- You may be looking for The First Doctor Adventures: Volume Two.
Publisher's summary Edit
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.
On the planet Shade, The Chaons, an invading race of strange, amorphous creatures that ravenously absorb energy, have reduced the city there to a desolate ruin. Separated from the Doctor and Vicki, Steven has to join forces with an unexpected ally to find his way back to the TARDIS. Ahead, lies a nightmare journey through the dark - a test of endurance and trust.
When the Doctor, Polly, and Ben arrive in Lewes in the late 1950s, they’re just in time to celebrate Guy Fawkes’ Night. But there’s no fun on the streets tonight – the town is in the grip of fear. There are imps on the loose in Lewes, the Bonfire Boys are on the march, and nobody is safe from the fire.
"Pray welcome, one and all, to this, a fantasy in two acts, presented, most humbly, for your pleasure. We bring you drama and magic, angels and demons, a tale of mysterious plague... of nightmares made flesh... of a war fought both in this world and those immeasurably distant. A war, in fact, fought through the mists of time itself. It will make you gasp! It will make you weep! It may even make some of you wake-up..."
|11.1||Fields of Terror||John Pritchard||Lisa Bowerman, Helen Goldwyn||Maureen O'Brien||Steven, Vicki||15 June 2017||BFPDWCC110|
|11.2||Across the Darkened City||David Bartlett||Peter Purves||Steven, Vicki, Daleks|
|11.3||The Bonfires of the Vanities||Una McCormack||Anneke Wills, Elliot Chapman||Polly, Ben|
|11.4||The Plague of Dreams||Guy Adams|
- The narrative trailer for this anthology is crucial to understanding the arc of the box set. In the first three stories, lines of dialogue become distorted before everything carries on as normal; the trailer reveals this is due to the Time Lords working to negate the interference of the (unnamed) Daleks. In The Plague of Dreams, the Time Lords send the Player to persuade the Doctor himself to negate the final interference, as they are unable to do it themselves.