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During a stormy night in a sleepy village, a [[Jim (The Dæmons)|man]] leaves a pub with his dog. His dog runs away into a graveyard, where he sees something that causes him to fall to the ground.
 
During a stormy night in a sleepy village, a [[Jim (The Dæmons)|man]] leaves a pub with his dog. His dog runs away into a graveyard, where he sees something that causes him to fall to the ground.
   
Early the next morning, Miss [[Olive Hawthorne]] tries to convince the village GP, Dr [[Reeves]], that the man died of fright but Reeves is having none of it; saying it was a simple [[heart attack]]. Hawthorne says she cast the runes this morning and knew that something bad was going to happen. As Reeves drives off she implores him not to open the barrow.
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Early the next morning, Miss [[Olive Hawthorne]] tries to convince the village doctor, [[Reeves]], that the man died of fright but Reeves is having none of it; saying it was a simple [[heart attack]]. Hawthorne says she cast the runes this morning and knew that something bad was going to happen. As Reeves drives off she implores him not to open the barrow.
   
 
Outside a large hill a TV crew is setting up a live broadcast, fronted by [[Alastair Fergus]], where Professor [[Gilbert Horner]] is going to open the barrow.
 
Outside a large hill a TV crew is setting up a live broadcast, fronted by [[Alastair Fergus]], where Professor [[Gilbert Horner]] is going to open the barrow.
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In the pub, [[Bert (The Dæmons)|Bert]] the landlord, [[Tom Girton]] and Reeves are scornful of Hawthorne. The village squire, [[Winstanley]], does speak up and say that there have been some very odd occurrences since the barrow started to be excavated. He cites that the weather has been extreme and that the cows have dried up. They all laugh him off. The village constable, [[Groom (The Dæmons)|Groom]], congratulates Hawthorne on her TV appearance. As she walks off a huge gust of wind stops her in her tracks. She begins to chant a spell. Unseen behind her the policeman, in a trance, picks up a large [[rock]] and goes to strike her. The spell seems to stop the wind and the policeman comes to, not realising why he has a stone in his hand.
 
In the pub, [[Bert (The Dæmons)|Bert]] the landlord, [[Tom Girton]] and Reeves are scornful of Hawthorne. The village squire, [[Winstanley]], does speak up and say that there have been some very odd occurrences since the barrow started to be excavated. He cites that the weather has been extreme and that the cows have dried up. They all laugh him off. The village constable, [[Groom (The Dæmons)|Groom]], congratulates Hawthorne on her TV appearance. As she walks off a huge gust of wind stops her in her tracks. She begins to chant a spell. Unseen behind her the policeman, in a trance, picks up a large [[rock]] and goes to strike her. The spell seems to stop the wind and the policeman comes to, not realising why he has a stone in his hand.
   
The Doctor and Jo approach Devil's End but a gust of wind turns a sign and sends them in the wrong direction. Hawthorne goes to the church and encounters [[Garvin]], the verger, in the cemetery. She says she wishes to see the vicar, but Garvin says that Mr Magister is busy. Hawthorne says she wishes to see the old vicar, Canon Smallwood, but Garvin says that he was taken ill and had to leave. Hawthorne does not believe that as he left overnight without saying goodbye to anyone. Hawthorne says she will see the new vicar but Garvin will not let her pass. There is an argument that is stopped by the new vicar - who reveals himself to be [[the Master]].
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The Doctor and Jo approach Devil's End but a gust of wind turns a sign and sends them in the wrong direction. Hawthorne goes to the church and encounters [[Garvin]], the verger, in the cemetery. She says she wishes to see the vicar, but Garvin says that Mr Majester is busy. Hawthorne says she wishes to see the old vicar but Garvin says that he left due to ill health. Hawthorne does not believe that as he left overnight without saying goodbye to anyone. Hawthorne says she will see the new vicar but Garvin will not let her pass. There is an argument that is stopped by the new vicar - who reveals himself to be [[the Master]].
   
