LEGO Dimensions Easter Eggs | Doctor Who: The Fan Show

Wwwwwwhat’s going on every body? Game Unboxing
Reviews here, and today I’m taking over the official Doctor Who YouTube channel! I’ve
been asked by the team at The Fan Show to bring you what I think
are the coolest hidden Doctor Who Easter Eggs and references in LEGO Dimensions. Now as you’re probably aware, LEGO Dimensions
is a “toys to life” video game. It features both a dedicated Doctor Who level
in the starter pack, and an extra level which features in the Doctor Who level
pack, which is sold separately. Not only that but you can also play as not
just the Twelfth Doctor, but ALL thirteen incarnations of our favourite Time Lord. Each feature their respective Sonic Screwdriver,
unique animations, and voices. As well as that, you can also explore all of the TARDIS
control rooms at any time. And if that’s not enough, there are tonnes
of cool hidden missions and subtle references of 50 years of Doctor Who scattered throughout
the game. So, without further ado, let’s get to it! Now in LEGO Dimensions we see appearances
from many famous enemies in the Doctor Who universe, but my personal favourite in this
game has to be the K1 Robot, who made his first appearance in
the episode “Robot”, on December 28th 1974. So, to actually find the K1, you’re going
to need to go to this area in the level The Dalek Extermination of Earth. Once you get there, you’re going to need
a character or vehicle that can spray water to make a plant grow. Once you’ve sprayed the plant, you should
now see a locate keystone. All you have to do is activate the keystone and follow where
the toy pad tells you to go. When it lights up green it means you’re
going to right way and obviously when it lights up red, you’re going the wrong way. And there you have it! You have now found
K1 but also the hidden Clara in peril from this mission. Okay, this isn’t funny anymore. Doctor! Now in the main story level, A Delectable
Adventure, you can find the numbers 17, 16, 23, 11 and 63 on display in certain parts
of the level. Now, some of you may be wondering what does
this actually mean? Well, it is of course a reference to one of the most important moments
in history. It is of course the day that Doctor Who was
born with the first episode An Unearthly Child starring the very first incarnation of the
Doctor, played by of course, William Hartnell, being
broadcast on the 23rd November 1963 at 5:16pm on BBC TV. Now, obviously we now and love Tom Baker as
the Fourth Doctor and his original console room holds a very classic feel to it. However, some of you may not notice but he
did actually have a second TARDIS console room which first appeared in the episode The Masque of Mandragora in 1976. Now you’re all probably wondering this is
cool and all but how do we actually access this version of the TARDIS in the game. Well,
it’s pretty simple. All you have to do is enter the TARDIS on
the fourth day of any month. So one of my all time favourite Doctor Who
episodes is the 50th anniversary special, The Day of the Doctor and it was in that very
episode where we witness the Doctor in his War incarnation played by
the brilliant John Hurt trying to make the decision on whether he should destroy Gallifrey
or not. Now then, thankfully you can’t exactly do
that but if you enter the TARDIS as the War Doctor at any time then you should find the
moment just sitting there. If you smash it and then rebuild it, you should
see that it now has a big red button, just like the one the War Doctor requested. All you need to do now is hit the moment and
watch what happens. Now this Easter egg right here is extremely
cool as it’s basically a two in one in references to two amazing episodes. So first off, in the level A Delectable Adventure,
once you push the generator into the machine, build and then climb to the top of this ladder. Once you get to the very top, you just need
to fix the machine on the very far left. If done correctly then the very famous Pandorica
should then appear. So now that we have the Pandorica, we actually
need to open it up and to do that we need a magic character such as either Gandalf or
the Wicked Witch. Now, once the Pandorica is open, it will release
a pile of LEGO bricks which then of course you can build into a TARDIS travel pad. Now just hop into the TARDIS, use the travel
pad and it will take you directly to the next day. Now you are on board the SS Madame De Pompadour
which made it’s first appearance in the episode The Girl in the Fireplace back in
2006. Now, you can explore this area as much as
you want but there are also some fun little things you can find such as Arthur who some
may remember is the horse that the Tenth Doctor both named and rode
through a time window. But personally I think the best part of this Easter egg is of course
the actual fireplace. Simple stand on the fireplace button and you’ll
be taken directly to the The Palace of Versailles. Now, just like the SS Madame de Pompadour,
you can explore this area as much as you want but the main goal is to find and sometimes
even rebuild all of the clockwork droids in the area. Once you have
found and rebuilt all of them you will be rewarded with a little dance from the clockwork
droids themselves. Now, this Easter egg features one of my all
time favourite Doctor Who characters. It is of course Captain Jack Harkness. Hey there! Jack challenges you to celebrate the Face
of Boe’s birthday by rounding up all of his dancing Ood. Once you have found all five of them, you
will then be rewarded with a little musical number from Captain Jack himself. For he’s a jolly good Face of Boe! For he’s
a jolly good Face of Boe! Now, as some of you may remember, there was
a Silurian city located deep beneath Wales in 2020 which held many Silurians who went
into hibernation. This location was first seen in the episode
Cold Blood on the 29th May 2010. So in the Doctor Who adventure world, you can actually
find the Silurian city. All you need to do is follow where I go and
have access to a strong character who can smash cracked LEGO objects. Now, if done correctly, you should be able
to enter the Silurian city. Now, there are a few collectables to find
when inside here but there is also a very cool side mission which involves Madame Vastra
asking you can rescue some captured civilians including some familiar
faces. Now, two of my personal favourite episodes
from Doctor Who series 8 are Dark Water and Death in Heaven and it was in these two episodes
that we saw the 3W facility which was actually hidden within
St Paul’s Cathedral. It was known as an organisation used my Missy
who was preparing a Cyberman army to concur the Universe with. Until the Doctor came along and stopped her
of course! So within the Doctor Who adventure world, you can actually find St Paul’s Cathedral
and once you first visit it, there will be nothing inside. However, you can renovate it by paying off
the required amount of studs and once you’ve done that, it will add all of the 3W facility
equipment. One of the creepy things that you can actually
do whilst you’re in the 3W facility is actually convert these skeletons into Cybermen. Now, this Easter egg right here allows you
to visit the Silurian Ark from the episode Dinosaurs on a Spaceship. Now to actually get to this location, all
you have to do is visit the main story level, Riddle-Earth and once you’re in the second
area of that level, you should find a pile of bricks on the ground. From here you
will need to build a TARDIS travel pad and once you’ve done that, you just need to
hop into the TARDIS, jump on the TARDIS travel pad and it will take you
directly to the Silurian Ark. Now, once you’re actually on board the Silurian
Ark, there are quite a few cool things you can do and things to find. You’ll come across Robot 1 and Robot 2 from
the actual episode but just be sure to mind out for Tricey Where did they go? And yes, you’ll even get to fight off against
a load of attacking Raptors. And last but certainly not least, I’m going
to show you how to find the Black Archive. So once you get to Skaro in the level The
Dalek Extermination of Earth, you will find a pile of burning LEGO bricks which will of
course you will need to build a TARDIS travel pack. To actually extinguish
the flames you’re going to need a specific character or vehicle and once you’ve done
that, you can of course rebuild the TARDIS travel pad which will then
take you directly to the Black Archive. Now, the Black Archive is hands down my personal
favourite Doctor Who Easter egg in LEGO Dimensions as it references so many exciting things such
as the head of Omega, the Cyberbrig and even the
third Doctor trying to get away from a time scoop using his very famous car known as Bessie. So those are just a few of my favourite hidden
Doctor Who Easter eggs in LEGO Dimensions. Let me know if you have any others in the
comments below and remember, if you want to play along as a Cyberman
or ride around on a Dalek, the fun pack is in stores now. Alight everybody, until next time.

