The Doctor's Biography
These stories feature future or unknown incarnations of the Doctor. The Doctor in many of these future stories is probably the "Merlin" Doctor first seen in a "flashback" (or "flashforward") in the novelisation of Battlefield.
|Battlefield||Novelisation (flashback/flashforward)||The future Doctor's actions are implicit in the plot of Battlefield and actually shown in the novelisation. This doctor has ginger hair.||Unknown|
|Good Companions||Short Story (More Short Trips)||This is the future Doctor seen in a number of Peter Anghelides' short stories, and looks like he may be the "Merlin Doctor".||Anna
|Revenants||Short Story (Short Trips and Side Steps)||This is the future Doctor seen in a number of Peter Anghelides' short stories, and looks like he may be the "Merlin Doctor".||Guin||Discontinuity Guide|
|Birthright||Virgin Novel||The character of Muldwych is heavily implied to be a future incarnation of the Doctor, possibly the "Merlin" Doctor||None||Discontinuity Guide|
|Happy Endings||Virgin Novel||The character of Muldwych is heavily implied to be a future incarnation of the Doctor, possibly the "Merlin" Doctor||None||Discontinuity Guide|
|The Dalek Factor||Telos Novella||It is unclear which incarnation of the Doctor this is, or what happened to his companion(s) - if any.||None||Discontinuity Guide|
|The Cabinet of Light||Telos Novella||This is a previously unknown incarnation of the Doctor.||None||Discontinuity Guide|
|The Infinity Doctors||BBC Novel||This is credited as "the Doctor", and it is uncertain where it fits into the timeline. The most likely suggestions are that it is a pre-Hartnell incarnation, the first Doctor, the eighth Doctor, or an "unbound" Doctor.||Larna|
|Scream of the Shalka||BBC Webcast||This webcast features the ninth Doctor played by Richard E Grant. With the announcement of the new series (and the ninth Doctor played by Christopher Eccleston) it is uncertain where (or even if) this story now fits into continuity.||The Android Master|
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