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appearances of the . This timeline is based on observations of the Doctor Who universe and the events in each of these stories. From these observations we have attempted to build a concise timeline. There are also many gaps between stories.
Second Doctor in the order in which he experienced them
The layout of this timeline is based in part on the observations on
Doctor Who Reference Guide and Doctor Who - The Complete Adventures, Lance Parkin's and other sources that allow us to make observations, such as AHistory DocOhoReviews, Doc Oho's Book Reviews, The History of Doctor Who, The Discontinuity Guide, Clive Banks Database, Whopix, the Big Finish forums, The Whoniverse and the Divergent Universe forums. None of these sources should be used solely as a source or considered a "true" timeline for stories.
Dr. Who • The Other • The Valeyard • Merlin Unbound Doctor • Meta-Crisis The Curator • "Curse" Doctors • "Fugitive" Doctor
K9 Mk I • K9 Mk II • K9 Mk III • K9 Mk IV
The Master ( Incarnations) Early • "UNIT era" • "Decayed" • "Tremas" • "Merlin" • "Tzun" • "Bruce" 14 • "War" • "Child" • "Saxon" • Missy • "O"
Paul Magrs • Simon & Kelly
Santa Claus • Queen Elizabeth I • William Shakespeare • Queen Victoria • Holmes & Watson • Harry Houdini • Winston Churchill • Adolf Hitler • Queen Elizabeth II
Time Lords Rassilon • Omega • The Monk • Pandad IV • Socra • Goth • Borusa • Andred • The Rani • Darkel • The Valeyard • Irving Braxiatel • Vansell • Auteur/Astrolabus • Narvin • Straxus • Rasmus • Livia • Veklin • Ollistra • The General • The Corsair
Doom Coalition The Eleven • Caleera • Padrac • The Clocksmith
UNIT The Brigadier • Benton • Yates • Kate • Osgood • Carter • Bishop • Shindi • Jacqui • Ruth & Charlie
Torchwood Institute Jack • Yvonne • Gwen • Tosh • Owen • Ianto • Suzie • Andy • Rhys • Bilis • Captain John • Norton
13 Bannerman Road Sarah Jane • Maria • Luke • Kelsey/ Ceol • Clyde • Rani • Haresh • Gita
Coal Hill defenders Charlie • Quill • April
Alpha Centauri • Jago & Litefoot • Abby & Zara • Menzies • Death's Head • Vienna • Suz • Kalendorf • Ohila • Jackie • Trinity Wells • Sylvia • Jenny • Nat • Christina • Dorium • Vastra, Jenny, & Strax • Lucy Celestial Toymaker
Josiah W. Dogbolter
Space Security Service • Anti-Dalek Force • Sisterhood of Karn • Shadow Proclamation • Raxas Alliance • Intrusion Counter-Measures Group • The Forge • The Church
Limiting factors [ ]
Companions [ ]
Any story featuring only
Ben Jackson and Polly Wright must take place before TV: ; any story featuring The Highlanders Jamie McCrimmon must take place after TV: . Any story with The Highlanders Victoria Waterfield must take place after TV: and before The Evil of the Daleks TV: . Any story with Fury from the Deep Zoe Heriot must be set during or after TV: and before The Wheel in Space TV: .
The War Games
A lot of stories are often said to occur during
Season 6B, a fan-opined spot on the timeline after the Doctor's trial on Gallifrey in , as the Second Doctor is not seen regenerating into his third incarnation in that serial. Thus it is possible to imagine, as The War Games writers and TV Comic Terrance Dicks did, that the Second Doctor survived for an unspecified period of time after The War Games.
TV Comics placement [ ]
The Second Doctor's travels with
John and Gillian are very problematic to place in the Doctor's timeline, as they are inexplicably travelling with him by , with no explanation given as to how this relate to their travels with the The Extortioner First Doctor. A possibility emerges, unintentionally, in The Nameless City, where the Doctor has not seen the Master in a long time, but Jamie doesn't know the Doctor's origins, meaning it cannot be set in Season 6b, but must come after The Dark Path. Thus there is a gap during the event of The Dark Path and The Nameless City, without Jamie, which is perfectly placed by the John and Gillian travels.
and Conundrum hypothesise that these adventures are either stories created by The Land of Happy Endings The Master of the Land of Fiction or the Doctor's dreams.
