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.
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Category Archives: A Town Called Mercy
Any science fiction series that has the protagonist encountering alien species has to address the issue of language sooner or later. The Doctor has the added complication that he also travels in time, meaning he and his companions have to … Continue reading
“Anachronistic electricity. Keep Out signs. Aggressive stares. Has someone been peeking at my Christmas list?”
‘A Town Called Mercy’ begins with the Doctor discovering electric lights in a Western town 10 year too early. This immediately intrigues him and shows how anachronisms can be the spark of a new adventure. In most campaigns PCs will … Continue reading
"Today I honour the victims first. His, the Master’s, the Daleks’, all the people who died because of my mercy."
‘A Town Called Mercy’, written by Toby Whithouse, effectively used the background of the Old West to produce an enjoyable companion piece to ‘The God Complex.’ Once again Whithouse explores the Doctor’s methodology, especially in regard to the nature of … Continue reading