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This page lists appearances of the Seventh Doctor in the order in which he experienced them. This timeline is based upon observations of the Doctor Who universe and the events that occur during each of these stories. From these observations we have attempted to build a concise timeline. It is assumed, much like its TV story counterparts that for each novel or audio series their published/numbered order is the order they occur in. This does not apply to short stories which are often ambiguous about their placement. There are also many gaps between stories.

The layout of this timeline is in part based on the observations on Doctor Who Reference Guide and Doctor Who - The Complete Adventures, as well as Lance Parkin's AHistory and other sources that allow us to make observations, such as The Whoniverse, Doctor Who Reviews, Doc Oho's Book Reviews, The History of Doctor Who, The Discontinuity Guide, Clive Banks databanks, Whopix, the Big Finish forums and The Divergent Universe forum. None of these sources should be used solely as a source or considered a "true" timeline for stories.

Additionally there are statements on the back many BBC Past Doctor Adventures novels that state between which TV stories the novel takes place between. These can be used to narrow the field, but should not be viewed as the only placement for these novels.

RealWorld

Organisational aids Edit

The Doctor's timeline is organised by companion, TARDIS, outfit, and personality. However, few indicators are absolute. His companions often leave and rejoin him, he switches TARDISes and TARDIS interiors multiple times, he sometimes explicitly wears the "wrong" outfit for a period, and his personality can be difficult to pin down. He's also seen removing his more "useless" memories in PROSE: Timewyrm: Genesys, explaining errors in continuity he makes.

Stories where the Doctor travels alone are most often organised by personality: if he is more lighthearted, they can be placed early in his life or immediately before the end, while stories where he is more sombre are usually placed close to, but not immediately before, his death.

The Doctor switches from usually wearing his lighter jacket to usually wearing the darker one in AUDIO: 1963: The Assassination Games. His white linen suit is introduced in PROSE: White Darkness, though he might have worn it before. Stories where he wears his tweed jacket should be placed after PROSE: So Vile a Sin.

Stories where the Doctor travels in his alternate self's TARDIS take place after PROSE: Blood Heat and before PROSE: Happy Endings, but often which TARDIS he is using goes unmentioned, and what companions he is with are a more useful indicator. Stories where he travels in his black TARDIS take place after AUDIO: Lurkers at Sunlight's Edge and before AUDIO: Gods and Monsters. Stories where the TARDIS is white take place after AUDIO: The Angel of Scutari and before AUDIO: Gods and Monsters

Companions Edit

Any stories where the Doctor is travelling with just Melanie Bush must take place between Time and the Rani and Dragonfire, while any story with her and Ace must follow A Life of Crime.

Any stories involving a younger Ace must take place from Dragonfire to Love and War, while any story where Ace has combat-training must take place after Deceit.

Any stories where he travels with Bernice Summerfield must take place between Love and War and Deceit, or between Set Piece and Happy Endings. Any stories where Ace and Benny's relationship is non-antagonistic must take place after No Future.

Any story with Roz Forrester and Chris Cwej as companions must take place between Original Sin and So Vile a Sin. Any story featuring just Chris as a companion must take place before Lungbarrow.

Any story where the Doctor and Ace travel with Hex must take place between The Harvest and Signs and Wonders.

Complications Edit

The Doctor edits his more "useless" memories in Timewyrm: Genesys, which can explain anything he's forgotten from previous incarnations and adventures.

The Doctor Who Magazine comics start off with the Doctor travelling with Frobisher, who acts like Peri Brown has just departed, before he himself leaves the series. The early comics also portray the Doctor as he acted in Time and the Rani, until Nemesis of the Daleks sees him act as the manipulator he had become in the latter part of his television tenure.

Ace Edit

Ace loses some of her memories in Timewyrm: Genesys and The Prisoner's Dilemma, which can explain anything she's forgotten from her previous travels.

Throughout their travels together, Ace continued to mature and come to terms with her past and how she coped with it. The early audios that have her and the Doctor traveling with Raine Creevy generally follow the characteristics established by the television series; an immature rebel who enjoys explosives and is often in the dark about the Doctor's plans.

In Virgin New Adventures, Ace undergoes major character development after a fallout with the Doctor. It is this version of Ace that develops with the Doctor and Bernice Summerfield in the VNA series, after returning from fighting the Daleks with Spacefleet; She often identifies herself as a soldier, and is abrasive toward the Doctor and Benny, at least until No Future, where the three resolve their differences. Ace then becomes less prone to using explosives, more dedicated to TARDIS-life, and more accepting of the Doctor's manipulative nature, until she leaves again to become Time's Vigilante.

David Bishop, when writing Enemy of the Daleks, based Ace on the combat-trained "New Ace" from the New Adventures; this potentially indicates that the audio is set after Deceit.

The biggest complication surrounding Ace is her death in Ground Zero, in which she is shown travelling with the Doctor as he is seen in Doctor Who.

TARDIS interior Edit

Following on from The Chameleon Factor, the TARDIS is changed to a beige design and retains it for most of the Doctor's continued travels.

At some point before The Armageddon Gambit, the Seventh Doctor gained another control room, with the time rotor connected to the ceiling instead of the floor.

While travelling in the TARDIS of an alternate universe version of his third Incarnation, the Seventh Doctor had a transitional version of his Victorian parlour control room by Human Nature, as shown in the ebook art. Later, in Lungbarrow his own TARDIS changes into a Victorian parlour design to resemble the Doctor's family estate in the House of Lungbarrow, and retains the look into Doctor Who.

However, in The Settling, the TARDIS is redecorated by the Doctor, Ace and Hex to the Victorian parlour design seen in Doctor Who, though it reverts to the old design from Black and White to Gods and Monsters.

In Signs and Wonders, the TARDIS is damaged and resets to a white room without a console. The Doctor claims that it needs time to rebuild and that he should be able to restore the configuration.

Also, Excelis Decays claims that the Doctor apparently built the Victorian parlour design himself.

Furthermore, in Ground Zero, the elderly Doctor is using his old interior design until the TARDIS is damaged and forced to change the interior design, with the authorial intent being that it changed to the Victorian parlour design in the lead up to Doctor Who.

