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Excelis Rising (audio story)

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Excelis Rising
Excelis Rising cover
Doctor: Sixth Doctor
Main enemy: Reeve Maupassant
Main setting: Artaris, the 20th century
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: David A. McIntee
Director: Edward Salt
Music: David Darlington
Sound: David Darlington
Cover by: Lee Binding
Release details
Release number: 1
Release date: April 2002
Format: 1 episode on 1 CD
Production code: EX2
ISBN 1 903654 64 5
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Excelis Saga
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Publisher's summary Edit

A thousand years after his first visit to the planet Artaris, the Doctor returns. The city of Excelis has grown, spreading a vast Empire throughout the globe. Science and engineering have provided a new Age of Reason.

But the more things change, the more they stay the same, and once again death follows the mysterious Relic through the halls of the Imperial Museum.

When the Doctor finds himself helping the Curator and the local authorities with this mystery, he finds himself crossing paths with a familiar face from Excelis' history —- but no-one lives for a thousand years, do they?

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References Edit

  • King Grayvorn has been officially declared a myth, though a few know the truth of his existence. It is said that he shall return at the time of Excelis' greatest need.

Notes Edit

  • This is the second part of the Excelis Saga.
  • Solomon is named after Colin Baker's character in BBV's The Stranger series, Minister Pryce after actor Jonathon Pryce, Danby after ghost anthology editor Mary Danby, and Maupassant after French writer Guy de Maupassant.
  • This audio drama was recorded on 14 November 2001.

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