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Post by Admin on Thu Jul 13, 2017 7:05 pm

"TARDIS" was an acronym that Susan purportedly devised. Susan defined the acronym with both the singular dimension (TV: "An Unearthly Child") and the plural dimensions. (AUDIO: The Beginning)

Most TARDISes were used for the observation of various places and times. This kind of TARDIS underwent much modification over the years. Each new model received a distinct number to differentiate it from other models. The numerical scheme was seemingly simple; the higher the number, the later the design had been produced. [source needed] However, two types of numbering schemes may have been employed. The Monk called his version a "Mark 4", and the First Doctor noted that there had been "quite a few changes" made compared to his own model. (TV: "Checkmate") Subsequent incarnations and other Time Lords [who?] called the Doctor's TARDIS a "Type 40". (TV: The Deadly Assassin, The Ribos Operation et al.)

Whatever the case, TARDISes were generally referred to using the nomenclature Type X. The earliest known model of TARDIS was the Type I, which was poorly designed, dangerous to operate, and difficult to start. Some of them had minds of their own, with a history of escaping and roaming the Universe. (PROSE: Heart of TARDIS) The Second Doctor, while working for the Celestial Intervention Agency, was briefly assigned a Type 97 TARDIS. (PROSE: World Game)


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