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Doctor Who? by SEELE-02 Doctor Who? by SEELE-02
The various faces of the Doctor throughout his regenerations, arranged in chronological order. Two of these, the Fourth and Fifth Doctors, were Lords Presidents of the Supreme Council of the Time Lords of Gallifrey, and the last known incarnation served as Valeyard of the Ultimate Court of Appeals of the Time Lords of Gallifrey. The Third and Eleventh Doctors held appointments from terrestrial authorities as Scientific Adviser to the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce and Curator of the Under Gallery of the National Gallery, respectively. The Second Doctor claimed a medical degree from the University of Glasgow, and the Tenth Doctor was knighted by Queen-Empress Victoria as Sir Doctor of Tardis.

From left to right: The First Doctor, the Second Doctor, the Third Doctor, the Fourth Doctor, the Watcher, the Fifth Doctor, the Sixth Doctor, the Seventh Doctor, the Eighth Doctor, the War Doctor, the Ninth Doctor, the Tenth Doctor, the Eleventh Doctor, the Twelfth Doctor, and the Valeyard.

The Doctor, the Watcher, and the Valeyard are property of the British Broadcasting Corporation.
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BillieMac Featured By Owner Edited Oct 13, 2014
I really like the look of this, and find it interesting that you've included the Watcher. I can only recall one other example of that. Why didn't you include the Curator? Was it space limits, or another reason?

Frankly, I disagree with canon on placing the Valeyard. The Master was, after all, the source of the info, and I think it would tickle him to have the Doctor stressing over it from incarnations 6 to 12.
So where would I place him? A ghostly image right behind 5.
Think about it. A part of himself siphoned away would account for the need for a Watcher. 5's inner strength was depleted to the point that Nyssa was the only companion not bullying him. Then, with all that evil poured back into him on regeneration, is it any wonder 6 was so violently, dangerously unstable?
What do you think of my theory?
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SEELE-02 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think it's certainly very interesting, and it actually does fit very neatly into what we see on screen. It also provides a certain irony to the Sixth Doctor's eventual conflict with the Valeyard. But how then do you account for the canon's claims about his place in the Doctor's personal timeline?
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BillieMac Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Just my bit of fanon. Like I said, the source of the canon information was the Master, who doesn't really need a reason to lie.

However, since I posted that comment, we've had most of Capaldi's first season, and I'm getting a Valeyard vibe there; like something's ready to pop out.
Now that Moffat's muddied the waters with the War Doctor and flagging Tennant's "handy" maneuver, we are between the Doctor's twelfth and final incarnation.

So, looks like a reassessment on my part is in order.
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LuminaBalderson Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014
Very nice!

And very much faved!
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