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The Doctor (Contents)

Details: One incarnation of the Doctor was the product of a regeneration of an incarnation postdating the Twelfth Doctor. When encountering the "Vortex Butterfly", the Tenth Doctor was cryptically told that he would not be "limited" to "thirteen lives". (COMIC: Vortex Butterflies) When Captain Lundvik threatened to shoot him, the Twelfth Doctor speculated that he would "keep on regenerating forever" if

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Who is the Doctor

Details: "Who is the Doctor", first released in 1972, was a single performed by Jon Pertwee, arranged and written by Rupert Hine. A spoken-word song, it featured Pertwee reciting lyrics over Hine's upbeat rearrangement of the Doctor Who theme. It was the first time that one of the actors who played the Doctor recorded music having to do with Doctor Who and the first time lyrics had been set to the

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The Doctor's species

Details: The Seventh Doctor, pursued by a family of Aubertides, purchased a device to biologically transform himself into a human named John Smith, complete with a life's worth of false memories. ( PROSE: Human Nature) Later, the Tenth Doctor, pursued by the Family of Blood, used a chameleon arch to change himself into a human, again named John Smith.

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#FindTheDoctor (series) Tardis Fandom

Details: #FindTheDoctor was an Alternate Reality Game (ARG, for short) that began releasing content in late 2021 as a promotion for the forthcoming Series 13. The ultimate goal was to determine the password to a hidden page on the official Doctor Who website. Each clue held a single letter that was highlighted in some way, as well as a hint towards finding the next clue. Clue content was a mixture of

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Thirteenth Doctor

Details: The Doctor realised that the Tenctrama's process depended on them having spent the last thousand years subtly "engineering" humanity to be suitable energy sources for them, with the result that the Tenctrama would be contaminated if they absorbed anyone who had been treated with healing technology, such as a healing gel the Doctor had used.

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Doctor Who: Lockdown!

Details: Doctor Who: Lockdown! (also styled Doctor Who: LOCKDOWN!, and originally titled Who at Home) was a project founded by Emily Cook from Doctor Who Magazine who proposed the idea to Doctor Who fans as a simulcast watch-along of the show's 50th Anniversary, The Day of the Doctor, worldwide as a way to pass the time in self-isolation due to worldwide outbreak of COVID-19. The …

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Thin Ice (TV story)

Details: Thin Ice was the third episode of series 10 of Doctor Who. The events of this story follow on directly from Smile, with the TARDIS arriving in London just moments after the Doctor and Bill left the human colony planet. As was the case in Cold Blood and Kill the Moon, the Doctor shows a refusal to do anything that could drastically alter the history of Earth on his own. Instead, he makes his

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Doctor Who universe

Details: The Doctor Who universe, sometimes abbreviated "Whoniverse" or "DWU", is a term used by fans and, increasingly, the mainstream press to describe the shared fictional universe in which Doctor Who and its related spin-offs take place. The term notably does not limit itself to "the Doctor's universe" in terms of the in-universe definition of those terms, instead including the full breadth of the

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Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia

Details: Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia was a fully illustrated reference book by Jason Loborik, Annabel Gibson & Moray Laing. It covers characters featured in the series' nearly fifty years of Doctor Who, from "An Unearthly Child" airing in 1963 to The Snowmen in 2012. Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia with all 11 Doctors and more than 200 friends and foes. Meet all of the most important characters

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Title cards/Doctor Who

Details: Title cards for Doctor Who have either the episode title, writer's name or episode number superimposed over the opening title sequence or initial sequences of the episode. The following sub-sections have galleries illustrating the changes in font and format that the Doctor Who title card has gone through, from the earliest title cards where each episode had an individual title, to the 1980s

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Oswin Oswald Tardis Fandom

Details: The Doctor attempted to rescue her until he found her and discovered she was a Dalek. The Doctor explained this to Oswin, who first nearly gave in to her Dalek conditioning by attempting to exterminate the Doctor, then broke down over what she had become. Oswin fully converted into a Dalek. (TV: Asylum of the Daleks)

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The Five Doctors (TV story)

Details: The Five Doctors was the 20th Anniversary Special of Doctor Who. It was part of neither season 20 nor 21, but an original Children in Need special, presaging a connection between Doctor Who and the charity that became more regularised by Russell T Davies in the 21st century. The story featured an unprecedented four incarnations of the Doctor on-screen at once. Incumbent Peter Davison

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Fourth Doctor novels

Details: The Fourth Doctor has featured in many novels since his first appearance in 1974. In 1974, Target Books began a range of novel-length adaptations of Doctor Who television stories. This range continued until 1994. In 1994, Virgin Books began a series of novels featuring past Doctors, called the Missing Adventures. Eight of these featured the Fourth Doctor and his companions. After taking the

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Doctor Who: Missy

Details: Doctor Who: Missy, published by Titan Publishing Group, was an American comic book miniseries starring Missy, the first female incarnation of the Master. MISSY 1 …

