"This is High Treason, and for this you deserve death. However, in view of your past service, the sentence is commuted to exile. You leave Gallifrey this day, never to return."
How does Peri come to be the leader of a gang of rebel fighters on an outlying planet? Who is the mysterious "General" against whom they are rebelling so violently? Where does the so-called "Supremo", leader of the Alliance forces ranged against the General, come from, and why is he so interested in Peri?
The answers lie in the origins of a conflict that will affect the whole cosmos — a conflict that will find humans, Sontarans, Draconians and even Cybermen fighting together for the greater good and glory. For the Supremo.
It is a conflict that will test both the Doctor and Peri to the limit, and bring them face to face with the dark sides of their own personalities.
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- Fifth Doctor
- Mehendri Solon
- Commander Nadir
- Lieutenant Hakon
- Reverend Mother Maren
- Commander Aylmer Hawken
- Lord Delmar
- Vidal, Ensign of the Chancellery Guard
- Draconian High Commander Aril
- Sontaran Battle-Major Streg
- Emperor of Draconia
- Sontaran Battle-Marshal Skrug
- Makir President of Fangoria
- The Doctor had a nightmare in which the Daleks offered their support for the alliance.
- Mehendri Solon at that time lived in the Hospice on Karn.
- Amongst the planets conquered by Morbius are Darkeen, Fangoria, Freedonia, Martak, Romark, Sylvana, Tanith and Zandir.
- This story is both a sequel and a prequel to the television story The Brain of Morbius.
- Warmonger was originally a Sixth Doctor and Peri novel called Prelude. (REF: I, Who 3)
- The Doctor has a dedicated edition of The Time Machine. He would later encounter H. G. Wells. (TV: Timelash)
- The Doctor recalls his previous encounter with Solon and the Sisterhood of Karn in his previous incarnation. (TV: The Brain of Morbius)