The Doctor and Mel have been torn apart by tragedy. The Master is being
by the Chronovores. A new version of TOMTIT has been built. And nothing
remain the same, as backwards, forwards and sideways collide.
Sixth, although we get a cameo by the third Doctor in an alternate
The planet Maradnias.
The Time Monster, Millennial Rites.
One of the quotes at the front is from The Five Doctors.
Pg 1 "What was eternity to an Eternal?" The eternals appeared in
Time Wraiths might refer to Vanderdeken's Children.
The Swimmers featured in Taking of Planet 5.
Pg 2 "The Council of Guardians" There are six guardians, two of which
first seen in the Key to Time season.
Pg 3 References to Daleks, the Great Intelligence (Abominable Snowmen
Nestene Consciousness (Spearhead from Space etc), the Animus (The Web
Nyarlathotep is a Cthulu reference, mentioned in All-Consuming Fire.
Pg 7 References to Daleks, Cybermen and Vervoids (Terror of the
Pg 9 "Despite the added support of the Numismaton Gas, the Source of
burnt dimply now" Planet of Fire, Keeper of Traken.
Pg 10 "Those bumbling crystalline fools [and] their asinine
Master has been working for the Krotons.
References to Daleks, Cybermen, Sontarans.
"Bastardised DARDISes and feeble osmic projectors?" DARDIS was the
name for the Daleks' time machine in The Chase, but this name was never
mentioned on screen. Osmic projectors were used to snatch scientists from
future in The Time Warrior.
Farquazi? Uncertain reference.
Pg 11 "300th segment of time" The humans in The Ark are from the 27th
Reference to Dalek time fleet.
"Not the Guardians: to preserve the structure of reality, their hand
never be detected" This ties in to Mawdryn Undead, where the Black
tells Turlough he cannot be seen to act.
Pg 12 Reference to Cloister Bell (Logopolis).
Pg 16 "That business with SeneNet" Business Unusual.
Pg 17 "And, having already visited Earth in 1999" Millennial Rites.
Pg 19 Another reference to events of Millennial Rites on 31 December
Reference to the Quarks and their giant wasps. The Quarks appeared in
Dominators, but this reference is actually to a second Doctor TV Comic adventure The Killer Wasps in issues 877-880.
Pg 20 Reference to Tremas (Keeper of Traken).
"It was a belief [in Hell, in Satan] that the Master had turned to his
advantage on more than one occasion" One of these occasions was in The
Pg 21 "The Rassilon imprimatur was his birthright" The Two Doctors
the Doctor suggests that he's baldly lying about this in that story). But see Continuity Cock-Ups.
Pg 23 "That old fraud Winterdawn" Winterdawn appeared in Falls the
was said to be a colleague of Professor Thascales (the Master's alias in
Time Monster, this story's prequel). But see Continuity Cock-Ups.
Pg 24 "His dear friend Aaron Blinovitch" First mentioned in Day of the
"Even the Whitaker archives, released by the Government after thirty
showed nothing to back up the rumours that Whitaker had created a working
machine." Invasion of the Dinosaurs.
Pg 27 The Chapel Institute is from Millennial Rites.
Pg 29 Reference to Peri.
Pg 30 "The sacrifices he would need to make to champion his cause" This
reference to the sixth Doctor being sacrificed to make way for the
Time's Champion, first mentioned in Love and War and a continuing theme
throughout the NAs.
"The desolate hermitage of Titan 3" The Twin Dilemma.
"Tempus Fugit, the greatest restaurant on Pella Saturnis" The Doctor
five years there in The Crystal Bucephalus.
Pg 31 References to Gallifrey, Zero Room (Castrovalva) and the Other
(mysterious co-founder of Time Lord society, seen in Time's Crucible etc)
"He had narrowly escaped being found guilty of genocide during that
court on the CIA space station" Trial of a Time Lord.
Reference to the Valeyard and the future the sixth Doctor is trying to
(a continuing thread in sixth Doctor Missing Adventures)
"Only to find himself there and to be tricked into taking her on board"
Pgs 31-32 "Only to respond instinctively to the commodore's distress
Terror of the Vervoids
Pg 32 The Doctor quotes from The Ultimate Foe.
Blinovitch's timeline is said to be unstable, accounting for the
references that put him in the past, present or future.
