Born on the planet Gallifrey, the mysterious time lord known simply as the Doctor quickly grew cynical of the Time Lord Council's insistence on not interfering with the natural flow of universal history.
Deciding to leave and venture across the universe with his granddaughter Susan in one of the older TARDIS ships in his desire to learn and help others who couldn't help themselves, the Doctor found himself initially rejected by his own race as an outcast and it would take several decades to resolve, before he would be accepted back among the ranks of his people once more.
But his perspective of the universe gradually started to change for the better after a chance encounter on the planet Earth in 1963 with two Earthlings named Ian Chesterton & Barbara Wright (the two of them being school teachers to Susan as she decided to try and live a new life among the local populace of Earth despite his objections).
Initially not desiring to have his or Susan's true nature known after discovering their ship in a junkyard, the Doctor trapped the two teachers in the TARDIS and unknowingly whisked them all back to prehistoric times (the group having to learn to get along and work together to get themselves out of the mess they found themselves in, forming very strong bonds with one another by the time they returned to 1960s' Earth and went their separate ways).
Since then, the Doctor has gone through many regenerations, turning into a different person each time with a distinct fashion sense, age range, set of skills and series of personality traits as new companions boarded the TARDIS and joined him in his many adventures across the universe to both save it and learn its countless secrets.
Now however, various incarnations of the Doctor find themselves forcibly pulled out of their natural timestream during a desperate attempt to escape from the deadly Dalek race and find themselves unexpectedly on a different version of Earth altogether, where superheroes and supervillains exist alongside creatures and races none of the Doctors have ever encountered before.
Spotted by mysterious human-styled robots upon exiting their respective TARDIS, the Doctors found themselves surrounded and were worried that this could be the definitive end of their shared existence.
Thankfully, this fear was short-lived as a shield which seemed to illogically defy all forms of gravity, spun around and flung a number of them away (a strange costumed masked man dressed like an American flag leaping in to seemingly assist them).
Ordering them to find cover, the Doctors took that advice on board and rushed behind some nearby barriers, the American hero joined soon after by a younger man dressed in a spider-themed costume, a seemingly regular man with metal claws and the norse god Thor himself as they finished off the surviving enemy stragglers.
Captain America confirming that it was safe to come out, the Doctors approached the four heroes who saved their lives and explained themselves as best they could, for why they were here on a strange floating 'ship' that Captain America called the Helicarrier.
Understanding their confusion, Spider-Man suggested they come along and perhaps find some answers to their current conundrum.
Their chat coming to an abrupt end, more 'Ultron' forces arrived, the Avengers arming themselves anew while most of the Doctors pulled out their sonic screwdrivers, preparing themselves for their biggest adventure yet...
-3 powers, 3 boosts and an Xtreme
-Abilities of healing factor, 30% resistant to poison damage, immunity to mind control
-1 hex-edited skin, HUD, loading screen, icons and voice/sound file using audio of Matt Smith's voice.
-Uses assigned number #41 (will clash with Moon Knight and Fandral)
DISCLAIMER: This mod uses 8 minutes of official music from the Doctor Who franchise. I take no credit for any of these tracks.
-Skins for his other incarnations
1. Aikido Counter: The Doctor uses his experience in the Venusian aikido defensive combat style to his advantage, grabbing an enemy by their arm and non-lethally flinging them to the ground with ease via pressure points, dealing physical damage.
2. Sonic Screwdriver Shock Setting: The Doctor pulls out his trademark device and aims it at nearby enemies, shocking the neural centers of their brain as the energy chains between targets, dealing psychic damage.
3. Time Vortex: One of the Doctor's physically older incarnations (William Hartnell's First Doctor or John Hurt's War Doctor), lend support in their own way by using their TARDIS to re-open time portals generated by Doctor Doom's damage to the space-time continuum, sucking enemies in before they're blasted back out again as dimensional damage is dealt.
4. (Boost) Gallifreyan Ingenuity: Having an extensive knowledge in medicines, the Doctor is able to restore health back for himself and his allies at a hefty energy cost.
5. (Debuff) Aikido Chop: Having experience in this unarmed defensive combat style across most of his incarnations, the Doctor strikes an enemy in a critical, non-life threatening location, stunning them briefly.
6. (Boost) Telepathic Relay: The Doctor uses an obscure skill of his to share info with his teammates on combat strategies telepathically, adding critical hit damage to regular attacks for a time whilst reducing cost of powers as one of his incarnation's theme songs play.
7. (Xtreme) Enemy of the Daleks: Spying their eternal enemy, the Daleks initially target the Doctor before spying far physically stronger threats on the ground from above and decide to try and destroy both forces at the same time, narrowly missing the Doctor as they exterminate all threats on-screen.
Ceamonks890- Mod creation & coding, HUD, loading screen, icons etc
UltraMegaMagnus- Eleventh Doctor model, TARDIS mannequin, Sonic Screwdriver bolton
Download link: https://www.mediafire.com/file/6jmka3qgjvywpxs/The_Doctor_%2528Doctor_Who%2529-_Ceamonks890.7z/file