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The Lostfor other, similarly-named pages.
The Lost was the third and final story in the audio anthology Dalek Universe 2, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Robert Valentine and featured David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor and Jane Slavin as Anya Kingdom.
When the Doctor's latest scheme to get back to the future fails, the team's ship crashes on a strange world, potentially trapping them for ever.
Searching for replacement parts, they find their way to a building where heart-breakingly familiar faces await them.
Lies are about to be exposed. Everyone will learn the truth. And nothing will be the same again.
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- The Doctor - David Tennant
- Anya Kingdom - Jane Slavin
- Mark Seven - Joe Sims
- The Lost - Leighton Pugh
- Merrick Kingdom - Kevin McNally
- The Doctor speculates the Lost might be an Eternal or one of the Endless.
- The Doctor claims that before the Time War the universe was full of "pseudo-gods and quasi-deities".
- DWM Jamie Lenman illustrations for this story, in DWM 567, displays different characters than those mentioned in the story, including Kamelion, Astrid Peth and what appears to be the Meta-Crisis Tenth Doctor
- Anya recalls Major McLinn saying the Gruad Confusion was dangerous. (AUDIO: The Trojan Dalek)
- Anya recalls her grandfather telling the Doctor about her aunt Sara Kingdom and uncle Bret Vyon. (AUDIO: The House of Kingdom)
- The Lost reveals to Anya the Doctor’s role in Bret and Sara’s deaths. (TV: The Daleks’ Master Plan)
- The Lost reminds the Doctor of the death of Ann Kelso. (AUDIO: The Perfect Prisoners)
- The Lost reminds the Doctor of his losses including Sara, Katarina, (TV: The Daleks’ Master Plan) Oliver Harper, (AUDIO: The First Wave), Adric, (TV: Earthshock) Lucie Miller, (AUDIO: To the Death) Rose Tyler, (TV: Doomsday) Donna Noble, (TV: Journey’s End) and Gallifrey itself. (TV: The End of the World et al)
- The resolution of this crisis resembles Tick-Tock World and Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS; in all cases, the Doctor thwarts a problem by preventing himself from making a particular journey in the first place.
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