Category Archives: Time Heist

“I’m a hacker slash bank robber.”

One of the people recruited by the Doctor in ‘Time Heist’ is Psi, an augmented human. The computer inside his head proves to be very useful in accessing the bank’s computers and downloading information. Psi claims that he is a … Continue reading

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“Touch me, Doctor, and you’ll be looking at yourself. I am alone.”

‘Time Heist’ introduces Saibra, a shape-shifting mutant. The existence of mutants allows you to mix Doctor Who and X-Men into a single setting. Mutations are a good way to give human characters interesting powers. There are many different ways in … Continue reading

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“I am Clara Oswald, human. I have agreed to this memory wipe of my own free will. Do I really have to touch that worm thing?”

I’ve discussed the use of the Memory Worm here but ‘Time Heist’ presents another way to use them in your campaign. One moment the Doctor and Clara are on Earth when the phone rings and when they answer they are … Continue reading

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“If you ever need help with another bank heist…”

Having successfully masterminded a bank robbery in ‘Time Heist’ the Doctor does seem keen to team up with Psi on a future caper. This pursuit would appeal to his anti-authoritarian, anarchist streak not to mention he would relish the opportunity … Continue reading

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“I was hoping for minimalism, but I think I came up with magician!”

‘Time Heist’, by Stephen Thompson  and Steven Moffat, has a intriguing take on a bank heist but is more style than substance. Strong visuals and special effects, particularly in the design of the alien Teller, make this episode enjoyable, rather … Continue reading

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