The Shalka Doctor’s Timeline

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Here is ‘The Shalka Doctor’s Timeline’.

I’ve referred to

and

to help me put this version of the timeline together.

I’ve included the ‘Scream of the Shalka’ webcast and ‘The Feast of the Stone’ short story into this list for now.

The (Webcast) story is highlighted in BOLD and TEAL.

The short story is highlighted in ITALICS and is CENTRED.

Please feel free to ask questions about this timeline, as I intend to revisit this and add new stories to the list as time goes on.


The Shalka Doctor’s Timeline

1. Scream of the Shalka (Webcast)

‘The Feast of the Stone’ (Short Story)

N.B. The Shalka Doctor is an alternative Ninth Doctor. Therefore it is assumed the Shalka Doctor takes place after ‘The Eighth Doctor’s Timeline’ in an alternative universe.


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2 thoughts on “The Shalka Doctor’s Timeline

  1. How do we know it’s an alternate Ninth?

    Couldn’t it just be a middle-aged War Doctor (ninth in his original cycle), middle-aged First Doctor (ninth counting the previous eight who were married to Patience and may have been the Other or a different individual), or the ninth of a different regeneration cycle?

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  2. Hi Okuku

    I’m afraid I don’t have an answer to that.

    I’m waiting to hear an official announcement that the Shalka Doctor does fit in with the continuity between Eight and War. So far it’s unclear at the moment. Interesting theory you have about him being a middle-aged War Doctor.

    Merry Christmas!

    Tim. 🙂

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