Timeline Edit

Travels with Mel Edit

The Seventh Doctor's persona begins to emerge as his previous incarnation regenerates.
Immediately after regenerating from his previous incarnation, the Doctor is thrown into a confrontation with the Rani on Lakertya. He claims to be 953-years-old.
Set immediately after Time and the Rani, with the Doctor bemoaning the loss of his scarf and umbrella on Lakertya, and still adjusting to his new body.
The Doctor is still recovering from the effects of his recent regeneration, as shown by the large amount of the lindos hormone in his system.
The Doctor brings a new hat stand back into the TARDIS console room. He acts much like his immediate predecessor, suggesting he is still recovering from his regeneration.
Mel is wearing the same clothes she wore in Paradise Towers.
Mel is wearing the same clothes she wore in Paradise Towers.
Pex's sacrifice from Paradise Towers is still on Mel's mind.
The Doctor's umbrella is damaged, with him suggesting it time he acquired a new one.
The Doctor and Mel broker peace on Prosper.
Set between Paradise Towers and Delta and the Bannermen.[1] The Doctor is carrying his red umbrella, setting this after The Warehouse.
Set between Paradise Towers and Delta and the Bannermen.[2]The Doctor is carrying his red question mark umbrella, setting this after The Warehouse. The two versions of the story detail what happens when the Doctor is coerced into changing the past, but offers no conclusion about which of the versions is the "correct" one.
The Doctor has replaced his whangee handled umbrella with one with a large red question mark designed handle.
The Doctor is carrying his red question mark umbrella, setting this after Delta and the Bannermen.
The Doctor and Mel meet Emil Hartung. The Doctor realises he will have to leave Mel soon, so that her morals don't compromise his agenda. (PROSE: Just War)
The Doctor still acts light-hearted, but Mel is starting to feel alienated by him.
The Doctor acts more brooding, something Mel claims to have never seen in him before.
Despite the Big Finish website placing this between Time and the Rani and Paradise Towers[3], it was the authorial intent of Stewart Sheargold that this story goes between Delta and the Bannermen and Dragonfire.[source needed] The Doctor is carrying his red question mark umbrella, setting this after Delta and the Bannermen. The Doctor acts more brooding around Mel, setting this after The Fires of Vulcan.
On Iceworld, the Doctor and Mel bump into Sabalom Glitz again, and also meet a time-displaced 16-year-old girl named Ace. While Mel leaves to travel with Glitz, the Doctor offers to let Ace travel with him in the TARDIS, and she accepts.
Set during the ending of Dragonfire: Episode 1.

Early travels with Ace Edit

Ace has "only just come on board" the TARDIS, though has been aboard long enough to use up several cans of deodorant, and is exploring her new surroundings.
Ace is familiar with the TARDIS, but is surprised that the Doctor keeps secrets, setting this early in their travels.
The Doctor plays the spoons, which Master indicated he did less as he matured, setting this early in his travels with Ace.
The Doctor and Ace go back in time to kill a dictator as a baby, but are unable to go through with it.
Ace is carrying around the baseball bat that was destroyed in Remembrance of the Daleks.
Ace's first time in New York City.
The Doctor and Ace attend the coronation of Elizabeth II.
Ace feels the Doctor is showing off with his time travel shenanigans.
The Doctor, who is beginning to lean towards his scheming ways, gives his white coat to Rebeekan, and begins thinking about changing it for a brown one.
Ace encounters the Daleks for the first time. According to Head Games, this was the first time she doubted the Doctor's motives.
The Doctor remains in the TARDIS while Ace visits Judith Winters in 1993, thirty years after Remembrance of the Daleks.
Ace learns that the TARDIS is stuck with the police box exterior due to a broken chameleon circuit, and begins questioning the Doctor's intentions and motivations.

Ercildoune Edit

The Doctor and Ace visit 1926 Africa. The Doctor leaves Ace with an old friend, Naikosiai, while he attends to some business alone.
The Doctor takes up residence at Ercildoune in Scotland in the 13th century, using it as a base from which to set out on various travels for roughly two years. (PROSE: Birthright)
The Doctor visits 1909 London, and saves Barbara Wright's grandfather, Ernie Wright, from being arrested for a murder he did not commit. The Doctor claims that he has business to attend to in Soho, and then somewhere else "a long, long way away" from Soho.
The Doctor visits Margaret Waterfield at 39 Dean Street Soho to warn her of Benny's imminent arrival. Next, he visits Coutts Bank in 1868 London with Victoria Waterfield. The Doctor asks Margaret what her favourite flowers are, knowing in advance the day she dies.
The Doctor arranges for flowers to be sent to Margaret Waterfield's funeral.
The Doctor visits the court of Elizabeth I, and persuades the Queen to send Jared Khan on a fool's errand, spends five years teaching Mikhail Popov English in St Petersburg, knowing that he would help Bernice in London and arranges for Herbert Asquith to have Bernice Summerfield released from Holloway prison.
The Doctor leaves Ercildoune for the last time, shortly before the Charl Queen arrives looking for the TARDIS. He asks Jared Khan to travel through the glen and leaves him with advice to "follow the bonny bonny road should anyone give him the choice". Khan would later strike a deal with the Charl Queen.
The Doctor returns to Africa to collect Ace. Though she tells him that he's been gone for hours, the Doctor responds that it "[felt] like years" for him. The Doctor and Ace leave for Terra Alpha, setting this immediately before The Happiness Patrol.

Further travels with Ace Edit

Broadcasted out-of-production-order on John Nathan-Turner's orders, to accommodate real world timing into the broadcast schedule.
After The Happiness Patrol, Ace asks the Doctor how he operates, and believes they come to an understanding.
Broadcasted out-of-production-order on John Nathan-Turner's orders, to accommodate with the twenty-fifth anniversary of Doctor Who. Ace encounters the Cybermen for the first time. The Doctor spots a chess set in Lady Peinforte's home and realises that Fenric is orchestrating events in his favour.
In an alternate timeline created by Rassilon and the Cybermen, the Doctor finds Ace converted into a Cyberman during Silver Nemesis.
The Doctor does not have much control over events, and his relationship with Ace is more trusting, setting this in their early travels. Ace has encountered Nazis during her travels with the Doctor, setting this after Silver Nemesis.
The Doctor, out gift-shopping for a friend, mentions that Ace likes Charlton Athletic, which he learnt in Silver Nemesis.
Broadcasted out-of-production-order on John Nathan-Turner's orders, due to a delay brought about by the 1988 Olympics, explained how Ace was wearing Flowerchild's earring in Silver Nemesis, despite acquiring it during this serial.
The Doctor is wearing his off-white jacket. Ace is described as a teenage, is carrying a baseball bat, and has a Charlton Athletic badge pinned to her jacket.
Set soon after The Time and Tide.
The Doctor is described as wearing a light jacket with a patterned sweater.
The Doctor recalls his movements in 1963 from Remembrance of the Daleks and an unknown second adventure. At the conclusion, the Doctor changes into his chocolate brown jacket for the first time.
The Doctor is wearing his brown jacket, and the TARDIS has the console room from the television series. According to the introduction, the events of The Greatest Show in the Galaxy happened "not so long ago". Ace convinces Mags to take a trip in the TARDIS.
The Doctor has not yet told Ace about regeneration, and she doesn't know who the Master is, setting this before Survival.
Though she is absent, the Doctor is currently travelling with Ace.
Ace has faced the Daleks and Cybermen. She knows the Doctor can regenerate, setting this after The Light at the End.
The Doctor is travelling with Ace, and together they trap an Elder God. The Doctor is wearing his brown coat and plays the spoons.

