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Meanwhile, within UNIT's Black Archive, Clara learns that the Zygons from Elizabethan England have entered the three-dimensional paintings in the Undergallery and have emerged in 2013, taking the forms of UNIT members so that they could utilise UNIT's weapons and technology.
While the three Doctors are in their cell, The Moment encourages the War Doctor to ask them the questions he needs answered before he decides whether to destroy Gallifrey.
Unfortunately the time distortions incurred causes all but his latest incarnation to have no memory of his changed decision.
The episode starred Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor and Jenna Coleman as his companion, Clara Oswald.
After a tense exchange, the Doctors devise an escape plan.
They then encounter the real Queen Elizabeth and learn through her of the Zygon scheme to conquer Earth.
In "The Night of the Doctor", Paul Mc Gann reprised his role as the Eighth Doctor from the 1996 television film and subsequent Big Finish audio plays.
Revising the back story, the Doctor succumbs to Clara Oswald's plea to change his mind; and instead, at the last instant of the Time War, he hides his war-torn home planet in time, rather than destroy it.
The soldiers scan for Daleks at Arcadia, Gallifrey's second city and believed due to its impregnable defences to be the safest place on the Time Lords' home planet.
During training exercises, a blurred object in the sky is identified shockingly as the first of a fleet of successfully invading Daleks, which kill the soldiers.
In the midst of the Time War between the Time Lords and the Daleks, the War Doctor — a hitherto-unknown incarnation of the Doctor — decides to trigger an ancient weapon called The Moment in order to destroy both sides completely.
The Moment is sentient and manifests itself as Rose Tyler.
He reluctantly accepts that with all of reality threatened and the universe "on the brink", there is not much need for a doctor, and chooses a potion designed to initiate his regeneration into a hitherto unknown incarnation of the Doctor as a "warrior" (described in credits as the "War Doctor" and played by John Hurt).