|The Slow Empire|
|Main enemy:||Vortex Wraiths, Collectors|
|Main setting:||Shakrath, Thakrash, Goronos|
|Release date:||2 July 2001|
|Format:||Paperback Book; 8 Chapters, 256 Pages|
|BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures|
|The Year of Intelligent Tigers||Dark Progeny|
Publisher's summary Edit
Enter, with the Doctor, Anji and Fitz, an Empire where the laws of physics are quite preposterous — nothing can travel faster than the speed of light and time travel is impossible.
A thousand worlds, each believing they are the Centre, each under a malign control of which they themselves are completely unaware.
As the only beings able to travel between the worlds instantaneously, the Doctor and his friends must piece together the Imperial puzzle and decide what should be done. The soldiers of the Ambassadorial Corps are always, somehow, hard on their heels. Their own minds are busily fragmenting under metatemporal stresses. And their only allies are a man who might not be quite what he seems (and says so at great length) and a creature we shall merely call... the Collector.
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- Eighth Doctor
- Fitz Kreiner
- Anji Kapoor
- Axon Miribilis
- Jamon de la Rocas
- The Collector
- The Doctor finds in the TARDIS a yellow umbrella.
Television series from the real world Edit
- Anji was forced to watch Quantum Leap. She has watched Independence Day and Star Wars.
- There is a mention of The X-Files and The Abyss.
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- Anji believes that when a person undergoes molecular transport (transmat, teleport, matter transmission), they're committing suicide. This idea known as teleportaphobia is explored in detail in PROSE: Down.
- The Fourth Doctor also once briefly encountered Collectors. (PROSE: Heart of TARDIS)
- The Doctor has told Fitz about the Vortisaurs. (AUDIO: Storm Warning)
- Anji is reminded several times of the events of PROSE: The Year of Intelligent Tigers.
- Fitz comments that he has the memories of someone anywhere between a year and several hundreds of years old. (PROSE: Interference - Book Two)
- Fitz recalls having spent some discontinuous time in the late sixties Earth. (PROSE: Revolution Man)
- Jamon de la Rocas has been to Eros. (PROSE: The Queen of Eros)
- The Slow Empire at the Doctor Who Reference Guide
- The Discontinuity Guide to: The Slow Empire at The Whoniverse
- The Cloister Library: The Slow Empire