History Headscratchers / DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor

17th May '16 7:15:00 PM ultiman72
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[[folder: Is the Time Lock gone?]]
* During the "first time around", the Doctor used the Moment to seal away the Time War in a Time Lock. However, during the "second time around" we saw in this episode, the Doctor does not use the Moment, instead sealing Gallifrey away in a safe place. So since the Moment was never used, does that mean the Time Lock was written out of existence? Is the Nightmare Child, the Skaro Degradations, and everything else in the Time War now free to attack the universe unopposed by the Time Lords? And how would the events of the previous seasons remain the same since Dalek Caan gained near-omniscience by flying through the Time Lock when he wasn't supposed to? Shouldn't that event have ceased to exist now that the Time Lock never existed? Shouldn't the erasure of the Time Lock massively change everything up until this episode?
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30th Apr '16 8:04:00 AM SickBoy
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** Solved in "Time of the Doctor". [[spoiler: 11 is actually 13, counting the War Doctor and meta-crisis Doctor, but during the siege on Trenzalore the Time Lords grant him a new regeneration cycle.]]

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** Solved in "Time of the Doctor". [[spoiler: 11 is actually 13, counting the War Doctor and meta-crisis Doctor, but during the siege on Trenzalore the Time Lords grant him a new regeneration cycle.]]]] Presumably since the numbering doesn't get called attention to in-universe too much (it's mostly just a way for fans to distinguish between them), the numbering will stay the same with the names of the extra Doctors being referred to by the names above.
30th Apr '16 7:56:43 AM SickBoy
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** Solved in ''Time of the Doctor''. [[spoiler: 11 is actually 13, counting the War Doctor and meta-crisis Doctor, but during the siege on Trenzalore the Time Lords grant him a new regeneration cycle.]]

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** Solved in ''Time "Time of the Doctor''.Doctor". [[spoiler: 11 is actually 13, counting the War Doctor and meta-crisis Doctor, but during the siege on Trenzalore the Time Lords grant him a new regeneration cycle.]]
30th Apr '16 7:53:01 AM SickBoy
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** Solved in ''Time of the Doctor''. [[spoiler: 11 is actually 13, counting the War Doctor and meta-crisis Doctor, but during the siege on Trenzalore the Time Lords grant him a new regeneration cycle.]]
30th Apr '16 7:34:12 AM SickBoy
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** Oh no, I've gone cross-eyed...

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** *** Oh no, I've gone cross-eyed...
30th Apr '16 7:33:37 AM SickBoy
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** Oh no, I've gone cross-eyed...
25th Apr '16 3:15:52 AM lunayoshi
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*** ^^ Wasn't Rose the first and last face the TENTH doctor saw? The Ninth Doctor would have regenerated from the War Doctor into Nine and then flown around time and space before meeting Rose. He was seen in the photos of important historical events in the first episode of the revamped series, so he naturally should have seen other faces first. Unless you mean the Tenth Doctor in the first place.
7th Mar '16 3:12:24 PM dangerdan97
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** Depending on how charitable one is with stories, the Loch Ness Monster has been claimed to have beeen sighted since the 6th Century. What that means for the length of the Zygon presence on Earth I have no idea, but it does show that the beastie has either a tremendous lifespan or a stable gene pool to reproduce from. It's equally possible a certain backwards-thinking Time Lord established an extensive Skarasen population at some point to meet the needs of the [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E7TheZygonInvasion imminent Zygon refugee population]].
30th Dec '15 4:06:32 PM Discar
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26th Dec '15 10:25:47 AM Sharlee
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** It's explained in "The Bells Of Saint John" that Clara was preparing for a trip around the world when she'd stopped to stay with the Maitlands. (Possibly she'd wanted to experience London before she tackled farther-flung places.) Mrs. Maitland died while she was visiting, so naturally she stayed to help the children get through a loss which she, herself, had been devastated by. Taking on that burden used up all the time off from teaching that she'd arranged for her trip, which is why she was so glum about never having gone traveling when Eleven met her.

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** It's explained in "The Bells Of Saint John" that Clara was preparing for a trip around the world when she'd stopped to stay with the Maitlands. (Possibly she'd wanted to experience London before she tackled farther-flung places.) Mrs. Maitland died while she was visiting, so naturally she stayed to help the children get through a loss which she, herself, had been devastated by.by in her own childhood. Taking on that burden used up all the time off from teaching that she'd arranged for her trip, which is why she was so glum about never having gone traveling when Eleven met her.
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