Pg 33 References to Numismaton Gas, the Source of Traken, the Sleepers
Andromeda (The Mysterious Planet), transduction barriers (Invasion of
the Master's TARDIS materialising as usual deep below the Capitol (The
Assassin). The TARDIS default form is a plain white box (The War Games).
Pg 34 References to an osmic projector bought from a Sontaran (The Time
Warrior), the DARDIS core stolen from Skaro (The Chase), Gubbage Cones
(The Chase), Rutan analysis engine (Horror of Fang Rock).
Pg 35 "Within the ruins of the first Capitol" The Deadly Assassin.
Pg 37 References to the doomsday weapon on Uxarieus (Colony in Space),
Bellerophon (uncertain reference), Volvox (uncertain, but it sounds like
something from the comic strip; it might be from the unmade script Volovox), Earth's sleeping races (Silurians, Sea
the Source of Traken, location of the Nestene homeworld (Spearhead from
but see continuity cock-ups), the secret name of the last of the Daemons
Daemons), deathworms (the Telemovie, although the term first appeared in The Eight Doctors),
Pgs 37-38 "The ice world of Spiridon and its army of Daleks" (Planet of
Pg 38 Amentethys (an aquatic dolphin-like race mentioned in The Crystal
Bucephalus), The Proculus and their vile
offspring, the Scerbulus (vicious predators from a distant galaxy, seen in
The Crystal Bucephalus), the Martian GodEngine (GodEngine).
Pg 40 Reference to Winterdawn (Falls the Shadow).
Pg 43 "He had been introduced to its charms by Dame Anne Travers" Web
and Millennial Rites.
Pg 44 "Double-crossed by the Voords, indeed!" The Keys of Marinus.
Pg 45 "He had been given back his freedom" The Three Doctors.
"UNIT's definition of clearing up left an awful lot to be desired" Who
Kennedy, The Scales of Injustice.
Pg 46 "The Master and the others of the Deca" Divided Loyalties.
"The planet of the Daleks" Skaro of course, but this might be a
the story of the same title.
"On Minyos we helped them to split their world in two" Underworld.
Klist? Plastrodus 14? Uncertain references. Klist is referred to in The Gallifrey Chronicles (pg 173).
Pg 47 "I have watched your race crawl from the primordial soup" City of
"Stattenheim and Waldorf" The Two Doctors and Christmas on a Rational Planet.
"Lassiter and Monroe" The Crystal Bucephalus.
Pg 49 "A food machine that could replicate any meal in the known
universe" We haven't seen it since the sixties, but it's clearly still around.
Pg 50 "His Gallifreyan metabolism could overcome the effects in a
Doctor also gets drunk in The Twin Dilemma (retroactively) and Transit, which also mentions his ability to overcome
"C19 - the Government's black ops and dirty tricks
department" Mentioned in
Time-Flight and appearing in Who Killed Kennedy and The Scales of Injustice.
"The Doctor thought of SeneNet" Business Unusual.
Pg 51 "The Doctor's experiences with Ravalox" The Mysterious Planet.
"Remember Atlantis" This is a line from The Daemons, but here it's
the Chronovores and the third destruction of Atlantis seen in The Time
Pg 54 "It was second nature to him: Magister, Keller, Thascales,
Daemons, The Mind of Evil, The Time Monster, The King's Demons.
Pg 55 "'Sounds wonderful,' said Mel, remembering the events of her own
Millennium." Millennial Rites.
"Ashley Chapel..." Millennial Rites.
Pg 57 "The planet of the Sporrads" Uncertain reference.
Pg 73 The Plath? The Lurak? Uncertain references.
Pg 82 There's an updated riff on the "E=MC^3" joke from The Time
Pg 90 "The Black Scrolls of Rassilon" The Five Doctors.
"It reminded Mel of the Library of St John the Beheaded" All-Consuming Fire,
"The Bocca scale" Mentioned in The Two Doctors.
Pg 99 "What would the others of the Deca say?" References to the Rani,
Mortimus (The Time Meddler, No Future), Drax (The Armageddon Factor) and
appeared in Divided Loyalties.
Pgs 101-102 The Doctor builds a time-flow analogue out of junk, just as
did in The Time Monster.
Pg 105 "The damage caused by rogue Bandrils" Timelash.
Pg 107 "The Omniscate" The Seal of Rassilon, first seen in The Deadly
Assassin (not counting Revenge of the Cybermen).