Temporary companions Edit

After leaving Ace in the Cretaceous period,the Doctor spends some time travelling alone, (COMIC: Train-Flight) and is reunited with his old friend Frobisher for a time. (COMIC: A Cold Day in Hell!)
The Doctor is travelling with Frobisher. Frobisher decides to leave the Doctor, claiming that he isn't needed as much without Peri. After a final adventure together, Frobisher stays on A-Lux in the 41st century, while the Doctor departs with a female Dreilyn named Olla.
Olla is handed over to Skaroux, whom she stole money from, leaving the Doctor alone again.

Solo adventures Edit

The Doctor reveals that some point before The Crossroads of Time, he sent Death's Head into the "robot universe".
After colliding with him in the Time Vortex, the Doctor uses a TCE to shrink Death's Head to human size.
Feeling old and useless, the Doctor considers returning the Gallifrey for good. After saving the Culture, the Doctor feels a renewed sense of purpose and leaves looking for another adventure.
The Doctor 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. Due to a "glitch" caused by the TARDISes surrounding each other, he briefly ages to his Doctor Who appearance when saving Gallifrey.[source needed]
Though the Doctor is depicted on the audio's cover with the aged appearance he had in Doctor Who, the TARDIS sound effects are from his white TARDIS interior from Time and the Rani. His aged appearance is retconed by the audio adaptation of Cold Fusion, where the Doctor speaks of the events of The Sirens of Time in the past tense.
The Doctor begins trying to get to Maruthea for Bonjaxx's birthday.
The Doctor is still attempting to attend Bonjaxx's birthday on Marathea.
The Doctor is still attempting to attend Bonjaxx's birthday on Marathea.
The Doctor and Death's Head cross paths again, and come to an uneasy truce.
The Doctor is still attempting to attend Bonjaxx's birthday on Marathea.
While still searching for Banjaxx's party, the Doctor meets Abslom Daak, a professional Dalek killer. The Doctor believes Davros to be the Dalek Emperor, indicating that this is set after Remembrance of the Daleks for the Doctor.
The Doctor has begun wearing a dark brown variant of his jacket.
The Doctor is acting as a representative for the Time Lords.
The Doctor is no longer trying to get to Maruthea, and is wearing his dark jacket.
The Doctor is depicted with his brown coat. He gives his past incarnation the Hand of Omega, setting this after he sent it off to Gallifrey in Remembrance of the Daleks.
The Doctor is wearing his dark jacket, and appears to be traveling alone
The Doctor doesn't recognise the Eighth Doctor, setting this before The Shadow of the Scourge, where he's well aware of his successor's appearance.
The Doctor writes in his diary about having just defeated the Kalik in Train-Flight. Having felt distracted lately, the Doctor decides he needs to find a way to concentrate, presumably leading into his retrieval of Ace.

Growing darker Edit

The Doctor retrieves Ace from the Cretaceous period of Earth's pre-history, and the two resume travelling together.
Broadcast out-of-production-order on John Nathan-Turner's orders, to accommodate real world timing into the broadcast schedule. Ace meets the Brigadier for the first time in her life, while the Doctor meets him for the first time since his sixth regeneration.
Broadcast out-of-production-order on John Nathan-Turner's orders, to accommodate real world timing into the broadcast schedule.
Broadcast out-of-production-order on John Nathan-Turner's orders, as the episode's theme fitted well with the Halloween broadcast slot. Fenric's master plan reaches its climax, but the Doctor is able to best his foe again. Ace is gifted an authentic cap insignia of the Red Army by Captain Sorin.
Broadcast out-of-production-order on John Nathan-Turner's orders, to accommodate real world timing into the broadcast schedule. The novelisation details how the Doctor and Ace have returned to Earth for the first time since The Curse of Fenric, which was a week before. Ace encounters the Master for the first time on Cheetah World, and both become infected with the Cheetah virus, though Ace begins to recover by the serial's conclusion.
Ace has a conversation echoing another that she had "not so long ago" in The Curse of Fenric. The earthbound setting places this after Survival.
The Doctor gives Clio a Blue Peter badge on Ace's behalf.
Ace is under 18-years-of-age and is familiar with UNIT and the Brigadier, setting this after Battlefield.
Though the book's blurb would place this between The Curse of Fenric and Survival, the earthbound environment sets this after Survival. The Doctor also has it noted that he should leave a settee for his younger self to land on in Perivale, a reference to Survival.

