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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JacobDudman (2020); Creator/JonathonCarley (2020)

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/PeterCapaldi (20142015); Creator/JacobDudman (2020); Creator/JonathonCarley (2020)

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** Upon meeting Albar Prentis in "Before the Flood", he straight up tells the Tivolian that "I've had dealings with your lot before.[[note]][[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E11TheGodComplex Eleven previously witnessed their reputed and insidous cowardice courtesy of Gibbis.]][[/note]] I can't say I'm a fan."


** In The Zygon Inversion, the Doctor acts like an American gameshow host (based around the fact that a town called Truth or Consequences was involved, which was named after an American radioshow.)

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** In The Zygon Inversion, the Doctor acts like an American gameshow host (based around the fact that a town called Truth or Consequences was involved, which was named after an American a radioshow.)

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* MadScientist: All the Doctor's incarnations of the Doctor are this to some degree, but this incarnation particularly is - his EstablishingCharacterMoment is using a piece of chalk to scribble equations all over the walls and floor, a habit he keeps up by having a blackboard set up in the TARDIS. He's also more prone to hare-brained schemes and even has [[Film/{{Metropolis}} Rotwang]]-style EinsteinHair towards the end of his tenure.


* RoguesGallery: Hyperions, the Family Scindia, Kali, Fractures, the Cybock Imperium, the Lady of Neverness, the Celestial Toymaker, Sea Devils, the Boneless, K2, Cybermen, Rassilon, Spyrillites, UsefulNotes/CardinalRichelieu, the Shoal of the Winter Harmony, the Flood, Fenric, the Heavenly Host, & Weeping Angels.

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* RoguesGallery: Hyperions, the Family Scindia, Kali, Fractures, the Cybock Imperium, the Lady of Neverness, the Celestial Toymaker, Sea Devils, the Boneless, K2, Cybermen, Rassilon, Spyrillites, UsefulNotes/CardinalRichelieu, the Shoal of the Winter Harmony, the Flood, Fenric, the Heavenly Host, & Weeping Angels.
Angels and the Alternate Twelfth Doctor.
* SadisticChoice: Is manipulated into this by a deranged alternate version of him, who has manipulated him, Ten and Eleven into the range of a Time War device that pulls its target into a parallel where they made a different key choice, usually in a horribly negative way: Ten leaves Wilf to die in the irradiated chamber and gives into the persona of the Time Lord Victorious, Eleven placidly kicks back in 22 April 2011 and ignores the dying reality as long as he can get his personal peace with River, and Twelve becomes a crazy hermit who refused to forgive Clara for "betraying" him. They quickly realize the device malfunctioned, since it wasn't designed to be used in the presence of more than one incarnation of the same Time Lord, and that they can short it out by making contact with their alternates. Twelve reluctantly agrees his alternate seems to be the least dangerous, and sends everyone to his location by touching him. [[EvilPlan The crazy Doctor counted on this]].


This Doctor sees rich CharacterDevelopment over the course of his adventures and overtime is shown to be capable of a deep love of many kinds. His first companion Clara Oswald, the first companion the Doctor fell in love with since Rose Tyler, became the Doctor's DistaffCounterpart; he endured 4 1/2 ''billion'' years worth of torture for her, afterwards he risked space, time, and his whole identity to save her from the grave... and he ''almost'' succeeded. He was the Doctor who truly returned the love of his most infamous wife, River Song, and had the growth to move on from her death. With Bill Potts, a teacher-pupil relationship grew into familial love reciprocated in its own ways. Finally, his relationship with his ArchEnemy The Master -- regenerated into a woman, Missy, since he last saw them -- and their mutual longing for the friendship they once knew is the story that weaves throughout all of his adventures...

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This Doctor sees rich CharacterDevelopment over the course of his adventures and overtime is shown to be capable of a deep love of many kinds. His For his first companion Clara Oswald, the first companion the Doctor fell in love with since Rose Tyler, became the Doctor's DistaffCounterpart; he endured 4 1/2 ''billion'' years worth of torture for her, and afterwards he risked space, time, and his whole identity to save her from the grave... and he ''almost'' succeeded. He was the Doctor who truly returned the love of his most infamous wife, River Song, and had the growth to move on from her death. With Bill Potts, a teacher-pupil relationship grew into familial love reciprocated in its own ways. Finally, his relationship with his ArchEnemy The Master -- regenerated into a woman, Missy, since he last saw them -- and their mutual longing for the friendship they once knew is the story that weaves throughout all of his adventures...


