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Dreadshade was the second story in the audio anthology The Eighth Doctor: Time War: Volume Four, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Lisa McMullin and featured Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor, Rakhee Thakrar as Bliss, Ken Bones as The General, Julia McKenzie as The Twelve and introduced Chris Jarman as Rasmus.

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The Time Lords, including the General and the Twelve, adjust to life after the Time War, until the Doctor and Bliss return with a warning.

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  • Weapons in the Omega Arsenal include obliteration missiles.
  • The Twelve is the only Time Lord to retain any memory of the Daleks after the Valeyard's actions erased them from existence, as she was in stasis when all memory of them was wiped from the universe.
  • When this occurred all conscripted soldiers surrendered to the Time Lords.
  • The Doctor mentions the Master and the Rani.
  • Dalek weaponry left behind gives off feelings of hatred.
  • Dreadshades come from the Shades of Tranquility. They can become terrified so much that they spark bolts of "frightning."

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