Happy new year fellow nerds. My friends and I are working to recreate different characters in Dnd 5e. Yesterday i made The Doctor from dr. who.
If anything the Doctor is high Intelligence, low Wisdom. He gets lost in his thoughts and has a hard time remembering to explain them to the muggles, but the depth and breadth of his knowledge are unfathomable and even off-putting to people who haven't been alive for 1000 years. His CON should be high - not just the actual Regeneration process, but he is shown to be highly resistant to radiation and toxic chemicals that would harm or kill a human, and his binary vascular system (two hearts) makes him generally more robust.
Personally I would aimmore along the lines of a Divination wizard with the Sage background (knowledge is everything and you're a step ahead of everybody else). Str 10 Dex 14 Con 16 Int 20 Wis 11 Cha 18. Skills: Arcana, History, Insight, Investigation. Cantrips: Light, Mending, Minor Illusion; 1st Level: Alarm, Comprehend Languages, Detect Magic, Identify, Sleep, Shield
The Doctor prefers to talk first, run second, and defeat his enemy by messing up their plan (rather than directly attacking them) third. He does occasionally lose sight of this methodology and leave scorched earth behind, but even then it's because he uses his enemies' weapons or situation against them. He doesn't usually bring weapons.
The doctor is NOT a pacifist. The 10th and 11th doctors were reluctant to use weapons because of the mental scars left by the Time War, but earlier doctors (and for that matter also the 12th) were not afraid to kill or destroy planets for the greater good. @Fardragon @typo_tilly