 
The Brigadier is heading out to a function, leaving Yates and Benton stuck at base. Hawthorne asks for the Master's help. He tries to placate her and says she has nothing to be worried about. When this fails, he tries to hypnotise her but to no avail. When she leaves, the Master sends Garvin after her. Night approaches and the Doctor and Jo are lost. The production team are putting the final touches to the live broadcast. Horner is keen to ensure that Hawthorne is not around.
 
The Brigadier is heading out to a function, leaving Yates and Benton stuck at base. Hawthorne asks for the Master's help. He tries to placate her and says she has nothing to be worried about. When this fails, he tries to hypnotise her but to no avail. When she leaves, the Master sends Garvin after her. Night approaches and the Doctor and Jo are lost. The production team are putting the final touches to the live broadcast. Horner is keen to ensure that Hawthorne is not around.
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The Brigadier approaches Devil's End and hears the noise again. He stops the car and throws a branch ahead of him, where it bursts into flames. He contacts Yates to tell him about the heat barrier. Yates tells him all that has happened in the village and the Brigadier is very sceptical with regards to the protestations of the occult. Yates also tells the Brigadier about the Master's involvement.
 
The Brigadier approaches Devil's End and hears the noise again. He stops the car and throws a branch ahead of him, where it bursts into flames. He contacts Yates to tell him about the heat barrier. Yates tells him all that has happened in the village and the Brigadier is very sceptical with regards to the protestations of the occult. Yates also tells the Brigadier about the Master's involvement.
   
The Master begins an incantation. There is a noise above and the Master goes to the window and looks. The Doctor and Jo return to the Devil's Hump and find Groom’s lifeless corpse. They head into the excavation site. Unknown to them, one of the [[Bok|gargoyles]] from the church has come alive and is watching them. The Doctor looks around the excavation site and the gargoyle approaches.
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The Master begins an incantation. There is a noise above and the Master goes to the window and looks. The Doctor and Jo return to the Devil's Hump and find Groom’s lifeless corpse. They head into the excavation site. Unknown to them, one of the [[Bok|Gargoyles]] from the church has come alive and is watching them. The Doctor looks around the excavation site and the gargoyle approaches.
   
 
The Doctor finds a metal model of a spaceship in the ground that is the exact same dimensions as the tomb that they are in. He begins to explain his theory when the gargoyle enters. Jo screams as it advances on them.
 
The Doctor finds a metal model of a spaceship in the ground that is the exact same dimensions as the tomb that they are in. He begins to explain his theory when the gargoyle enters. Jo screams as it advances on them.
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The Master exposes all the secrets he knows about the people at the meeting. Once he shows that he has this control over them he says that if they do what he says they can have whatever they want.
 
The Master exposes all the secrets he knows about the people at the meeting. Once he shows that he has this control over them he says that if they do what he says they can have whatever they want.
   
The Doctor explains that the Daemon that has been summoned will appear three times - the third time they will learn their fate. He says that the Daemon must be in the cavern with the Master but, at the moment, it is so small it is practically invisible. While they talk Bert busies himself nearby. The Brigadier contacts Yates and tells him they intend to blast their way in and that they should evacuate to the cellar. The Doctor blocks this and says that the energy release will strengthen the heat barrier and will cause huge reprisals. He says he has a better idea. He asks if they have a Condenser Unit in the Mobile HQ. They do. The Doctor advises them to build a [[Dyothermic Energy Exchanger|dyothermic energy exchanger]]. He tells them how to build it but Sergeant [[Tom Osgood|Osgood]], the UNIT technical officer, doesn't know where to begin. The Doctor says he will come to the edge of the heat barrier and explain it himself. Bert, having overheard all this, sneaks out. Jo complains about the Brigadier and the Doctor tells her that he is her superior.
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The Doctor explains that the Daemon that has been summoned will appear three times - the third time they will learn their fate. He says that the Daemon must be in the cavern with the Master but, at the moment, it is so small it is practically invisible. While they talk Bert busies himself nearby. The Brigadier contacts Yates and tells him they intend to blast their way in and that they should evacuate to the cellar. The Doctor blocks this and says that the energy release will strengthen the heat barrier and will cause huge reprisals. He says he has a better idea. He asks if they have a Condenser Unit in the Mobile HQ. They do. The Doctor advises them to build a [[Dyothermic Energy Exchanger]]. He tells them how to build it but Sergeant [[Tom Osgood|Osgood]], the UNIT technical officer, doesn't know where to begin. The Doctor says he will come to the edge of the heat barrier and explain it himself. Bert, having overheard all this, sneaks out. Jo complains about the Brigadier and the Doctor tells her that he is her superior.
   
