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Death Comes to Time was intended to lead into a new series following Time Lord the Minister of Chance, voiced by Creator/StephenFry. A longer ''Podcast/TheMinisterOfChance'' series was finally released in 2013, but with a new Minister. Both of these are largely regarded as an AlternateContinuity by the fandom and the official sources alike, though it gives one explanation of why the 7th Doctor in the TV Movie is travelling alone. A small minority seem to still consider this the end of ''Doctor Who'', with the TV Movie and revived series as FanonDiscontinuity.

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Death Comes to Time was intended to lead into a new series following Time Lord the Minister of Chance, voiced by Creator/StephenFry. A longer ''Podcast/TheMinisterOfChance'' series was finally released in 2013, but with a new Minister. Both of these are largely regarded as an AlternateContinuity by the fandom and the official sources alike, though it gives one explanation of why the 7th Doctor in the TV Movie is travelling alone.

It is also notable for revealing that "Time Lord" is not just some fancy moniker- here, the race actually possesses the power to be lords of time. But because these are [[StoryBreakerPower story-breaking powers]], [[GodzillaThreshold this is why this is only seen at the prospective end of the series.]]

A small minority seem to still consider this the end of ''Doctor Who'', with the TV Movie and revived series as FanonDiscontinuity.


[[caption-width-right:350:The journey ends with an unlucky Seven.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The [[caption-width-right:350:In one reality, the journey ends with an unlucky Seven.]]


[[caption-width-right:350:Seven is unlucky.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Seven is unlucky.[[caption-width-right:350:The journey ends with an unlucky Seven.]]


A Series/DoctorWho webcast, which serves as a potential finale for Doctor Who. It was broadcast in 2001 and also released as an audio drama. It features [[TheNthDoctor The Seventh Doctor]], Ace, and TheBrigadier. Death Comes to Time was intended to lead into a new series following Time Lord the Minister of Chance, voiced by Creator/StephenFry. A longer ''Podcast/TheMinisterOfChance'' series was finally released in 2013, but with a new Minister. Both of these are largely regarded as an AlternateContinuity by the fandom and the official sources alike, though it gives one explanation of why the 7th Doctor in the TV Movie is travelling alone. A small minority seem to still consider this the end of ''Doctor Who'', with the TV Movie and revived series as FanonDiscontinuity.

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A Series/DoctorWho webcast, which serves as a potential finale for Doctor Who. It was broadcast in 2001 and also released as an audio drama. It features [[TheNthDoctor The Seventh Doctor]], Ace, and TheBrigadier.

Death Comes to Time was intended to lead into a new series following Time Lord the Minister of Chance, voiced by Creator/StephenFry. A longer ''Podcast/TheMinisterOfChance'' series was finally released in 2013, but with a new Minister. Both of these are largely regarded as an AlternateContinuity by the fandom and the official sources alike, though it gives one explanation of why the 7th Doctor in the TV Movie is travelling alone. A small minority seem to still consider this the end of ''Doctor Who'', with the TV Movie and revived series as FanonDiscontinuity.


[[[[caption-width-right:350:Seven is unlucky.]]

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[[[[caption-width-right:350:Seven [[caption-width-right:350:Seven is unlucky.]]]]

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The one that [[RetCon nearly]] [[SeriesFauxnale ended it all.]]


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[[[[caption-width-right:350:Seven is unlucky.]]

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* GentlemanSnarker: The Minister. And he is played by StephenFry.

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* GentlemanSnarker: The Minister. And he is played by StephenFry.Creator/StephenFry.


A Series/DoctorWho webcast, which serves as a potential finale for Doctor Who. It was broadcast in 2001 and also released as an audio drama. It features [[TheNthDoctor The Seventh Doctor]], Ace, and TheBrigadier. Death Comes to Time was intended to lead into a new series following Time Lord the Minister of Chance, voiced by Creator/StephenFry. A longer ''Podcast/TheMinisterOfChance'' series was finally released in 2013, but with a new Minister. Both of these are largely regarded as an AlternateContinuity by the fandom and the official sources alike, though it gives one explanation of why the 7th Doctor in the TV Movie is travelling alone. Some consider this the end of Doctor Who, using it to un-canonize the TV Movie and revived series.

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A Series/DoctorWho webcast, which serves as a potential finale for Doctor Who. It was broadcast in 2001 and also released as an audio drama. It features [[TheNthDoctor The Seventh Doctor]], Ace, and TheBrigadier. Death Comes to Time was intended to lead into a new series following Time Lord the Minister of Chance, voiced by Creator/StephenFry. A longer ''Podcast/TheMinisterOfChance'' series was finally released in 2013, but with a new Minister. Both of these are largely regarded as an AlternateContinuity by the fandom and the official sources alike, though it gives one explanation of why the 7th Doctor in the TV Movie is travelling alone. Some A small minority seem to still consider this the end of Doctor Who, using it to un-canonize ''Doctor Who'', with the TV Movie and revived series.series as FanonDiscontinuity.


A Series/DoctorWho webcast, which serves as a potential finale for Doctor Who. It was broadcast in 2001 and also released as an audio drama. It features [[TheNthDoctor The Seventh Doctor]], Ace, and TheBrigadier. Death Comes to Time was intended to lead into a new series following Time Lord the Minister of Chance, voiced by Creator/StephenFry. A longer ''Podcast/TheMinisterOfChance'' series was finally released in 2013, but with a new Minister. Both of these are largely regarded as an AlternateContinuity by the fandom, though it gives one explanation of why the 7th Doctor in the TV Movie is travelling alone. Some consider this the end of Doctor Who, using it to un-canonize the TV Movie and revived series.

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A Series/DoctorWho webcast, which serves as a potential finale for Doctor Who. It was broadcast in 2001 and also released as an audio drama. It features [[TheNthDoctor The Seventh Doctor]], Ace, and TheBrigadier. Death Comes to Time was intended to lead into a new series following Time Lord the Minister of Chance, voiced by Creator/StephenFry. A longer ''Podcast/TheMinisterOfChance'' series was finally released in 2013, but with a new Minister. Both of these are largely regarded as an AlternateContinuity by the fandom, fandom and the official sources alike, though it gives one explanation of why the 7th Doctor in the TV Movie is travelling alone. Some consider this the end of Doctor Who, using it to un-canonize the TV Movie and revived series.



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* WeaksauceWeakness: The Vampire drinking the Doctor's blood after the Doctor has eaten garlic kills him.

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* WeaksauceWeakness: The Vampire drinking the Doctor's blood after the Doctor has eaten garlic kills him.him.
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*NaiveNewcomer: Antimony is nervous about going to Earth because he thinks there are dinosaurs there.

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