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Though outwardly warm, bumbling, and clownish, the Second Doctor also had a darker, more cunning aspect to his personality — one which he usually kept hidden in order to carry out his plans. Regenerating when his first incarnation gave in to old age and fatigue following his fight with the Cybermen, this new incarnation was the product of The Doctor's first regeneration.
He met up with his First self and Third self on two occasions and with his Fifth and Sixth 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 played by Patrick Troughton from 1966 to 1969. He made his first return in 1973 in the special ''The Three Doctors". He later returned in 1983 in the special feature-length episode "The Five Doctors". In 1985 he made his last televised appearance as The Doctor in the story "The Two Doctors".
- He is the first young Doctor and the first post-regeneration Doctor. He is also the only known Doctor incarnation who was forced, rather being killed or dying of natural causes, to regenerate into his next incarnation (Third Doctor) in the episode War Games. The Eighth Doctor was in a similair situation, but made the choice to regenerate by himself.
- Archive Audio from specific episodes that feature Patrick Troughton is used in-game for when the Second Doctor is talking.
- This Doctor incarnation often fights and argues with his successor Third Doctor a lot during their 2 team-up adventures, calling him 'Dandy' due to the latter's fancy-like and highly ornate sense of style.
- He was also called the 'Clown' by First Doctor due to his 'messy' outfit. And later also "Little Fellow" due to his size.
- Patrick Troughton died in 1987.
- Interestingly, Troughton is connected to the Harry Potter series indirectly as his grandson Harry Melling portrayed Dudley Dursley in the films.
- Main article: Second Doctor/Gallery