Character have released the details on three new Doctor Who Character Building sets:
Tardis stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space and looks just like a wooden Police phone box from the 1950’s on the outside, but is of infinite proportions on the inside. This incredible time machine is piloted by the Doctor, a mysterious Time Lord and its able to transport him anywhere through time and space, disappearing in one place and reappearing somewhere new. Amy Pond waited fourteen years for her chance to travel with the Doctor, after meeting him when she was seven years old. Despite her small-town roots, Amy takes everything in her stride and quickly became the Doctor’s best friend.
Summoned back to Leadworth by Amy and Rory, the Doctor is introduced to Mels, their childhood best friend. When Mels suggests a trip to the Third Reich, the Tardis crashes, inadvertently saving the life of Adolf Hitler. For also in Berlin in 1938 is a mysterious Justice Department Teselecta ship, on a mission to punish the war criminals of the past 0 and they’ve just discovered they’ve bigger fish to fry than Hitler on this mission… after Mels is shot by Hitler, the truth of her identity is revealed as she starts to regenerate…this time into the woman we know as River Song. But will Melody recognise herself or will she continue on with her mission to kill the Doctor? And how much will the Doctor find out about his future in the meantime?
The Girl Who Waited
The Doctor takes Amy and Rory to visit Apalapucia, not realising that the planet has been struck by a plague deadly to Timelords. When he and Rory are separated from Amy and stuck in separate timestreams, the Doctor must stay in the safety of the Tardis - both he and Amy relying on Rory to save her. In a new timestream, Rory meets Old Amy, hardened by the time she’s been waiting to be rescued. When the Doctor finds a way to save Amy, at Old Amy’s expense, she refuses to help - until she remembers her love for Rory and the connection they shared.