      #33

    The Doctor’s “plot-shields”
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    “You think this guy can talk his way from a detention cell to the captain’s chair on any given starship in under twenty-five minutes because he’s cute? You’ve seen the pictures. He’s not big on cute! According to every report we’ve got, he come across as erratic, arrogant, rude, reckless, and quite possibly insane. So you’ve got to start wondering why any military outfit he comes in contact with hands him the keys to the gun cupboard, not to mention supreme command, before they’ve even cleared him of the murder they’ve usually just arrested him for.

    Why? Understand this. The Doctor is not a person in any sense we understand. He is what I like to call a CSTE – a Complex Space-Time Event. In fact, I believe he is the most complex space-time event there has ever been anywhere. And like all such events he cannot easily be studied because his very presence alters the way you think.

    Consider: this man has telepathic abilities that can automatically translate every language in the Universe – not only for himself but for all those in his immediate company. Each of his so-called companions seems to have wandered the universe in the happy belief that the entire cosmos speaks their language and, somehow, not considered this even mildly suprising. The conclusion is inescapable. He not only translates for those around him but he also uses the same remote telepathic control to suppress any curiosity on the point.

    Consider also: if he routinely alters our perceptions to this degree, how else are we misled?”
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    “He smiled again, but it was a sad kind of smile this time. “Lets just say I’m a doctor of history.”

    She smirked, in a way exactly calculated to inform people when they are being pretentious. “You mean you study it.”

    “I mean I make it better.” And he held her look. Funny thing about those eyes….

    For a giddy, plunging moment she believed him. She knew he really needed the book, knew that she could trust him absolutely, knew that lives hung in the balance and only this improbable-looking music-hall reject could make a difference. She found herself reaching to punch in the authorization codes and the complex protocols that would pluck the book from it’s shelf half a world away, suck it through a HyperTube, and thump it down on the desk in front of her. As her fingers flickered over the sensor pad, she only hoped it wasn’t too late, prayed she hadn’t cost this strange little man too much time….”
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    Both are from the story “Continuity Errors,” by Moffat. Also, the Angels in Flesh and Stone/Time of Angels think that the Doctor is a complex enough space/time event to close the cracks in time, and Moffat wrote that story. So there is a connection.
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    “Sabbath shrugged graciously. “You know, Doctor, even allowing for the, ah, unique circumstances of your last near-death experience, it’s extraordinary how often you’re plucked out of trouble at the last minute.”

    “Is it?”

    “Rescuers turn up. Weapons jam. Your companions, who, if you will forgive me, don’t strike me as more than usually competent, save the day. Buildings explode immediately after you find the way out. Cities fall just as the TARDIS dematerialises.”

    “Exaggerated reports, I assure you.”

    “Electrical currents short-circuit. Evil masterminds make foolish errors. If you fall out of a window, there’s something to catch you. If you’re drowning, a spar floats by. You find your way unsinged out of burning houses.”

    “Where do you get all this stuff? I don’t remember half of it.”

    “You survive alien mind probes that would boil the average brain in it’s skull. You are dug unharmed from beneath fallen rubble. No one ever shoots you in the head. Deadly drugs turn out not to affect you. Villains tie you up too loosely, and hide-bound tyrants convictions falter at your rhetoric. In short,” Sabbath finished smoothly, “in your presence, the odds collapse.””
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    Through a long series of complicated events, the Sabbath picked up the Doctor’s plot shields.
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    “”Disaster flies at you,” said Sabbath, “and then, suddenly, it swerves aside. As if it encountered a force field.””
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    “”You’re not going to….You’re not planning to keep on until the ball goes through the wall, are you?”

    “Well,” said the Doctor, “I thought I might.”

    “You’re going to stand here for zillions of years?”

    “That wouldn’t work. I’d be long dead.”

    “Well, you’ll be long dead before the odds come up anyway, wont you? Not to mention me. Not to mention probably the whole universe.”

    “Mm.” Thump. Thwack. Pause. “We’ve talked about probability.”

    “Yeah. Well, you have. I’ve listened mostly.”