Work to do Edit

Ace references the events of Ghost Light.
Ace recognises the Master and the Cheetah People, setting this after Survival.
While Ace is asleep, the Doctor travels back in time to apologise to baby Ace for the events of Ghost Light and The Curse of Fenric, and for the pain "yet to come".
The Doctor mentions that his companion is having a hangover after a night testing drinks from the TARDIS food replicator.
Ace recognises the Master, setting this after Survival. After thwarting the Mater's scheme, Ace is kidnapped Adam Mitchell, leading directly into Endgame.
The Doctor joins with his other incarnations to rescue Ace from Adam and the Master, and assists the other Doctors in saving their companions as well.
This is Ace's first encounter with an Ice Warrior. The Doctor claims to have never delivered a baby before he delivers baby Raine Creevy. The Doctor tries to get Ace accepted into the Time Lord Academy, but she turns down the offer and is also rejected by the Time Lords.
Set almost immediately after Thin Ice. After defeating the Metatraxi, the Doctor offers Raine Creevy the chance to travel in the TARDIS, which she accepts.
Raine's first journey is to Margrave University in 2001, where, she discovers that her father has died. Upset by the revelation, Raine decides to stay at Margrave for a short time.
Set "more than twenty months" before Timewyrm: Revelation.
It has been some time since the Doctor and Ace last saw Raine, who decides to return to the TARDIS.
Under unknown circumstances, Raine leaves the TARDIS again.
Ace refers to her escape from the underwater spaceship in Battlefield, and meeting her grandmother during The Curse of Fenric. She is still under the legal drinking age. Miss Gallowglass gives a cryptic warning to the Doctor and Ace about the upcoming events of Independence Day.
The Doctor and Ace have just left the Blitz, setting this immediately after Illegal Alien. Ace is 17-years-old, and the Valeyard uses the Dark Matrix to briefly reawaken the Cheetah virus within her, presumably amplifying her continued difficulties with the virus. Months have passed since the Doctor and Ace were on Cheetah World.
Set immediately after Matrix.
Ace is depicted with the same character traits she showed in Illegal Alien.
The Doctor and Ace meet Bev Tarrant.
Ace refers to the recent events of Storm Harvest and The Genocide Machine. The Doctor refers to his encounter with the Master from Stop the Pigeon. The Doctor discovers Ace's future dead body, and tries to keep her out of danger, leading into Heritage.
It has been months since Ace went anywhere interesting and the Doctor is still paranoid about Ace's potential death. Ace hasn't yet worn her special sunglasses from the New Adventures era, setting this before Timewyrm: Genesys.
Ace has more experienced and confident, and knows more about future technology than she used too.
Sequel to Illegal Alien. Set several weeks after Heritage, with the Doctor still recovering from Mel's death. Ace is killed by George Limb, but the Doctor manipulates events so that, when Limb's plans are thwarted by James Dean, the timeline recreates itself with Ace still alive, though slightly altered.

Trouble with the Timewyrm Edit

When the Doctor restores Ace's memories, the first thing that she recalls is the events of Survival, and she still feels some of the after-effects of the Cheetah virus. She knows about regeneration, and is aware that the Doctor has regenerated six times.
Set immediately after Timewyrm: Genesys.
The Seventh Doctor and Ace are observed visiting the Festival of Britain during Timewyrm: Exodus by an amnesiac Eighth Doctor.
Ace sees an animal in the TARDIS, foreshadowing Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible.
The Doctor and Ace have "only just left Kirith", setting this immediately after Timewyrm: Apocalypse. Ace is now in her early 20s.
Visiting Ethan Amberglass whilst in hospital, the Doctor mentions the recent events of Timewyrm: Revelation.

The best of friends Edit

Ace is described as being "about 20", and acts like a mentor to a group of teenagers.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures. The Doctor mentions that he's recently been unable to take the TARDIS away from Earth. He has also been redecorating the TARDIS and has discarded his question mark pullover.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures. The Doctor finally reaches Maruthea, just as his predecessor is leaving. The Doctor converses with a future incarnation while a bar fight happens around them. Both Doctors leave with their companion in their respective TARDIS as the Fourth Doctor arrives, trying to find Brighton Pavilion.
The Doctor remembers that his real reason to come to Maruthea was to tidy up loose ends with Death's Head. He stuns the original Death's Head and wipes his memory of his encounter with Death's Head II.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures. The Doctor locates his old signet ring in the TARDIS control console and decides to resume wearing it. Complications caused by the ring result in the TARDIS interior changing to a new design.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures. The TARDIS' chameleon circuit is inexplicably working, and has changed the TARDIS's form into a Cadillac.
The Doctor, Ace and Raine, who is traveling in the TARDIS, have just left Smithwood Manor.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
The Doctor is wearing his dark brown jacket underneath his duffle-coat, and Ace looks older than her television counterpart.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures. When listing the worst creatures she can imagine, Ace mentions the Daleks, the Timewyrm and the Cybermen.
Three years have passed since Ace left Perivale, and she hasn't seen her mother, Audrey Dudman, in the interim. The Doctor hasn't been to Alaska, and Ace has learnt how to swear in eleven alien languages. The TARDIS is damaged following an explosion in the console room. The Doctor sends Ace on a mission to Turkey while he takes care of some business of his own.

Time alone Edit

The Doctor is wearing his dark jacket, and appears to be traveling alone.
The Doctor carries a Telphin life-seed to Earth. (COMIC: Memorial)
The Doctor has Excalibur in his TARDIS, setting this after Battlefield.
The Doctor is depicted in his brown coat on the cover and he has a more jovial outlook, implying a setting before Nightshade, where he becomes more dedicated to his plans.

Beginnings as Time's champion Edit

Ace spends at least three months in Turkey before she reunites with the Doctor, who has been operating out of Smithwood Manor and claims that the TARDIS is "waiting" after Ace inquires about how it is, following the damage done to it in Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible.
Set during Cat's Cradle: Warhead, according to Interweaving with the New Adventures.
Ace can still feel the biological effects of being on the Cheetah planet. The TARDIS gets infected by demonic protoplasm.
Ace has already been traveling with the Doctor for several years.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
An opening annotation places this story directly after the consecutive events of Memorial and Nightshade, which is supported by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
Ace has been traveling with the Doctor for years. The Doctor and Ace are joined on their travels by Neil Hilton, whom spends years with them.
Ace recalls losing her memory, setting this after Timewyrm: Genesys.
The Doctor and Ace spend a month attempting to defeat CEREBRA.
According to the studio script, this audio is set after Survival.[4] The Doctor explains fixed points in time to Ace, and is manipulating events around one of them to get an outcome of his choosing, implying this takes place during his time as "Time's Champion".
The Doctor is making a cube in his lab that Ace must not know about, setting this shortly before Love and War.
The Doctor is acquainted with Abslom Daak, setting this after Nemesis of the Daleks. Ace claims that the events of Nightshade occurred some months ago.
After saving Heaven, the weary Doctor travels alone in the Time Vortex for a long time, "visiting some worlds and drifting past others in the process." (Love and War)
The Doctor is travelling alone without a companion and is trying to atone for his past mistakes.
The Doctor is alone, wearing his dark jacket and in an introspective mood.
The Doctor appears to be alone, and in need of reassurance that some of his plans have worked out as he intended.
The Doctor watches Sonia Bannen being killed in a food riot.
Returning to the 26th century, Ace leaves the Doctor after realising that his manipulations resulted in the death of Jan Rydd, a man she had fallen in love with. Bernice Summerfield agrees to travel with the Doctor in her place, but only after he promises not to play games with her life.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures. The Doctor says that Benny has just joined his company.
The Doctor is alone with Bernice and wears his light jacket, placing this shortly after Pureblood.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
As the Doctor leaves in the TARDIS, he calls out to Benny.
The Doctor inexplicably has a sonic screwdriver.

