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The Eleventh Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction . However, Matt Smith was unhappy with the costume as he felt it reflected how The depictions of the personalities of the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors shared . Matt Smith's portrayal of the Doctor was met with critical acclaim. What We See: In Arcadia, we see the War Doctor (John Hurt), the Christopher Eccleston's version is thus still the Ninth Doctor, even The Time Lords also wear new costumes that harken back to designs seen in classic Doctor Who, What We See: Kate realizes multiple Doctors are meeting and asks. Back in the 20th century, the Doctor was known for quirky outfits in which Doctor Who Ninth Doctor . Gallifrey fell in the unseen Time War, and the Doctor feels guilty as the only survivor. Tenth Doctor Who David Tennant Converse The Jupiter+ Smart Mattress is where exceptional comfort meets.
Clara decided to look up the Doctor, knowing how he tends to be involved in situations that stop events that would cause the end. To her horror, she discovered an event with the Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors together on the planet Marinus.
The computer told her that this event was a fatal turning point that must never happen, as all subsequent timelines of this event lead to the end of all things. Gabby asks Clara if she told her Doctor about this, but Clara simply asks both her and Alice what their Doctors would do if told.
All three know their Doctors would go to Marinus. Clara then reveals that the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors will eventually meet, as she was there for that event. She recalls that the Tenth Doctor didn't initially recognise the Eleventh Doctor, meaning the two never met prior to that incident. She also points out that neither of them could imagine the Twelfth Doctor existing, which is how she knows the picture shouldn't exist.
She tells the other two, that when they all leave the cafe, all three of them must make sure their Doctors never go to Marinus. To Clara's horror, both the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors come storming in, proclaiming that what Clara has told them is impossible.
The Eleventh Doctor notices his former self, and as he doesn't remember this meeting, realises that this is bad for the universe.
The Tenth Doctor is sceptical of the Eleventh Doctor's identity, having recently met an imposter. Using his sonic screwdriver, he confirms that the Eleventh Doctor is his next incarnation. Both then remark that the person they met outside is another story.
That person walks in, revealing himself to be the Twelfth Doctor. He tells his former selves to shut up and then turns his attention to Clara, revealing to her that he figured out what she was up to. He tried to talk sense into the other two Doctors, but they wouldn't listen. So, they're going to have a Multi-Doctor Event, whether they like it or not. The Tenth Doctor has accepted that the Eleventh Doctor is his next and final incarnation, but doesn't accept that the Twelfth Doctor is a future incarnation, as it's not possible for him to exist.
The Eleventh Doctor points out that they don't know what's going on here. Clara intervenes, telling the three Doctors to stop this and walk away. She knows this meeting didn't happen. Even though time can be rewritten, this moment is a fixed point in time. The Tenth and Twelfth Doctors keep arguing, with Gabby trying to convince the Tenth Doctor to leave, as she believes Clara is telling the truth.
The Tenth Doctor refuses, proclaiming the Twelfth Doctor to be an abomination, a word the Daleks tend to use, as the Twelfth Doctor points out. The Blinovitch Limitation Effect occurs. The Twelfth Doctor turns his attention to Gabby and Alice, asking the two to tell their Doctors to listen to him. Clara has given up by this point, knowing she can't stop this now. The Eleventh Doctor tries to be the peacemaker between his other two selves, but the Twelfth Doctor provokes the Tenth Doctor again.
In the ensuing argument, the two Doctors touch, causing a spark to shoot between them.
A look of dread is on his face at this revelation. As he and the other two Doctors point out, they have just caused a paradox at a fixed point in time, which means only one thing. The six look up to see Reapers appear above them.
Part two Edit The cafe is destroyed by the Reapers. The Doctors each come up with a different plan. While Alice and Clara are annoyed at the inability for the three Doctors to be on the same page, Gabby goes with the Twelfth Doctor's plan of finding the oldest thing in the room, by grabbing an old mirror, which a Reaper attacks. Alice asks what the creatures are, and the three Doctors explain. Suddenly, the Reapers focus on the Eleventh Doctor, who fends them off with his comic books.
The group quickly run out of the cafe, with the Reapers following, still targeting the Eleventh Doctor. He deliberately runs away from the group, with the Reapers following him. He tries running past the comic stand where he got his comics, but they ignore it, leaving him wondering why they are targeting him.
The Doctors were already expecting this and have a solution. At this time, the Eleventh Doctor runs up to them, still being chased by the Reapers. Clara tells the three Doctors to hurry up. The group runs inside to find themselves in the Twelfth Doctor's control room. The group runs out of the control room and down some corridors, ending up in the Eleventh Doctor's control room. Before they can explain much more, the Reapers break into the control room, forcing the group to leave.
