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|Doctor Who and the Time Warrior|
|Based on:||The Time Warrior|
|Main enemy:||Linx, Irongron|
|Main setting:||England, circa the 1970s and the 13th century|
|Publisher:||Target Books, W.H. Allen|
|Read by:||Jeremy Bulloch|
|Cover by:||Jeff Cummins|
|Release number:||65 (given to later editions)|
|Release date:||29 June 1978|
|Format:||Hardcover and paperback editions; 18 Chapters, 144 Pages|
|Doctor Who and the Green Death||Doctor Who and the Dinosaur Invasion|
Publisher's summary Edit
1978 edition Edit
His spaceship crippled in an inter-stellar battle, the Sontaran warrior, Linx, is forced to crash-land on earth. He arrives in the Middle Ages, a time too primitive to provide the technology he needs to repair his ship. Allying himself with the local robber chief, Linx uses his powers to `borrow' scientists and equipment from twentieth-century earth.
Doctor Who tracks down the missing scientists and journeys into the past to save them. But can he defeat the ruthless Linx and his savage human allies before the course of human history is changed forever?
Chapter Titles Edit
- Irongron's Star
- Linx's Bargain
- Sarah's Bluff
- Irongron's Captive
- The Doctor Disappears
- A Shock for Sarah
- Prisoner in the Past
- The Robot Knight
- Linx's Slaves
- Irongron's Wizard
- The Rescue
- The Doctor's Magic
- Counter Attack
- The Robot's Return
- Shooting Gallery
- Return to Danger
- Linx's Departure
Deviations from televised story Edit
- An opening sequence of a space battle between the Sontarans and Rutans is added.
- Cut scenes with Hal the Archer and the messenger boy are reinstated.
- Sarah's first trip in the TARDIS is depicted.
Writing and publishing notes Edit
- Robert Holmes submitted three pages towards 'his' novelisation of the story, before handing it over to Terrance Dicks (who used the notes as a prologue), to finish.
Additional cover images Edit
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British publication history Edit
- W.H. Allen & Co. Ltd. UK
- 1993 Virgin Publishing with a new cover by Alister Pearson priced £3.50 (UK)
Editions published outside Britain Edit
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The audio set of four CDs was released in November 2008 priced £13.99 (UK)
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