10 Steps To Avoid Getting Killed On Doctor Who

Residing in the “Doctor Who” universe is dangerous. Here are ten steps to help you avoid your untimely death.

“Death – The Doctor’s Truest Companion” – Tardis concept painting by Nicole Barker

“Death – The Doctor’s Truest Companion” – Tardis concept painting by Nicole Barker

1. When you see The Doctor, run the opposite direction (this will ultimately keep you as safe as possible).

2. Don’t get lost in an alternate universe.

3. Don’t blink around angel statues.

4. Do waste time by provoking the villain with playful banter about how The Doctor will save you.

5. Do not look directly into the time vortex.

6. Avoid shadows.

7. Do tell The Doctor if you notice something “out of place” in your surroundings.

8. Have K-9, the robotic dog, as a companion.

9. Do not wander anywhere by yourself.

10. Remember to turn left (this will not only save you, but the entire universe).

! IMPORTANT ! If you are caught be either the Cybermen or Daleks, death is most likely imminent.

Crop 1 of "Death - The Doctor's Truest Companion" - Tardis concept painting by Nicole Barker

Crop 1 of “Death – The Doctor’s Truest Companion” – Tardis concept painting by Nicole Barker

Crop 3 of "Death - The Doctor's Truest Companion" - Tardis concept painting by Nicole Barker

Crop 3 of “Death – The Doctor’s Truest Companion” – Tardis concept painting by Nicole Barker

Doctor Who - Tardis concept, iPhone 5 case design by Nicole Barker

Doctor Who – Tardis concept, iPhone 5 case design by Nicole Barker


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