The Doctor's TARDIS (The Daft Dimension)

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The Doctor of the Daft Dimension also travelled in a Type 40 TARDIS.

History[[edit]]

Stolen by the Doctor[[edit]]

A week after he borrowed a hatstand from a fellow Gallifreyan, the Doctor ran away from Gallifrey with the TARDIS, and a big brass candlestick. (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 519)

Use by the Twelfth Doctor[[edit]]

Shortly after his regeneration from his predecessor, the Twelfth Doctor decided to overhaul the look of the control room to be extremely minimalistic, replacing the time rotor with a simple wooden box with a lever that could be pulled from "past" to "future". His companion Clara Oswald gently tried to get him to understand that his idea was far too simplified even though she did understand his yearning for a new radical look. (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 477)

He later restored a more conventional beige-and-gold control console to the control room, and replaced the light blue roundels with orange hexagons on the walls. (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 478, The Daft Dimension 479) After Christmas, (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 481) he switched them out again for blue hexagons, with a blue time rotor to match instead of the golden one. (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 482) However, he had returned to the orange-hexagon look by the time Clara decided to bake the Doctor a cake to celebrate the fact that it had been ten human years since his return from the Time War. (COMIC: The Daft Dimension 485)