101 Form TARDIS
The Time Lords started trying to create a successful 100 Form TARDIS 137 years before the War, beginning with the 101 Project. The idea was to creating a TARDIS that is capable of interacting on a verbal level with Time Lords. A TARDIS that is fully sentient in humanoid terms. The designation of 101-Form was at the President's request. The 101 Form was probably an extensive modification of the Master's Type 45 TARDIS. The Master made several special changes to her Heart. The 101 Form was slowly programmed with biodata waldoes as it developed. 19 years before the Time War the 101 Form was born. She survived her birth but was a screaming terrified ship that was completely beyond the Time Lords control. The 101-Form is regarded as the first Renegade TARDIS. Officially it believed to have been destroyed but (if it really was Lolita) then it appears to have escaped.
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