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Doctor Who Theory Reveals The Return Of Major Matt Smith Villain




Doctor Who Theory Reveals The Return Of Major Matt Smith Villain

The theory is correct to note that the Doctor Who: Redacted audio drama seems like a love letter to the show’s history, meaning it would make sense to bring back an old, established villain. What’s more, the alteration of memories fits with the Silence, and several ideas being toyed with in the audio drama, such as people being told to write the Doctor’s name on their hands so they can’t forget about her, feel like call-backs to ways the Doctor opposed the Silence. These creatures typically worked alongside allies, meaning the brief glimpse of an unknown armored warrior doesn’t rule their involvement out either.
But, ironically, Doctor Who: Redacted episode 3 may well have complicated this theory when it revealed Queen Victoria — and presumably the entire Torchwood Institute — has been erased from history. That suggests this mysterious “redaction” process is more complicated than it seems, with history itself being altered. It’s an imperfect process, however, with the disappearances initially noticed before human minds adapt to the changes in time. Some people seem resistant to this process, for unknown reasons that will likely be explored as the audio drama continues. While the Silence may indeed be involved in this Doctor Who mystery story, they probably aren’t the main villains.

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Doctor Who Theory Reveals The Return Of Major Matt Smith Villain

The theory is correct to note that the Doctor Who: Redacted audio drama seems like a love letter to the show’s history, meaning it would make sense to bring back an old, established villain. What’s more, the alteration of memories fits with the Silence, and several ideas being toyed with in the audio drama, such as people being told to write the Doctor’s name on their hands so they can’t forget about her, feel like call-backs to ways the Doctor opposed the Silence. These creatures typically worked alongside allies, meaning the brief glimpse of an unknown armored warrior doesn’t rule their involvement out either.
But, ironically, Doctor Who: Redacted episode 3 may well have complicated this theory when it revealed Queen Victoria — and presumably the entire Torchwood Institute — has been erased from history. That suggests this mysterious “redaction” process is more complicated than it seems, with history itself being altered. It’s an imperfect process, however, with the disappearances initially noticed before human minds adapt to the changes in time. Some people seem resistant to this process, for unknown reasons that will likely be explored as the audio drama continues. While the Silence may indeed be involved in this Doctor Who mystery story, they probably aren’t the main villains.

#Doctor #Theory #Reveals #Return #Major #Matt #Smith #Villain

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