Monthly Archives: October 2013

“Go and find a policeman.”

The 50th Anniversary trailer starts with an image of the first person to appear in Doctor Who in ‘The Unearthly Child’, the policeman outside I M Foreman’s scrap yard. For games masters seeking inspiration directly from the source material what … Continue reading

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The Impossible Girl

In an article written for New Statesman on the 30th of June, 2013 Laurie Penny suggests that Amy Pond, Clara Oswald and River Song all fit the definition of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl and are therefore lazy sexist tropes, … Continue reading

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The Gateway To Hell

Premise The Infernal use a volcanic eruption in Iceland to open a gateway to Earth. The PCs join forces with a group of knights on a quest to seal the gateway to what is perceived to be hell and banish … Continue reading

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In 1974 Tom Baker and Ian Marter began writing a script off and on for their own Doctor Who story, which they hoped to eventually turn into a movie. As we know now this didn’t materialise. It wasn’t until 2007 … Continue reading

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50 Years In The TARDIS

In ‘Journey To The Centre Of The TARDIS’ the Doctor’s time machine becomes the main setting for the adventure. This is not the first time that the interior of the TARDIS has become the focus, such as ‘Edge of Destruction’. … Continue reading

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