Story Mode Plot
While the group is travelling into the vortex once more, Wyldstyle asks Batman why they haven't arrived yet. He asks her to check for anything on her Relic Scanner, with no luck. Gandalf, upon noticing the strange reactions from Wyldstyle's Relic Scanner, wonders what would happen to them. Just then, they hear the Twelfth Doctor telling them to join him in his TARDIS, as the latter appears in front of them, with The Doctor coming to their rescue.
Once he manages to get them out of the vortex, he then informs of them that they are stuck in a "rift loop" and that they have monsters to deal with. Batman then confronts him about himself and what he was doing with them, while The Doctor asks Wyldstyle if Batman really acts like that, he logs onto her Relic Scanner with his Sonic Screwdriver and asks her to remember he used her Relic Scanner. He then explains about the TARDIS and time travel in a nutshell (while Gandalf briefly changing into Gandalf the White from fiddling with the TARDIS console before reverting back to his old self), and claimed that he had met them at some point of their lives, but they haven't met him in his current incarnation; Batman thinks he was lying, but then the Doctor shows him one Grapple Gun he recovered. After comparing the two Grapple Guns that he's holding on, Batman is still not convinced by The Doctor's proof, which has the Doctor calling him out for not believing him.
Once the TARDIS reappears itself in the Cyber Ship, The Doctor escorts the group outside. Before leaving, The Doctor gives Wyldstyle his phone number in case of emergency. He does wish to join in their quest to save the LEGO Multiverse, but said that him joining them at this point can mess up the Doctor Who World's timeline so badly that it'll rip a hole in the universe so big you could "drive Batman's ego though it". As the TARDIS disappears, Gandalf, being confused, asks what is going on; Wyldstyle, however, said she couldn't explain it either, but theorized that another Keystone (Scale) is hidden in this world. After battling their way across the base and fighting the Cyberking, as well as Weeping Angles, the heroes stumble across the Daleks' lair. The trio battles the Daleks as well as the Dalek Emperor while experiencing the effects of the Scale Keystone. They build a phone to call the Doctor, and he arrives just as the Emperor fires a shrink ray. The TARDIS deflects the ray causing it to shrink every Dalek. Batman then complains to the Doctor about being late, but he doesn't seem to recognize them. Wildstyle then explains that they called him, not the Daleks. He takes them back to Vorton and uses his sonic screwdriver to fix the gateway. He then decides to go and rescue the trio's past selves from the rift loop. Batman then hands him the grapple gun he'll use to save them. As the TARDIS dematerializes, Gandalf comments on the Doctor's oddness as the Scale Keystone is integrated into the gateway.
- 220,000 Studs
Abilities Needed Complete the Level 100%
- Drone Ability
- Technology Ability
- Spinjitzu Ability
- Silver LEGO Blowup Ability
- Fix-It Ability
- Water Spray Ability
- Arcade Dock Ability
Once you start the level you must unlock the Elemental keystone. To do this you must climb a ladder to reach the next the top of the room. Once there you must build a Batman's grapple spot and pull it. It will give you the pieces to build the keystone selector, now you must use the Elemental Keystone's elements (fire, water and lightning) to open the door. First you must use fire to melt fire, then use water to extinguish the fire and last you must use lightning to charge the electrical panel and use Gandalf's magic to repair the wire, that will open the door. Then a cyberman will attack you. Once you've beaten the approaching Cyberman, you will have to use a character that has the sneak ability (like Batman) or the disguise ability (like Scooby-Doo or Shaggy), so that you can sneak over to an area where, you can once again gain the Elemental keystones ability, to help melt the ice around the door to the next area. After the ice is melted you must use Gandalf's magic to help solve puzzle: building the face of the classic Cyberman, which reveals parts for one power generator, and you have find two more generators in various parts of the Cyber Ship. Once getting the power generators, they have to use Wyldstyle's Master Builder skills to put everything into the hole where the Cyberman face used to be in, and use Electricity to power the generators.
This will lead to a boss fight with the CyberKing: he will summon out many Cybermen to attack you. While destroying the Cybermen, you have to watch out for the CyberKing trying to kill you. Whenever he gets his arm stuck from trying to take you down, you need to destroy his arm, and then another arm in another round. While CyberKing is trying to upgrade himself (this will leave him vunerable as upgrades are failing to come to him), start building a ramp and use a wheeled vehicle (like the Batmobile) and ride on it to knock the CyberKing down.
- Events throughout the history of Doctor Who are referenced in this level.
- In some parts of the level you can see the Byzantium's Weeping Angel footage from the Doctor Who episode The Time of Angels.
- At the start of the level, Bad Wolf is written on the wall.
- The Crack in Time and Space can be spotted along a wall towards the second act.
- In the cemetery, a TV which appears to be broken must be destroyed. If one listens closely, it's actually repeating part of the theme from the original 1963 Doctor Who theme, along with a single image from the intro on the screen.
- When the trio realise that the Weeping Angels are chasing them, Batman may say Don't BLINK. Referencing a quote said in their debut episode: Blink.
- When fighting the Dalek Emperor, he mentions securing a supply of unlimited rice pudding. Referencing an insult the Seventh Doctor used against Davros in Remembrance of the Daleks.
- Various identical strings of numbers can be seen. They actually depict the exact airdate for the episode An Unearthly Child, the first Doctor Who episode in history.
- On a screen, the letters Y-A-N-A can bee seen flashing, one at a time. This is a reference to the episode Utopia, where the Doctor encounters his rival, the Master.
- Along with the Level Pack Levels, this is the only level without any invading foes.
- The name of this level is a parody of the word "delectable" and "Daleks" the main enemies of this level.
- When asked where they have been taken to by Batman The Doctor simply replies "Dave".