Yesterday we released Arrowdown, a free introductory adventure for Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space, so thought we’d take a look at some other recent releases for the roleplaying game.
Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space Limited Edition Rulebook
The best place to start your travels through time and space is with The Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space Limited Edition Rulebook. This book contains everything you need to set off on your own adventure, from rules and ready-made characters to alien threats and advice for making up your own stories. Tied in to last year’s 50th anniversary celebrations, the rulebook has character sheets for the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors, as well as the War Doctor and some of the most iconic companions. There’s also monsters aplenty, including everyone’s favourite rubbery aliens: the Zygons.
We’ve still got a limited supply of this edition left in stock, but they won’t be around forever so if you’ve still not got round to picking one up now’s your chance.
Available in all good gaming stores now, as well as on our webstore. Also available in PDF.
The Fifth Doctor Sourcebook
Featuring write-ups for all of his adventures, from Castrovalva to the Caves of Androzani, this sourcebook is the definitive guide to the Fifth Doctor. It also contains character sheets for the Fifth Doctor and each of his companions, including Vislor Turlough, Nyssa and Adric, as well as stats for every monster he comes across on his travels.
The Sixth Doctor Sourcebook
The Sixth Doctor might not have been instantly likeable, but he’s still one of our favourite incarnations of the Doctor – and this sourcebook will make you see why! Not only does it contain a write up of each of his adventures, but also presents his most famous serial – The Trial of a Time Lord – as a playable campaign.
The Seventh Doctor Sourcebook
The latest of our Doctor Sourcebooks is available to pre-order now, containing advice and guidance for running adventures in the Seventh Doctor’s era. There are write ups for such classics as Remembrance of the Daleks and The Curse of Fenric, as well as detailed advice on how to replicate some of the Seventh Doctor’s intricate plots.