The Doctor is afraid that he will lose her. Of course in the same way as he lost his other companions, yes. Death or desertion or what-not. He has that fear with anyone who accompanies him on the TARDIS. But most of all, the Doctor is afraid he will lose her trust, and her love for him. He doesn’t quite see himself the same way she does, as some wonderfully kind and adorable alien who does things for the good of everyone. He sees himself as a murderer, a criminal and, at the best of times, a cold-hearted villain trying to right his past wrongs.
He is afraid that while Pandora may be there beside him physically, she will run as far away from him as she can in spirit.
XD Oh god, that guff kills me.
A Town Called Mercy v.s. The Doctor’s Daughter
Rule 1: The Doctor lies.
Send me a ✖ and I will give you a fear that my character has in dealing with yours.
I have no control over what my muse does.
Mun: Really, you shouldn’t be doing that…
”Ohh… hello there, sir.. I know you, don’t I.. hmm. Why do I know you, better yet, why don’t I know you.. or do I? Wait, damn, I’m sorry.. hello. I’m The Paragon.”
“You might know me and not know me at the same time. It happens, you know - complex time lines, all that sort of thing. I’m the Doctor!”
"Morning, Doctor." Pandora said quietly, poking her head into his bedroom. They hadn't spoken since they jet the ship into space after their kiss. "Uh. I brought you tea."
The Doctor was already up and about, preoccupied in cleaning out his fez of cat hair. At the sound of Pandora’s voice, he looked up, seemingly bewildered by the time of day.
“Oh hello! Tea. Love tea. Thank you, Pandora.”
‘✈’ ‘❤ ❤❤❤❤
// IDK BUT IM NICE AND I CAN TELL JOKES!???
(HMMMMMMM SOUNDS LIKE U R COOL ENOUGH)