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|Five Hundred Year Diary|
|Made by:||The Doctor|
|First seen in:||The Power of the Daleks|
The Five Hundred Year Diary was a journal kept by the Doctor. Further updates included the Nine Hundred Year Diary, (TV: Doctor Who) the Twelve Hundred Year Diary, (TV: The History of the Doctor) and the Two Thousand Year Diary. (TV: The Girl Who Died)
The First Doctor began writing the diary whilst still on Gallifrey, but left it there when escaping with Susan. It was returned to him by his mentor K'anpo Rimpoche, shortly before his first regeneration. (PROSE: The Three Paths)
By the final time of his fifth incarnation, the Doctor confessed to Peri Brown he tried keeping a diary, not chronological, but "the trouble with time travel is one never seems to find the time". (TV: The Caves of Androzani)
- It is disputable if he was referring to the Five Hundred Year Diary.
By the time he was traveling with Lucie Miller, the Eighth Doctor had the Five Hundred Year Diary in the TARDIS library. He used the book to pinpoint which species of alien was threatening Little Morton. He was able to correctly guess that he was dealing with a Quitoxin. (AUDIO: The Young Lions)
Further diaries Edit
The Tenth Doctor had a psychic diary written on psychic paper. He explained to Christina that it held everything he saw and felt. The Doctor kept this diary on a desk in the TARDIS's library, but due to a cloud layer in the library's upper stacks, the desk was rained on no matter where it was placed. The Doctor was forced to use a saucepan to catch the rain so it didn't moulder the psychic paper and produce psychic mould and psychic mushrooms. (PROSE: Keeping up with the Joneses)
The Eleventh Doctor had a Twelve Hundred Year Diary, which he and Clara read it when the Doctor forgot everything about himself. His memories were returned after reading the book. (TV: The History of the Doctor)