 
The Master is still persuading the villagers when Bert comes in and whispers something to him. The Master summons Girton from the crowd and whispers orders to him. Finished with Girton, the Master tells the villagers that they must submit to him and show obedience. Winstanley interrupts, objecting, but the Master says he doesn't need them and says they are like dust beneath his feet and that they should obey or be destroyed. Winstanley says the villagers will hear no more of this and begins to lead them out. The Master summons the gargoyle which kills Winstanley. The villagers coil back and, promising to do what the Master says, leave.
 
The Master is still persuading the villagers when Bert comes in and whispers something to him. The Master summons Girton from the crowd and whispers orders to him. Finished with Girton, the Master tells the villagers that they must submit to him and show obedience. Winstanley interrupts, objecting, but the Master says he doesn't need them and says they are like dust beneath his feet and that they should obey or be destroyed. Winstanley says the villagers will hear no more of this and begins to lead them out. The Master summons the gargoyle which kills Winstanley. The villagers coil back and, promising to do what the Master says, leave.
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In the pub, Yates sees Girton getting into the helicopter. Yates runs out and tries to stop him, but Girton is too strong and knocks him out. As it flies off, Yates recovers and shoots at the helicopter but to no avail. He takes off in pursuit on a motorbike.
 
In the pub, Yates sees Girton getting into the helicopter. Yates runs out and tries to stop him, but Girton is too strong and knocks him out. As it flies off, Yates recovers and shoots at the helicopter but to no avail. He takes off in pursuit on a motorbike.
   
As the Doctor and Jo make their way to the edge of the heat shield they see the helicopter which tries to force them into driving into the heat barrier. They see Yates approach on the motorbike, who says he will draw Girton off, but the Doctor tells him to keep back. The Doctor drives Bessie directly towards the heat barrier but, just at the last moment, turns off and skids to a halt. The helicopter crashes into the heat shield and explodes but Jo is thrown from the car and knocked out. Yates helps Jo up and takes her back to the village whilst the Doctor heads off to meet the Brigadier on the motorbike.
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As the Doctor and Jo make their way to the edge of the heat shield they see the helicopter which tries to force them into driving into the heat barrier. They see Yates approach but tell him to keep away. The Doctor drives Bessie directly towards the heat barrier but, just at the last moment, turns off and skids to a halt. The helicopter crashes into the heat shield and explodes but Jo is thrown from the car and knocked out. Yates helps Jo up and takes her back to the village whilst the Doctor heads off to meet the Brigadier on the motorbike.
   
 
The Master and the gargoyle make their way into the cavern.
 
The Master and the gargoyle make their way into the cavern.
   
The Doctor stops just short of the heat barrier, where the Brigadier is waiting for him. Disregarding the Brigadier’s madness at the loss of the helicopter, the Doctor says they will need to harness the electricity from some nearby [[pylon]]s to create 10,000 volts to kick-start the dyothermic energy exchanger. He begins to explain to Osgood what to do.
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The Doctor stops just short of the heat barrier, where the Brigadier is waiting for him. Disregarding the Brigadier’s madness at the loss of the helicopter, the Doctor says they will need to harness the electricity from some nearby [[pylon]]s to create 10,000 volts to kick-start the Dyothermic Energy Exchanger. He begins to explain to Osgood what to do.
   
 
The Master begins to summon Azal.
 
