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Dr Who

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Endgame
Series: Doctor Who -
BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures
Release Number: 40
Doctor: Eighth Doctor
Companions:
Enemy: The Players
Setting: Earth, England, London, 1951
Earth, USA, Washington, 1951
Earth, USSR, Moscow, 1951
Author: Terrance Dicks
Publisher: BBC Books
Publication: November 2000
Format: Paperback Book, 243 Pages
ISBN: ISBN 0-563-53822-8
Previous Story: The Turing Test
Following Story: Father Time
For other Endgames see End Game (disambiguation).

Contents

Publisher's Summary

Winning is everything -- and nothing.
Losing is nothing -- and everything.
All that matters is the game.

The Players have decided on an Endgame. Play ends only when one side has been annihilated -- even if the entire planet is destroyed in the process. They weren’t expecting the Doctor to be one of the pieces -- and neither was he. He really doesn’t want to get involved.

The Doctor doesn't know who he is -- but he's fast ceasing to care. Caught up in ennui, nothing seems to matter to him any more. He has no interest in the Cold War, in spies or double agents or secret documents.

But he's soon forced to take an active role. Because as far as the authorities are concerned, the Doctor is The Third Man...

Characters

  • The Doctor (John Smith)
  • Guy Burgess
  • Kim Philby
  • Donald Maclean
  • Kent Howard
  • Harry Truman
  • Joseph Stalin

The Players

  • The Adjudicator
  • Myrek
  • Axel
  • Helga
  • Countess (Madame Razetskia)

References

Notes

  • This is the fourth story in the 'Earth Arc.

Continuity

  • The Doctor witnesses the Seventh Doctor and Ace (but doesn't recognise them) at the Festival of Britain; this occured in NA: Timewyrm: Exodus.
  • The events of EDA: The Turing Test are referenced many times in the novel.
  • T.I.G.H.T.R.O.P.E. is introduced as an organization that were working against the machinations of the players, and have forcefully enlisted the Doctor.

External Links


BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures
Previous Release:
The Turing Test
Next Release:
Father Time


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Memory-beta

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Memory Beta, the wiki for licensed Star Trek content.

This article is about the episode novelization. You may be looking for the NF novel, End Game.
Teleplay by: Kenneth Biller & Robert Doherty
Directed by: Allan Kroeker
Episode no.: 7x25 and 7x26
Production no.: 271 and 272
First aired: 23 May 2001
Chronology
Date: 2377 & 2404
Stardate: 54973.4

Contents

Introduction (blurb)

For seven tumultuous years, the U.S.S. Voyager has explored the Delta Quadrant, encountering strange alien civilizations and bizarre space-time anomalies as it steadfastly made its way back toward the safety of Federation space. Captain Kathryn Janeway and her heroic crew have faced all manner of harrowing danger and hostile life-forms - including the Kazons, the Borg, and the Q - while never losing sight of their ultimate goal: home. Now, at last, Voyager's epic trek may be nearing its end...

After so many perilous and astounding adventures, will Captain Janeway finally bring her wayward starship back to the Alpha Quadrant? And what will become of her diverse yet tightly knit crew? Will Chakotay, B'Elanna Torres, and the other former Maquis freedom fighters face long-delayed justice for their crimes against the Federation? And is there any place in Starfleet for the uniquely independent Borg known as Seven of Nine?

As the ultimate destiny of Voyager is revealed, all that is certain is that nothing will ever be the same!

Based on the unforgettable two-hour series finale!

Summary

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References

Characters

Kathryn JanewayBorg QueenChakotayB'Elanna TorresTom ParisNeelixThe DoctorTuvokSeven of NineHarry KimAyalaReginald Barclay • Golwat • IchebKorath • Lana • Miral ParisOwen Paris • Sabrina Wildman

Starships and vehicles

USS Voyager (Intrepid-classUSS Rhode Island (Nova-classSphere 634USS Bonchune (Nebula-classUSS Challenger (Galaxy-classUSS Prometheus (Prometheus-class

Locations

EarthSan FranciscoGolden Gate Bridge • Transwarp hub • Unicomplex

Species and cultures

BorgHumanKlingonVulcan
Referenced only 
CardassianFerengiTrill

Governments and organizations

Borg CollectiveKlingon EmpireStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets

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Related Stories

The adventures of the USS Voyager and her crew continue in Homecoming.
Elite Force II opens with the a mission set in last moments of Endgame when Voyager is inside Sphere 634.