    “Well, as long as probability is functioning, then yes, both of us will likely be long dead before this ball could ever go through the wall. We can’t physically wait long enough for the odds to come up. But if the wave function collapses, if “long enough” becomes “now”….”

    “But what could make that happen?”

    “That’s the question.”

    Fitz looked closely at the Doctor’s face, trying to discern whether he was having him on. The Doctor turned to meet his gaze. His eyes had that flat, faraway look that always gave Fitz a tiny shiver.

    “Well,” Fitz said, “I’ll leave you to it.”

    The Doctor nodded and turned back to the ball. Fitz returned to the kitchen.

    Thump. Thwack. Pause.

    “But if the wave function collapses….” The Doctor murmured.

    The ball went through the wall.

    “Ouch!” said Fitz.”
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    The Doctor tests to see if him believing something can make it happen. It does.
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    All from the novel Camera Obscura, but characters are referenced in multiple audios.
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    On top of that, the Doctor has two Q-esque beings working in universe to help him along, Time and Life. Now, while they won’t be in this battle, it is just interesting that he actually has plot shields.

  34. The Imperator January 1, 2013 at 10:49 pm -      #34

    I’m not arguing that the Doctor will pull out a win just because of those quotes, I’m just saying if both sides act in character, the Doctor has a chance. If, however, it is a no-prep time, bloodlusted battle, the Doctor loses.

  35. Amm0vamp1r3 January 2, 2013 at 12:00 am -      #35

    So it is an in ‘verse power of his
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    It is a no prep,not bloodlusted battle,so who takes it there?

  36. JMT January 2, 2013 at 2:01 am -      #36

    Hi, JMT here with clarification.

    Doctor has 3 minutes prep time.

    Bloodlust.

  37. Amm0vamp1r3 January 2, 2013 at 2:06 am -      #37

    So with that being said im guessing he stomps and the match is over?

  38. GuardianAngel1911 with Mjolnir and the Kringlesword January 2, 2013 at 2:14 am -      #38

    I don’t even want to think of what the Doctor could do bloodlusted with preptime

  39. Amm0vamp1r3 January 2, 2013 at 2:52 am -      #39

    So this match went from a stomp for Frost to a stomp for the doctor.
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    Its inspired but i dont think this one was a good one from the beginning,Jack isnt hax enought for the who

  40. The Imperator January 2, 2013 at 8:17 am -      #40

    *Facepalm* The Doctor, with prep, has a means putting time loops around stuff with his TARDIS. He has a device that suppresses/gets rid of magic. He has weapons. He has the ablity to look into the Time Vortex like Rose did. Don’t give the Doctor prep.

  41. Envoy January 2, 2013 at 8:28 am -      #41

    “The Doc’s not Vanilla Humanoid, so there’s no reason why he can’t.”
    +
    The only peeps who could see him were the other physical spirits, the Guardians, and kids who he….influenced.
    +
    It looked like low level mind control to me, I didn’t like this movie.

  42. JMT January 2, 2013 at 11:33 am -      #42

    Y’all do realize I’m giving the Doctor literally 3 minutes in the TARDIS to prep, right? I don’t think 11 could pull out just the right weapon to curbstomp Jack.

  43. GuardianAngel1911 with Mjolnir and the Kringlesword January 2, 2013 at 12:07 pm -      #43

    you do realize this is the Doctor your talking about.

  44. Runeblue January 2, 2013 at 9:48 pm -      #44

    You obviously don’t know much about the Doctor, do you?

  45. Runeblue January 2, 2013 at 9:49 pm -      #45

    @ JMT

  46. Soulerous January 4, 2013 at 4:44 pm -      #46

    Even a little prep time often makes a huge difference for the Doctor because he is very knowledgeable about the universe he lives in and knows how to use technology and people’s own personalities against them. And there’s also that very interesting mind-altering field around him.
    ~
    But on the other hand, he knows very little about this Jack Frost. And he’s only got three minutes. And Jack only needs to point and shoot when it comes down to it.
    ~
    I’m sure 11 could delay him, talk to him, etc. Maybe he could manage to spring a makeshift trap with what there is to be found in Dublin. But I doubt it. I think it’s more likely for Jack to manage to successfully make the one full action he needs to win, even after the Doctor has looked up clips of him on youtube for three minutes. There’s not much of the movie on there anyway. Mostly bad AMV’s.
    ~
    And could 11 see Jack after all? He wasn’t able to see that rhino-bird-whatever that Vincent van Gogh was fighting without using the mirror trick. I think Jack is probably invisible for this fight.