The Master begins to summon Azal.
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=== Episode four ===
 
=== Episode four ===
   
After the tremors have subsided, the Doctor continues to explain to Osgood how to set up the exchanger.
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After the tremors have subsided, the Doctor continues to explain to Osgood how to set up the Exchanger.
   
 
The Master implores Azal back.
 
The Master implores Azal back.
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Benton tries to get in touch with the Brigadier but can't.
 
Benton tries to get in touch with the Brigadier but can't.
   
Osgood tells the Brigadier that the exchanger is blocking the radio signals but Osgood explains it should do its job in a couple of minutes. As he says this, the machine explodes and Osgood says he will need at least another half an hour.
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Osgood tells the Brigadier that the Exchanger is blocking the radio signals but Osgood explains it should do its job in a couple of minutes. As he says this, the machine explodes and Osgood says he will need at least another half an hour.
   
 
Bert reports to the Master that the Doctor got away. The Master says he will need to be welcomed back to the village. Bert smiles and departs.
 
Bert reports to the Master that the Doctor got away. The Master says he will need to be welcomed back to the village. Bert smiles and departs.
   
Benton and the Brigadier take advantage of the Exchanger not working to talk. They are worried about the whereabouts of the Doctor. The Brigadier tells Benton to let the Doctor know that they are having issues with the exchanger when he returns. Benton goes to look out the window and sees the arrival of Morris Dancers. The Doctor arrives during their display and the dancers integrate him into their dance. Soon enough they have captured him and their leader, Bert, pulls out a gun. The Doctors is tied to the [[maypole]].
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Benton and the Brigadier take advantage of the Exchanger not working to talk. They are worried about the whereabouts of the Doctor. The Brigadier tells Benton to let the Doctor know that they are having issues with the Exchanger when he returns. Benton goes to look out the window and sees the arrival of Morris Dancers. The Doctor arrives during their display and the dancers integrate him into their dance. Soon enough they have captured him and their leader, Bert, pulls out a gun. The Doctors is tied to the [[maypole]].
   
 
Benton wants to go out an help but as soon as he opens the door he is attacked by a Morris Dancer. They fight and it looks like the dancer has the better of Benton when Hawthorne knocks him out using her crystal ball. Before Benton goes steaming out Hawthorne gives him some advice on how they could go forward more effectively.
 
Benton wants to go out an help but as soon as he opens the door he is attacked by a Morris Dancer. They fight and it looks like the dancer has the better of Benton when Hawthorne knocks him out using her crystal ball. Before Benton goes steaming out Hawthorne gives him some advice on how they could go forward more effectively.
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The Master welcomes Azal. Jo runs but the gargoyle stops her. Yates tries to shoot it but the gargoyle disarms him. Yates is tied up and Jo is dragged away.
 
The Master welcomes Azal. Jo runs but the gargoyle stops her. Yates tries to shoot it but the gargoyle disarms him. Yates is tied up and Jo is dragged away.
   
The Doctor admits he is not a wizard. Bert begins to gloat but the villagers have turned against him. He shows the villagers how he moved Bessie through his remote control and says that it is science and not magic that is explaining the goings on in the village. He goes on to say that the Master is using Time Lord and Daemon science. The man asks how the Master could have called Azal without the use of magic and the Doctor explains that it is through the channelling of negative emotions to create a psychokinetic energy. Benton is still itching to get to the church but the Doctor says they should wait for the energy exchanger.
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The Doctor admits he is not a wizard. Bert begins to gloat but the villagers have turned against him. He shows the villagers how he moved Bessie through his remote control and says that it is science and not magic that is explaining the goings on in the village. He goes on to say that the Master is using Time Lord and Daemon science. The man asks how the Master could have called Azal without the use of magic and the Doctor explains that it is through the channelling of negative emotions to create a psychokinetic energy. Benton is still itching to get to the church but the Doctor says they should wait for the Energy Exchanger.
   
