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The Blame Game (audio story)

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The Blame Game
The Blame Game
Doctor: Third Doctor
Companion(s): Liz Shaw
Main enemy: The Monk
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Ian Atkins
Director: Lisa Bowerman
Music: Steve Foxon
Sound: Steve Foxon
Read by: Rufus Hound
Cover by: Anthony Lamb
Release details
Release number: 6.07
Release date: 26 July 2016
Production code: BFMSTDL19
ISBN 978-1-78575-110-3
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The Blame Game was the seventh story of the sixth season of Big Finish Productions' Short Trips series. It was read by Rufus Hound.

Publisher's summary Edit

To escape his Earth exile, the Doctor is prepared to make any bargain, come to any arrangement, or to do any deal with any devil – even if in this case the Devil wears a monk's robes. But when past misdeeds start catching up with both the Doctor and the Monk, who can Liz Shaw trust when time is running out and death is rapidly approaching?

Characters Edit

References Edit

  • Time Agents wear uniforms.
  • When the Monk tries to take the Doctor away from Earth, the Time Lords stop him.
  • The Doctor spent a year on Delphon while at the Prydonian Academy. At the time, the Time Lords were interested in studying languages that couldn't be translated.
  • Piracy is forbidden by Galactic law.
  • The Monk's TARDIS has "real world gearing."
  • Gravity well generator, translators, and deep system scanners are installed on a forming, molten Earth to detect approaching aliens and draw them to encounter the human race.
  • Delphons load dangerous alien technology into demolition ships and fire them into suns.
  • The Doctor feels that his presence on Earth is probably the reason it's constantly invaded.

Notes Edit

  • This story is available for download only.

Continuity Edit

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