Timeline [ ]
Previous page: First Doctor
A new body [ ]
The Doctor regenerates from his previous incarnation.
Set immediately after The Tenth Planet, with the Doctor adjusting to his new body as he faces the Daleks on Vulcan.
Whilst leaving Vulcan, the Doctor, Ben and Polly briefly encounter an apparition of a Charley Pollard from an alternate timeline. ( AUDIO: The Light at the End ) Immediately after leaving Vulcan, the Doctor meets Lilith on Kirith. ( PROSE: Timewyrm: Apocalypse )
The Doctor has only just regenerated, and is mourning the loss of his old signet ring.
New adventures with Ben and Polly [ ]
Set shortly after The Power of the Daleks, with Ben finally accepting the Doctor's change of appearance.
The Doctor's memory is still hazy after his recent regeneration, setting this shortly after The Power of the Daleks.
No explanations are given about the absence of Ben and Polly.
References are made to the Doctor's recent regeneration, setting this shortly after The Power of the Daleks.
The Doctor claims this is the first time the TARDIS has ever managed a short hop.
Three weeks have passed since The Power of the Daleks.
The Doctor creates a temporary sonic device, and resolves to begin work on a permanent version when he gets back to the TARDIS, leading to the creation of the sonic screwdriver.
Ben and Polly are well adjusted to the Second Doctor. The Doctor says that he has not been in America for some time, setting this before Wonderland as well.
The Doctor unlocks a door with a prototype sonic screwdriver, setting this after The Murder Game.
Joined by Jamie [ ]
The Doctor, Ben and Polly meet Jamie McCrimmon, who joins them aboard the TARDIS.
Set immediately after The Highlanders, with Jamie marvelling at the sight of the TARDIS interior.
Set immediately after The Underwater Menace. Ending leads directly into The Macra Terror.
In an alternate timeline created by Rassilon and the Cybermen, the Doctor is partially converted into a Cyberman during the events of The Moonbase.
Polly has her hair cut into a bob-style.
Ben and Polly are showing Jamie around the inside of the TARDIS, setting this early in his travels.
The Doctor recalls the events of The Yes Men. Polly still has short hair, setting this shortly after The Macra Terror, but it apparently regrows to its old lengthen by the time they leave the "English village".
Final adventures with Ben and Polly [ ]
Set between The Macra Terror and The Faceless Ones. The Doctor has only recently regenerated. 
Set between Resistance and The Faceless Ones.
Jamie and Ben refer to the events of Resistance.
Jamie refers to the events of the The Selachian Gambit.
The TARDIS has "finally" found its way back to England, suggesting that the TARDIS crew have not been there for a while, and that the story is set before The Morton Legacy.
The Doctor is teaching his companions how to fly the TARDIS, and they recall the events of The Yes Men.
Despite the events of The Feast, Ben and Polly claim this is their first visit to London in their past, suggesting this takes place before The Roundheads.
Jamie has started to consider the TARDIS to be home, setting this late in his early travels.
Having landed on the day they left, Ben and Polly decide to remain behind at Gatwick Airport. Ending leads directly into The Evil of the Daleks.
Looking after Victoria [ ]
After her father dies protecting him from the Daleks, the Doctor takes on the orphaned Victoria Waterfield as a companion.
Victoria is introduced to the TARDIS, setting this immediately after The Evil of the Daleks. The Doctor tells her that he is "around 450-years-old" in Earth terms.
Set in an aborted timeline during The Tomb of the Cybermen: Episode 1, when Jamie and Hayden entered the weapons testing room.
While authorial intent places this between The Web of Fear and Fury from the Deep , Victoria is still very new to seeing other time periods. The Doctor also gives Victoria a brief talk regarding the extraordinary nature of her new life as a time traveller, echoing the conversation that they had in  The Tomb of the Cybermen.
The Doctor has not encountered a Yeti of any kind before, setting this before The Abominable Snowmen.