The Master demands power from Azal, who says he will listen to the Master’s demands. The Master says that everyone in the universe is subservient to him with the exception of Azal. Jo is brought in in a white dress. The Master says that he will offer Jo to him as a sacrifice. Yates manages to escape and reports to the Doctor. The Doctor radios the Brigadier and orders the machine to come through now. The Brigadier orders Osgood to operate the machine. As he does the machine starts to smoke. The Brigadier orders Osgood to keep trying.
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The Master demands power from Azal. Azal says he will listen to the Master’s demands. The Master says that everyone in the universe is subservient to him with the exception of Azal. Jo is brought in in a white dress. The Master says that he will offer Jo to him as a sacrifice. Yates manages to escape and reports to the Doctor. The Doctor radios the Brigadier and orders the machine to come through now. The Brigadier orders Osgood to operate the machine. As he does the machine starts to smoke. The Brigadier orders Osgood to keep trying.
   
 
The Doctor marshals the villagers to surround the church.
 
The Doctor marshals the villagers to surround the church.
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[[Jones (The Dæmons)|One of the coven]] warns the Master that the villagers are approaching and he orders the gargoyle to guard the door of the church.
 
[[Jones (The Dæmons)|One of the coven]] warns the Master that the villagers are approaching and he orders the gargoyle to guard the door of the church.
   
Seeing the gargoyle, the villagers run. Bert tries to approach the gargoyle but he is vaporised by a blast from Bok's claw.
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Seeing the gargoyle, the villagers run. Bert tries to approach the gargoyle but he is killed.
   
 
The Exchanger is at maximum. The Doctor tells the Brigadier to use the booster. The Brigadier orders Osgood to use it, but he is reluctant so the Brigadier does it himself.
 
The Exchanger is at maximum. The Doctor tells the Brigadier to use the booster. The Brigadier orders Osgood to use it, but he is reluctant so the Brigadier does it himself.
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The Exchanger starts to work. It creates a tunnel in the heat barrier which is still warm but passable. The UNIT vehicles begin to drive through.
 
The Exchanger starts to work. It creates a tunnel in the heat barrier which is still warm but passable. The UNIT vehicles begin to drive through.
   
Azal is in pain, effected by the energy exchanger.
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Azal is in pain, effected by the Energy Exchanger.
   
 
The Brigadier tells the Doctor that everything is through bar the machine. The Doctor says he needs it. The Brigadier orders Osgood through. As soon as the machine makes it through it explodes. The Doctor hears the explosion and the Brigadier confirms the news. The Doctor says he is going to go in when the creature is weak. He dodges the gargoyle and runs in. He enters the cavern and is shocked to see the size of Azal. The Master welcomes him.
 
The Brigadier tells the Doctor that everything is through bar the machine. The Doctor says he needs it. The Brigadier orders Osgood through. As soon as the machine makes it through it explodes. The Doctor hears the explosion and the Brigadier confirms the news. The Doctor says he is going to go in when the creature is weak. He dodges the gargoyle and runs in. He enters the cavern and is shocked to see the size of Azal. The Master welcomes him.
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The UNIT vehicles arrive outside the church. The Brigadier wants to go after the Doctor but Yates shows him the gargoyle and his ability. The Brigadier orders [[Jenkins (The Dæmons)|one of his men]] to shoot it, but to no avail.
 
The UNIT vehicles arrive outside the church. The Brigadier wants to go after the Doctor but Yates shows him the gargoyle and his ability. The Brigadier orders [[Jenkins (The Dæmons)|one of his men]] to shoot it, but to no avail.
   