Images

Reviews

Connections

published order
Previous novelization:
Equinox
Voyager novelizations Next novelization:
Last in Series
Previous episode:
Renaissance Man
Voyager episode produced Next episode:
Last Episode
Previous episode:
Renaissance Man
Voyager episode aired Next episode:
Last Episode
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Renaissance Man
Pocket Next Adventure:
Da Capo al Fine
Previous Adventure:
Renaissance Man
The Voyages of the
USS Voyager
Next Adventure:
Da Capo al Fine
Concurrent with Endgame
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2377.
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in one other timeframe:
Previous Adventure:
The War of the Prophets
Chapters 1-29
2403
Chapters 1-7
Next Adventure:
Don't Cry

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Endgame is an annual Pay Per View event held by TWOStars since 2005.

Endgame 2009

Famous(c) vs Sickness vs Gringo vs Angus vs J-Rock: Angus wins

KOTM Semi Final

Sickness vs. Gower - Sickness pinfall

KOTM Semi Final

Gringo V CVD - Gringo via pinfall

KOTM Semi Final

Agnus vs Samson - Agnusvia DQ

KOTM Semi Final

J-Rock vs Draven Cage - J-Rock via pinfall

Tag titles MatchEastwood\Denton Vs Kyle Gilmore and Lucian Jones: faces to etain

Womens title matchPortia V Cari-Dee - Portia to retain

Randy Roko vs Jason Bell: Roko wins by DQ.


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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

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Contents

Event Synopsis

The full synopsis of this event is unknown.

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

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  • None.

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Starwars

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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the RPG supplement. You may be looking for the comic, Clone Wars Volume 9: Endgame.
Endgame
Attribution
Author(s)

Timothy O'Brien, George Strayton, Eric S. Trautmann

Editor(s)

Eric S. Trautmann

Illustrator(s)

Storn Cook, Tim Eldred, Christopher J. Trevas

Publication information
Publisher

West End Games

Publish date

December 1996

Type

Paperback

ISBN

0874312876

Endgame is a supplement to Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game published by West End Games. It is the fourth and last part of The DarkStryder Campaign series and was published in December 1996.

This article is a stub about a book. You can help Wookieepedia by expanding it.

The campaign


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Yugioh

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From Yu-Gi-Oh!

The Ceremonial Battle (Tatakai no Gi), called End Game in Kids' WB's promotions, is the final story arc of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga series in Millennium World. The Ceremonial Battle took place in episodes 221-224.

Contents

The Introduction

Both the Pharaoh and Yugi have obtained all seven millennium items and all three Egyptian God Cards, The Pharaoh has defeated Zorc Necrophades in the memory RPG, and The Pharaoh has learned his name. Now it was time for the final test, to see if Atem and Yugi were finally ready to separate for good; Atem would have to be defeated in a duel where he was actively trying to win, demonstrating that he had learned from Yugi that one did not need to win all the time and that defeat could teach us just as much as victory.

Following the ancient guideline that The Pharaoh must depart via boat, Yugi and company take a cruise that will take them to Egypt. Both Joey (Jonouchi in the Japanese anime) and Kaiba asked Yugi if they could battle The Pharaoh. Yugi declined both requests, feeling that battling The Pharaoh was something he had to do to prove to himself that he was ready to separate from him.

The boat docked and everyone was waiting for him. Ishizu then lead them across the desert to an underground cavern, to the back of the cavern there was a large door with a carving of The Eye of W'djat, which Ishizu explained would unravel The Pharaoh's spirit from Yugi's. Yugi approached the Shrine of The Millennium Items and placed all the items in their appropriate places. A wave of light passed over Yugi, his shadow split in two, then his body. The Pharaoh and Yugi walked opposite ways to the far sides of the tavern. The Duel had begun.