This Doctor sees rich CharacterDevelopment over the course of his adventures and overtime is shown to be capable of a deep love of many kinds. His first companion Clara Oswald, the first companion the Doctor fell in love with since Rose Tyler, became the closest thing the Doctor had to a [[DistaffCounterpart soulmate]]; he endured 4 1/2 ''billion'' years worth of torture for her, afterwards he risked space, time, and his whole identity to save her from the grave... and he ''almost'' succeeded. He was the Doctor who truly returned the love of his most infamous wife, River Song, and had the growth to move on from her death. With Bill Potts, a teacher-pupil relationship grew into familial love reciprocated in its own ways. Finally, his relationship with his ArchEnemy The Master -- regenerated into a woman, Missy, since he last saw them -- and their mutual longing for the friendship they once knew is the story that weaves throughout all of his adventures...

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This Doctor sees rich CharacterDevelopment over the course of his adventures and overtime is shown to be capable of a deep love of many kinds. His first companion Clara Oswald, the first companion the Doctor fell in love with since Rose Tyler, became the closest thing the Doctor had to a [[DistaffCounterpart soulmate]]; Doctor's DistaffCounterpart; he endured 4 1/2 ''billion'' years worth of torture for her, afterwards he risked space, time, and his whole identity to save her from the grave... and he ''almost'' succeeded. He was the Doctor who truly returned the love of his most infamous wife, River Song, and had the growth to move on from her death. With Bill Potts, a teacher-pupil relationship grew into familial love reciprocated in its own ways. Finally, his relationship with his ArchEnemy The Master -- regenerated into a woman, Missy, since he last saw them -- and their mutual longing for the friendship they once knew is the story that weaves throughout all of his adventures...


This Doctor sees rich CharacterDevelopment over the course of his adventures and overtime is shown to be capable of a deep love of many kinds. His first companion Clara Oswald, became the Doctor's [[DistaffCounterpart Distaf Counterpart]]; he endured 4 1/2 ''billion'' years worth of torture for her, afterwards he risked space, time, and his whole identity to save her from the grave... and he ''almost'' succeeded. He was the Doctor who truly returned the love of his most infamous wife, River Song, and had the growth to move on from her death. With Bill Potts, a teacher-pupil relationship grew into familial love reciprocated in its own ways. Finally, his relationship with his ArchEnemy The Master -- regenerated into a woman, Missy, since he last saw them -- and their mutual longing for the friendship they once knew is the story that weaves throughout all of his adventures...

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This Doctor sees rich CharacterDevelopment over the course of his adventures and overtime is shown to be capable of a deep love of many kinds. His first companion Clara Oswald, the first companion the Doctor fell in love with since Rose Tyler, became the Doctor's closest thing the Doctor had to a [[DistaffCounterpart Distaf Counterpart]]; soulmate]]; he endured 4 1/2 ''billion'' years worth of torture for her, afterwards he risked space, time, and his whole identity to save her from the grave... and he ''almost'' succeeded. He was the Doctor who truly returned the love of his most infamous wife, River Song, and had the growth to move on from her death. With Bill Potts, a teacher-pupil relationship grew into familial love reciprocated in its own ways. Finally, his relationship with his ArchEnemy The Master -- regenerated into a woman, Missy, since he last saw them -- and their mutual longing for the friendship they once knew is the story that weaves throughout all of his adventures...


This Doctor sees rich CharacterDevelopment over the course of his adventures and overtime is shown to be capable of a deep love of many kinds. His first companion Clara Oswald, the first woman the Doctor fell in love with since Rose Tyler, is arguably the only woman who ever could be considered the Doctor's [[DistaffCounterpart soulmate]]; he endured 4 1/2 ''billion'' years worth of torture for her, afterwards he risked space, time, and his whole identity to save her from the grave... and he ''almost'' succeeded. He was the Doctor who truly returned the love of his most infamous wife, River Song, and had the growth to move on from her death. With Bill Potts (a lesbian), a teacher-pupil relationship grew into familial love reciprocated in its own ways. Finally, his relationship with his ArchEnemy The Master -- regenerated into a woman, Missy, since he last saw them -- and their mutual longing for the friendship they once knew is the story that weaves throughout all of his adventures...

