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August 30th, 2019 4 comments

Cubicle 7 The Twelfth Doctor Sourcebook

The Doctor Who RPG and associated books are available to order from www.cubicle7store.com

You can also find some of the publications at www.amazon.co.uk or www.amazon.com

This Sourcebook explores the Twelfth Doctor’s adventures on Earth and beyond. With detailed information on all the allies, enemies, aliens and gadgets they encounter, as well as examining each adventure, the book contains a wealth of material for the Doctor Who Roleplaying Game, and is also a fact-packed resource for fans of the show!

Gifted a new series of regenerations after rescuing the home-world they once thought they doomed, the Doctor barreled back into action. With a new lease of life and not a second to waste, the Doctor returned ready to save the universe — whether it wanted it or not. Duel with Robin Hood, journey to the center of a Dalek, outfox deadly two-dimensional killers, meet the Master’s capricious new incarnation, and tell all of them to shut up!

Just one question… Do you happen to know how to fly this thing?


Categorised under: Books, Games, General, Reference books

4 comments

  • TIMELORDTC .

    August 30th, 2019 - 8:05pm

    Along the spines of the books, they all make up the 50th Anniversary logo, the Second Doctor source book is missing it’s part of the logo, making the whole series look like it’s missing a bit, it looks very off on the shelf

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  • TIMELORDTC .

    August 30th, 2019 - 6:44pm

    Was there an issue with the original releases that the Troughton one had the wrong side. Or do I own a misprint?

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    • The Flying Shark

      August 30th, 2019 - 7:07pm

      What’s wrong with it? I love hearing about unusual things like this.

    • GuyTheZygon

      September 1st, 2019 - 7:29pm

      @TIMELORDTC . The publishers were actually amazingly generous about the error, if you contacted them about it, they sent a spine-corrected copy free of charge, I wasn’t even required to return the faulty one…Could be worth a try even now, they’re probably quite a rarity!

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