The Doctor's confession dialEdit

I was wondering whether we should have two different articles on this. One article that covers the confession dials in general and one article that covers that one specific confesission dial belonging to the Doctor. --DCLM 08:08, September 26, 2015 (UTC)

I will point at this question once again, especially after tonight's episode. --DCLM 22:52, November 28, 2015 (UTC)
I'm not sure. I don't think it's vital to make the two right away, considering we've only ever seen the Doctor's on screen. -- Tybort (talk page) 23:13, November 28, 2015 (UTC)

Confession dial queryEdit

How can you be teleported inside the Confession Dial, how is there a castle in the Confession Dial, and how do we know it was a Confession Dial that he was teleported into? Referring to Heaven Sent.The preceding unsigned comment was added by NoStringsOnJay (talk • contribs) .

5.3 Factual correction Edit

It is stated in the article that a confession dial can be used as in the manner decipted in recent Doctor Who episode, to profuce a confession from a subject by means of exposing them to their deep fears, also stating that the subject will be released upon confessing to the matter about which he is interrogated. While it ia true that it indeed what weve seen in the episodes, I dont think we can assume that the altered/manipulated confession dial would always operate in the same way- for instance, used to elicit a confession by use of fears. I think that while we can and should use the instance of the dial being used against the doctor ad an example of a dial doing something different than originally intended, we must not put it in a way that seems as if it is how it always it, because we cannot know that for sure, but rather provide as an example of such use. Thank you The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk • contribs) .

The Doctor's DeathEdit

Can anyone explain to me how this makes sense? Firstly, in "Magician's Apprentice", why excactly was the Doctor expected to die? Secondly, was it just supposed to be the death of the Twelth incaration of the Doctor or the Doctor in general? If it was just meant to be this incarnation, why didn't any previous incarnation recieve a confession dial? And if it was meant to be permanent death of the Doctor, why didn't he recieve the dial in his Eleventh incarnation on Trenzalore where there was much more reason to assume he would die definitifely?

El-Ocsed 16:02, March 18, 2020 (UTC)

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