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Project: Valhalla was a Big Finish Productions novel under the brand New Worlds published in 2005. It focused on the characters of William Abberton, also known as "Nimrod", and Cassandra Schofield, who both first appeared in the Doctor Who audio story Project: Twilight. It also featured Martin Frith and Edith Crumpton from Project: Lazarus and introduced Lysandra Aristedes, who would become a companion of the Seventh Doctor.

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++Transmission Begins++
From: Deputy Director, Forge Alpha Facility
F.A.O: Director, Department C4, Whitehall
Re: Project: Valhalla
Rogue xenotech crash-site located in Lapland.
Suspected negative environment effect. Local communications network down. Total satellite whiteout.
Senior Field Agent Nimrod dispatched with full extraction team for assessment and harvest. Primary reports indicate total disappearance of local Sámi community. Possible zombie infestation. Crash-site protected by forcefield.
No further communication.
Current status of extraction team: unknown.
Nature of xenotech: unknown.
Threat level: unknown.
++Transmission Ends++

Plot[edit | edit source]

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Characters[edit | edit source]

Main characters[edit | edit source]

Other Forge personnel[edit | edit source]

Sami[edit | edit source]

Other[edit | edit source]

Characters in flashbacks[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  • The Forge started in the 1890s.
  • An unnamed woman is Director of the Forge, back in Whitehall. The Deputy-Director works at the Alpha Facility.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Lysandra calls Alpha Facility "the madhouse", as it was once a lunatic asylum; this is a nod to the Forge's origins, a Scott/Wright TV pitch where it was called Bedlam.

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