The Doctor meets Professor Edward Travers and faces the Great Intelligence and the Robot Yetis for the first time at a Tibetan monastery. The events of The Tomb of the Cybermen are still fresh in Jamie's thoughts.
Jamie initially thinks that the TARDIS has only landed further up the Tibetan mountain, setting this immediately after The Abominable Snowmen.
Set during The Ice Warriors, just after the Doctor disabled the Ice Warrior's sonic cannon.
Missions with Jamie [ ]
The TARDIS console room is still a mess from the previous landing in The Ice Warriors. Meeting another Time Lord called Pavo, the Doctor and Jamie are asked to visit Joinson Dastari, while Victoria decides to remain with Pavo to study graphology. The Doctor is given a Stattenheim remote control.
The Doctor and Jamie almost visit Space Station Camera , but leave immediately upon seeing the Sontarans attacking. ( AUDIO: The Black Hole ) 
Jamie gets his first look at the Stattenheim remote control, setting this before The Two Doctors. Since Jamie is not described as an adult, and considering the The Two Doctors follows directly on from World Game, with no plausible gap in between, this must occur during The Black Hole.
The Doctor and Jamie visit the City of Owls and help out the people of Mackenzie. ( AUDIO: The Black Hole )
The Doctor and Jamie leave a reminder for the Seventh Doctor. The Doctor has dark hair, and notes that Jamie has received an education during their travels together.
After "a couple of weeks" of adventures, the Doctor and Jamie return for Victoria, and learn that "Pavo" was the Monk in disguise. After assisting the real Pavo in foiling the Monk's plan, the Doctor, Jamie and Victoria have their memories of the events erased.
Continued adventures with Jamie and Victoria [ ]
Set between The Ice Warriors and Enemy of the World, according to the back cover. The Doctor uses his new sonic screwdriver, which he had previously resolved to create in The Murder Game. The Doctor believes that they have been "frozen out" recently, suggesting a setting not long after The Ice Warriors.
Victoria has only been travelling with the Doctor for a short time.
Victoria recalls the events of The Evil of the Daleks and The Tomb of the Cybermen as being recent, but has also been travelling in the TARDIS long enough to have grown accustomed to the fact that it can travel in time and space. After a traumatic visit to 1866 London, Victoria decides that she will never return to her own time and that her home is now with the Doctor and Jamie.
Jamie tells Victoria he has not yet learned to write, setting this before Heart of TARDIS.
Victoria is teaching Jamie to read, starting with letters, suggesting a setting shortly after she learnt he couldn't write in The Lost .
The Doctor, Jamie, and Victoria have just come from a disturbing adventure in Galaxy G.
The Doctor is traveling with Victoria, and Jamie's absence goes unexplained.
The Doctor still feels "new" to his body. Jamie has learned to write in English, albeit not very well. Victoria has been travelling in the TARDIS for several weeks by now.
The Doctor refers to the tropical beach as "a welcome change", setting this before The Enemy of the World.
The Doctor is "breaking in" his new sonic screwdriver.
Set between The Ice Warriors and The Enemy of the World, according to the author's notes.
The Doctor is currently travelling with Jamie and Victoria. ( DWM 475) He helps in the saving of Gallifrey on the last day of the Last Great Time War, and, in the novelisation, has a tea party with his other incarnations in the Under-Gallery as a celebration.
Victoria sees a hallucination of her deceased father for the first time, setting this before Father Figure.
The Doctor learns Venusian aikido on Venus.
The London Event [ ]
The TARDIS arrives on an Australian beach. ( PROSE: Timewyrm: Apocalypse )
Set immediately after The Enemy of the World. The Doctor has his first official meeting with Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart.
Set during The Web of Fear: Episode 2. Depicts the moment the Doctor was introduced to Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart.
Continues on from the ending of The Web of Fear: Episode 6.
Set shortly after The Web of Fear, as the Doctor, Jamie and Victoria have yet to leave London following the Yeti invasion.
Final adventures with Victoria [ ]
The TARDIS arrives on a "beautiful forest-world", which Victoria views as a peaceful change from "the horrors of the London Underground", setting this immediately after The Web of Fear. Victoria is aware that her time with the Doctor will soon come to an end.