Ace returns Edit

Several days following the events of The Pit, Benny wonders how much the destruction of the Seven Planets affected the Doctor. Three years after leaving the Doctor on Heaven, Ace decides to return to the TARDIS, but no longer trusts the Doctor. The TARDIS is cured of the protoplasm infection from Cat's Cradle: Witch Mark.
The Doctor gives his age as 943.
Ace is more curt and aggressive, setting this not long after her return in Deceit.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
The Doctor and an Old One are in an antagonistic relationship, setting this before their truce in Signs and Wonders. The Doctor begins wearing a cream linen suit and fedora.
Ace still keeps track of her age. The Doctor decides he needs a holiday, leading into Birthright and Iceberg.
The Doctor gives Bernice the keys to the TARDIS, and leaves her in control, having arranged for it to crash in Victorian London, leading directly into Iceberg.
Set at the same time as Birthright, with the events of both novels occurring concurrently for the Doctor, Ace and Benny.
Set concurrently with the events of Iceberg, with the Doctor being absent for the majority of Birthright. The Doctor's deceptions cost him Benny's trust.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.

Struggling with alternate timelines Edit

A few months have passed since Deceit, but the events of Birthright are recent. The TARDIS falls through a puncture in the Time Vortex, and the Doctor later realises that someone is toying with time. The Doctor acquires a new sonic screwdriver from the possessions of his deceased alternate third incarnation, and also takes that Doctor's TARDIS after his is lost in a tar pit.
Ace still does not trust the Doctor, nor does the TARDIS from the alternate world. The Doctor discovers that the one who created the Silurian Earth has successfully altered the flow of time in the real universe.
The Doctor fixes the chameleon circuit in his new TARDIS.
Its been a week since The Left-Handed Hummingbird, with the Doctor spending most of this time in the sick bay. Benny decides to stay with the Doctor after struggling with her inability to trust him. The Doctor learns history is going to change again, and he sets out to find the cause, leading into No Future.
The Doctor discovers that Mortimus has been corrupting the timeline as a revenge stunt, but is able to defeat his enemy and regain Ace's trust. He also smashes the chameleon circuit of his TARDIS with a hammer, destroying it. The Doctor thinks he killed the Master in Survival, despite having spoken of him in the present tense during Deceit.

Amicable travels Edit

Set shortly after No Future, with the Doctor having found "a spring in [his] step" from his battle with Mortimus. The Doctor has had experience with delivering babies, setting this after Thin Ice.
Ace refers to the recent events of No Future.
Placement established by Interweaving with the New Adventures.
The TARDIS has been to Olleril recently, setting this shortly after Tragedy Day. As far as Ace knows, this is the first time she has seen an Ice Warrior. Benny, who has never been on Mars before this point in her life, takes a temporary leave of absence from the TARDIS.
Though the book's blurb would place this immediately after Survival, the Doctor is wearing his cream linen suit from White Darkness, and Ace is depicted with the confidence and general demeanour she had in the Virgin New Adventures. With Benny absent, this must take place during her brief leave-of-absence.
Benny returns to the TARDIS after her temporary leave of absence that started in Legacy.
Set between All-Consuming Fire and Blood Harvest.[5]
The Doctor is wearing his white suit from White Darkness, though the TARDIS console room is the one from before Final Genesis.
Set after The Shadow of the Scourge.[6]
The Doctor sends Ace and Benny on a mission to Antarctica.
The Doctor, Benny and Ace spend a month in Liverpool in the early 1990s.
The Doctor, Benny and Ace end up in E-space, where they find Romana and return her to Gallifrey, where she opts to remain.
Some time has passed since Blood Harvest, with Ace getting trigger-happy due to the lack of dangerous adventures.
The Doctor and Ace encounter the Master for the first time since Survival. Ace fatally shoots the Master, but he is able to regenerate into a new form. Ace considers leaving the TARDIS.
Ace has her head shaved clean.
Ace's hair is still re-growing from the events of St Anthony's Fire.
It has been at least a full year since No Future. Ace is still thinking about when she'll leave the Doctor.
The Doctor, Ace and Benny have been at Smithwood Manor for almost a year.
Ace is 26-years-old and the Doctor celebrates his 1000th birthday. After an ordeal with the Robot Ants, Ace leaves the TARDIS crew to become "Time's Vigilante".

Alone with Benny Edit

Set Piece was the Doctor's last previous adventure.
The TARDIS has only just left Gadrell Major, setting this immediately after Infinite Requiem.
The Doctor changes himself into a human to understand Benny's grief over the death of Guy de Carnac, which happened in Sanctuary. After he resumes his Time Lord identity, he is given a cat named Wolsey as a pet.
Benny recalls the events of Love and War and Deceit. The Doctor and Benny have been getting used to a less combative and more contemplative dynamic in the TARDIS since Ace left.

Chris and Roz Edit

Shortly before meeting Chris and Roz for the first time, the Doctor rescues Kadiatu from a slave ship while Benny is asleep in her room. (PROSE: The Also People)
The Doctor and Benny are joined by Adjudicators Roz Forrester and Chris Cwej, who wish to escape the corruption and manipulation rife on Earth in their time.
Three-odd subjective years have passed since Love and War. Two days have passed since Original Sin, however this time was spent inside the TARDIS.
Set immediately after Sky Pirates!
The Doctor is wearing his white linen suit and appears to be travelling alone, with his mission being to talk a man with good intentions into killing himself because of foreknowledge of a possible future.
Set two weeks after Toy Soldiers. Ending leads directly into The Also People.
Ending leads directly into Warchild.
Set immediately after Sleepy. Jason Kane proposes to Benny, and she accepts, leading into Happy Endings.
Benny leaves the Doctor's company after her wedding to Jason Kane. The Doctor retrieves his original TARDIS from the Charrl after it was lost to him during Blood Heat.
The Doctor, Roz and Chris have only just left Benny and Jason's wedding, setting this immediately after Happy Endings.
The Doctor, Roz and Chris have only just left Mars, setting this immediately after GodEngine.
The Doctor, Chris and Roz spend several months infiltrating a terrorist cell.
The Doctor, Roz and Chris spend a couple of months in 21st century Earth. The Doctor hints to Benny that he knows the circumstances of his regeneration.
The back cover of the book places this between Return of the Living Dad and The Death of Art. In the audio adaptation, the Doctor mentions the events of The Day of the Doctor and The Sirens of Time.
Chris unsuccessfully pretends to be the Fifth Doctor, setting this after Cold Fusion. It has been a few days since they witnessed Benny's reunion with her father in Return of the Living Dad, and the Doctor has been wandering the TARDIS alone during this time.
When they arrive in New York City, the Doctor reassures his companions that the causal loop has been broken, setting this shortly after The Death of Art. Ending leads directly into So Vile a Sin.
Roz dies leading her sister's forces into battle against the army of Emperor Walid as part of Leabie's revolution. The Doctor suffers a one sided heart attack at her funeral, and has a vision of Death tormenting him about his coming demise, which he confirms he knows the criteria behind. The Doctor begins wearing the clothes from Doctor Who.

