Multi-Doctor story? Edit
I noticed that this article is in Category:Multi-Doctor TV stories, but does it really count as one? Sure, it had a cameo by Four, but it was part of an apocryphal story by Missy, who has a track-record of being unreliable. --Commander Awesome (AKA TheCrazyWeirdo) (Talk - Contribs) 23:08, October 13, 2015 (UTC)
I know timey wimey, rewrote history, blah blah, but it annoyed me that the denoument and significant plot point (they shouldn't be able to say 'mercy') has a clear counter-example that was also a significant plot point: The Dalek in "The Big Bang" begging Riversong for mercy, which establishes that Riversong is a bad ***. Dclaar ☎ 19:19, February 6, 2016 (UTC)
Many timelordified Daleks might have escaped destruction via flight. Seems like a terrible oversight.
Also, in the continuity section it's written "The Doctor is seemingly again given the opportunity to commit genocide against the Daleks, but decides against it.", whereas his actions in the end were basically a genocide - unless he realised that many will fly away, and allowing that wouldn't be a very wise thing after he given them some Time Lord mojo... --Tevik ☎ 15:49, June 17, 2016 (UTC)