Set between The Web of Fear and Fury from the Deep. Upon learning that they are near Tibet, Jamie wonders if the TARDIS crew will encounter more of the Yeti from  The Abominable Snowman.
Set shortly before Fury from the Deep.
Victoria has become discontent in her travels with the Doctor and Jamie, suggesting a setting shortly before Fury from the Deep.
After seeing far too much death in her travels, Victoria privately decides that she will leave the TARDIS soon.
Victoria has been on the TARDIS for several months now, and starts thinking about leaving.
Immediately after Twilight of the Gods, the Doctor reunites with an old Time Lord friend after "200 years apart", but his friend succumbs to his inner darkness and becomes the Master. Victoria decides that she shall leave the TARDIS at their next stop on Earth, just as the TARDIS materialises in the sea, leading directly into Fury from the Deep.
Having found a surrogate family in 1968 England, Victoria parts with the Doctor and Jamie.
The Doctor and Jamie depart 1968, with Jamie arguing against leaving Victoria behind. ( TV: The Wheel in Space )
Solo adventures [ ]
The Doctor leaves Jamie in 1967, ( COMIC: Invasion of the Quarks ) most likely due to their disagreement on Victoria's departure. ( TV: The Wheel in Space ) All stories which have the Doctor traveling alone and with little control over the TARDIS can be set here.
On Rimba, the Doctor meets the Guerners. ( PROSE: The Sleeping Beast )
The Doctor is captured in the First Rani's time loop.
The Doctor encounters the Blenhim and destroys their fleet. ( COMIC: The Mark of Terror )
The Doctor visits Vorton.
The Second Doctor is collected by the Tenth Doctor to assist in the defeat of the Sirens of Time, suggesting that this does not take place during a time he has control over his TARDIS. He doesn't mention being with any companions.
The Doctor is imprisoned at the Maximum security facility with his other incarnations.
The Doctor has Christmas dinner with his other incarnations.
Adventures with John and Gillian [ ]
The Doctor somehow reunites with his two grandchildren, John and Gillian, and travels with them for a while. ( COMIC: The Extortioner )
The Daleks recognise the Doctor from their encounter with him during The Power of the Daleks.
To protect them from the Quarks, the Doctor enrolls John and Gillian at the University of Zebedee, and then reunites with Jamie by happenstance, who rejoins the Doctor aboard the TARDIS. The Doctor knows the Quarks by reputation only, setting this before The Dominators.
Travelling with Jamie again [ ]
All stories that feature Jamie as a young man, and which have the Doctor with little control over the TARDIS, must be set between Invasion of the Quarks and The Wheel in Space .
Jamie is still affected by Victoria's departure, setting this shortly after Fury of the Deep for him.
The Doctor addresses the whole world on television, leading him to be "known on the Earth", as would be referenced in The War Games.
The Doctor and Jamie imprison Arkinen on Earth in the hope that he can be rehabilitated. ( AUDIO: The Old Rogue )
The Doctor knows that the Master hates him, setting this after The Dark Path. It is likely that this takes place after his travels with John and Gillian, to account for why the Doctor hasn't seen the Master for a "long time". According to Jamie, a long time has passed since The Highlanders.
The Doctor and Jamie attend the coronation of Elizabeth II.
Authorial intent places this between Fury from the Deep and The Wheel in Space. 
Joined by Zoe [ ]
Zoe Heriot hides aboard the TARDIS when it departs and joins the Doctor and Jamie in their travels. The Doctor begins showing Zoe a mental projection of the events of Space Station W3 Evil of the Daleks.
Zoe has just finished watching a mental projection of Evil of the Daleks, setting this immediately after The Wheel in Space. The Doctor and Zoe are then forced to project their minds as part of assassination attempt by Atrika, setting this immediately before The Dominators, where the Doctor was exhausted from projecting mental images.
Ending leads directly into The Mind Robber.
Set during The Mind Robber.