  47. The Imperator January 4, 2013 at 6:19 pm -      #47

    If Jack is invisible, then this fight is pointless. It is not a fight anymore, but turns into “How long does it take Jack to freeze a random person.”

  48. PrimusxPilus January 4, 2013 at 6:32 pm -      #48

    Idk either character but from what i’ve read doesn’t the doctor have hax prep that would make even Batman jealous? Three minutes should let him know he’s fighting an invisible foe by reading a wiki (somebody mentioned YouTube so i’m assuming his tardis thing has internet. what is that btw) or something, then mcguyver something with that super tool

  49. Dr. Doctor January 6, 2013 at 10:52 pm -      #49

    “(somebody mentioned YouTube so i’m assuming his tardis thing has internet. what is that btw)”
    “Time and Relative Dimensions in Space”, the TARDIS is the Doctor’s time machine. The question now becomes, “Three minutes Jack’s Time, or three minutes Doctor’s Time (in the TARDIS)”
    If he wanted to be a dick, he could just go any amount of time into the past in one minute in the TARDIS.

  50. Soulerous January 8, 2013 at 12:41 am -      #50

    JMT said nothing about a fixed time for the start of the battle. The Doctor gets three minutes of his own time, whether he travels to the past or not.
    ~
    100 fights says invisible Jack Frost wins most if not all of them.

  51. GuardianAngel1911 with Mjolnir and Gungnir January 21, 2013 at 6:44 pm -      #51

    just thought I’d post a couple quotes.
    “Hello Stonehenge! Who takes the Pandorica, takes the universe! But, bad news everyone, ’cause guess who! HAH! You lot, you’re all whizzing about, it’s very distracting. Could you all stay still for a moment, because I! AM! TALKING! Now the question of the hour is who’s got the Pandorica. Answer: I do. Next question: who’s coming to take it from me? Come onnnnnn! Look at me, no plan, no backup, no weapons worth a damn. Oh, and something else: I don’t have anything. To. Lose. So! If you’re sitting up there in your silly little spaceships with all your silly little guns, and you’ve got any plans on taking the Pandorica, tonight, just remember who’s standing in your way. Remember every black day I ever stopped you. And then, AND THEN, do the smart thing. Let someone else try first.”
    The Eleventh Doctor, Pandorica Opens talking to every single race capable of wiping the little blue marble called earth away like a speck of dust. And just to convince him they weren’t in on the Pandorica together they had to fake running away. There was nothing stopping them from blasting him into dust but they didn’t.
    ————–
    describing the contents of the Pandorica
    “There was a goblin. Or a trickster, or a warrior. A nameless, terrible thing, soaked in the blood of a billion galaxies. The most feared being in all the cosmos. Nothing could stop it, or hold it, or reason with it – one day it would just drop out of the sky and tear down your world.” The Eleventh Doctor, Pandorica Opens.

  52. Darth Kung Pow Enter the Sith Maul April 27, 2013 at 8:53 pm -      #52

    yeah after the latest episode….the Doctor lets Jack in the TARDIS….the TARDIS rapes him. That’s all I can say to describe what the TARDIS will do. 3 minutes of prep makes the TARDIS an infinite labyrinth of death chaos and mind rapiness….also it has an eye of harmony….

  53. Amm0vamp1r3 April 27, 2013 at 8:59 pm -      #53

    Wasn’t it already decided that Dr.Who wins?
    -
    But there was invisible jack thing so idk

  54. Soulerous April 27, 2013 at 9:05 pm -      #54

    Yes, invisible Jack. Who can fly. Trying to to point and freeze someone solid. Again as above, 100 fights says invisible Jack Frost wins most if not all of them..