The Battle

Summoning of the Egyptian Gods

The Created Bonds of the Past and Present

  • Atem plays Pot of Greed to draw 2 cards.
  • Meanwhile, Ishizu Ishtar relates the story of the Power of the Pharaoh, which, she says, was so strong that no one wanted to battle him because of the unmatched strength of his sword.
  • Seto Kaiba then talks about the God Cards, believing that since Atem holds the most feared cards in the world, no one can defeat him. He feels that this is why his name is written in history and hastily decides to leave but is momentarily stopped by Joey, but Kaiba shuns Joey by asking him if he knew any way to defeat the cards, because no Duelist present here was able to.
  • Ishizu says it is up to fate now: if Yugi and Atem are ready to separate, then Yugi will win. If not, Atem will remain for another 5000 years.
  • Kaiba offers Atem a rematch, since it seems (to Kaiba, at least) he'll be sticking around for a while
  • Yugi asks why Kaiba will leave if Yugi is losing, but Kaiba replies that he only wants to watch Yugi lose to him, so he reminds Kaiba about their bond (sparking a flashback when Atem gives the Millennium Puzzle to Priest Seto), and says Kaiba has to stay to watch. Yugi assures Kaiba that he has a plan to defeat the Egyptian Gods, and Kaiba stays, if only to step in and duel Atem once Yugi loses. On this note, fear enters Yugi's heart.
  • Tristan tries to encourage him but Marik stops him. He and Joey rekindle the fact that the fear in facing the Egyptian Gods is indescribable.
  • Yugi ruminates that forever he has tried to follow in Atem's footsteps and yet when he thinks he is nearing, he is actually so far.
  • Atem then encourages him by telling him to trust in the deck or he would not win, and that it takes heart in building the deck that one trusts. Yugi responds that he gained his strength from Atem, but reminds him that he himself has also taken pain that Atem was supposed to receive. Afterwards, Yugi is more confident and tells him that he built his deck so that Atem's spirit would rest, and Téa realizes that Yugi is about to build a strategy that can defeat the Egyptian Gods.

Defeating the Egyptian Gods

  • While Silent Swordsman grows to Level 4 with 3000 points, Yugi tributes his Magnet WarriorsAlpha, Beta, and Gamma—from his hand to summon Valkyrion the Magna Warrior in Attack Position.
    • This activates Slifer's special effect, as it now opens its second mouth to drain Yugi's Valkyrion of 2000 points, but Yugi activates Mirage Spell, which negates Slifer's special effect and adds 2000 points to his Life Points, brining him up to 3400 Life Points.
    • Even Kaiba is impressed, but knows it will take more to beat the Gods. Yugi sets 2 cards and ends his turn.
    • Joey and Marik question why Yugi wouldn't attack Obelisk, since both of his monsters are strong enough to destroy it. Kaiba demands for Yugi to show his strategy, and Atem reflects that Yugi's monsters are still too weak to defeat either Slifer or Ra.
    • Atem then thinks that Silent Swordsman, now at Level 4, and Valkyrion are the best cards, but only pale in comparison to the God Cards. Then, he draws; now that he holds 4 cards, Slifer's ATK becomes 4000. Atem attacks Silent Swordsman with Slifer, but Yugi activates a trap, and Atem responds in turn with the reminder that Slifer is immune to Traps.
  • Silent Swordsman is destroyed, and Yugi is down to 2400 Life Points. Next, Atem attacks Valkyrion with Ra, destroying it and bringing Yugi's score to 900. Finally, Obelisk attacks, but Valkyrion and Silent Swordsman suddenly reappear on the field, and Yugi's score return to 3400. It turns out that Yugi's last trap was Mirage Ruler, which, should all his monsters be destroyed in one turn, re-summons them to the field in the same battle position as when they were destroyed, and any damage he took from the attack is restored to his Life Points, although all this costs him 1000 Life Points, taking him down to 2400. On this note, Atem ends his turn.
    • Everyone sighs in relief, including Grandpa (who thought he'd have a heart attack). Téa is also relieved, but is now confused about whose side she wants to be on.
      • However, Kaiba merely thinks Yugi is stalling until he can find a weakness in the Egyptian Gods. The only weakness Kaiba himself knows about the Egyptian God Cards is that each one require 3 tributes to summon them, but Atem's strategy eliminated that weakness, so he thinks Atem is the true King of Games.
      • But, Ishizu believes Yugi can still win, as she stated that the suffering that a soul bore after 3,000 years (5,000 years in the English dub) has strengthened him, and only a strong body would be able to carry that soul whose own soul strengthened with the other. Because of that, the soul who owns the body could make miracles, Yugi could make miracles.
  • Yugi decides to start thinking like the Pharaoh, and realizes that Atem had not played his set card since he took his first turn. After much thinking, he deduces that Atem's facedown card must be Mirror Force. If he's right, he knows how to defeat the God cards. He draws, and Silent Swordsman ATK rises to 3500 points and upgrades to Level 5. Then, he activates Valkyrion's effect, de-fusing it into Alpha, Beta, and Gamma.
    • However, Slifer's special effect activates again, blasting each of the 3 new monsters with a force strong enough to destroy them—but Yugi responds with his trap, Magnet Force, redirecting each blast toward each of the Gods, draining each of them of 2000 points. Ra, Slifer and Obelisk now have 3000, 2000, and 500 ATK, respectively.
  • Yugi orders Silent Swordsman to attack, but, as Yugi anticipated, Atem activates his facedown Mirror Force, which destroys all of Yugi's monsters, since they were in Attack Position. Yugi admits he wanted Atem to use Mirror Force, and tells him the time has come to destroy the God cards. Yugi plays Magnet Reverse to re-summon Valkyrion, reactivating Slifer's special effect. However, Magnet Force redirects the blast to Obelisk, destroying it.
    • Finally, Yugi de-fuses Valkyrion again, and Slifer's 3 blasts are again reflected, 1 blast to Slifer and 2 to Ra, destroying them.
  • Everyone is amazed: while Atem managed to summon all 3 God cards in 2 turns, Yugi destroyed them all in just one.
  • Yugi reminds Atem of something he learned of in their battles together: sometimes to defeat someone with a strong power, you need to turn that power against them. Atem is impressed and notes that that is how a true duelist thinks.