Pg 110 "The limbo atrophier had proven to be a most versatile addition
Master's armoury." The Ultimate Foe.
Pg 111 "He had even stolen another from Gallifrey, only to watch it
die on Traken." Melkur was a second TARDIS in The Keeper of Traken.
Pg 112 "Many years ago, the Doctor had engineered the Doctor's
before setting trap upon trap to defeat him during his
Castrovalva (plus a summary of Castrovalva follows).
"His TARDIS had led him to the Xeraphin." Time-Flight.
Reference to the Source of Traken.
Pg 115 "Initially he had thought of Mars [...] All that Osiran
The Ice Warriors etc, Pyramids of Mars and the two are linked in
Pg 117 "The Time Lords, destroying Minyos, colonising Drornid and
interfering with Planet 5; the Osirans, completing their millennia-long
the renegade Sutekh on Earth and Mars; the Jagaroth and the Daemons, both
meddling with human development" Underworld, Shada and Alien Bodies,
Fire, Image of the Fendahl and The Taking of Planet 5, Pyramids of Mars,
Death, The Daemons.
Pg 120 Eternals (Enlightenment), the Great Old Ones (White Darkness, All-Consuming
Millennial Rites), Guardians (Key to Time).
Pg 122 "Kindly refrain from calling me Doc" The Five Doctors.
Reference to Peri.
Pg 127 "That business with the Usurians" The Sun Makers and the events
lead to Mel joining the TARDIS are referred to in Millennial Rites and
"From Stalagtrons to Heracletes, from Vervoids to Quarks and their
servants, from SeneNet and the Nestenes to the Valeyard" Mentioned in Millennial Rites, Zeitgeist (Craig Hinton's story in Decalog 3), Terror of the
Vervoids, The Killer Wasps, Business Unusual, The Ultimate Foe.
Pg 130 "Techno-organic nanites" It's mentioned in several NAs that
these aid in regeneration and keep companions free of diseases.
"The Cloister Bell began its mournful tocsin" Logopolis.
Pg 144 "The TARDIS isn't a number 22 bus to Putney Common" No, but
TARDIS is (The Scarlet Empress etc)
"An apposite epithet" Time and the Rani.
Pg 148 "Tractoring that neutron star away from Chloris" Creature from
"Trying to take on the Eye of Harmony" The Deadly Assassin.
Pg 150 "He twisted the helmic regulator" From the novelisation of The
Pg 151 "Blown away by the time winds" Warrior's Gate.
Pg 153 "His spurious morality" The Ultimate Foe.
"Time? Pain? Death? Eternity?" These are Eternals, introduced in the
starting in Timewyrm: Revelation.
"The Guardians of Time?" The Key to Time.
"The Eternals? Perhaps I can take part in their games, risk everything
taste of Enlightenment?" Enlightenment.
Pg 154 "A hybrid Gallifreyan-Trakenite body- augmented with the powers
Eye of Harmony, the Source of Traken" Deadly Assassin, Keeper of Traken.
Pg 162 "The deathworms offered a degree of immortality, as did the
planet of the Cheetah people" The Telemovie, Survival.
Pg 163 "The Klypstromic warheads" Uncertain reference.
WarTARDISes first appeared in The Taking of Planet 5 and also The
Banquo Legacy and The Ancestor Cell.
Pg 167 "The Valeyard, Time's champion, the champion's sacrifice" Trial
Time Lord, a running theme of the NAs, the events of Time and the Rani as
through the NAs, where the seventh Doctor sacrificed his sixth body so
Pgs 169-170 "At the top of the list, we have to have the
Matrix" There's a
detailed explanation of the Matrix on these pages.
Pg 170 "The Conscience of Marinus [...] the God of the People [...]
[...] The Emperor Dalek [...] And Logopolis would have been perfect" Keys
Marinus, The Also People and the Benny NAs, Face of Evil, Evil of the
Pg 178 "Seeding the vortex with Earthshock bombs" Earthshock.
Pg 185 "A purple dodecahedron" Possibly a Meglos reference.
"Powered by Metebelis crystals" The Green Death, Planet of the Spiders.
Pg 186 "An aquatic invertebrate from the marine world of Kaesov [...]
marine Owse" This is a reference to a fake Terry Nation script put
Craig Hinton and other NA authors. It strove to reference every Terry
story and thus invented the Kaesov Land Owse and the Kaesov Marine Owse
Keys of Marinus).
