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This page lists
the various . This timeline is based upon observations of the incarnations and other versions of the Master in order and the events that occur during each of these stories.
Doctor Who universe
The short story
indicates that the Master had had a total of nineteen incarnations up to, and including Missy. Only instances where the Master has "died" count as regenerations, and not the instances of bodysnatching or undergoing Girl Power! chameleon arch identities.
Timeline [ ]
Across multiple ( time streams, the Sild collected about 470 incarnations of the Master. PROSE: ) Harvest of Time
First regeneration cycle [ ]
Controversially depicted as the incarnation who became known as "the Master" after swearing revenge on the Second Doctor. ( PROSE: , The Dark Path ) The Face of the Enemy
Originally advertised as being the First Master, but never confirmed in any of his appearances. However, it is established in AUDIO: that he was the incarnation of the Master that originally left Gallifrey. The Destination Wars
Either regenerated after being hit by a blast of artron energy when his attempt to attack the Twelfth Doctor backfired, ( COMIC: ) or had his body damaged beyond repair after being shot with his own Doorway to Hell Tissue Compression Eliminator by Susan Campbell. ( PROSE: ) In a Legacy of the Daleks parallel universe, the Master ( Jonathan Clements) regenerated into a new incarnation ( Mark Gatiss). ( AUDIO: ) Sympathy for the Devil
According to one account, the thirteenth incarnation of the Master was disfigured by his future self. ( AUDIO: ) Most accounts agree that this Master is unique from that played by Roger Delgado ( The Two Masters COMIC: , Doorway to Hell AUDIO: , The Two Masters , Sympathy for the Devil ) however one account insists they are one and the same. ( Master Thief PROSE: ) Legacy of the Daleks
Beyond the twelfth regeneration [ ]
Inhabiting the body of the Trakenite Tremas. ( TV: ) The Keeper of Traken
"Tremas" Master regenerates after being restored by the Tzun Confederacy. ( PROSE: ) First Frontier
"Tremas" Master stripped of his Trakenite body by the Warp Core. ( AUDIO: ) Dust Breeding
Assumed the form of a Deathworm Morphant to survive his execution by the Daleks. ( TV: ) Doctor Who
Takes over the body of Bruce Gerhardt using the Deathworm Morphant, before becoming trapped in the Eye of Harmony. ( TV: ) Escapes on several occasions into the Doctor Who Time Vortex ( COMIC: ; The Glorious Dead AUDIO: ) but always gets drawn back to the The Lifeboat and the Deathboat Eye of Harmony. ( AUDIO: ) Planet of Dust
After escaping the Eye of Harmony, steals the bodies of George Steer, ( PROSE: ) Prologue Richard, ( PROSE: ) Forgotten Don Maestro, and Michael Masterson, before being returned to his decayed state and escaping in his TARDIS. ( AUDIO: ) Coming to his final end, ( Mastermind AUDIO: ) he is revived and regenerates after receiving a new Planet of Dust regeneration cycle from the Celestial Intervention Agency. ( AUDIO: ) Day of the Master
Second regeneration cycle [ ]
Implied to be the first of the new cycle. ( AUDIO: ) Day of the Master
After spending years disguised as the human " Yana", the Master regenerated into the "Saxon" Master when Chantho shot him. ( TV: ) Evidently the seventeenth incarnation. ( Utopia PROSE: ) Girl Power!
Having regenerated into a distinct incarnation during the Time War, the Master "regenerates" back into the "War" Master after being caught in a paradox. ( COMIC: ) Fast Asleep
Briefly died and later resurrected. ( TV: , Last of the Time Lords ) Regenerated into Missy after she stabbed him. ( The End of Time TV: ) Evidently the eighteenth incarnation. ( The Doctor Falls PROSE: ) Girl Power!
First known female incarnation. Explicitly identified herself as the Master's nineteenth incarnation. ( PROSE: ) Managed to regenerate into the Lumiat ( Girl Power! AUDIO: ) after being shot by the "Saxon" Master. ( The Lumiat TV: ) The Doctor Falls
Would logically be the Master's twentieth incarnation. ( PROSE: ) Regenerated after being wounded by Missy. ( Girl Power! AUDIO: ) The Lumiat
Would logically be the Master's twenty-first incarnation. ( PROSE: ) Girl Power!
Unplaced [ ]
The Master has "pale skin, prominent cheekbones, a neatly-trimmed black goatee, and voluminous hair with a widow peek", and is recognised by the Fifth and Sixth Doctors. ( PROSE: , The Creation of Camelot , The Fellowship of Quan ) The Radio Waves
Confronted the "listless-looking" Ninth Doctor and their following four incarnations. ( TV: ) The Curse of Fatal Death