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Doctor Who: The Forgotten
Series: Doctor Who (IDW)
Doctor: Tenth Doctor
First Doctor
Second Doctor
Third Doctor
Fourth Doctor
Fifth Doctor
Sixth Doctor
Seventh Doctor
Eighth Doctor
Ninth Doctor
Companions: Martha Jones (TARDIS impersonation)
Susan Foreman
Ian Chesterton
Barbara Wright
Jamie McCrimmon
Zoe Heriot
Jo Grant
The Brigadier
Mike Yates
John Benton
Romana II
Tegan Jovanka
Vislor Turlough
Peri Brown
Rose Tyler
Enemy: Es'Cartress of the Tactire
Meta-Crisis Tenth Doctor (impersonated by Es'Cartress)
Author: Tony Lee
Editor: Denton J. Tipton
Artist: Pia Guerra
Colourist: Charlie Kirchoff
Lettering: Richard Starkings
Published In: Doctor Who: The Forgotten 1-6
Publication: August 2008 - January 2009
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Format: Comic Book - 6 issues
Previous Story: Agent Provocateur
Following Story: The Whispering Gallery
For the graphic novel, see The Forgotten (graphic novel)



The Doctor discovers a museum dedicated to his lives and has to remember events from his previous incarnations in order to restore his fading memories.


Issue 1: Amputation

The Doctor wakes up in a strange room without the TARDIS or the sonic screwdriver. He finds Martha Jones. and together they explore the building. They soon learn that it is a museum dedicated to the Doctor.

The different displays consist of things such as a Dalek gun, the Seal of Rassilon, and a Voord helmet. They then enter a large room where the Doctor's clothes from his previous nine incarnations are along with some thing he used during that incarnation (jelly babies, a staff, a recorder, psychic paper, etc.). The Doctor mentions how he'd be lost without his previous incarnations.

A strange man in a darkly lit room decides to test that theory. The Doctor suddenly becomes very weak and realizes that he can't remember anything from before his encounter with the Sycorax on Christmas Day a couple of years ago.

Martha brings him his staff from his first incarnation and he tells her a story about (when Susan, Barbara, and Ian were traveling with him) how he saved a pharaoh's life with that staff. He then tells how and when he dropped Ian, Barbara, and Susan off. Martha asks if he thinks that Susan is dead and he replies in the affirmative, and mentions that, as far as he know, he is the last; Although the Doctor mentions he left Susan on a future earth with a freedom fighter she fell in love with. The strange man chuckles and says, "If only that were true". He then reveals (whilst talking to himself) how he will force the Doctor to regenerate so that he can steal the Doctor's remaining incarnations. The Doctor collapses and tells Martha that one of his hearts has stopped; he then collapses into unconsciousness.

Issue 2: Renewal

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Issue 3: Misdirection

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Issue 4: Survival

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Issue 5: Revelation

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Issue 6: Reunion

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Last Great Time War

Races and species

  • The First Doctor mentions that the Egyptian gods Sutekh and Horus were aliens.

The Doctor

  • During the Eighth Doctor flashback, the Doctor claims he created the fiction of being half-human using a chameleon arch in order to deceive an enemy
  • The Doctor indicates that "no one alive" knows about all nine of his past incarnations. The implication in this statement is that Martha Jones is either the first companion to become aware of the first 10 incarnations, or that the Doctor believes that anyone else (companion or Time Lord) who is aware of it is now dead.

The Doctor's items

  • Among the artefacts of the Doctor's past visible: the Seal of Rassilon; a Voord helmet; and items association with each incarnation: a walking stick (First); recorder (Second); Bessie's car keys (Third); a bag of jelly babies (Fourth); a cricket ball (Fifth); a cat brooch (Sixth); an umbrella (Seventh); a cravat (Eighth); and the psychic paper (Ninth).
  • The First Doctor was given his walking stick by Kublai Khan. However the Tenth Doctor at first claims he obtained it in an unchronicled adventure involving Oscar Wilde and "midget assassins," though he later admits it was a ruse to trick "Martha."

Story Notes

  • The Forgotten was a comic book mini-series produced by the American company IDW Publishing in the fall of 2008, following on from its initial Doctor Who title (Agent Provocateur).
  • This was the first officially sanctioned spin-off to feature all ten of the Doctor's incarnations.
  • Collected and reprinted as the graphic novel The Forgotten in April 2009.
  • Due to an unknown error, the dialogue on Page 1 of Issue 6 didn't print. The absence of the dialogue has caused confusion over whether the villain was meant to be the Meta-Crisis Tenth Doctor or not, since all references to it were on this page. The dialogue was later fixed in the trade paperback release. [1]
  • The fact the villain takes the form of the Meta-Crisis Doctor, and the Doctor actually refers to this entity as the Valeyard, has added credence to the rumour that the Meta-Crisis Tenth Doctor could be destined to become the Valeyard.

