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* The Doctor and Ace return to the [[TARDIS control room|secondary console room]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Masque of Mandragora (TV story)|The Masque of Mandragora]]'' et al.)
 
* The Doctor and Ace return to the [[TARDIS control room|secondary console room]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Masque of Mandragora (TV story)|The Masque of Mandragora]]'' et al.)
 
* The TARDIS features a library of bookcases embedded in its walls. ([[TV]]: ''[[Deep Breath (TV story)|Deep Breath]] ''et al.)
 
* The TARDIS features a library of bookcases embedded in its walls. ([[TV]]: ''[[Deep Breath (TV story)|Deep Breath]] ''et al.)
* Ace briefly encounters [[Magog]], last of the [[Malevilus|Malvelius]], still trapped in the Doctor's TARDIS and pleading for release. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[The Iron Legion]]'')
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* Ace briefly encounters [[Magog]], last of the [[Malevilus|Malvelius]], still trapped in the Doctor's TARDIS and pleading for release. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[Doctor Who and the Iron Legion (comic story)|Doctor Who and the Iron Legion]]'')
 
* M, or [[Mandrake]], is a popular drug amongst teenagers and young adults that first appeared in [[1997]], and is the most important teenage problem in some [[Europe]]an countries, but carries a more malevolent, alien purpose with the Mandragora. The Seventh Doctor later encountered [[cocaine]], or [[SMILE]], in [[1987]], that had become infused with the [[N-Form (Damaged Goods)|N-Forms]]. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Damaged Goods (novel)|Damaged Goods]]'', [[AUDIO]]: ''[[Damaged Goods (novel)|Damaged Goods]]'')
 
* M, or [[Mandrake]], is a popular drug amongst teenagers and young adults that first appeared in [[1997]], and is the most important teenage problem in some [[Europe]]an countries, but carries a more malevolent, alien purpose with the Mandragora. The Seventh Doctor later encountered [[cocaine]], or [[SMILE]], in [[1987]], that had become infused with the [[N-Form (Damaged Goods)|N-Forms]]. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Damaged Goods (novel)|Damaged Goods]]'', [[AUDIO]]: ''[[Damaged Goods (novel)|Damaged Goods]]'')
 
* The Doctor states that the [[Mandragora Helix]] aligns with [[Earth]] every five centuries. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Masque of Mandragora (TV story)|The Masque of Mandragora]]'') Repercussions of the alignment would be felt in 2009. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Beautiful Chaos (novel)|Beautiful Chaos]]'')
 
* The Doctor states that the [[Mandragora Helix]] aligns with [[Earth]] every five centuries. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Masque of Mandragora (TV story)|The Masque of Mandragora]]'') Repercussions of the alignment would be felt in 2009. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Beautiful Chaos (novel)|Beautiful Chaos]]'')
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The Mark of Mandragora was a Seventh Doctor comic strip published in Doctor Who Magazine. It served as a sequel to The Masque of Mandragora.

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