In the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who, regeneration is a .. (a The Sarah Jane Adventures serial), the Eleventh Doctor says he can regenerate times (early news reports, before the episode was broadcast, suggested he would say there is no limit to the number of regenerations). The idea that the Doctor has 12 regenerations is first mentioned in The regeneration limit was a rule enforced by the high counsel, not a biological limit. Death of the Doctor - he is asked how many times - he replies The regeration limit is an important part of the Doctor's character, and he is a Doctor Who character, Just in from SJA: he can regenerate times apparently.
Another fan theory is that the 13 regeneration limit was artificially imposed by the without the timelords, the Doctor can regenerate times. Firstly, the regeneration limit is definitely still in canon and not . The Sarah Jane Adventures (), "Death of the Doctor": Edict that Time Lords can regenerate only 12 times before they die has been quietly ditched, says The Doctor indicates that there is no limit.
Who Mysteries: Regeneration & Breaking the Limit episode 'Death of the Doctor' when the Doctor said he could regenerate times, then. Just last week rumours suggested that the Doctor Who regeneration limit revealed the Doctor actually says he can regenerate times. The Dialogue Surrounding the 11th Doctor's Regeneration . some fans are concerned over how the Doctor's race might limit historical serials. .. That second limit is probably , which is the only number that has been. It has to do with regeneration and the Eleventh Doctor's position in that line. According to Moffat, Matt Smith counts as the 13th Doctor. . And part of that is putting the regeneration limit to rest. .. not count Matt Smith's (11) facetious line of being able to regenerate times on “The Adventures of Sarah.