The group ends up in the Tenth Doctor's control room. The Twelfth Doctor starts using the controls, much to the objection of the Tenth Doctor. The Eleventh Doctor slows them down, by making the air older. The Tenth Doctor thinks they should enact the plan now, as the Twelfth Doctor's decision to wait is putting the others in danger. The Twelfth Doctor continues to wait, stating it's for the greater good. This forces the Reapers out of their environment, leaving them with the option to either flee or die.
He explains to Clara that he waited, only to ensure he got all the Reapers. Otherwise, he'd never had put them at risk. He asks Clara if his previous selves will understand that.
Clara thinks the three Doctors need a bit of time together, and Clara needs to explain what caused all this to happen. The group meets up again in Paris, the Doctors still bickering.
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The Eleventh Doctor is glad the Twelfth Doctor exists, because it means they have a future beyond their normal regeneration cycle. The Tenth Doctor, on the other hand, is concerned. Where could they have gotten more regenerations?
He knows they couldn't have come from the Time Lords. Plus, he is still worried about the eventual existence of the Valeyard. The Twelfth Doctor refuses to tell the two about their future. Clara decides now is the time to show the three Doctors the picture of them on Marinus, a planet that none of them remember.
The Tenth Doctor wonders why it's only the three of them in the picture. He speculates it may be because the three of them are from after the Time War. The Eleventh Doctor is concerned about the fact that neither he nor the Twelfth Doctor have no recollection of these events. The Tenth Doctor states that the picture is a trap of some sort, and the three Doctors decide to head to Marinus, despite Clara's objections. The Tenth Doctor explains that they could go to the museum Clara found, but he doubts they'll learn anything new.
So, that leaves him with two options. He can either spring the trap or live in fear. The Doctor eventually gets his answer in " The Name of the Doctor " when he is forced by the Great Intelligence to go to Trenzalore, revealed to be planet on which the Doctor will die. Within the Doctor's tomb, the Great Intelligence uses the dead Doctor's remnants—his disembodied "timestream"—to spread himself across the Doctor's history, turning his victories into defeats.
Clara pursues him and is scattered throughout the Doctor's timeline creating Oswin Oswald and Clara Oswin Oswald among numerous other incarnations who undo the Great Intelligence's work. The Doctor has a mournful conversation with River's apparition, giving her closure before entering the timeline to retrieve Clara. However, once he saves her, the Doctor is forced to reveal the existence of a previous incarnation John Hurt who broke the promise represented by the name "Doctor" during the Time War of his past.
Though the older Doctors berate the 'War Doctor' for his killing both Time Lords and Daleks with a sentient weapon known as the Moment, they ultimately choose to support his decision and forgive themselves for this past atrocity.
Led by the Moment into the midst of the Time War, the Doctors realise they have the potential to change its outcome and enlist the aid of their previous incarnations in an uncertain bid to save Gallifrey from destruction.
They place the planet in stasis and transport it to a pocket universemaking it appear to be destroyed. As an effect of time travel, only the Eleventh Doctor will remember saving Gallifrey; he learns from a cryptic curator played by Tom Baker that his plan worked. Learning that the verification of his identity would allow the Time Lords to return, the Doctor finds out that the signal caught the attention of an assortment of his enemies, who wish to prevent Gallifrey's return, and the powerful Church of the Papal Mainframe, who wish to destroy the planet and avoid the possibility of a new Time War.
After attempting to send Clara back to her time, the Doctor spends centuries defending the planet from alien incursions. During this time, a faction of the Church led by the Silence breaks away and attempts to avert these events by destroying the Doctor earlier in his timeline, as seen in series 5 and 6. The Doctor also reveals to Clara he has no regenerations remaining and will likely die in the siege.
The siege escalates into all-out war and after centuries pass, only the Daleks remain. Though the heavily aged Doctor anticipates his predestined death on the battlefields of Trenzalore, Clara convinces the Time Lords to give the Doctor a new regeneration cycle as he uses a fiery blast of regenerative energy to destroy the Dalek mothership.
He hallucinates a final farewell to Amy Pond and delivers a eulogy to his present incarnation, before abruptly completing his transition into the Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi. He made a reappearance in " Deep Breath " While adjusting to the new Doctor, Clara receives a phone call from the Eleventh Doctor made moments prior to their final meeting.
He asks her to help his new self and not to be afraid of him. He'll continue to appear in these, as will the Tenth and Twelfth Doctors in their own stories. Audiobooks[ edit ] The Eleventh Doctor also appears in a series of audiobooks. Video games[ edit ] The Eleventh Doctor is the first of the Doctors to appear in full-on action adventure games. The Adventure Games is composed of four stories "episodes"produced alongside the series. Smith and Gillan lent their voices and likenesses.
The first, City of the Daleks, carries on from the TV episode "Victory of the Daleks" and is a stealth and puzzle game set in s Earth and the Dalek planet of Skaro.