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== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
Very shortly after arriving in a quiet and primitive village, [[Eleventh Doctor|the Doctor]] finds some villagers dressed in not-very-scary sheets to appear ghostly and, drive him away from a sacrificial offering of fruit. Not running away, the Doctor is tied up and according to the only book surviving from their ancestors on Old Earth, the "sacred tex" foretells the coming of the greedy Gulper. The Doctor recognises the "sacred text" as a manual for an old video game. The Greedy Gulper doesn't exist and they have nothing to be afraid of. Suddenly a creature appears that looks like the Greedy Gulper. Encouraging the villagers to throw the fruit, the creature is knocked off balance and is revealed to be a human from a terra-forming company seeking to frighten the settlers that are already on the planet away. The exposed and captured employee of the terraforming company agree to the Doctors request to testify to the [[Shadow Proclamation]] meaning that the villagers are safe.
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Very shortly after arriving in a quiet and primitive village, [[Eleventh Doctor|the Doctor]] finds some villagers dressed in not-very-scary sheets to appear ghostly and, drive him away from a sacrificial offering of fruit. Not running away, the Doctor is tied up and according to the only book surviving from their ancestors on Old Earth, the "sacred tex" foretells the coming of the greedy Gulper. The Doctor recognises the "sacred text" as a manual for an old video game. The Greedy Gulper doesn't exist and they have nothing to be afraid of.
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Suddenly a creature appears that looks like the Greedy Gulper. Encouraging the villagers to throw the fruit, the creature is knocked off balance and is revealed to be a human from a terra-forming company seeking to frighten the settlers that are already on the planet away. The exposed and captured employee of the terraforming company agree to the Doctors request to testify to the [[Shadow Proclamation]] meaning that the villagers are safe.
   
 
== Characters ==
 
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== References ==
 
== References ==
* The [[Shadow Proclamation]] is referenced as agents of policing and judgement.
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== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
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* Publication with page count and closing captions
 
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# [[DWA 292]] (4 pages) DON'T MISS ANOTHER NEW ADVENTURE NEXT TIME!
 
# [[DWA 292]] (4 pages) DON'T MISS ANOTHER NEW ADVENTURE NEXT TIME!
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== Continuity ==
 
== Continuity ==
 
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The Greedy Gulper was a Doctor Who Adventures comic story featuring the Eleventh Doctor.

Summary Edit

Very shortly after arriving in a quiet and primitive village, the Doctor finds some villagers dressed in not-very-scary sheets to appear ghostly and, drive him away from a sacrificial offering of fruit. Not running away, the Doctor is tied up and according to the only book surviving from their ancestors on Old Earth, the "sacred tex" foretells the coming of the greedy Gulper. The Doctor recognises the "sacred text" as a manual for an old video game. The Greedy Gulper doesn't exist and they have nothing to be afraid of.

Suddenly a creature appears that looks like the Greedy Gulper. Encouraging the villagers to throw the fruit, the creature is knocked off balance and is revealed to be a human from a terra-forming company seeking to frighten the settlers that are already on the planet away. The exposed and captured employee of the terraforming company agree to the Doctors request to testify to the Shadow Proclamation meaning that the villagers are safe.

Characters Edit

References Edit

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Notes Edit

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Original print details Edit

  • Publication with page count and closing captions
  1. DWA 292 (4 pages) DON'T MISS ANOTHER NEW ADVENTURE NEXT TIME!

Continuity Edit

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