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The game allows players to assume similar roles to the Doctor and his companions or as agents of the Celestial Intervention Agency. The game was based on the programme and used it as its primary source material. The main set of three rulebooks was followed by several separately published adventures and supplements for the game, which provided details about the Daleks , the Cybermen and the Master.

The supplements contained two pamphlets, one for players and another for game masters. The game came out in two printings, one showing painted artwork of the Fourth Doctor and Leela the other a publicity photograph of them. Neither the Fourth Doctor or Leela, at that date, still appeared in the series. The painting printing had interior rulebooks with slick white covers, while the photographic edition featured more textured brown Victorian-styled rulebooks.

Keith, Jr. Two part module that includes full details about the Daleks' back story, playing guide stats and new scenario. Within it is stated that Adric was saved from death by a Time Lady named Lenora and taken to Gallifrey. A senseless murder, over a strange artifact, was only the very beginning of the terror of The Iytean Menace.

What was the ancient evil, and how had it been awakened? Where would it strike next? The Time Lord and his Companions had been sent to the capital of Queen Victoria's realm to learn the source of a strange weapon that should never have been on Earth at all.

What they found was a web of mystery and deception that led them, step by step, to a confrontation with The Iytean Menace. Andrew Keith. Giant starship and mobile world, Destiny of Ydar is both refuge and vengeance of a long-dead civilization which must be stopped, or worlds will die.

The cooperation of the Ydarans is vital. To bad they're caught up in a civil war just now. Too bad, too, that they've forgotten the rest of the universe exists Has the archeological excavation of an ancient Druidic mound awakened something that was better left undisturbed? And are these strange occurrences related to the presence of a mysterious energy field?

The Time Lord and his Companions are sent to Hartlewick, England to locate the source of this unexplained energy field. But they do not have much time. Forces are at work to unleash something hideous and all-too-powerful upon the residents of Earth. This scenario was originally intended for Chaosium's Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game. An evil renegade Time Lord has allied himself with British tribesmen to lure a Roman army -- and a Roman Emperor -- into a deviously plotted trap.

History will be changed and an army of fanatic conquerors loosed upon the Galaxy if a Time Lord and his Companions cannot stop the renegade's sinister plan. As time runs out, the adventurers race to their final confrontation with the Legions of Death. That was only the first mystery that confronted the Time Lord and his Companions when they set out to investigate a violent revolution in an age of turmoil, and stumbled into a plot that could end human history -- and change the universe forever.

A lost city and a vanished race from the depths of time and [sic] hold the key to the destiny of the Earth, unless the adventurers can penetrate the mysteries of the City of Gold.

A collision in the Vortex with an unknown timeship…a forced materialization on the rocky seaside cliffs of feudal Japan…a power play among the samurai warlords who wield absolute power in an ancient and mysterious realm. To achieve their goals, the adventurers must learn to understand the shifting politics and timeless culture of the Land of the Rising Sun.

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RPG Reference Home. What's New Questions? Sell us your stuff! I'm no expert on the series, but it looks like the writers put a lot of love into the writing. The 1st printing on the left white books contains information on the 6th Doctor missing in the later printings. The Daleks are invading Earth. The Cybermen are terrorizing the space lanes.


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Unlike other fictional universes, the Doctor Who universe is created solely by fiction. To us, this is not a valid source. Information from this source can only be used in "behind the scenes" sections, or on pages about real world topics. Players could either assume the role of the Doctor and his companions or of other Time Lord characters accompanied by his or her companions and acting on behest of the Celestial Intervention Agency on Gallifrey. The Master has stolen a weapon that will give him the ultimate control of the universe and of time itself.

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