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Having the ability to travel through time and space, having a special ability to regenerate (as seen in "The Tenth Planet", "The War Games", "Planet of the Spiders", "Logopolis", "The Caves of Androzani", "Time and the Rani", "Doctor Who" the TV movie, "The Parting of the Ways", "The End of Time"), having the rights of Gallifrey that were guaranteed by the High Council of Gallifrey. In "The Five Doctors", the Master was offered (but not granted) a new cycle of regenerations by the Time Lords and, in "The Time of the Doctor", the Doctor was granted such a new cycle.

Also the Doctor is shown to perform feats of strength (he pushed a metal door down in "Doctor Who" the TV movie), endurance (he survived jumping out of a moving spaceship in "The End of Time") and the ability to open the TARDIS with the click of his fingers ("Forest of the Dead", "The Eleventh Hour").

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