  55. Darth Kung Pow Enter the Sith Maul April 27, 2013 at 9:12 pm -      #55

    except the Doctor starts in the TARDIS, 3 minutes and again, infinite labyrinth of death, eye of harmony that can destroy people by no longer viewing them thus causing them to no longer exist in the timestream…..or just the TARDIS mind rapes Jack to death by trapping him in the same room for the rest of eternity.

  56. Tenno Lowk April 27, 2013 at 9:23 pm -      #56

    Yeah giving the Doctor prep time in a Tradis is generally a bad idea.
    Without that the stomp goes the other way.

  57. Darth Kung Pow Enter the Sith Maul April 27, 2013 at 9:30 pm -      #57

    yeah, tonight showed it can basically completely change it’s landscape in instants, and again, trap someone in the same spot incapable of escaping no matter what. That would be an incapacitation.

  58. Amm0vamp1r3 April 27, 2013 at 9:32 pm -      #58

    Ok with the Tardis does Jack have to enter it?

  59. Darth Kung Pow Enter the Sith Maul April 27, 2013 at 9:35 pm -      #59

    If the Doctor just opens the door and waits, yes, and the Tardis is even capable of having a time shift deal….well not really, the Doctor said it’s like a light switch so even if he’s in the main control room with the Doctor the Doctor and him aren’t in the same room…sort of…it’s….I’d need the clip to explain. But nothing said the Doctor has to exit the Tardis…or that Jack isn’t allowed to go in if the door is open.

  60. Soulerous April 27, 2013 at 9:36 pm -      #60

    The Doctor does not get the TARDIS. He gets three minutes to prepare himself in the TARDIS. Then it’s a fight between him and Jack, not a game of “In how many ways can I use my trans-dimensional time ship to fry this invisible person?”

  61. Darth Kung Pow Enter the Sith Maul April 27, 2013 at 9:38 pm -      #61

    he never said the Doctor has to leave or that the TARDIS wasn’t on the battlefield or allowed to be used. the TARDIS is equipment that was given to the Doctor.

  62. Amm0vamp1r3 April 27, 2013 at 9:42 pm -      #62

    So Jack doesn’t have to go in the darkness it would just end up as a waiting game with the Doctor standing around waiting on something he can’t see
    -
    Nice

  63. Soulerous April 27, 2013 at 10:21 pm -      #63

    he never said the Doctor has to leave or that the TARDIS wasn’t on the battlefield or allowed to be used. the TARDIS is equipment that was given to the Doctor.
    -Nope. The TARDIS is sentient and outside help, and either way it would still be included in this fight only if it were specified, which it is not. Only 3 minutes of prep time is specified.

  64. Tsubodai May 11, 2013 at 4:00 pm -      #64

    Time for me to wrap this us. The doctor uses the TARDIS to visit the shadow proclamation (or some other not actively belligerent super advanced race), and lets them scan his ship. That takes 45 seconds.
    -
    Then, he says to them “Give me your best planet-busting weapons you have on hand and a small getaway ship, and i’ll let you study this thing to your heart’s content. Otherwise, i’ll use it’s planet towing capabilities to drag your base to the ends of the universe. One piece to each end.”
    They shit their pants and give him what he wants.
    -
    105 more seconds have passed. With the remaining 30 seconds he travels back to Earth and gets out of the Tardis with his escape pod and planet buster, setting the Tardis to pick him up in three minutes, wherever he happens to be. He puts the planet buster on the ground, and sets it to go off in 15 seconds. Then he hops into the escape pod and launches off. 15 seconds after the match starts, the Earth explodes taking jack frost with it.

  65. Soulerous May 12, 2013 at 12:16 am -      #65

    The doctor uses the TARDIS to visit the shadow proclamation
    -Negative. That’s outside help.
    ~
    105 more seconds have passed.
    -It would take much more time than that. Not that I have to argue that anyway, as the whole scenario is against the rules. This is the Doctor vs Jack Frost. Nothing more, nothing less. Unfortunately, it is terribly mismatched and Jack stomps.

  66. TheRedEclipse May 19, 2013 at 6:13 pm -      #66

    Jack gets his frosty ass handed to him. Doctor’s mind has kicked the ass of a planet God. Doctor stomps. Easy.

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