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Fields of Terror was the first story in The First Doctor: Volume Two.

Publisher's summary[]

The TARDIS has brought the Doctor back to Revolutionary France, a place that's always fascinated him. But this time he, along with Steven and Vicki, are drawn into a devastated land, caught between the soldiers who are burning all before them and a monstrous shape that follows in their wake.

Plot[]

The Column from Hell (1)[]

to be added

The Darkened Road (2)[]

to be added

Cast[]

Characters[]

References[]

  • During the French Revolution, the fighting was at its worst in the Vendée.
  • The Doctor considers Paris to be "one of the most civilised of cities".
  • The Doctor recalls the Massacre at Béziers during the 13th century.
  • The Doctor quotes from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Dante's Inferno.
  • The Hooded Man in this story is described as wearing the conical hood of a penitent monk, the Doctor says that hood would have a different meaning in the future. Likely referring to the white supremacist terrorist group "Ku Klux Klan."

Notes[]

  • This story was told from Vicki's perspective.

Continuity[]

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