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Template:Forumheader This page lists appearances of the Eleventh Doctor in the order in which he experienced them. This timeline is based upon observations of the Doctor Who universe and the events that occur during each of these stories. From these observations we have attempted to build a concise timeline. It is assumed that for each novel, comic, audio or television series, their published, broadcast or numbered order is the order they occur in.

The layout of this timeline is in part based on the observations on Doctor Who Reference Guide and Doctor Who - The Complete Adventures, as well as Lance Parkin's AHistory and other sources that allow us to make observations, such as The Whoniverse, Doctor Who Reviews, The History of Doctor Who, The Discontinuity Guide, Clive Banks databanks and the Big Finnish forums. None of these sources should be used solely as a source or considered a "true" timeline for stories.

Limiting factors Edit

Up until their final goodbye, in spite of him leaving her and her husband Rory Williams for extended periods of time, the Eleventh Doctor has almost exclusively travelled with Amy Pond in all media up to her departure, Amy having entered the TARDIS shortly after the Doctor's regeneration. This leaves little room for the occasional story from this era where he is alone, and at which point he's supposed to be on his own in these stories is unclear due to his semi-frequent departures from and returns to Amy and Rory.

Any story featuring Amy and just Amy must be after TV: The Eleventh Hour and before TV: The Time of Angels, or after TV: Cold Blood and before TV: The Pandorica Opens. Any story featuring Amy and Rory as TARDIS residents must be after TV: The Vampires of Venice and before TV: The Hungry Earth, after TV: The Big Bang and before TV: The God Complex, or after TV: The Power of Three and before TV: The Angels Take Manhattan. Any story with Amy and Rory taking short trips and returning home must be after TV: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe and before TV: The Power of Three. Any story where Amy and Rory are married and Rory remembers being a Roman centurion can only be after TV: The Big Bang. Any story featuring the Doctor by himself must be after TV: Space / Time and before TV: The Impossible Astronaut (909-year-old Doctor), after TV: A Good Man Goes to War and before TV: Let's Kill Hitler, or after TV: The God Complex and before TV: The Bells of Saint John.

In stories set after the deaths of Amy and Rory, costume is the main key to setting. In The Snowmen, the Doctor has changed wardrobe, switching to an 18th-century costume with a bow-tie. Any story where he is in this costume must be set after The Snowmen. At some point, he stopped wearing the 18th-century outfit and returned to his tweed jacket, as per WC: The Bells of Saint John. After that, he became a monk and wore the outfit as such; until finding Clara in TV: The Bells of Saint John and switching to an outfit similar to the one he wore in 1892 but with a purple over-coat. Any story, thus, with him in that costume must be set after TV: The Bells of Saint John.

Series basics Edit

The Eleventh Doctor has travelled with original to television companions Amy Pond, Rory Williams and Clara Oswald, as well as original to comics companions Alice Obiefune, John Jones, ARC, Kevin and Decky Flamboon. His travels can be roughly divided by who he's currently travelling with, as well as minor continuity notes and the Doctor's clothing.

Although technically Amy and Rory departed after being left alone at the end of TV: The God Complex, at some point after TV: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe, the Doctor intermittently travels with Amy and Rory in single trips months or years apart of one another from Amy and Rory's perspective before they properly rejoin him at the end of TV: The Power of Three. Technically though, Amy and Rory were still regular characters during these episodes.

Timeline Edit

The first adventuresEdit

The Doctor regenerates from his previous incarnation.
The End of Time through Victory of the Daleks all flow into one another.
Amy is wearing the same clothes as in Victory of the Daleks.
In this story, the Doctor states that he has only met Rory once, placing this before The Time of Angels.
In these three stories, Amy is wearing the same outfit that she had on in Victory of the Daleks. Leads directly into The Time of Angels.

The fiancée and fiancé Edit

The Time of Angels through The Vampires of Venice all flow into one another.
Amy's Choice is referenced. The Doctor is attempting to take Amy and Rory to Rio, suggesting that this is not long before The Hungry Earth.

Treating AmyEdit

The Doctor refers to their adventure in Venice.
Rory is not present and Amy recognises the Weeping Angels, likely placing it between Cold Blood and The Pandorica Opens.

Rory is not present and Amy recognises the Judoon from The Forgotten Army.

Leads into TARDIS.
Continues where TARDIS left off.
Rory is not present and Amy recognises the Silurians, likely placing it between Cold Blood and The Pandorica Opens.
Rory is not present and Amy recognises the Weeping Angels, likely placing it between Cold Blood and The Pandorica Opens. Amy and the Doctor safe the lost city Anglica, which places the Game before The Mazes of Time during which the city isn't lost and is revisited by the Doctor and Amy.
The Pandorica Opens and The Big Bang are set not long after The Lodger. Amy and Rory get married at the end of The Big Bang. The future Doctor that speaks to Amy during Flesh and Stone is from his "rewind" during The Big Bang.

Amy and Rory's honeymoonEdit

Set during Amy and Rory's honeymoon.
During Death of the Doctor and The Night After Hallowe'en, Amy and Rory have been left on a planet on its honeymoon with an asteroid.I
Amy and Rory are still on a honeymoon.
Amy refers to various events in series 5 and their honeymoon.

