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The Infinity Doctors
Series: Doctor Who -
BBC Past Doctor Adventures
Release Number: 17
Doctor: Unspecified Doctor
Companions: --
Enemy: Omega
Setting: Gallifrey
The Needle
Author: Lance Parkin
Publisher: BBC Books
Publication: November, 1998
Format: Paperback Book, 280 Pages
ISBN: ISBN 0-563-40591-0
Previous Story: Matrix
Following Story: Salvation

Contents

Publisher's Summary

"Sing about the past again, and sing that same old song. Tell me what you know, so I can tell you that you're wrong."

Gallifrey. The Doctor's home planet. For twenty thousand centuries the Gallifreyans have been the most powerful race in the cosmos. They have circumnavigated infinity and eternity, harnessed science and conquered death. They are the Lords of Time, and have used their powers carefully.

But now a new force is unleashed, one that is literally capable of anything. It is enough to give even the Time Lords nightmares. More than that: it is enough to destroy them.

It is one of their own. Waiting for them at the end of the universe.

Featuring the Doctor, this adventure celebrates the thirty-fifth anniversary of Doctor Who.

Characters

  • Thinks to himself that his father's name definitely wasn't Ulysses, and might be a professor at Berkeley.
  • The Doctor was born in the House of Lungbarrow.
  • Larna
  • It is a couple of regenerations after Savar lost his eyes.
  • In his current body he has multiple personality, two distinct ones in fact.
  • In his current body he is an accomplished telepath.
  • The Magistrate
  • Chancellory Guard Raimor
  • Chancellery Guard Peltroc
  • Technician First Class Waymivrudimqwe ' Waym'
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Sontaran delegation

  • Mastermind behind the two thousand year war with the Isari.
  • Admiral Krax of the Three Millionth Fleet
  • Chancellor Stroc
  • Chief of Staff Groll

References

  • The Sontarans and Rutans are brought to Gallifrey to make an attempt at peace by the Doctor.
  • The Needle is what used to be Savar's TARDIS, stretched out across time and space by a black hole.
  • The Doctor mentions Centro, the Klade, the Tractites and the Ongoing as possible groups who could have created the effect.

Gallifrey

  • The Seal of Rassilon is an omniscate.
  • The Doctor's rooms have six sides, it they include; many bookshelves, a wooden globe of Sol Three, a wine rack with a dozen of the galaxy's most fine vintages. On the mantel piece is an ormolu clock. There are also two paintings, one computer painted the second hand painted (by the Doctor) of a woman holding a scroll with the words "Death is but a door" written in High Gallifreyan. Speaking those words opens a door to a zero room where thousands of candles burn honouring the woman in the painting.
  • The Doctor is a member of the High Council.
  • The Doctor offers tea to guardsmen Raimor and Peltroc
  • The Doctor has a cat; Wycliff.
  • Ohm is an ancient Time Lord god.
  • Tyler's Folly is on the High Council agenda to be discussed as there are 'disturbances' on the planet.
  • The Time Lords know of names that will appear in history books of the future; Varnax, Faction Paradox, Catavolcus, the Timewyrm, these are threats that the Time Lords were destined to survive.
  • The Time Lords know of a war against an implacable enemy, that would result in the destruction of Gallifrey, though even after several millennia of knowing about this they have not decided what action to take.
  • The Founders of Gallifrey; Six individuals; Rassilon, Omega, The Other and three others.
  • Qqaba is a Population III star.
  • The Doctor uses a toy tafelshrew to distract a guard in order to get to his TARDIS.

Individual Gallifreyans

  • Marnal is mentioned several times as a Time Lord who lacked planning in the Wars he fought.
  • Morbius is also mentioned in the past tense.

Gallifrey Locations

  • There is a clock tower in the Old Harbour that rings out bells throughout the Gallifreyan day.
  • The Citadel is patrolled by the Watchmen.
  • In the southern corner of the Panopticon there is a statue of Omega wearing a space suit like that he wore at Qqaba wearing spikey combat boots of Apeiron.
  • If you enter the Panopticon from the north you would walk under the legs of Rassilon. Rassilon is (always) portrayed as wearing leather sandals.
  • The Citadel dates from the time of Rassilon and Omega; all Time Lords live in the Citadel, which is dimensionally transcendental.
  • Olyesti is one of the Three Minute Cities east of the Citadel reachable by rail.
  • The Tomb of the Uncertain Soldier contains a body of a Gallifreyan soldier who fought in the Time Wars and chose at the critical moment to wipe out his own timeline.
  • Flowers of Remembrance of the Lost Dead are either held or grown within the Citadel.
  • Low Town is a shanty town that grew up around the columns that kept the Capitol dome stable.

Gallifreyan Technology

  • The Doctor uses a Transmat to copy himself.
  • Omega takes over one of these bodies, which Savar later decapitates.
  • The Time Lords use a time scoop to bring the Rutans and Sontarans to Gallifrey, the Doctor also builds a primitive time scoop to bring the delegates to his TARDIS.
  • There were two Hands of Omega.

Notes

  • This novel celebrates the thirty-fifth anniversary of Doctor Who.
  • Which Doctor and precisely when this story takes place is difficult to place, however assumptions can be made based on the information given throughout the novel. (Unfortunately most of it is contradictory) (see talk page).
  • The Doctor thinks that his father's name definitely wasn't Ulysses, in several of the early 1990s proposed TV movies of Doctor Who Ulysses was the name of the Doctor's father.

Continuity

Timeline

  • The Infinity Doctors occurs after: to be added
  • The Infinity Doctors occurs before: to be added

External Links

  • Doctor Who Reference Guide - Detailed Synopsis - The Infinity Doctors
  • The Whoniverse - The Discontinuity Guide to: The Infinity Doctors

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