The TARDIS is still rebuilding itself, setting this immediately after The Mind Robber. The Doctor returns to the Land of Fiction, only to be recruited into the events of The Three Doctors. The transition into his future appears to affect his memory, as he recognises Sergeant Benton from The Invasion, despite that event being in his near future.
Set immediately after the TARDIS finishes rebuilding itself after The Mind Robber. According to Jamie, only a few weeks have passed for him since The Web of Fear. The Doctor is reunited with the newly promoted Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, and introduced to the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce. He also meets Corporal John Benton for the first time.
Set immediately after The Invasion, with the Doctor, Jamie, and Zoe observing the fallout of the destruction of the Cyber-fleet before pursuing a surviving ship to Isos II.
The TARDIS is being repaired after being damaged by its escape from the Land of Fiction.
Set sometime after The Three Doctors, with the Doctor replacing his destroyed recorder.
A busy few weeks [ ]
Zoe is more "accustomed to breathing the canned atmosphere of the Space Wheel", setting this shortly after The Wheel in Space.
Zoe experiences uncertainty for the first time in her life, and Jamie notes that it has not been long since she joined the crew of the TARDIS, setting this shortly after The Wheel in Space.
Zoe refers to the recent events of The Dominators and The Invasion. Jamie has been travelling with the Doctor for "years now."
Jamie recalls the TARDIS exploding, setting this after The Mind Robber. Zoe has still only just recently joined the TARDIS crew, while Jamie estimates that he has been travelling with the Doctor for "two or three" years.
Zoe has only recently joined the TARDIS crew, and has yet to see the TARDIS land perfectly.
The Doctor is repairing the HADS, setting this shortly after The Krotons.
Jamie recalls the events of The Dominators.
Jamie and Zoe are wearing their outfits from The Krotons.
Zoe recalls meeting the Krotons, setting this after The Krotons. She is 16-years-old, and claims to have "just started travelling with the Doctor".
The Doctor recalls the recently established UNIT, setting this shortly after The Invasion.
Jamie alludes to the events of The Mind Robber.
Set between The Krotons and The Seeds of Death according to the author's notes. The Doctor and Jamie sneak out for an adventure while Zoe is left behind in the TARDIS.
According to back cover, this is set between The Krotons and The Seeds of Death.
Set between The Krotons and The Seeds of Death. The majority of this story is made up by Zoe based on a 150-year-old foreign office report of the events in Uzbekistan, along with prompts given to her by  Jen.
Jamie mentions the Ice Warriors, and Zoe doesn't react to it, setting this before she meets them in The Seeds of Death.
Set before The Seeds of Death.
Set shortly before The Seeds of Death.
Before he was in the Multivarium, the Doctor was fighting the Ice Warriors on the Moon with Jamie and Zoe, setting this during the events of The Seeds of Death.
Jamie believes the TARDIS hasn't left London due to it landing during the rain, setting this immediately after The Seeds of Death.
The TARDIS crew have recently encountered the Ice Lord Slaar, setting this shortly after The Seeds of Death.
Zoe recalls meeting the Ice Warriors, setting this after The Seeds of Death.
Zoe recalls the events of The Invasion. She wonders if they have materialised somewhere dangerous in the vortex, suggesting a setting after Vortex of Fear.
Set between The Seeds of Death and The Space Pirates, according to the back cover, with Zoe being familiar with the Ice Warriors.
According to Last of the Cybermen, the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe's trip to Australia took place after The Seeds of Death.
According to Last of the Cybermen, the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe's trip to Tromesis took place after the events of Echoes of Grey.
Jamie mentions witnessing a volcanic eruption on Dulkis, setting this after The Invasion. The Doctor steals a hypercube from Stoyn.
Zoe has encountered the Ice Warriors, setting this after The Seeds of Death. Jamie references having visited space prisons, setting this after The Prison in Space. Last of the Cybermen places their trip to Saturn between The Apocalypse Mirror and The Space Pirates.
The TARDIS crew have just left the LIZ 79, setting this immediately after The Space Pirates.
Conversation about the vortex suggests that this is set after Vortex of Fear.
