The 10th Doctor was regenerated from the 9th Doctor. It changes his appearance and personality, but his wisdom and knowledge stays the same. Regeneration is a way to escape death for Time Lords like the Doctor. He is the last of the Time Lords because he was the only one to survive the Time War.
In the Time War, there was a major enemy called the Dalek. They were machines the Time Lords fought against with everything they had. Just one Dalek could cause mass destruction and chaos. Some can even destroy a whole planet by themselves.
The Doctor’s home planet was called Gallifrey and it was home to all the Time Lords. Although, that was before the Time War. After the war, Gallifrey was destroyed along with all the Time Lords, except the Doctor. The Time Lords weren’t the only ones wiped out. All the Dalek were destroyed as well, making the Doctor the only survivor.
The Doctor has some “toys” that he uses quite frequently. First is his TARDIS, which stands for Time and Relative Dimension in Space. It’s his time machine that is cloaked to look like a 1960s style London police box. When he was in 1963 it ended up being stuck to look that way and by the time the TARDIS was fixed the look had grown on him so he kept it (The Beginner’s Guide to the TARDIS).
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