Pg 187 "He held out his hand. 'Together then?'" This is a reference to
similar scene in Logopolis, where the Doctor and the Master shake hands to
the destruction of the universe.
"Involving this person does not please me" A paraphrase of Borusa's
The Five Doctors.
Pg 188 "The Star abacus of Beta Pheonii 9" Uncertain reference
"The spectacular ArcHive of the Cyberlords" David Banks' Cybermen book
Pg 191 "Spinning a counterpoint earth into orbit." Mondas, The Tenth
Pg 192 "The strange matter matrix" Time and the Rani.
Pg 193 "A single Time Lord" The Other, or possibly the Hermit.
"The Xeraphin [...] were sent back to Xeraphis" Time-Flight.
"The final visitation" Unclear who this is supposed to be, although it is one of the terrileptil's lines in The Visitation (but that doesn't fit).
"Block-transfer computation" Logopolis.
"An army of metallic drones" Unclear if these are supposed to be
Pg 194 "The Millennium War" Uncertain reference.
"The Daemons used their mastery over matter" The Daemons.
"The Osirans used their vaunted technology" Pyramids of Mars.
"The Euterpians and the Greld" The Euterpians were in Invasion of the
Cat-People. The Greld were in The Empire of Glass.
"Eldrad's Kastrian fleet" The Hand of Fear.
Pg 195 "The Exxilons and the Uxariens" Death to the Daleks, Colony in
"The Sontaran WarBurg and the Rutan Host" Time Warrior etc, Horror of
Rock. Sontaran WarBurgs were mentioned in The
Infinity Doctors, while Rutans were first called the Rutan Host in First Frontier, then Lords of the Storm.
"The Grey Hegemony and the Influence of Light" Falls the Shadow,
possibly Light from Ghost Light.
"The People broke every clause in their nonintervention policy" The
"The Masksmakers of the Pageant, the Faction Paradox and the Ministers
Grace" Uncertain, Alien Bodies etc, Death Comes to Time.
Pg 196 References to the People and the Osirans.
"The Nimon used their black-hole technology" Horns of Nimon.
Pg 197 "A single spinning cube of crystal" The Key to Time.
Pg 202 "Cardinal Sendok's banal curriculum" Mentioned in Divided
"'Liberty Hall,' said the Doctor dismissively." The Brigadier says this
The Three Doctors as well.
Pg 203 "The universe reached the point of heat death about twenty years
[...] An emerald wave that destroyed so much: Metulla Orionsis [...]
isn't green" Logopolis.
Pg 206 "The symbiotic nucleii within his body" The Two Doctors.
"The Doctor couldn't help being reminded of his trip to the dying Earth
the Inferno project" Inferno.
Pg 207 "He was on Gallifrey, following a bronzed coffin" The Hand of
(Remembrance of the Daleks, Lungbarrow)
"A patchwork battlefield [...] facing exile to Earth" The War Games.
"He was on Earth, unconscious in an Essex wood..." Spearhead from
"He was on Gallifrey, accepting the Matrix circlet, the Rod and the
Rassilon" Invasion of Time.
Pg 208 "Ka Faraq Gatri" This means Bringer of Darkness or Destroyer of
in Dalek (Remembrance of the Daleks novelisation).
"Four Enemy fleets around them" The Enemy were first mentioned in Alien
Bodies and finally appeared in The Ancestor Cell, but here they're a
Enemy, namely the Daleks.
Pg 211 "The Doctor was standing right behind Steve, tugging a cuff of
frilled shirt." The third Doctor.
Pg 213 "A Cyberman BattlePhalanx - presumably one that escaped from my
trap in 1989" Possibly Silver Nemesis. That story took place at the end of
so the BattlePhalanx may have escaped shortly afterwards - or in this
reality Silver Nemesis took place a year later.
"She had seen him defeat Daleks, Ice Warriors, Yeti, Quarks" Ice
refer to this reality's version of The Dying Days and the Yeti might be
Pg 214 "Over in Moscow, Aaron was demonstrating the concept of closed
in time" Aaron is Aaron Blinovitch (Day of the Daleks etc).