The Doctor is switched with his sixth incarnation by the Monk. Jamie claims not to have encountered the Cybermen since The Isos Network, with The Invasion having happened "weeks back", and the events of The Space Pirates were "last Wednesday". The Sixth Doctor uses the Hypercube the Second Doctor stole from Quadrigger Stoyn, setting this after The Dying Light. The Sixth Doctor believes that the events of The War Games might occur "the next time the TARDIS lands", but admits that he is unsure.
Final adventures with Jamie and Zoe [ ]
Zoe has only been travelling with the Doctor and Jamie for a few weeks.
Jamie recalls the events of The Space Pirates, and mentions he has been travelling with the Doctor and Zoe for "far more time than [he could] care to think of". He also recalls the events of The Invasion as being "not so long ago".
Zoe is familiar with the Daleks, setting this after Fear of the Daleks. Jamie and Zoe aren't familiar with regeneration.
The Doctor, Jamie and Zoe are separated for six months. The Doctor is familiar with UNIT, setting this after The Invasion. Zoe notes that she has only been travelling with the Doctor for a short time.
The Doctor does some exploring on his own while Jamie and Zoe are taking in the sights.
Zoe is mentioned to have stayed behind in the TARDIS.
The Doctor has faced the Krotons, setting this after The Krotons.
The Doctor investigates some mysterious robberies on behalf of UNIT. ( AUDIO: Tales from the Vault )
Zoe recalls the events of The Seeds of Death.
Zoe mentions the T-Mat from The Seeds of Death. She and Jamie are kidnapped Adam Mitchell, leading directly into Endgame.
The Doctor joins with his other incarnations to rescue Jamie and Zoe from Adam and the Master, and assists the other Doctors in saving their companions as well.
Zoe has met the Ice Warriors, setting this after The Seeds of Death.
The Doctor is traveling with Jamie and Zoe, but makes them stay in the TARDIS upon seeing the armed guards.
Set long after Year of the Drex Olympics, with the Venusian aikido skills the Doctor practiced having gone "rusty". Zoe recalls facing Cybermen, Ice Warriors and the Quarks.
The Doctor recalls the events of The True Tragedie of Macbeth.
The Doctor recalls the events of The Glorious Revolution.
Zoe mentions the Brigadier, setting this after The Invasion.
Trial [ ]
Needing their help to stop the War Lords, the Doctor surrenders his location to the Time Lords, but makes to flee with Jamie and Zoe before he can be caught.
Set during The War Games: Episode 9, just before the Doctor uses the hypercube.
The Doctor, Jamie and Zoe are attempting to flee from the Time Lords.
The Doctor is fleeing from the Time Lords.
Despite the Doctor's best efforts, the TARDIS is seized by the Time Lords. After Jamie and Zoe are returned home with their memories of him wiped, the Doctor stands trial before the Time Lords. His sentence is an exile to Earth in the 20th century and an enforced regeneration. ( TV: The War Games )
Set during The War Games: Episode 10, after the Doctor is captured by the Time Lords. He recalls the events of The Three Doctors.
Set during the penultimate scene of The War Games: Episode 10, while also acting as an extension of the Doctor's trial.
Set during the final scene of The War Games.
After the trial [ ]
Follows directly from The War Games, with the Doctor's sentence revoked on the condition that he works as a "hired gun" for the Celestial Intervention Agency, with Serena acting as his companion, though she is killed during their first mission.
Set during World Game, after the Doctor asks to be sent to World War II to see if the soldiers from the War Games have been sent home.
The Doctor has flecks of grey in his hair.
The Doctor attends the Brigadier's funeral.
The Doctor salutes the Brigadier with his other incarnations.
The Doctor visits the Brigadier at a UNIT reunion, though he claims to be "bending" the Laws of Time to do so. The Doctor remembers Jamie and Zoe's memories being wiped during The War Games. He has flecks of grey in his hair.
The Doctor has a tint of grey in his hair.
The Doctor has grey-hair and is travelling alone, setting this shortly before The Two Doctors.
