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|The Sleeping Blood|
|Main enemy:||The Butcher|
|Publisher:||Big Finish Productions|
|Part of:||The First Doctor: Volume One|
|Release date:||3 June 2015|
|The Companion Chronicles|
|Second Chances||The Unwinding World|
Publisher's summary Edit
When the Doctor falls ill, Susan is forced to leave the safety of the TARDIS behind. Exploring a disused research centre in search of medical supplies, she becomes embroiled in the deadly plans of a terrorist holding an entire world to ransom — and the soldier sent to stop him.
The Sleeping Blood (1) Edit
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The Butcher's Citadel (2) Edit
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- Susan feels that the TARDIS is beginning to feel like home.
- Using its chameleon circuit, the TARDIS disguises itself as a large alloy cupboard. Susan is uncertain as to how well it fit with its surroundings.
- The name of the Earth colony Rua is derived from the Hebrew word for "wind" as the first settlers observed an extremely strong wind.
- The Time Lords developed nanomedicine thousands of years before the Doctor and Susan left Gallifrey.
- Kendrick refers to Superman.
- This is the first Companion Chronicles release within a new pattern of releases, grouping four stories with one Doctor into a boxset rather than as individual releases. It also marks a new form of boxset, releasing it in a 4 disk jewel case as into 4 separate jewel cases contained within a cardboard sleeve.
- Art for this release was seen on a video on the official Big Finish YouTube channel. It was originally done as fan art by Simon Hodges and was used by the YouTube channel. The video has since been removed over some issues with copyright and image clearance and approval. The image can be found here.
- Given that the TARDIS' chameleon circuit is operational, this is one of the few Doctor Who stories in any medium in which the TARDIS appears in a form other than that of a police box.
- Susan refers to her and the Doctor's departure from Gallifrey. (TV: An Unearthly Child, The Name of the Doctor; AUDIO: The Beginning).
- Susan refers to the Mary Celeste. The Doctor would later be indirectly responsible for the disappearance of its crew in 1872. (TV: The Chase)
- The Doctor tells Susan that they must not interfere with the affairs of other races, echoing one of the main precepts of Time Lord society. (TV: The War Games)