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|Type:||Time travel device|
|Place of origin:||Gallifrey|
|First seen in:||Genesis of the Daleks|
The Master duplicated a stolen Time Ring prototype to send his agents to assassinate key figures in Earth's history, but was thwarted by James Stevens, who used one of the Time Rings to prevent Lee Harvey Oswald's death and later to assassinate John F. Kennedy. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)
The Time Lords gave the Fourth Doctor a Time Ring to return to Nerva Beacon after carrying out a mission to prevent the creation of the Daleks. (TV: Genesis of the Daleks) The temporal distortion caused by the Doctor's actions on Skaro disrupted the Time Ring, scattering the Doctor and his companions across the Adelphine Cluster. After peace was established in the region, the Time Lords gave the Doctor a new Time Ring. (PROSE: A Device of Death) When the Doctor and his companions finally returned to Nerva Beacon, the Time Ring disappeared — presumably having been reclaimed by the Time Lords — much to the astonishment of Harry Sullivan, who had wanted to have it as a memento. (TV: Revenge of the Cybermen)
The Seventh Doctor was given time rings by Muldwych to give to Bernice Summerfield and Jason Kane for their wedding (PROSE: Happy Endings) until Dokien retrieved these wedding rings from Bernice and Jason, as momentos. (PROSE: The Collection) However, somehow they still had their wedding rings after this point. (AUDIO: The Grel Escape)
The Eighth Doctor was given a time ring by Straxus to rescue Lucie Miller from Todd Hulbert. (AUDIO: Human Resources) Straxus later used one to find the Doctor during the Morbius incident. Lucie stole it from him. (AUDIO: Sisters of the Flame) The Doctor then tried to use this time ring to escape the Sisterhood of Karn's dispersal chamber. (AUDIO: The Vengeance of Morbius)
The Tenth Doctor was forced to give an old Time Ring he found in his TARDIS to a Dalek in exchange for it sparing Earth. The Dalek needed Kate Yates, a human controlled by her Dalek Factor to control the Time Ring since he couldn't without an actual arm. The Dalek intended to travel to the year 500,000,000 where the people of Earth are peaceful and know nothing of the Daleks. As the people of that era are peaceful, the Dalek's plan is to have Kate get them to give her the raw materials to rebuild the Dalek race which would then attack once finished. Rose Tyler began to reach out to Kate's human side who, beginning to regain control, used the Time Ring to put a force field up around the Dalek. After the Doctor and Rose manage to reach the human part of Kate, she uses her Dalek knowledge to set the Time Ring to self-destruct. With it on the Dalek, the Time Ring's destruction causes a warp implosion, imploding the Dalek into atoms. The destruction of the Time Ring and the Dalek also caused all the windows in a twenty-mile radius to shatter. (PROSE: I am a Dalek)
A Time Ring was used by Harmonious 14 Zink to travel through time "righting wrongs" wherever he and his wife went. This Time Ring was used during and after the events on Erratoon by Zink and Zara to aid in her search for the Key to Time. (AUDIO: The Prisoner's Dilemma) After taking the segment of the Key on Mars, Zara took Zink's Time Ring from him and used it to travel to Safeplace and to Isskar's ship on her own to continue her quest. (AUDIO: The Judgement of Isskar) She used it again when she was a passenger on the Eschaton and during the conflict between the White Guardian and the Black Guardian on Chaos. (AUDIO: The Chaos Pool)