Light the Flame was the first audio story in the anthology Forged in Fire, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Matt Fitton and featured Jonathon Carley as the War Doctor, Veronica Roberts as Ohila, Chris Jarman as Cardinal Rasmus and Adèle Anderson as Commodore Tamasan.
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- The War Doctor - Jonathon Carley
- Ohila - Veronica Roberts
- Cardinal Rasmus - Chris Jarman
- Commander Sanmar - Helen Goldwyn
- Lithea / Elementals - Anna Andresen
- Commodore Tamasan - Adèle Anderson
- The Sisterhood call Rassilon the “father of lies”.
- Among the wreckage on Karn are the “last battleships of the Temporal Powers” including ships belonging to the Monans and Phaidonians.
- Ohila considers the War Doctor to be worse than "the one with the hat and umbrella".
- Sanmar uses Quadrigger gear to repair the Doctor’s TARDIS and plans to block transfer a Battle TARDIS template onto it.
- The Doctor wonders if the Sisters are tapping into the Matrix to show him the Time War.
- Rasmus’ last regeneration was on the battlefield.
- Rasmus claims the War Council will want briefings from the Doctor.
- Sanmar detects active waveform, Artron radiation and Omega particles at the heart of Karn.
- Sanmar belongs to the Arcalian Chapter, House Silverbark.
- Rasmus suggests the Time Lords could use a time lock to protect Karn.
- Sanmar plans to use a dimensional extractor to transport the source of Karn to beneath the Capitol.
- This story is marks Big Finish's first post regeneration story, showing a Doctor in their first moments properly, as the first full adventure for the War Doctor was never shown.
- The Doctor has just recently regenerated. (TV: The Night of the Doctor)
- The Sisterhood hold a funeral for Cass, who died from the crash. (TV: The Night of the Doctor)
- Tamasan views the Doctor’s only Time Lord companion as "corrupted". This refers to Romana II's exile toward the start of the Time War. (AUDIO: Assassins)
- Ohila recalls that Rassilon banished the Sisterhood. (PROSE: Cat’s Cradle: Time’s Crucible)
- The Doctor and Lithea refer to Morbius' resurrection. (TV: The Brain of Morbius)
- Ohila refers to the Eighth Doctor as Life's Champion, (PROSE: The Dying Days, Vampire Science) and recalls that he was born at the stroke of midnight on his favourite world. (TV: Doctor Who)
- Lithea recalls the Doctor using the Hand of Omega to strike against his enemies before, when he had no choice. (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks)
- Rasmus knows the Doctor has had difficult regenerations before. (TV: Castrovalva, The Twin Dilemma, Doctor Who)
- Ohila teases to the Doctor that her elixir only triggered his regeneration, having played no part in bringing out his darkness. (PROSE: The Day of the Doctor)
- The Doctor wonders if he will one day have to destroy a civilisation based on his own judgement. (TV: The Day of the Doctor)