I'm loving the bearded Jacobi - I'd loved to have seen more of his Master on TV BTW, it doesn't necessarily have to be Romana - Big Finish have never done anything set in the Time War proper, just the outskirts - so perhaps she was deposed fairly early in the war, and your (quite frankly fantastic) picture is canonical after all?
I absolutely love this image, let me just say that. It's perfection. But, and I hate to be that guy, even though Derek Jacobi is awesome and he's a great Master and seeing him here as a young Master in the Time War is brilliant, it's stated in 'Utopia' that the Master, after he fled the Time War, was found as a small boy. This means at some point after fleeing the War, he regenerated whilst using the Chameleon Arch.
First, thank you for loving my work, but it is not perfection. Also Romana should be president around this time period not Rasilon, but if it were all accurate, the image wouldn't be anywhere near as cool I don't think
Ohhh, I disagree. I know my Who fairly well, and I don't really take on board fan theories. We know that the Jacobi Master was resurrected for the War, as was Rassilon, and that the War Doctor fought in the war. There's no official information on precisely what the overlap of various characters were, but given Rassilon's familiarity with both the Master and the Doctor in The End of Time, it's certainly not unreasonable to assume that the pair acted for Rassilon. We have no real information of what happened to Romana during the war, nor Leela, but again, there's nothing to suggest that Leela never fought in the war.
In truth, I've always felt that Romana instigated the resurrection program with the intention of bringing Rassilon back, and he drafted in a "00" section, if you like (see what I did there? ). I think that his "00" agents would have been renegade Time Lords - the Master, the Doctor...possibly the War Chief was resurrected. The Rani helping to devise weapons. The Monk may even have been brought in as an advisor, given that he has a great familiarity with changing time (or attempting to).
So, from my readings, your poster is fine. We don't know how long the war went on for (and a friend of mine pointed out that Time Lords could have aged centuries while mere seconds of the war passed...we are talking a time war, after all), so the ages of the characters are speculative as well.
Nope, within my continuity, and based on the information we've been presented, your work is fine . And it looks great as well