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This Doctor sees rich CharacterDevelopment over the course of his adventures and overtime is shown to be capable of a deep love of many kinds. His first companion Clara Oswald, the first woman the Doctor fell in love with since Rose Tyler, is arguably the only woman who ever could be considered became the Doctor's [[DistaffCounterpart soulmate]]; Distaf Counterpart]]; he endured 4 1/2 ''billion'' years worth of torture for her, afterwards he risked space, time, and his whole identity to save her from the grave... and he ''almost'' succeeded. He was the Doctor who truly returned the love of his most infamous wife, River Song, and had the growth to move on from her death. With Bill Potts (a lesbian), Potts, a teacher-pupil relationship grew into familial love reciprocated in its own ways. Finally, his relationship with his ArchEnemy The Master -- regenerated into a woman, Missy, since he last saw them -- and their mutual longing for the friendship they once knew is the story that weaves throughout all of his adventures...


* ChronicHeroSyndrome: This causes him a '''huge''' amount of grief in Series 9 and 10 -- he is determined to hold himself to helping/saving anyone he can however he can, even realizing that he has the face he does as a reminder to do so. But the subsequent consequences of such actions as helping foster a peace between humans and Zygons, feeling guilty over abandoning young Davros, saving Ashildr and making her immortal, and unintentionally inspiring Clara to develop this syndrome in herself cause him a great deal of misery, culminating in the events of "Face the Raven". Two episodes later in "Hell Bent", however, everyone learns that if he ''isn't'' working under this syndrome and just focusing on what HE wants, the results aren't pretty. Series 10 continues with this with trying to reform his long time ArchEnemy the Master / the Mistress, and regularly making huge sacrifices to try and help others. By the end of the season, he's lost ''everyone'' he cares about as a result, and is hit with such a HeroicBSOD he seriously considers just letting himself ''die'' rather than go on losing more friends and loved ones because of his inability to not help out, to do what he thinks is right, to be kind. Of course, in the end, he changes his mind after noting there's still a universe of people out there who could use help, and triumphantly urges his next incarnation to "Love hard. Run fast. Be kind", despite all the suffering it's caused him.

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* ChronicHeroSyndrome: This causes him a '''huge''' amount of grief in Series 9 and 10 -- he is determined to hold himself to helping/saving anyone he can however he can, even realizing that he has the face he does as a reminder to do so. But the subsequent consequences of such actions as helping foster a peace between humans and Zygons, feeling guilty over abandoning young Davros, saving Ashildr and making her immortal, and unintentionally inspiring Clara to develop this syndrome in herself cause him a great deal of misery, culminating in the events of "Face the Raven". Two episodes later in "Hell Bent", however, everyone learns that if he ''isn't'' working under this syndrome and just focusing on what HE wants, the results aren't pretty. Series 10 continues with this with trying to reform his long time ArchEnemy the Master / the Mistress, and regularly making huge sacrifices to try and help others. By the end of the season, he's lost ''everyone'' he cares about as a result, and is hit with such a HeroicBSOD he seriously considers just letting himself ''die'' rather than go on losing more friends and loved ones because of his inability to not help out, to do what he thinks is right, to be kind. Of course, in the end, he changes his mind after noting there's still a universe of people out there who could use help, and triumphantly urges his next incarnation to "Love "Laugh hard. Run fast. Be kind", despite all the suffering it's caused him.



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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JonathonCarley (2020)

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JacobDudman (2020); Creator/JonathonCarley (2020)

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->'''Voiced by:''' Jacob Dudman (2019-present)

In 2017, Big Finish announced they will be bringing the Twelfth Doctor into their ''Doctor Chronicles'' audio series in February 2020, with Doctor impressionist, Jake Dudman, playing the role while also narrating.



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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JonathonCarley (2020)

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