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100 thoughts on “LEGO Dimensions Easter Eggs | Doctor Who: The Fan Show

  1. you actually have to enter the TARDIS on any day of the month with the number 4 in it while being the 4th doctor to access that TARDIS

  2. Wow… When I saw that the first time I knew nothing from that.And now when I finished season 9 I remember all these things!

  3. Going back to the Unearthly Child easter egg, I bought and played lego dimensions recently, and while playing through the level (Dalektable Adventure) I heard "Are you my mummy?", which is also a reference to Unearthly Child.

  4. I'm hoping they will release a Bill fun pack in the future. Or maybe a playable Missy who can morph into any version of the Master.

  5. the one with the fourth doctors other tardis interior i got it and it's the eighth day in this month and i enterd the tardis for a fourth time and it came up

  6. i like the gap between the universes the most from the 5th season you can sometimes find it next to the TARDIS spot on the wall or when you jump in the TARDIS with 11th doctor you can find it in the window

  7. I don't see why some people don't know about the warm wooden TARDIS console for the Fourth Doctor. It was the console present when Sarah Jane left!

  8. Am I the only one who cringed when he said MISSY was going to use the cybermen to take over the universe?

    OMG did he just say CONVERT these skeletons to cybermen?

  9. Why do all youtubers have to start a video with "wwwwhat's going on guys?" Do you think you're being funny, you're showing off personality? Quite the opposite, it's pretty sad because you're showing you're an empty shell without any personality.

    With this said this was a good video

  10. The fourth Doctor's alternate control room isn't just available on the 4th of the month, but also the 14th and 24th days of the month.

  11. That silurian city is set under London, you can literally see saint Paul's cathedral across from the street from "wales"

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