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Re: [science-fiction] Doctor Ten? How many more?

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  • J. Tiberius K.
    ... Yes, 13. When Eccleston really should quit (but April Fools day isn t over yet), then they would start on the 10th incarnation next season. Resistance is
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 1, 2005
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      > Isn't there a number of times the Doctor can regenerate?

      Yes, 13. When Eccleston really should quit (but April Fools day isn't over
      yet), then they would start on the 10th incarnation next season.

      Resistance is NEVER futile,

      J. Tiberius K.
    • phairoh
      Paul wrote: Isn t there a number of times the Doctor can regenerate? J. Tiberius K wrote: Yes, 13. When Eccleston really should quit (but April Fools day isn t
      Message 2 of 6 , Apr 1, 2005
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        Paul wrote:
        Isn't there a number of times the Doctor can regenerate?

        J. Tiberius K wrote:
        Yes, 13. When Eccleston really should quit (but April Fools day isn't
        over
        yet), then they would start on the 10th incarnation next season.

        If you recall, the Master regenerated beyond his last legal
        regeneration, by stealing Nissa's fathers body (Counsellor Tremas)
        after he had absorbed the power of the Keeper in the ep. "The Keeper of
        Traken".
        If the Doc ever needs to regenerate beyond 13, I see a trilogy in the
        making. :)

        Phairoh
        (Smallest time increment- Quantum Time= 10^43 of a second or, 10
        tredicillionths of a second)
      • J. Tiberius K.
        ... You´re right, but the problem with that thought is: I don t see the Doctor becoming thát evil. Taking the power and stealing a body is a serieus evil
        Message 3 of 6 , Apr 1, 2005
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          > Paul wrote:
          > Isn't there a number of times the Doctor can regenerate?
          >
          > J. Tiberius K wrote:
          > Yes, 13. When Eccleston really should quit (but April Fools day isn't
          > over
          > yet), then they would start on the 10th incarnation next season.
          >
          > If you recall, the Master regenerated beyond his last legal
          > regeneration, by stealing Nissa's fathers body (Counsellor Tremas)
          > after he had absorbed the power of the Keeper in the ep. "The Keeper of
          > Traken".
          > If the Doc ever needs to regenerate beyond 13, I see a trilogy in the
          > making. :)

          You´re right, but the problem with that thought is: I don't see the Doctor
          becoming thát evil. Taking the power and stealing a body is a serieus evil
          act. The official and legal number of generations is 13.
          :-)

          Resistance is NEVER futile,

          J. Tiberius K.


          > Phairoh
          > (Smallest time increment- Quantum Time= 10^43 of a second or, 10
          > tredicillionths of a second)
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        • Chris H
          ... It was once stated he could regenerate 12 times - ie 13 bodies. But considering the Master found a way to get a 14th then I m sure this won t prevent the
          Message 4 of 6 , Apr 2, 2005
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            --- In sciencefictiongroup@yahoogroups.com, "Paul" <format4nz@y...>
            wrote:
            > Isn't there a number of times the Doctor can regenerate?

            It was once stated he could regenerate 12 times - ie 13 bodies. But
            considering the Master found a way to get a 14th then I'm sure this
            won't prevent the scriptwriters getting around this when the have to!

            Chris h
          • phairoh
            J. Tiberius K. wrote: You´re right, but the problem with that thought is: I don t see the Doctor becoming thát evil. Taking the power and stealing a body is
            Message 5 of 6 , Apr 2, 2005
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              J. Tiberius K. wrote:
              You´re right, but the problem with that thought is: I don't see the
              Doctor
              becoming thát evil. Taking the power and stealing a body is a serieus
              evil
              act. The official and legal number of generations is 13.

              I wasn't implying the Doc would have to do something evil. I was
              saying if all else fails, good writers can rescue him. He can't die
              after all! The Doc will always be around even if they have to invent a
              way around the number of regeneration's.
              We still have 3 more Doc's before we see what the trilogy will be
              about. :)



              Phairoh
              (Smallest time increment- Quantum Time= 10^43 of a second or, 10
              tredicillionths of a second)
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