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* The [[Mad Norwegian Press]] website described him as "more along the lines of No. 6 ({{w|The Prisoner}}) than [[James Bond]]."<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20040506084350/http://www.madnorwegian.com:80/fp/faq_fp.php Faction FAQ]</ref> In the script to [[AUDIO]]: ''[[Sabbath Dei (audio story)|Sabbath Dei]]'', [[Lawrence Miles]] describes the character as{{Quote|To imagine Sabbath, imagine an eighteenth century Bond-figure who's been trained in ritualism in a time when there's a distinct occult streak running through the entire British establishment and the Service is largely run by Freemasons or Jacobites. Now imagine that he's a lot less smug and a lot less interested in copping off with people than Sean Connery would be, an agent who's dedicated to his job but still has a very definite kind of charm and a fierce (but understated) intelligence. At this point he's still a young operative, in his early-to-mid-twenties, but he's got an obvious talent for what he does and a genuine curiosity about the bizarre events now taking place. The idea is that although Sabbath's the opposition in this story, he's not actually the villain. If we don't find ourselves liking him then something's wrong.|Lawrence Miles's character notes|Sabbath Dei (audio story)}}
 
* The [[Mad Norwegian Press]] website described him as "more along the lines of No. 6 ({{w|The Prisoner}}) than [[James Bond]]."<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20040506084350/http://www.madnorwegian.com:80/fp/faq_fp.php Faction FAQ]</ref> In the script to [[AUDIO]]: ''[[Sabbath Dei (audio story)|Sabbath Dei]]'', [[Lawrence Miles]] describes the character as{{Quote|To imagine Sabbath, imagine an eighteenth century Bond-figure who's been trained in ritualism in a time when there's a distinct occult streak running through the entire British establishment and the Service is largely run by Freemasons or Jacobites. Now imagine that he's a lot less smug and a lot less interested in copping off with people than Sean Connery would be, an agent who's dedicated to his job but still has a very definite kind of charm and a fierce (but understated) intelligence. At this point he's still a young operative, in his early-to-mid-twenties, but he's got an obvious talent for what he does and a genuine curiosity about the bizarre events now taking place. The idea is that although Sabbath's the opposition in this story, he's not actually the villain. If we don't find ourselves liking him then something's wrong.|Lawrence Miles's character notes|Sabbath Dei (audio story)}}
 
* Two characters named Sabbath appear in ''[[The Faction Paradox Protocols]]'': Sabbath Dei, and [[Sabbath (Movers)|Godfather Sabbath]]. Lawrence Miles said that these two Sabbaths were two entirely separate individuals, and his intent was "to play on the convention that people in the same series never coincidentally have the same name." Had the Faction Paradox Protocols continued, Miles planned to show the two Sabbaths meeting.<ref>[https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/factionparadox/sabbath-problems-in-movers-t608-s10.html#p2461 Sabbath Problems in Movers]</ref>
 
* Two characters named Sabbath appear in ''[[The Faction Paradox Protocols]]'': Sabbath Dei, and [[Sabbath (Movers)|Godfather Sabbath]]. Lawrence Miles said that these two Sabbaths were two entirely separate individuals, and his intent was "to play on the convention that people in the same series never coincidentally have the same name." Had the Faction Paradox Protocols continued, Miles planned to show the two Sabbaths meeting.<ref>[https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/factionparadox/sabbath-problems-in-movers-t608-s10.html#p2461 Sabbath Problems in Movers]</ref>
* Sabbath appears in [[Daniel O'Mahony]]'s ''A Rag and a Bone'', published in the fanzine ''Myth Makers Presents: Essentials ''in 2003. While the story is not a literal narrative meant to be part of continuity, instead being a figurative commentary on the state of [[Doctor Who]] at the time, it nevertheless portrays Sabbath supplanting the [[Eighth Doctor|Eighth Doctor's]] role in the universe. This unlicensed story is the character's only appearance outside of the [[BBC Books]], [[Faction Paradox (series)|the ''Faction Paradox'' comics]], and ''[[The Faction Paradox Protocols]]''''.''
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* Sabbath appears in [[Daniel O'Mahony]]'s ''A Rag and a Bone'', published in the fanzine ''Myth Makers Presents: Essentials ''in 2003. While the story is not a literal narrative meant to be part of continuity, instead being a figurative commentary on the state of [[Doctor Who]] at the time, it nevertheless portrays Sabbath supplanting the [[Eighth Doctor|Eighth Doctor's]] role in the universe. This unlicensed story is the character's only appearance outside of the [[BBC Books]], [[Faction Paradox (series)|the ''Faction Paradox'' comics]], and [[The Faction Paradox Protocols|''The Faction Paradox Protocols'']]''.''
   
 
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