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"The lever you have pulled – “Brakes” – is not in service. Please make a note of it."
―Train computer
Cold Fusion
Series: Doctor Who -
Virgin Missing Adventures
Release Number: 29
Doctor: Fifth Doctor
Seventh Doctor
Companions: Adric
Chris Cwej
Roz Forrester
Enemy: the Ferutu
Setting: Unnamed Earth Colony, c. late 27th century/early 28th century, during the Earth Empire era
Author: Lance Parkin
Publisher: Virgin Books
Publication: December, 1996
Format: Paperback Book, 319 Pages
ISBN: ISBN 0426204891
Previous Story: The Plotters
Following Story: Burning Heart


Publisher's Summary

'The entire universe is at stake and I'm locked in here with another incarnation of myself, and not even one of the good ones!'

More than one TARDIS lands on a barren ice world. The fifth Doctor, Adric, Nyssa and Tegan find a once ordered society on the verge of collapse, as rebels wage a dirty war with Scientifica, the ruling elite. All that stands between order and anarchy is the massed presence of an Adjudicator peacekeeping force.

But is peace the only reason for the Adjudicator garrison? What exactly has been discovered deep below the planet's surface? Who are the mysterious Ferutu? And why is telling a ghost story a criminal offence?

The fifth Doctor sides with the cause of justice and fairness as always. But, as a threat to the universe unfolds, he finds himself in conflict with his past... and his future.


  • Fifth Doctor
    • Is only just getting over his recent regeneration.
  • Seventh Doctor
    • His favourite biscuits are Chocolate Hob-Nobs.
    • Has to hide his emotions on seeing Adric again.
  • Adric
  • Nyssa
  • Tegan
  • Chris Cwej
    • Uses the alias Bruce Jovanka.
  • Roz Forrester
    • Is beginning to feel her age.
  • Patience
    • Born in the house of Blyledge on "Glorious Gallifrey".
    • She has/had 13 grandchildren.
    • Her husband was one of the first to explore the vortex.
  • Adjudicator Provost-General Tertullian Medford
    • A secret member of Unitatus.


  • The TARDIS has a lightspeed overdrive.
  • The Machine belongs to Patience.
  • Tegan has seen Blake's 7 and can cope with the idea of transmats.
  • Unitatus is what UNIT became; they use the old UNIT logo (a grid within a circle) as their herald.
  • The colony has a Skybase in orbit.
  • The Ferutu are beings from an alternate universe in which Gallifrey was destroyed shortly after Omega's experiments; they have supplanted the role of the Time Lords, and actively engage in protecting and shaping the universe. Their "technology" (if it can be called that) is more akin to magic runes.
  • The Embodiment of Gris is mentioned by the Fifth Doctor.
  • The Fifth Doctor never uses expletives.
  • The Doctor disarms several fusion bombs by using his Sonic screwdriver to reverse the polarity of the neutron flow, an act he states is beyond the capabilities of the Humanian Era.
  • The reasons that the Doctor seems to not remember meeting his past self in other multi-Doctor stories is discussed; in most of the televised adventures, it is credited to the Blinovitch Limitation Effect.


  • This is the only multi-Doctor story of either the Virgin New Adventures or the Virgin Missing Adventures.
  • The seventh Doctor comments about perspectives, and how "from a certain point of view, we're already died. You. Me. Adric. Roz". When the book was published, the eighth Doctor had begun his travels and [[So Vile a Sin]] been "sort of" published showing Roz's death.
  • Does the (seventh) Doctor remember events from his younger (fifth) self? Well Roz does hit him harder then he'd planned... this is one of the few attempts to explore the idea of multi-Doctor stories from the point-of-view of the future Doctor. He does attempt to get the fifth Doctor out of the way and back to trying to get Tegan home, but he avoids answering the question about how much he remembers.



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For the Seventh Doctor

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Series: Starfleet Corps of Engineers, No. 6
Author(s): Keith R.A. DeCandido
Publication information
Published: eBook - July 2001
ISBN: ISBN 0743425787
Omnibus: Miracle Workers


Introduction (blurb)

Following the catastrophic conclusion of Avatar, Lieutenant Nog -- the chief operations officer of space station Deep Space 9 -- joins forces with the crew of the USS da Vinci!

With the station's future in doubt, Nog meets the da Vinci at Empok Nor, Deep Space 9's long-abandoned twin, in order to salvage vital technology. But they arrive to find that someone has beaten them to it -- an enigmatic and dangerous alien race known as the Androssi. When the SCE crew learns what the Androssi have planned for Empok Nor, it threatens not only the lives of the da Vinci and Deep Space 9 crews, but galactic peace itself!


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  • The Androssi, a recurring foe of the S.C.E. who also play a role in the A Time to... miniseries, appear for the first time in this story.

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Previous eBook:
Interphase, Book 2
SCE eBooks Next eBook:
Invincible, Book 1
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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Cold Fusion
 English: Cold Fusion
 Japanese (Kanji): フュージョン・フリージング
 Phonetic: Fyūjon Furīzingu
 Translated: Fusion Freezing
Type: Trap Cards
Property: Normal Image:Normal.png
Card Description(s):
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Other Card Information:
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: Present
TCG/OCG Statuses
Card/Deck/Starchip/DP Costs
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Facts about Cold FusionRDF feed
Actions No Entry  +
Anti-Support Fusion Monsters  +
Archetype Related No Entry  +
Archetypes No Entry  +
Archetypes Support No Entry  +
Attack No Entry  +
Attribute Trap Cards  +
Card Image ColdFusion-JP-Manga.jpg  +
Card Type Normal Trap Cards  +
Class 1 ManEx  +
Class 3 Manga  +
Counters Ice Counter  +
English Name Cold Fusion  +
Fusion Material No Entry  +
Japanese Name フュージョン・フリージング  +
Life Points No Entry  +
Lore Destroy 1 [[Fusion Monsters|Fusion Mon Destroy 1 Fusion Monster your opponent controls and Special Summon, from your opponent's Graveyard to their side of the field, all Fusion Material Monsters listed on that Fusion Monster. Place 1 Ice Counter on each monster that was Special Summoned this way. A monster with a Ice Counter cannot change its Battle Position. r]] cannot change its Battle Position.
Medium Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Manga  +
Misc No Entry  +
MonsterSpellTrap Destroys Monster Cards  +, Destroys face-up Monster Cards  +, Destroys your opponent's Monster Cards  +, Destroys your opponent's face-up Monster Cards  +, Destroys Attack Position Monster Cards  +, Destroys Defense Position Monster Cards  +, Destroys your opponent's Attack Position Monster Cards  +, and Destroys your opponent's Defense Position Monster Cards  +
Phonetic Name Fyūjon Furīzingu  +
RFP No Entry  +
S/T Class Normal Spell Cards  +
Stats No Entry  +
Summoning Special Summons from your opponent's Graveyard  +, and Special Summons to your opponent's field  +
Support No Entry  +
Synchro Material No Entry  +
Translated Name Fusion Freezing  +
Types Normal  +

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