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Revision as of 18:47, December 17, 2014

RealWorld

Tomb Ship was the one hundred and eighty-sixth story in Big Finish's monthly range.

Publisher's summary

The TARDIS brings the Doctor and Nyssa to a vast pyramid, floating in space. A tomb ship – the last resting place of the God-King of the Arrit, an incredibly advanced and incredibly ancient civilisation, long since extinct.

They're not alone, however. Another old dynasty walks its twisted, trap-ridden passages – a family of tomb raiders led by a fanatical matriarch, whose many sons and daughters have been tutored in tales of the God-King's lost treasure.

But those who seek the God-King will find death in their shadow. Death from below. Death from above. Death moving them back and forward, turning their own hearts against them.

Because only the dead will survive.

Plot

Part One

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Part Two

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Part Three

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Part Four

to be added

Cast

Uncredited cast

References

  • The Doctor claims that the Arrit would have rivaled the Time Lords if their civilisation had survived.
  • The Arrit believed that their dead God-Kings became stars.
  • The Arrit-Ko were engineered to perform maintenance aboard the tomb ship as well as to worship the God-King.

Notes

Continuity

External links

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