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Doctor Who (N-Space)

Details: Doctor Who was a television series produced by the BBC in the 1960s, centering around the eponymous character known as, among other names, the Doctor. The television series eventually had many novels, CDs, and merchandise that formed part of its large multi-media franchise. Generally, it was

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Cobwebs (audio story)

Details: Cobwebs was the one hundred and thirty-sixth story in Big Finish's monthly range. It was written by Jonathan Morris and featured Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor, Sarah Sutton as Nyssa, Janet Fielding as Tegan Jovanka and Mark Strickson as Turlough. Released in 2010, it began the first season of Fifth Doctor stories for that year. It was the first new story to feature Davison, Sutton

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The Doctor (title)

Details: "The Doctor" was an ideal they held themselves to, rather than a name they truly applied to their self. When writing their memories, the Doctor would alternate between using the first person for thoughts and feelings of a personal or "un-Doctorish" nature, and the third person to talk about the actions of "the Doctor".

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The Nth Doctor Tardis

Details: The Doctor would have fled from a Gallifrey controlled by his half-brother, the Master, seeking to clear his name by returning his father, Ulysses, to the planet. Accompanying the fugitive Time Lord would also have been "Barusa" [sic], bonded to the Doctor's TARDIS after death. The series, if it were ended, would have featured a family reunion

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Four Doctors (comic story)

Details: Four Doctors was a miniseries published by Titan Comics. It served as a three-way crossover between Titan's ongoing series Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor, Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor and Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor, uniting the three Doctors and their companions, as well as marking the Titan Comics début of the War Doctor. It also featured a cameo by the Ninth Doctor and …

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The Rescue (TV story)

Details: The Rescue was the third serial of season 2 of Doctor Who. Its second episode, "Desperate Measures", was the first episode of Doctor Who to break into the top ten most-watched programmes of the week — something Doctor Who wouldn't regularly do until re-invented by BBC Wales. It remains one of the programme's highest-charting episodes, even taking into account episodes from the 2005 revival

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List of Doctor Who television stories

Details: The Ninth Doctor was portrayed by Christopher Eccleston in 2005. Beginning with series 1 of the BBC Wales-produced Doctor Who the multi-episode serial format was abandoned in favour of a mixture of standalone single-episode stories and two- (or three-) parters, in an ongoing story arc. Standard episode length changed to 45 minutes, with

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Warmonger (novel)

Details: Warmonger was the fifty-third novel in the BBC Past Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Terrance Dicks, released 6 May 2002 and featured the Fifth Doctor and Peri Brown. 1 Publisher's summary 2 Plot 3 Characters 4 References 4.1 The Doctor 4.2 Individuals 4.3 Planets 4.4 Species 4.5 Foods and beverages 5 Notes 6 Continuity 7 External links "This is High Treason, and for this you

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Terminus (TV story)

Details: Terminus was the fourth serial of season 20 of Doctor Who. It was the final regular appearance of Sarah Sutton as Nyssa, who parted company with the Doctor at the conclusion of part four. It was the second story in the Black Guardian trilogy. It featured the last appearance of a four-person regular TARDIS team on the show until 2018's The Woman Who Fell to Earth where the Thirteenth Doctor

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The Doctor's signet ring Tardis

Details: The Doctor once owned a signet ring in which was mounted a large blue crystal. The Doctor's signet ring was originally worn by the incarnations of the Doctor who were married to Patience on Gallifrey. (PROSE: Cold Fusion) In an abnormal state of history, the Doctor wore a similar ring. (PROSE: The Infinity Doctors) The First Doctor wore the ring on the middle finger of his right hand. (TV: An

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Persuasion (audio story)

Details: Persuasion was the one hundred and seventy-fifth release in Big Finish's monthly range. It was written by Jonathan Barnes and featured Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor, Tracey Childs as Elizabeth Klein, and introduced Christian Edwards as new companion Will Arrowsmith. The Umbrella Man is back. But when the Doctor recruits UNIT's Scientific Adviser Elizabeth Klein for an off-the-books

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Unnatural History (novel)

Details: Unnatural History was the twenty-third novel in the BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures series. It was written by Jonathan Blum and Kate Orman, released 7 June 1999 and featured the Eighth Doctor, Sam Jones and Fitz Kreiner. This novel explained several issues concerning Sam Jones that were introduced in Alien Bodies. "They called it the Millennium Effect", said the Doctor. "But the millennium was

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Battle TARDIS Tardis Fandom

Details: Battle TARDISes were the usual type of TARDIS used in battle. They saw use throughout Gallifreyan history, including seeing deployment to the frontline of the Last Great Time War. Contrary to the Doctor's Type 40 and other conventional TARDISes designed for time travel without the threat of attack and for scientific research and exploration missions, these TARDISes were equipped with heavy

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