Post–Egyptian Gods

  • Atem comes back by playing Polymerization to fuse Berfomet and Gazelle the King of Mythical Beasts from his hand, to summon Chimera the Flying Mythical Beast, who destroys Yugi's Alpha.
  • While Atem is now in the lead, Kaiba admits that Yugi is the true King of Games for defeating the Egyptian Gods, which surprises Joey.
  • Yugi tributes Beta and Gamma to summon Buster Blader, who attacks and destroys Chimera, bringing Atem to 3500 Life Points.
  • With Chimera destroyed, Atem uses its effect to revive one of the monsters used to summon it from his Graveyard. He chooses Berfomet, and tributes it to summon his Beast of Gilfer, sets a card, and ends his turn.
    • Yugi and Joey realize that Atem wants Yugi to destroy Gilfer, because, when it goes to the Graveyard, its effect will activate and weaken Buster Blader.
  • Yugi sets 1 card and attacks, destroying Gilfer and draining Buster Blader of 500 ATK, leaving it with 2100. Yugi ends his turn.
  • Atem sets 1 card, and plays Awakening from Beyond, letting Yugi draw 2 cards, and allowing Atem to add 1 monster from his Graveyard to his hand.
    • Yugi thinks that The Tricky can't be summoned unless Atem discards a card (which he can't, since he has only one in his hand), and the Egyptian Gods each require 3 tributes to be summoned. Nothing that Yugi can think of is strong enough to beat Buster Blader, but Atem reveals that he has retrieved the monster he discarded to summon The Tricky, during his first turn: Swift Gaia the Fierce Knight.
  • Yugi is amazed that Atem discarded Gaia at his first turn, and Atem admits he knew the duel would end up this way. When he'd chosen his cards and built his deck, he knew how this duel would go. He surprised everyone by saying that he'd known all along that Yugi would defeat the Egyptian Gods, and now that they're gone, the true duel can begin.
  • Gaia destroys Buster Blader, bringing Yugi's Life Points down to 2200, but Yugi activates Soul Rope. Paying 1000 Life Points, he summons Witch of the Black Forest from his Deck.
  • Yugi draws and trades in his Witch for Summoned Skull, using his Witch's effect to add Marshmallon from his Deck to his hand.
  • Summoned Skull destroys Gaia and brings Atem's Life Points down to 3300. This is emotionally painful due to the fact that they had once defended each other.
  • Atem thinks he has to fight hard to win, and draws exactly what he needs, calling out the card's name before he draws it: he summons Big Shield Gardna in Defense Position.
    • While Joey and Tristan think its luck, Marik tells them that the Pharaoh knew what he would draw. Ishizu agrees that Atem's will was so strong, he influenced fate to draw what he needed.
  • Yugi plays Pot of Greed to draw 2 cards. Since Pot of Greed added Watapon to Yugi's hand, he can Special Summon it to the field and still Normal Summon. Tributing his Watapon, he summons Curse of Dragon. Then, Summoned Skull attacks Big Shield Gardna, but is too weak to defeat it, bringing Yugi to 1100 Life Points.
  • Téa says she can't watch anymore, and asks the duel to stop; she isn't ready to say goodbye to Atem.
    • Joey comforts her and tells her that every duel Yugi and Atem had ever fought has led up to this Duel, and reminds her that this a test to see how much both of them have grown, and if they're ready to move on. This duel is for the best, and Téa agrees.
  • Meanwhile, Atem thinks to himself that he senses an old friend in his deck and is sorry he kept him waiting for so long. Then he draws his next card.

Atem's Trusted Cards

Atem's Defeat

The End of Atem's Story

Yugi falls to his knees, cries and tells Atem that he is weak. Atem tells him that he would not cry if he were in his place. Yugi says that that is the point, he admits that he could not follow in the footsteps of Atem. Atem reminds him that he is not a coward and it was he who taught Atem about the principles needed to win. He also says that now he is leaving, there would be no one else for Yugi to follow and that there would only be one Yugi.

