Tardis

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Tardis
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Tardis
Timeline
previous: 32nd century next: 34th century
Years of interest

In the 33rd century, the Death Ride was built, which a Drexxon used to free his own kind from the Perpetuity Chamber. The Eleventh Doctor managed to reseal it using an orchestra. (PROSE: Death Riders)

Also in this century, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam burned down. The Doctor rescued Rembrandt's The Night Watch from the fire and placed it in his personal art collection. (AUDIO: Dust Breeding)

During the last days of the 33rd Century, the Cult of the Breaking Sunset stole the Globe of Unmaking from the vaults of the Shemi-Goroth, in order to punch a hole through reality itself. They took it back to their base, the Crystal Sphere of Zed Trief, where they were stopped by the Eleventh Doctor. The Cult was then replaced in the Crystal Sphere by the Order of the Knotted Fate, who the Ninth Doctor encountered shortly after. (PROSE: A Day to Yourselves)

Behind the scenes[]

According to The Brilliant Book 2011, flocks of Weeping Angels swarmed human colony worlds and darkened the sunlight to feed; worlds such as New Moscow were asked to take up arms against them. Some said it would not be possible to oppose such powerful creatures.

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