Champion's end Edit

Set several weeks after So Vile a Sin, but nothing much has happened in the interim.
The Doctor and Chris have recovered from the shock of Roz' death.
Set shortly after Eternity Weeps, with Chris still traumatised by Liz's death. The Doctor knows that "Time won't have her Champion for much longer." He thinks of his next of kin and family, leading into Lungbarrow.
The Doctor leaves Chris behind to take Penelope Gate and Joel Mintz back to their proper homes, and spends some time traveling on his own for a while afterwards. (PROSE: The Room With No Doors)
Authorial intent sets this during The Room With No Doors, between the scene where the Doctor crawls out of his grave and his next appearance in the book. [source needed]
The Doctor obliquely claims to have lost someone in a war, and to have kept someone else in it for too long. He is most likely referring to Roz and Chris, respectively.
The Doctor catches up with a 37-year-old Ace following the defeat of the Voltranons.
The Doctor has an encounter with Victoria Waterfield, but she doesn't recognise him.
The Doctor is wearing his cream linen suit, setting this near Bullet Time.
The Doctor is wearing his cream linen suit, setting this near Bullet Time.
The Doctor returns to the House of Lungbarrow on Gallifrey, and also sees Ace there. Chris decides to travel alone using a Time ring given to him by Romana. The Doctor is sent on a mission by the Time Lords to pick up the Master's remains on Skaro, and is also given a new sonic screwdriver by Romana.
Many stories, such as Notre Dame du Temps and The Eleven, unambiguously establish that the Doctor did not immediately head for Skaro.

Moving on Edit

The Doctor has recently encountered Romana again and the TARDIS has been redecorated after his trip to Gallifrey in Lungbarrow. He is wearing his linen suit and knows he will regenerate soon, but intends to resolve his unfinished business first.
The Doctor is wearing his fedora.
Set after Frozen Time. [7] The Doctor says that he is personal friends with Death.
Set after The Death Collectors.
The Doctor sets up a plan that involves using his eighth incarnation.
The Doctor is wearing his clothes from Lungbarrow, and is using the sonic screwdriver he acquired in that story.
The Doctor is wearing his linen suit, with a Santa Claus hat for the festive season.

Old friends reunited Edit

The Doctor is trying to find Benny.
The Doctor finds Benny, and asks her to help him find Ace, who he had left on Gallifrey, setting this after Lungbarrow. The Doctor is wearing his cream linen suit on the cover, but dialogue describes him in his question mark pullover.
Ace asks the Doctor if she can stay with him until she is ready to return to Gallifrey, and the Doctor convinces Benny to join them for a while.
Benny takes a break from TARDIS travel to attend her son's wedding. (AUDIO: The Pyramid of Sutekh)
The Doctor and Ace attempt to steal the Eye of Horus from a museum in Nazi Germany, but the Doctor is transported to Egypt.
The Doctor is pulled into a time loop with Sutekh.
The Doctor is disintegrated, leading Benny to believe he has died.
Isis retrieves the Doctor from the time loop, causing the effect that made it appear as though he had died in The Pyramid of Sutekh.
The Doctor, Benny and Ace investigate a stolen Time Ring at the Trib Museum. They then monitor the thieves, Harmonious 14 Zink and his wife, 1V Magda.
At some point around this time, Benny leaves the TARDIS again. The Doctor sends Ace on a mission to stop Zink and Magda discovering the secrets of a Cult before its time. She follows them to Erratoon. (AUDIO: The Prisoner's Dilemma)
While on Erratoon, Ace's mind is completely wiped. She is rescued by the Doctor and he tells her that he can restore her memories. However, she does not entirely believe him and is unsure if she should trust him. Ace refers to Happy Endings and Nightshade, and vaguely remembers Benny, placing this explicitly after Set Piece. After her memory is restored, Ace worries that whole chunks of her life might be missing and she would never know.
The TARDIS has a large, yellow control room, and Ace is depicted more mature than in the television series. After defeating Kla-Shi-Kel, the Doctor and Ace are contacted by Group Captain Gilmore, leading directly into Operation Volcano.
Ace recognises the Master, setting this after Survival. She also has the baseball bat seen in The Armageddon Gambit.
The Doctor has a sonic screwdriver.
Ace is described as tanned, muscular and "more military than anything else". She and the Doctor are delivering a package to the Brigadier.
Ace obtains a CD Walkman from Paul Tanner.
The Doctor and Ace bump into Bev Tarrant again, after meeting her in The Genocide Machine, and she leaves with them in the TARDIS after they defeat the Master.
Bev travels with the Doctor and Ace for some time, before eventually being left in the 26th century. (AUDIO: The Judas Gift)
At Colditz Castle during the Second World War, the Doctor and Ace are confronted by Elizabeth Klein, a scientist from an alternate timeline, who escapes her defeat as an anomaly. Ace decides to be called "McShane" from this story on, and still has the CD Walkman from The Fearmonger.
McShane references the recent events of Colditz and Dust Breeding.

Hex joins Edit

McShane tells Hex that she has been travelling with the Doctor "for a surprisingly long time." The Doctor has a sonic screwdriver, and is convinced by McShane to let Hex join them in the TARDIS.
Hex has recently joined the TARDIS and still isn't used to the idea of time travel. He is concerned that the Doctor and McShane don't trust him as much as they trust each other, and visits his first alien world.
Hex sees aliens and spaceships for the first time.
Shortly after being joined by Hex, the Doctor battles the Cragvar. (AUDIO: Afterlife)
Set before LIVE 34, as Ace is still going by McShane.
Set before LIVE 34, as Ace is still going by McShane.
Prior to their arrival on Colony 34, McShane decided that "Ace" was her true name, and resumed using it. Reporter Ryan Wareing estimates Ace to be slightly older than Lulu, whom he estimated to be in her early-to-mid twenties.
The Doctor has dropped Ace and Hex off in 1966 Monte Carlo with instructions to steal the Veiled Leopard, (AUDIO: The Veiled Leopard) while he visits Evelyn Smythe.
The TARDIS interior has been redecorated to the Victorian parlour design from Doctor Who.
Ace and Hex mention the recent events of The Settling.
Set during the early days of Hex's travels with the Doctor and Ace. Ending leads directly into World Apart. The TARDIS interior has its Victorian parlour design, setting this after The Settling.
Immediately after leaving Umbra, Ace and Hex become trapped on Nirvana for some time. Hex plans on revealing his romantic feelings for Ace.
The TARDIS interior has its Victorian parlour design, setting this after The Settling.
Nobody No-One has been pursuing the Doctor for the past few weeks, and is the cause of the number "45" being prevalent wherever the TARDIS lands.

