Tardis

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Tardis

Some of Clara's echoes along with Winnie Clarence, including Oswin Oswald and Clara Oswin Oswald. (COMIC: Blood and Ice)

Several splinters from Clara Oswald were created when she stepped into the Doctor's timeline.

These splinters met the Doctor in many forms (every forms was person with time sensitivity), each time being born and dying. She met and saved the lives of the Doctor's first twelve incarnations (excluding his war incarnation). She noted, however, that he rarely ever noticed her. (TV: The Name of the Doctor) Though Clara initially believed that all of her splinters had died after saving the Doctor, she later learnt that many had survived encountering him and lived their own lives. (COMIC: Blood and Ice) Clara retained jumbled memories of her echoes, remembering some moments of their lives in great detail while recalling others only as vague dreams. (PROSE: Into the Nowhere)

Her many lives and encounters with the Doctor included, but were certainly not limited to:

Clara on Gallifrey. (TV: The Name of the Doctor)

At one point after Amy Pond and Rory Williams were sent to the past in New York City, an elderly echo of Clara noticed that Amy had a similar "glow" about her that the Doctor had, but Amy's was fading. She decided to follow Amy, in case she ever needed help. One Fall, when Amy and Rory vacationed at Lake Erie, Amy finally spoke to her and the echo asked her to pass on a message: "Run you clever boy, and remember..." Amy later wrote about this encounter in a foreword to an edition of her book Summer Falls, addressing it to the Doctor; her description of the encounter and her quoting of Clara leaves it unclear as to whether this echo ever actually encountered the Doctor. (PROSE: Summer Falls and Other Stories)

In November of 1963, Constable Oswald had filled out the missing person report for Susan Foreman. (PROSE: Susan's Diary)


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