Merchandise New edition of Doctor Who Adventures in Time and Space from Cubicle 7

Published on June 11th, 2012 | by Andrew Reynolds

Doctor Who RPG Game Regenerates!

New edition of Doctor Who Adventures in Time and Space from Cubicle 7Regenerating the Tenth Doctor edition of its popular RRG game Cubicle 7 have announced an Eleventh Doctor edition of its time-travel role playing adventure Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space.

Coming with all new artwork and game material the Eleventh Doctor edition comes in a box set complete with everything players need to save the galaxy.

Included in the box will be two rulebooks plus a quick start guide, a book of adventures featuring creatures and aliens from the most recent season, character sheets, game tokens, and dice.

A 144-page gamemaster guide and an 86-page player guide will include full colour interior art.

A four panel Doctor Who Gamemaster’s Screen is also currently planned for release in 2012 and is available to pre-order from the Cubicle 7 store for £9.99

Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space (Eleventh Doctor Edition) is available to pre-order now from Amazon for £35.05 with release due on 20th June.


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Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

2 Responses to Doctor Who RPG Game Regenerates!

  1. avatar J. Leatherwood says:

    As a longtime fan of the classic series, I have both the FASA Doctor Who role-playing game and the Virgin publication, Time Lord. While FASA undoubtedly had the most modules and sourcebooks, based on its popular Star Trek system, Time Lord was somehow truer to the series, being squarely British. However, I have never been able to sustain Doctor Who RPG groups owing to the fact a) most Americans are still only vaguely familiar with the series despite its more Americanized production and b) when Doctor Who fans do come together, there’s a lot of disagreement over character stats, inclusion of K-9, and other continuities. This last reason is why TV-based RPGs seldom work for very long. I probably will not pick this one up, as I am not a fan of the new series, but I still hope it does find dedicated players, at least in the UK.

  2. avatar J. Leatherwood says:

    I meant to add that I would like to see more miniatures!

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