Battling the Elder Gods Edit

The Doctor sees a chess set in the sanatorium, and realises Fenric is preparing his return.
Ace has significant military and tactical knowledge, implying a post-Deceit setting. This is Hex's his first encounter with the Daleks.
Hex is still reeling from the events that he witnessed on Bliss with the Daleks. The exterior shell of the TARDIS is shattered after the HADS are activated, and its colouration is stuck as white.
Follows directly on from The Angel of Scutari. Hex leaves the TARDIS crew after discovering that the Doctor had previously been witness to his mother's death. After learning from Aristedes that there is a Time Lord sarcophagus in the Forge archive, the Doctor and Ace decide to investigate.
Follows directly on from Project: Destiny, with the Doctor and Ace investigating the Forge archive. Ace is incapable of flying the Doctor's TARDIS. Hex rejoins the TARDIS at Evelyn Smythe's prompting, before Evelyn passes away.
Set a few months after The Harvest. Hex encounters the Daleks, setting this after Enemy of the Daleks.
The Doctor goes to Alaska, setting this after Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible.
Following their adventure in Alaska, Ace and Hex fall asleep in the TARDIS. While they sleep, the Doctor begins to grow the Black TARDIS. He later returns to it and decides to take it on a test run to the Lorelei, leading directly into Robophobia. (AUDIO: Black and White)
The Doctor meets Liv Chenka while testing his new black TARDIS.
After leaving the Lorelei, the Doctor decides that the Black TARDIS needs to learn to follow specific coordinates and sets course for the planet Celdor, leading directly into The Doomsday Quatrain. (AUDIO: Black and White)
The Doctor reflects on his encounter with Nostradamus and notes that "sacrifices must be made." He then decides to visit 2020 London, leading directly into House of Blue Fire. (AUDIO: Black and White)
The Doctor is joined in the Black TARDIS by Sally Morgan after she helps him defeat the Mi'en Kalarash.
Two weeks into their travels together, the Doctor takes Sally to a cemetery planet where they fight zombie lizards. The Doctor decides to introduce Sally to Forge operative Lysandra Aristedes. Shortly after they travel to London and fight the Sons of Kai, led by Kai'lizakia. Lysandra agrees to travel with the Doctor and Sally.
While Lysandra settles into the Black TARDIS, the Doctor stresses that she and Sally need to trust each other completely. (AUDIO: Black and White)
The TARDIS is restored to its prime condition, and the Black TARDIS is destroyed.
Hex enters the Time Vortex to defeat Fenric, apparently killing himself in the process.
Ace no longer knows her age, setting this after Set Piece, where she knew for a fact she was 26. The Doctor has posited Lysandra to fight in a war in her native time, and Sally also leaves the TARDIS. The Doctor and Ace find Hex, living under the name "Hector Thomas", in Liverpool and take him with them in the TARDIS.
The Doctor takes Ace and Hector to Greece to relax after the events of Revenge of the Swarm. After their vacation, Hector asks the Doctor to return him home, leading into Signs and Wonders.
Hector leaves the TARDIS and settles down with Sally to raise a family. Ace glimpses various futures where she is wearing a high collar, riding a motorbike in Paris in the 19th century, being surrounded by the Lobri and dying of old age in the TARDIS. The Doctor promises to teach Ace how to fly the TARDIS, leading directly into You Are The Doctor.

Reunited with Mel Edit

The Doctor begins teaching Ace how to fly the TARDIS, as he promised to do in Signs and Wonders, setting this after Deceit.
The Doctor realises that the ongoing events of You Are the Doctor, Come Die With Me and The Grand Betelgeuse Hotel have been the result of the TARDIS searching for someone and decides to help it find them, leading directly into A Life of Crime. Ace refers to Hex having just left, setting this shortly after Signs and Wonders.
The TARDIS finds Mel on Ricosta. After being rescued from the Speravores, Mel rejoins the TARDIS crew.
The Doctor, Mel and Ace have just left Ricosta, setting this immediately after A Life of Crime. The TARDIS interior has its Victorian parlour design.
At least one week has passed since A Life of Crime.
The TARDIS is on its way to a party on Maruthea, when the Doctor decides to change course and head to 2085 Earth instead. The Doctor refers to their recent encounter with the Galparians, setting this shortly after Dead to the World.
Mel delivers the TARDIS to Josiah W. Dogbolter, leading directly into The Quantum Possibility Engine.
Ace meets Narvin for the first time and learns about the Celestial Intervention Agency.

Alone again Edit

Ace is eventually left on Gallifrey by the Doctor to become a Time Lord. (AUDIO: Dominion) Ace's life on Gallifrey can be blamed for the anomalies in her aging or sterility, such as with Leela and Chris Cwej.
The Doctor is alone and refers to his "younger days", setting this around the time he started feeling old. The Doctor is depicted as wearing his cream jacket on the cover, and laments that he has not had a proper holiday in a while.
The Doctor checks up on the Drashani Empire fifty years following his previous visit.
The Doctor mentions having a best friend who is an archaeologist, referring to Benny.
Follows on from The Unknown. The TARDIS is using its Victorian parlour interior.

Adventures with Mags Edit

The Doctor believes he is getting old, but not old enough to stop having new adventures and new companions. He has decided to revisit old friends and resolve "old business". Ace is "somewhere else" and has been for some time. Mags joins the Doctor on his travels.
Mags has been in the TARDIS for a while and the Doctor is helping her to control the wolf part of her.
After she and he Doctor respond to a Space-time telegraph sent by Ace from Earth, Mags is bitten by a Sin Eater, and her wolf side disappears, with Doctor theorising that it won't return for "about a year."