After taking "a few stops" along the way, the Doctor returns to the Celestial Intervention Agency, though now sports grey hair brought on by stress. The Doctor bargains to have Jamie returned to him to ensure his silence on Serena's death. Ending leads into The Two Doctors, with a grey-haired Doctor and an older Jamie going to meet Joinson Dastari at . Space Station Camera
Working for the CIA [ ]
Working with Jamie [ ]
All stories that feature Jamie as a young adult, and which has the Doctor in control of the TARDIS and able to remember afterwards, must be set during Season 6B.
Jamie is wearing his clothes from The Two Doctors.
Jamie still believes Victoria to be away on her graphology studies, as he said in The Two Doctors, but the Doctor is using his sonic screwdriver, which he didn't use until Victoria left in Fury from the Deep, thus placing this story in Season 6B.
Set shortly after Helicon Prime.
The Doctor and Jamie are explicitly working for the Doctor's people.
The Doctor and Jamie go back in time to kill a dictator as a baby. However, the Doctor is unable to go through with the act. ( PROSE: Categorical Imperative )
The Doctor has complete control of the TARDIS, placing this in Season 6B.
Though he does not appear, the Doctor is currently travelling with Jamie. He alludes to the events of The Three Doctors.
After these adventures, Jamie is returned to his own time by the CIA, and the Doctor continues his adventures alone. ( AUDIO: Helicon Prime ) Presumably, his travels with Jamie caused his hair's stress-induced greyness to return to its old black colour. ( COMIC: Action in Exile )
Working alone [ ]
The Doctor is noted to have a "pitiful" demeanour as he departs on his own. He is also investigating, implying a Season 6B setting.
The Doctor is traveling with Zoe, with the absence of Jamie left unexplained. Zoe is inexplicably depicted with a masculine haircut, and wearing her clothes from Space Station W3, which implies this is set after her departure and that she has rejoined the Doctor to help find the Key to Time.
The Doctor recognises the Master in Tremas's body, setting this after The Five Doctors. His hair is black instead of grey.
The Doctor is investigating a time distortion, setting this during Season 6B.
Sequel story to The Invasion. The Doctor describes the Brigadier as an "old soldier", setting this after The Five Doctors.
The Doctor has control of the TARDIS, and dispenses justice for a murder, implying a Season 6B setting.
The Doctor prevents Santa Claus from damaging the Web of Time, implying a Season 6B setting.
The Doctor prevents a Golem from taking its revenge on humanity prematurely, setting this during Season 6B.
The Doctor takes on Tarlos as a companion after his visit to Triketha, and they have many adventures together before the Doctor apparently returns him home. The Doctor's memories of Tarlos are then erased by the Time Lords. ( AUDIO: Colony of Fear )
The Doctor is sent on a mission to Karn by the Time Lords, who offer to annul his death sentence. However, he discovers that the Time Lords have been sending him on missions and wiping his memory several times over, with no intention of rescinding his exile. His memory is wiped again and he is prepared for another mission. The Doctor notes the battered appearance of the TARDIS console, implying he has already been sent on many missions by the Time Lords.
The Second Doctor unites with his other incarnations to help a group of people seal the Time Fracture.
Hiding in luxury [ ]
Unable to hide behind CIA protection, the Doctor has his sentence of exile to Earth enforced, but he is able to escape before he can be forcibly regenerated. ( COMIC: The Night Walkers )
Recently exiled, the Doctor takes up residence in the Carlton Grange Hotel in London during the 1960s.
The general public have become aware of the Doctor's presence at the Carlton Grange Hotel.
The Doctor is invited to give a lecture at a university due to his growing notoriety. He claims to be 500-years-old.
Ensnared by a Time Lord trap, the Doctor is forced to regenerate into his next incarnation by scarecrows animated by the Time Lords.
As he is forcibly regenerated by the Time Lords, the Second Doctor looks back on his life and thinks of his companions. ( PROSE: Timewyrm: Apocalypse )
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Currently unplaced [ ]
These entries are placed here due to being part of ongoing storylines that have yet to offer sufficient enough evidence to be placed in a specific part of this Doctor's timeline, unless further evidence arises in the stories to come.
Awaiting placement [ ]
These entries are placed here until a suitable position in the timeline can be determined based on the available evidence.
Quotes [ ]