Most likely to steal a Type 40, huh?

The Doctor once said they never met someone who wasn’t important. Certainly true…but what if the nature or application of that importance was assessed by others? What if — and this is the really dark part — our peers actually¬†voted on what they felt someone was good or bad at, likely or unlikely to accomplish, or was in some way fated to some ridiculous outcome?

We wonder if this sort of clique behavior took place in the Time Lord Academy…

Trying out a new little game-activity, we go the old school yearbook route, and pick the “the best at”, “the worst of”, “the most likely to do (such-and-such)”. Is it juvenile and ridiculous? Of course it is. Do you expect anything better from us? Yikes, we should hope not.

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