But that was the point of Day only. That he realizes it at his incarnation's end. Until then, he's not, and should not, be the Doctor. He's the Seventh Doctor up to 11 in scheming and manipulating, the Third in strategic organization and fighting, and the Eighth in a hundredth in rage and anger (which he can be a lot of the time in the audios). I hate that he's "just the Doctor" in the Big Finish audios, because that makes the already bland adventures all the more forgettable. It wasn't just the wiping of Gallifrey's destruction that earned him being scorned, he ignored himself first. I genuinely wish the audios had taken a similar step with the character, instead of following the trend set by Day. No one argues the First and Seventh aren't the Doctor, after all. He should have acted more like a Warrior. He should have been more ruthless, cunning and, well, war-like. He should never been like the Doctor, because that's what the Ninth and onwards tried to be. On the other hand, I totally agree with him. The WAR Doctor is not the Doctor. He didn't count himself as the Doctor. The Eleventh Doctor was never the Twelfth or even the Thirteenth Doctor. Really, I blame Moffat for creating the War Doctor in the first place, not for not counting him numerically afterwards. Its bad enough he retroactively introduced a new Doctor, anyway. Writing makes for a huge difference. In everything. Also, BF took the literal, Moffat interpretation of the Time War rather than RTD's abstract, impossibly convoluted but epic approach idea. I am behind those audios but I am looking forward to to listening to them, eventually.