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The First Doctor was, by his own statement, the "original" incarnation of The Doctor. Holding himself in high regard, he was prone to criticizing those whom he felt were naive or primitive compared to his intellect. However, he possessed compassion, warmth, and wit that made up for his egocentric nature, serving to act as a mentor and guardian figure in his elderly years. Originally a very difficult and curmudgeonly person, the First Doctor matured from an apparent selfishness and became more inviting. His happier, kinder characteristics fostered when he began to acquire an entourage of companions to accompany him throughout the wonders of the fourth dimension and learned to be a caregiver with a sense of justice in a universe afflicted by evils.
He met up with his Second and Third self on two occasions and with his Fifth self on one occasion. He joined his other incarnations in the shows 50th Anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor" where he helped save his home planet during the special's climax.
- Regeneration (Changes his own appearance after getting killed off in game)
- TARDIS Access (Access TARDIS interior)
- Sonar Smash
- Intelligence Access
- This incarnation of The Doctor was originally played by William Hartnell from 1963 to 1966. He returned in 1973 to play the Doctor in the anniversary story "The Three Doctors". His illness prevented him to act opposite the other Doctors. Instead, his scenes where shot in front of a black screen and shown on television screen inside the Third Doctor's TARDIS. Due to his death, Hartnell was then replaced by Richard Hurndall in 1983, who then played the part in the special feature-length episode "The Five Doctors" and in 2013, John Guilor voiced the part for the 50th Anniversary's big climax.
- Archive Audio from specific episodes that feature William Hartnell is used in-game for when the First Doctor is talking.
- Two of the three possible lines he said when leaving are from a farewell speech when he bid farewell to his granddaughter Susan Foreman when she decided to live in 23rd Century Earth.
- William Hartnell died in 1975.
- Doc Brown is very similar to this Doctor because they both have time machines, both are old men, and have similar hairstyles.
- Main article: First Doctor/Gallery