The Doctor tells the Master that he knows he is going to die now he is in the cavern. The Master tells Azal to kill the Doctor. Azal refuses as he senses that the Doctor is not of this planet. The Master says he is a meddler and a fool. Azal disagrees and says he has just done a foolish thing by coming into the cavern. The Doctor explains that he came in to talk but will only do so if Azal frees Jo. He does so. The Doctor warns Azal that he should leave while he still can - telling him of the energy exchanger. Azal says he knows that it is destroyed. The Doctor says he has two but Azal knows this is a lie. The Master says Azal should kill him for lying. Azal agrees. The Doctor says that if Azal kills him he'll wander through eternity wishing he'd listened.
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The Doctor tells the Master that he knows he is going to die now he is in the cavern. The Master tells Azal to kill the Doctor. Azal refuses as he senses that the Doctor is not of this planet. The Master says he is a meddler and a fool. Azal disagrees and says he has just done a foolish thing by coming into the cavern. The Doctor explains that he came in to talk but will only do so if Azal frees Jo. He does so. The Doctor warns Azal that he should leave while he still can - telling him of the Energy Exchanger. Azal says he knows that it is destroyed. The Doctor says he has two but Azal knows this is a lie. The Master says Azal should kill him for lying. Azal agrees. The Doctor says that if Azal kills him he'll wander through eternity wishing he'd listened.
   
The whole of the UNIT force fire at the gargoyle. One soldier tries to sneak into the church but is vaporised by Bok. Yates orders Benton to fetch the [[bazooka]].
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The whole of the UNIT force fire at the gargoyle. One soldier tries to sneak into the church but is killed. Yates orders Benton to fetch the [[bazooka]].
   
 
Azal hesitates. The Master tells him to kill the Doctor. Azal says that he does not obey the Master's orders and goes on to say that it is time for completion of the Daemons' experiment on Earth. The Master says that the experiment will be completed when he hands power to him. The Doctor says that this level of power is similar to [[Adolf Hitler]] or [[Genghis Khan]]. Azal is not convinced. The Doctor says that he should leave humanity alone. Azal is reluctant to do so as he says that the Daemons imbued knowledge to man. The Doctor rebuts this and says that man has used that knowledge to create weapons, poisons and pollution. Azal says that if humanity is such a failure, then they should be destroyed. The Master says that all Earth needs is a strong leader to force them to learn. Azal agrees and says he intends to hand his power over.... to the Doctor. The Doctor says he doesn't want it.
 
Azal hesitates. The Master tells him to kill the Doctor. Azal says that he does not obey the Master's orders and goes on to say that it is time for completion of the Daemons' experiment on Earth. The Master says that the experiment will be completed when he hands power to him. The Doctor says that this level of power is similar to [[Adolf Hitler]] or [[Genghis Khan]]. Azal is not convinced. The Doctor says that he should leave humanity alone. Azal is reluctant to do so as he says that the Daemons imbued knowledge to man. The Doctor rebuts this and says that man has used that knowledge to create weapons, poisons and pollution. Azal says that if humanity is such a failure, then they should be destroyed. The Master says that all Earth needs is a strong leader to force them to learn. Azal agrees and says he intends to hand his power over.... to the Doctor. The Doctor says he doesn't want it.
   
The gargoyle runs towards the UNIT forces. Yates uses the bazooka on him which destroys him but he soon re-forms.
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The gargoyle runs towards the UNIT forces. Yates uses the bazooka on him which destroys him but he soon reforms.
   
 
The Doctor begs Azal to leave but he says he can't; he must either bequeath his power or destroy the Earth. The Master says he can bequeath it to him and Azal agrees. The Master asks what will happen to the Doctor. Azal says he is not rational and should be eliminated. He fires bolts of energy at the Doctor. Jo stands in the way and says that the Doctor is a good man and that she would rather die than him. This effects Azal and the bolts fire back off Jo into him. Azal is in pain and says that the actions Jo has carried out do not relate. He stumbles backwards.
 
The Doctor begs Azal to leave but he says he can't; he must either bequeath his power or destroy the Earth. The Master says he can bequeath it to him and Azal agrees. The Master asks what will happen to the Doctor. Azal says he is not rational and should be eliminated. He fires bolts of energy at the Doctor. Jo stands in the way and says that the Doctor is a good man and that she would rather die than him. This effects Azal and the bolts fire back off Jo into him. Azal is in pain and says that the actions Jo has carried out do not relate. He stumbles backwards.
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