ABOUTThe purpose of this blog is to explore the world of Doctor Who in all its forms to draw out useful ideas that can be used in the Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space (DWAITS) published by Cubicle 7. I've been roleplaying for decades and have been a Who fan even longer. With the publication of a new system it seemed the perfect time to generate material to fuel campaigns for years to come.
BROKEN HEROESBroken Heroes is a full length novel by the writer of this blog. In Silver City a secret community play at being superheroes and villains but someone isn't playing by the rules. When people start turning up dead one woman must discover who is responsible before more people die but she has a secret of her own.
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If you enjoy this blog find D&D 5E adventures written by the author below.
In The Long Night a summer festival and the quest for love goes wrong. Perfect for a new group of adventurers.
The Judgement of Bones is a collection of adventures that present moral quandaries and tough choices for any group.
Monthly Archives: April 2013
‘Journey to the centre of the TARDIS’, written by Stephen Thompson, allows the Doctor’s most faithful companion take centre stage. The title alone promises that we’ll go further into the TARDIS than ever before. Unfortunately the episode fails to deliver … Continue reading
At the end of ‘The Three Doctors’ the Time Lords provide the Doctor with a new dematerialisation circuit and restore his knowledge of time travel. Once again the Doctor is free to explore space and time. How would things change … Continue reading
‘Hide’, written by Neil Cross, is a spooky story. Rich in atmosphere, brilliant directing and some excellent guest stars hampered only by worrying shifts in tone, unfortunately side-lining Clara and rushing the ending. Spoilers From Here On! Just as ‘Cold … Continue reading
In ‘The War Games’ the 2nd Doctor makes a fateful decision to summon the Time Lords. Although this resolves the problem created by the War Chief it leads to his capture, forced regeneration and exile to Earth. How might things … Continue reading
‘Cold War’, written by Mark Gatiss, sees the welcome return of the Ice Warriors to Doctor Who (onscreen anyway). It brings with it the feel of a tradition ‘base under siege’ coupled with a homage to Alien. It is an … Continue reading
In ‘The Snowmen’ the Doctor makes use of a Memory Worm. He apparently keeps this on hand to remove witnesses memories of anything they might have seen including their encounters with him. Clara only avoids this fate because doing so … Continue reading
‘The Rings of Akhaten’, written by Neil Cross, is an wonderful exercise in world building, creating a vivid alien backdrop for the adventure. Just as in ‘The End of the World’ and ‘Beast Below’ the companion is taken out of … Continue reading