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  • During the First Doctor's vignette (which is presented in monochrome as a reference to the original series being aired as such), reference is made to the Doctor hoping they don't end up in an Aztec temple, placing the Egyptian adventure after The Aztecs.
  • The Tenth Doctor recalls Susan's departure in DW: The Dalek Invasion of Earth and the return of Ian and Barbara to more-or-less their original time in DW: The Chase. The Doctor says he doesn't reckon that Susan is still alive, but adds that, though he "can't prove it", he believes all the Time Lords are gone. This follows up from his earlier discussion of the Time War with Martha in DW: Gridlock and the return and death of the Master in DW: Utopia and Last of the Time Lords.
  • The mysterious man at the controls in Issue 1 sports a beard similar to that sported by the Anthony Ainley version of the Master. Later, the character's identity is revealed to be an insectoid creature impersonating the Meta-Crisis Tenth Doctor.
  • During the Eighth Doctor's flashback it is suggested that his statement of being "half-human" in DW: Doctor Who (1996) was a ruse.
  • The final issue establishes that the events of The Forgotten occur immediately following the final scene of DW: Journey's End (and does not take into account the deleted cliffhanger from that story).
  • In the Ninth Doctor tale, Captain Jack Harkness is mentioned. There is reference to him being shot in the head and surviving with "not a scratch to be seen", suggesting this is the version of Jack who is already immortal.


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The Forgotten
Series: Enterprise
Written by: Chris Black & David A. Goodman
Directed by: LeVar Burton
Production information
Episode no.: 3x20
Production no.: 072
First aired: 28 April 2004
Date: 2154


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EverQuest II Point of Interest
Zone The Commonlands (Shattered Lands)
Location SW of Crossroads ( 171.83, -46.11, 262.60 ) /waypoint 171.83, -46.11, 262.60 EQ2MAP POI

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The Forgotten Gate Keeper, a member of the race of Forgotten
A stylized mural of one of the Forgotten in Ascalon City, replicas of the mural can be seen in Resplendent Makuun and the guild hall, Isle of the Dead

The Forgotten are a race of four-armed serpent creatures that supervised and maintained all of Tyria nearly 2,600 years from the present day in the game. Unlike regular serpents, they stood upright, used language, and had an elaborate culture.

The Forgotten Ones were brought to Tyria by the Gods of Tyria around the year 1769 BE to assist the dragon prophet Glint. They were to be the custodians, who instructed and guided other races in the formative period of the history of Tyria and maintained balance between all races. They were the keepers of knowledge and the teachers of all things.

With the arrival of humans in Tyria in 205 BE, the role of the Forgotten Ones quickly diminished as the humans mastered many skills, acquired much knowledge, and irreversibly broke the balance that had been maintained for over a millennia. The Forgotten Ones quietly withdrew into the Crystal Desert where humans never succeeded in establishing a civilization and slowly became a myth in the history of humankind.

The Forgotten can be encountered as foes throughout all the missions of Ascension and the Dragon's Lair. They are also encountered as NPCs that provide valuable experience in quests such as The Forgotten Ones and Forgotten Wisdom.



The Forgotten encountered in the game only have spell-caster professions, employing the magically animated Enchanted as their warriors and rangers.

Region Type Collectable Drop
Crystal Desert Monk20 Enemy Priest
Monk20 Forgotten Sage
Necromancer20 Forgotten Cursebearer
Warrior20 Forgotten Champion 1
Ranger20 Forgotten Avenger1
Mesmer20 Forgotten Illusionist
Elementalist20 Forgotten Arcanist
Forgotten Seal
  1. Unlike other enemies in this species, Forgotten Champions and Forgotten Avengers (those dealing physical damage) have the appearance of Enchanted, rather than Forgotten.

For a list of all Forgotten, see Category:Forgotten.


  • According to the Guild Wars Factions manual, the Naga are not related to the Forgotten, despite physical resemblance. One obvious difference lies in the fact that Naga possess one set of arms while the Forgotten have a second set that is ordinarily clasped in front of their torso.

See also

The Forgotten in the Nightfall campaign

Warning: The following text contains spoilers relating to the plot of Nightfall.

By the time of the Nightfall campaign the Forgotten of Elona have been nearly wiped out by the Margonites, however there are also a considerable population of Forgotten serving as the wardens of the Realm of Torment.

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