Imagine you could go anywhere. This world or countless others, encountering strange alien races, new cultures or hostile environments. Now imagine you could travel to any time. See the pyramids and the Sphinx (back when she had a nose!), discover who (or what) really built Stonehenge, meet the first Emperor of Japan, or travel into the far future as humanity spreads to the stars. Where would you go? With Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space, the power is in your hands! You can go anywhere or anywhen in the universe. It's not going to be easy. It'll probably be dangerous. The universe is a hostile place, full of Daleks, Slitheen, Krillitane, Sontarans, Plasmavores, Cybermen, Sycorax, Judoon and worse. There will be fear, heartbreak and excitement, but above all, it'll be the trip of a lifetime.
From publisher August 2015:
The Doctor Who Roleplaying Game is the new name for Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space.
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This is an adventure I've written for Doctor Who - Adventures in Time and Space, although it is statless and usable for any system. Feedback and comments appreciated as I'm always looking to improve my writing style. If anyone plays it, please let me know how it went.
Holiday Camp is a adventure I have just written for Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space. It's my first try at making my own adventure for this game so I would like some feedback on it. It would be very helpfull for me to get a better game from it.
It is written for a time lord (not the actual doctor) and a couple of companions.
One special remark: Kwakkie and Andy are forbidden to read this adventure!