The Eye of Wdjat glows on the wall, and Ishizu says the spirit of the Pharaoh has been freed. Atem stands before the Eye and declares that he is Atem. The wall parts to reveal a glowing light, and Atem walks towards it. Téa, Joey and Tristan step forward, asking him if this is how it ends: Atem can't show up, change their lives, and leave.

Yugi says that they don't want to say goodbye, and Téa cries that while she know its for the best, it doesn't seem fair that Atem has to leave. They were just getting to know him, and Atem was just getting to know himself, but now he's leaving. She knows they should be happy for him, but its hard when they're losing their best friend and they don't understand why. Joey says there are some things they aren't supposed to understand: he goes through half his life like that. But he does know that while Atem's stay isn't as long as they'd like, they were lucky to know him at all. Atem silently thanks him, and Téa wishes him luck.

Joey shouts that Atem isn't going anywhere: the memories he gave each of them will remain in their hearts. Joey and Yugi give Atem a thumbs-up, and Atem returns the gesture as he walks forward. The Pharaoh's cloak and clothing appear around him as images of Adviser Siamun, Mana, Akhenamkhanen, and the six priests (Young Akhenaden, Mahado, Seto, Ishizu, Kalim and Shada) greet him. Atem vanishes into the light, the wall closing behind him.

The Wdjat temple then starts to crumble as the Millennium Stone shatters, scattering the Millennium Items in a bottomless pit. They all run away from the temple while Shadi's spirit watches the temple he protected crumble.

The Start of Yugi's Story

(This is in the one-off end credits. This is not shown in the English version as it ends with them still being in Egypt.)

Yugi, Tea, Joey, Tristan, Duke, Grandpa, Kaiba and Mokuba all leave Egypt and return to their home. In the airport, they meet up with Rebecca and Serenity. Both Duke and Tristan fall for Serenity but are pulled back by Joey. Yugi and Rebecca hug as they see each other again.

Weevil Underwood and Rex Raptor get into an argument again and decide to duel. Zigfried and Leon von Schroeder make a business proposition with Pegasus, which turns to their favor. Mako Tsunami sets sail from their fishing trip to be met up with Espa Roba at the harbor. Mai Valentine and Vivian Wong are facing a two-on-two duel against the Paradox Brothers atop the Great Wall of China.

The credits end with a cutscene where Grandpa is sweeping while Yugi comes out from the house to join Tea, Joey and Tristan to go to school. Yugi ends the show by saying that his story has not ended and that his story is not about a pharaoh who after three-thousand years defeated the evil Zorc.

This isn't the legend of a Pharaoh. Everybody has his own story....The story that completes in the light. My story has just started.

In fact, he says that his story is just beginning. This alludes to the famous phrase "This isn't the legend of a Pharaoh. Everybody has his own story....The story that completes in the light. My story has just started." FIN

Episodes

  • The Final Duel (1)
  • The Final Duel (2)
  • The Final Duel (3)
  • The Final Duel (4)

Trivia

  • The English-language episode ends with Yugi and his friends in Egypt; in the Japanese version, the episode contains more footage and ends with Yugi and his friends walking down a street.
  • In the English version, Kaiba finally acknowledges Atem as 'Pharaoh', and seems to accept that he and Yugi are different people. He even seems to believe in the idea that Atem will leave if he loses, telling him at one point when he is winning, that it looks like he is not going anywhere. He also seems to finally concede his rivalry with Yugi after he defeats all three Egyptian God Cards in one turn, acknowledging Yugi as the true King of Games, and finally making peace with himself and the rest of the gang, in the process.
  • The decks of both Yugi and Atem share only 3 of the same card: Pot of Greed, Card of Sanctity, and Monster Reborn. Both decks have cards used in prior seasons, but the above 3 cards are the only cards in both decks built specifically for the Ceremonial Battle.
  • Although, after Yugi summons the Silent Swordsman, Atem claims to set Mirror Force, but he does not. An underside shot of the card shows the card is, in fact, Dark Mirror Force. Later, the real Mirror Force is used.
  • The chant Atem uses to summon The Winged Dragon of Ra is different from the one Marik Ishtar uses in Battle City.
  • Yugi's Blockman card is a homage to Lego blocks.
  • In the English version of the anime, Atem continues with the phrase "Son of King Aknamkanon" but in the Japanese and Philippine versions, it continues with the phrase Pharaoh of Egypt.
  • Yugi's level monsters function differently from the real cards. The real version of Silent Swordsman only levels up when it attacks, and is only level 3, 5, or 7. Silent Magician , starts at level 4, only levels up once, when the opponent has drawn 5 cards, to level 8.
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