Bortresoye was a planet located in the Divergent Universe. The planet was divided into a number of zones, with each zone containing vastly different environments and cultures. (AUDIO: The Last) The borders and spaces between the zones were occupied by the Interzone, and transit between the zones was carefully controlled by the Kro'ka. Some of the zones were fully aware of adjacent zones, while others were oblivious to their existence. (AUDIO: Scherzo, The Creed of the Kromon, The Next Life)

The Eighth Doctor and Charley Pollard arrived here when they were banished to the Divergent Universe, and spent many weeks crossing from zone to zone. (AUDIO: Zagreus, Faith Stealer)

Some of the zones included:

The planet also had its own territories, containing at least two societies locked in national rivalry. These two regarded themselves as the pinnacle of evolution, going so far as to abandon natural procreation for their species. (AUDIO: The Last)

History[edit | edit source]

The Divergent Universe had an unending cycle of birth, progress, death and rebirth lasting tens of thousands of years. The Divergence, a powerful race trapped in this universe when it was created by Rassilon, resolved to break the cycle and escape to our own universe. As part of the experimentation to this end, they constructed a mobile platform (a planet, really) where they could conduct evolutionary experiments. The planet carried its own cycle of death and rebirth, similar to the surrounding universe, but with a much higher frequency. (AUDIO: The Next Life)

The main society on the planet, ruled by the lady Excelsior, staged a nuclear war against its rival society, which led to the complete destruction of both societies. The planet then produced earthquakes, volcanoes and other disasters to cleanse the final living things off the planet, at which point the planet renewed itself, resurrecting all of its denizens with no memory of the previous destruction. (AUDIO: The Last)

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.
... more about "Bortresoye"
File:Bortresoye.jpg +