The Daft Dimension

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In the Daft Dimension, the Doctor existed both as a fictional TV character, who still experienced qualia, (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 484) and as a real traveller in time and space. (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 477, etc.)

The Doctor of this world had many adventures matching those of the Doctor of another, somewhat more serious world, such as running away from Gallifrey, (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 484, TV: The War Games) fighting in the Time War before meeting Rose Tyler (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 485, TV: Rose) defeating the Half-Face Man, (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 484, TV: Deep Breath) meeting a "legend", (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 479, TV: Robot of Sherwood) or an adventure involving a creature which hatched from the Moon and laid another one. (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 480, TV: Kill the Moon)

However, the two universes differed in various ways. Zarbi were all conversational creatures with individuality in this world, (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 483) in contrast to the non-vocal drones of the Zarbi Supremo encountered by the First Doctor. (PROSE: The Lair of Zarbi Supremo, TV: The Web Planet, etc.) Gold Daleks were common in place of Bronze Daleks. (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 481, The Daft Dimension 482)

Rusty in this dimension was on friendlier terms with the Twelfth Doctor following their first encounter. (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 481)

The Doctor's life was also different in some respects. For example, the Twelfth Doctor of this dimension went through various TARDIS control rooms shortly after regenerating, including one with blue roundels, (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 477) one with orange hexagons, (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 478, The Daft Dimension 479, etc.) and one with blue hexagons. (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 482) He and Clara Oswald remained in mostly friendly contact with their version of Rusty, (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 481) in contrast to the N-Space Rusty who went off on his own after his first encounter with the time-travellers, and was initially intent on killing the Doctor when they met again, apparently "hating" him. (TV: Into the Dalek, Twice Upon a Time)