Pg 218, 219, 222, 223 Some of the Time Lord ships are The Righteous
of Rassilon, The Glorious Aspect of Omega and The Arcane
of the Other and The Blind Visage of the Pythia (Time's
Pg 218 "Six white-and-gold time dreadnoughts, each one a mile
high" These are
quite similar to the Time Lord ships used in Dead
Pg 219 "Patch me through to Castellan Captain Andred" The Invasion of
"Despite the pasting we gave them in the Arcturus sector" The Curse of
Pg 220 "Atttack pattern theta sigma" The Armageddon Factor.
"An intraship time ring" Genesis of the Daleks.
"Every ship was flooded with a soft icaron field to prevent the Enemy
any of their [...] temporal weaponry against them." In Alien Bodies it's
that one of the first casualties of the war will be time travel.
Pg 221 "All TARDISes later than Type 25s carried perfect block-transfer
computations of the prime Eye." Block-transfer computation featured in
Logopolis. This explains why there's an Eye of Harmony in the TARDIS in
The reference to dodecahedra is almost certainly not a reference to
"APC terminals" Amplified Panatropic Computation. The Deadly Assassin.
"A gold usher here" The Gold Usher featured in Gallifrey stories
the Deadly Assassin to Trial of a Time Lord.
Pg 222 "The six statues of the founders of Gallifrey" These statues
in The Infinity Doctors and The Ancestor Cell.
Pg 223 "The Time Lords' greatest allies, the Cyberlords" Cybermen.
"Using the latest sentient TARDISes, Chancellor Morbius had attacked
the Enemy's most strategic strongholds" Sentient TARDISes first appeared
Alien Bodies and then the Compassion arc. Morbius was in the Brain of
"A special task force, run by the CIA" Celestial Intervention Agency,
Pg 224 "Locating the key beneath the heavy gold links of the sash" The
Invasion of Time.
Pg 225 "Article seven of Gallifreyan law, which forbade
genocide, dated back to the Vampire Wars and was countersigned by Rassilon
himself." Article seven is from Trial of a Time Lord, the Vampire Wars
State of Decay. The discussion about committing Genocide ties in to
the Daleks, as the Enemy here are the Daleks. Possibly in this reality
never occurred which is why the Daleks rose to such heights.
"Mortimus of the CIA executive" Mortimus is the Meddling Monk, who
appeared in The Time Meddler and The Dalek Masterplan and was named as
"The enemy had always had access to the basics of time technology,
rudimentary time corridors and travel machines" The Enemy are clearly the
Pg 228 "Our dear friend President Dering" Option Lock.
Pg 229 The Cybermen ally themselves with the Doctor and invade Earth.
Pg 232 "He was holding a stubby black cylinder" The Tissue Compression
"My attractive colleague here is popularly known as the Rani." Mark of
Pg 233 "I'm Drax" The Armageddon Factor.
"Mortimus, otherwise known as the Monk" The Time Meddler etc. Also, all
renegades are members of the Deca from Divided Loyalties.
Pg 244 "He is the Ka Faraq Gatri. He must be exterminated." The Enemy
definitely the Daleks.
Pg 251 "Of course: the Daemons" This ties together the two mentions of
Atlantis in the Pertwee era.
Pg 255 "Skaro, Telos, Gallifrey"
Pg 256 "Only the vaguest trace of Tremas' genetic structure was still
to his Gallifreyan triple helix" The Keeper of Traken.
Pg 260 "Their understanding of block-transfer computation exceeded even
of the Logopolitans, and had been vital in his control of that world and
creation of Castrovalva." Logopolis, Castrovalva.
Pg 264 "He was dressed in a black tailored suit with a neck-high
is how Colin Baker originally wanted the sixth Doctor to be dressed.
Pg 268 "Minyos, the Vampires" Underworld, State of Decay.
"You could have saved me Doctor" Adric, Earthshock
" I trusted you and you killed me" Kamelion, Planet of Fire.
"Katarina, Sara" The Daleks Masterplan.
Pg 278 "A new body - at last." The Keeper of Traken.
Reference to Jamie.
OLD FRIENDS AND OLD ENEMIES
Plus a whole host of cameos in alternate realities, including the
Cybermen, the Rani, Drax, the Meddling Monk.
NEW FRIENDS AND NEW ENEMIES
Plus cameos from The Daleks, The Cybermen, The Time Lords, The
The Daemons, The Osirans, The Greld, you name it.
The Midnight Cathedral on the moon.