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Doctor Who: 10 Potential Ways The Eleventh Doctor Could 'Die'

Amy Dr Apple Okay Whovians, we don't want to think about it, but December is quickly approaching. This means that our lovely Eleventh Doctor, who we've grown to love and care for, is going to "die". This is obviously a sad thought €“ Matt Smith has made a great impact on many of the fans as a great and wonderful person, and an even more amazing actor. We got to see a Doctor in Eleven that could be childish and playful one minute and deeply somber the next. Eleven gave depth to a character, we were able to see the pain of the many losses the Doctor suffered put a strain on who the Doctor used to be, and who he was becoming. In short: in the idea of making the show into a drama and less into a children's show, Matt did an incredible job and rose to the challenge easily. To be honest though, I'd be lying if I didn't say that I knew that it was coming to a time where Eleven was possibly getting too old. (In Ten's words: "I've lived too long"). The pain that he's suffered from losing his loved ones was so astronomical that we were beginning to see it, and if emotional pain can cause a regeneration (can it?), I think Eleven would have hit his time. In short: we need a new Doctor to spice things up. What worries me, and I think worries a lot of people, is that this will be the first regeneration that Moffat writes on his own. Did anyone else's stomach drop completely? I'm so scared about what this could mean for the Doctor, what pain he will face while he's regenerating. We're going to go from least possible to most possible. Have ideas of your own? Talk to me!
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I'm currently attending my local college while trying to figure out who I am. I love Doctor Who, Sherlock, really any BBC show. I've also been told I'm a bit of a nerd. Specifically, a theatre nerd.