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Out of universe, no - Judoon is not a language that has been created with any particular care and there is no way to translate it. There are a couple of Judoon 'translators' on the internet, and as far as I can tell, they are just a novelty. They each seem to use some kind of internal logic for the 'translation' process, perhaps an algorithm that ensures you ...


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The last time we saw Clara in Hell Bent she was setting off in another stolen TARDIS with Ashilda/Me. Clara had been rescued from death by The Doctor, but she knew that her death was a 'fixed point' and had to happen - the universe depends on fixed points in time not being changed. She intended to return to Gallifrey so that the Time Lords could reinsert her ...


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Whatever the Watcher is, he seems to essentially be the same, conceptually, as the character Cho-je, in the regeneration story immediately preceding Logopolis, "Planet of the Spiders". That story featured, in addition to the Doctor's regeneration, the regeneration of the Doctor's mentor, K'Ampo, which involved Cho-je merging with him in the same ...


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I'd have to say no. A TARDISes ability to change shape comes from the chameleon circuit. The Doctor's TARDIS is of course broken in this respect, but when working it disguises itself as something to blend in with its surroundings. And that's all it is - a disguise. In The Empty Child, the Ninth Doctor expresses surprise when the phone on the outside of his ...


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In the classic series, The Doctor visited Gallifrey or met with other Time Lords on a fairly routine basis. He was battling The Rani and The Master in both the final series of 'classic' Doctor Who as well as the 8th Doctor 'movie'. The first time The Doctor ever said he was "the last of his kind" or specifically The Last Time Lord was at the ...


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This may not be as complete or as specific as you wanted, but I think it's the best we can do. The voice was someone from the religious order known as 'The Silence'. Just before we hear the voiceover, the scanner lights up and reads: Location: Earth. Date 26/06/2010. Then the scanner glass cracks. The central belief of The Silence was that the question &...


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You've got two questions in there really so this is going to be a long, two-part answer. 1 - Is the TARDIS sentient? There are a lot of unanswered questions in Doctor Who - about both the Doctor themselves, the Timelords, and the secrets of the TARDIS. However, I think it is wrong to assume that the TARDIS is a living, conscious thing that makes decisions by ...


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It's not easy to enplane. As we now know the Doctor is the origin of Regeneration and can do so infinitely. The Time Lord's wiped his memory and forced him to regenerate into a baby and was given to Ulysses and Penelope Gate to raise alongside the Master. He had it drilled into his head that Time Lord's have 12 Regeneration's and have to be given a new cycle....


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In "The Runaway Bride" we see the TARDIS actually fly through the air. Presumably it could use this capability while in the shape of a vehicle to mimic the vehicle in motion.


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A TARDIS seems to have a fair amount of control over the size and appearance. And another one even simulated an entire Diner interior so if some writer wanted to there would not be any real reason it couldn't have wheels. Point to consider - if it created holographic wheels that didn't actually roll and flew in a very controlled manner it would be ...


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