Klein's revenge Edit

While authorial intent places this after Kingdom of Silver,[8] the Doctor is depicted as young looking, is wearing his linen suit and is wistful about travelling alone. After reencountering Elizabeth Klein, the Doctor insists on her accompanying him on his travels so that he can keep an eye on her, knowing she will continue to pose a threat to history.
Set immediately after A Thousand Tiny Wings. The Doctor is using the TARDIS interior from Doctor Who.
After travelling together for a while, Klein takes her chance of revenge on the Doctor by stealing his TARDIS and abandoning him on the planet of the Vrill.
After Klein left him on the Vrill homeworld, the Doctor found time shifting around him until he arrived in an alternate timeline created by Klein, where he remained a prisoner for three days. After Klein is erased from history by the Time Lords, the Doctor visits UNIT to find a different version of Klein now working there. The Doctor is beginning to show signs of ageing; his hair is depicted as tufts growing out of the side of his head.

Resolving old business Edit

The Doctor spends a couple of decades in the Daleks' prison, presumably leaving him with his aged appearance from Doctor Who, and setting all stories with the older-looking Doctor after this one.
The Doctor is older looking and is travelling with Ace. Ace is killed and the TARDIS's white interior is damaged, with the intent being that it is about to change into the Victorian parlour interior seen in Doctor Who. Any placement for this story will be contentious because of Ace's apparent death, though it is revealed in Sometime Never... that the Council of Eight were attempting to eliminate the Doctor's past companions, but they were thwarted by the Eighth Doctor, resulting in the restoration of multiple timelines and free will to the Universe.
The TARDIS interior has been changed recently, and the Doctor is portrayed with the aged appearance he had in Doctor Who.
Set after Excelis Decays,[9] with the Doctor presented as older looking. He briefly considers returning to Gallifrey.
The Doctor traps Nobody No-One inside his head, but, after his younger self is killed, he "burns out of existence" when time catches up to him.
The Doctor uses the alias "Vaughn Sutton", setting this after Excelis Decays. He also makes vague references to Benny, Chris and Roz, placing this after Original Sin as well. The Doctor has just "burned back into existence", setting this immediately after A Death in the Family.
The Doctor thinks back to his recent failures in Excelis Decays, Project: Lazarus and Master.
The Doctor is serving on a medical ship, saving lives.
The Doctor has stopped believing in the efficacy of imprisonment, setting this late in his life. He also starts a prison riot without thinking about the resulting injuries that will be caused because of it.
Following his previous visit to Betton Court, the Doctor travelled alone for a prolonged period of time, and acknowledges that Klaus would have travelled with him if he hadn’t died. He gives the memories of his travels since his first visit to the house to the spirit of Klaus.
The Doctor refers to the events of Log 384 as happening a long time ago.
The Doctor is portrayed with the aged appearance he had in Doctor Who. The Doctor decides to go into retirement, citing the fact that he seems to always been on call and can never settle in one place. The Doctor invites Jevvan to travel with him, but she declines.
The Doctor suffers a bout of amnesia, but recognises that the names Ace, Hex and Mel are important to him. The Doctor is portrayed with the aged appearance he had in Doctor Who.
The Doctor and Nimrod refer to the events of Project: Lazarus.
Set after The Death Collectors.[10]The Doctor is portrayed with the aged appearance he had in Doctor Who.
The Doctor discovers the fate of Sara, setting this after Kingdom of Silver.
The Doctor is using the Victorian parlour console room.
Raine Creevy is travelling with an older Doctor, and Ace is on Gallifrey. The TARDIS is using its Victorian parlour console room.
The Doctor sombrely reflects on himself cleaning up after his younger self.
The Doctor is depicted with the aged appearance he had in Doctor Who.

Search for the Persuasion machine Edit

Set after Dominion, with the TARDIS control room having the Victorian parlour console room design from Doctor Who. The Doctor is nearing the end of his current life, and has been trying to eradicate evil before his end.

Nearing the end Edit

The Doctor is using the Victorian parlour console room, and recognises the Master from Dominion.
After having a "mid-life crisis" whilst dealing with his loneliness and approaching death, the Doctor is inspired to enjoy the time he has left after being rescued from an Eight Leg by his successor, who warns him that the events of Doctor Who will happen "soon". He then makes plans to reconfigure the TARDIS interior into "something more gothic". He is wearing his brown jacket and misses having a travelling companion.
The Doctor is using the Victorian parlour console room, and has a premonition of his upcoming death, though he doesn't recognise it as such.
Following a devastating incident, the Doctor decides that he can't be trusted with companions, and opts to travel alone. (AUDIO: The Resurrection of Mars)
Klein recalls the events of Daleks Among Us. The Doctor is traveling alone.
The Doctor has abandoned his manipulative ways, and helps someone else realises how such ways only results in everyone leaving him when it matters.
The Doctor is illustrated with the aged appearance and clothing he had in Doctor Who, and is using the Victorian parlour console room.
The Doctor is using the Victorian parlour console room. The grey men begin tracking the Doctor in time, and finally locate him during his eighth incarnation, suggesting that this takes near the end of his seventh incarnation.
After managing to capture the Eleven, the Doctor is cryptically informed of a task he has to complete for the High Council. This is presumably the task he was given in Lungbarrow, to retrieve the Master's remains from Skaro, setting this immediately prior to Doctor Who.
Transporting the Master's remains from Skaro to Gallifrey, the Doctor is shot in a San Francisco gang shootout. Taken to Walker General Hospital by Chang Lee, the Doctor dies when Dr. Grace Holloway's exploratory surgery damages his circulatory system. Despite the anaesthesia halting the process, the Doctor is able to regenerate into his next incarnation several hours later.

Awaiting placement Edit

These entries are placed here until evidence presents itself that provides a clue as to where they happen in relation to other entries. Some of these are part of ongoing storylines that could present evidence towards the end of the plot.
The last event that Zoe dreams before waking up is the Doctor's speech to Ace from the end of Survival, suggesting this is set not long after that story.
The Doctor is wearing a "light suit" suggesting that this is his linen suit. He is travelling with Ace, but she does not appear in person and instead can be heard calling out to the Doctor from afar.
Ace wishes to spend Christmas with the Doctor, who is reluctant and fails to see why it is so important to Ace, setting this early in their travels together.
The Doctor takes Ace to Rome during Saturnalia as a Christmas surprise. The Doctor's main priority is teaching Ace and when they encounter danger, the Doctor sends Ace back to the TARDIS, setting this during their early travels.

Footnotes Edit

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