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Preventing a bad futureEdit

On the runEdit

New adventures with the PondsEdit

Amy and Rory have been left at home for a few months before this episode. The Doctor states his age as 909.
Second part to The Impossible Astronaut. Features Madame Kovarian looking in on Amy from Demon's Run, placing the two-parter before The Rebel Flesh.
Features Madame Kovarian looking in on Amy from Demon's Run, placing it before The Rebel Flesh.
Foreshadows the events of A Good Man Goes to War, placing it before The Rebel Flesh.
Amy gives birth.
The Doctor searches for Melody. The Rebel Flesh through A Good Man Goes to War all flow into one another.
Bridges A Good Man Goes to War and Let's Kill Hitler.
Set a while after A Good Man Goes to War, but resolves its cliffhanger. The Doctor obtains the time and date of his death from the Teselecta.
The Doctor's time and date of death appears on the TARDIS scanner, placing it after Let's Kill Hitler.
An Apalapucia Spy Glass appears in the TARDIS drawing room, placing it after The Girl Who Waited.
The Doctor begins his farewell tour.

Prolonging the inevitableEdit

The Doctor states his age as 910 and Amy and Rory are nowhere to be seen.
The Doctor is wearing his long coat first seen in Let's Kill Hitler. This likely places his brief trips with Danny and Abby in The Zentrabot Invasion and The Tomb of Shemura during the farewell tour.
Set after the Doctor meets Lorna (from his point of view) in A Good Man Goes to War.
The Wedding of River Song continues where Closing Time left off and overlaps with scenes featuring the 1103-year-old Doctor in The Impossible Astronaut. The Doctor's farewell tour ends and he goes into hiding.

Return to the shadowsEdit

Following his faked death, the Doctor begins deleting himself from history to elude the Silence.
The Curator seems to be the Eleventh Doctor. It's probable that Amy based this book on an actual experience of the Doctor.
Continues where the prequel left off.
Promoted on the BBC website as a lead-in to the series 7 premiere.
Continues where the prequel left off.
The Doctor mentions that Amy and Rory are needed to save the world, but he is too early. Based on flashbacks the Doctor has of Amy and Rory's future, it must take place between Dinosaurs on a Spaceship and The Angels Take Manhattan.
The Doctor tries to take the Ponds to the Great Exhibition.
The Doctor successfully takes Amy and Rory to The Great Exhibition, having previously missed the year. Given that the Doctor at the end of the adventure is asked to take the Ponds to Majorca, which he delivers in The Eye of Ashya, suggests that the adventures occur in sequence.
Amy and Rory want to travel home by plane, suggesting that these take place during the occasional trips. It is set after A Town Called Mercy because the trips are getting longer, leading to the Ponds rejoining fully.

Living with the PondsEdit

These incidents take place during the Doctors stay of Earth.

Final adventures with the PondsEdit

Amy and Rory have their series 7 appearance, and the Doctor suggests that these comics occur in sequence.
Amy and Rory die and the Doctor is now alone again.

Traveling AloneEdit

A new companionEdit

these comics feature the Doctor configuring his Neon console

RetirementEdit

The Doctor realises his travelling puts too much people in danger. He retires to Victorian London.
The Doctor is mentioned to be sulking in the TARDIS
The Doctor leaves retirement, and tries to figure out who Clara Oswin Oswald is.

The search for ClaraEdit

The Doctor is in his Victorian costume and has his 'darker' TARDIS
The Doctor is in his Victorian costume and has his 'darker' TARDIS.
The Doctor is wearing his tweed jacket again, and references losing Clara twice.
The Doctor meets a 21st century Clara, who joins him as his new companion.

Unwinding the mysteryEdit

Clara's first trip in the TARDIS.
Clara hasn't realized the magnitude of time travel, placing this before Hide
Clara knows what the Eye of Harmony is, placing it after Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS.
Vastra, Strax and Jenny meet the 21st century version of Clara. Angie and Artie discover Clara appearing in the 1970s and 1980s, placing this after Cold War and Hide. Angie demands Clara to let them travel in time lest she tells her dad.
Angie and Artie are sent back home.
Angie and Artie are familiar with the Doctor, while Vastra is able to contact Clara in 2013, placing this after The Crimson Horror and Nightmare in Silver. At the end of the story, the Doctor and Clara meet the War Doctor.

Reminders of the pastEdit

The Doctor knows Clara has lived multiple lives, placing this after The Name of the Doctor.
The Doctor and Clara are traveling on Wednesdays, Clara references Angie and Artie, and the Doctor is aware of Clara's impossible nature. Leads into Shroud of Sorrow.
Clara has started working at Coal Hill School.
Clara is familiar with the War Doctor, placing this after The Name of the Doctor.

Final adventuresEdit

The siege of TrenzaloreEdit

The Doctor regenerates into his next incarnation.

Unplaced Edit

The Doctor is on his own and refers to River blowing up his fez, placing it at some point after The Big Bang.
The Doctor is travelling with Amy and Rory. He gives them an upcoming anniversary present, placing it at some point after The Big Bang. He's also wearing his long coat, first seen in Let's Kill Hitler.

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