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1.3 - Leviathan

No one lives to old age in the village. When their Time is come, they are taken and never seen again. That is The Way. And, should anyone try to break with the established order of things, then the fury of Herne the Hunter is unleashed...

When the TARDIS materializes near a castle in this mediaeval society, the Doctor and Peri befriend Gurth, a terrified youth who is attempting to flee his fate. And Herne is closing in...

Why does the local baron impose the culling? What is the secret of Zeron? And who are the Sentinels of the New Dawn?

The answers lie within a cave...
Colin Baker (The Doctor), Nicola Bryant (Peri), Howard Gossington (Gurth), John Banks (Herne the Hunter), Beth Chalmers (Althya), Jamie Parker (Wulfric), Derek Carlyle (Siward)
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Directed By
Ken Bentley


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Review By melfan101
Rated 10/10 on 8/18/10 5:33 pm
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
A very well-written story that even put me in the mind-set of the regular monthly stories at times. However, there were so many plot strands running through the second episode that it did at times become slightly convoluted. However, that doesn't take away from a very interesting story, with a killer cliffhanger...
Review By rcalmy
Rated 10/10 on 8/18/10 5:33 pm
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Timey-Wimey Factor: The Timey-Wimey factor is a rating on a 5 point scale as to how important Time or Time Travel is to the story. This rating is independent of a story’s quality; a Timey-Wimey factor of 1 is not intrinsically better or worse than one of 5. Warning: explanations of a rating, and indeed the rating itself may be mildly spoilery.

4. Integral: Although there's no time travel or manipulation in the story, important mysteries and revelations in the story would not work if the main characters were not time travellers.
Review By Gcookscotland
Rated 7/10 on 7/15/13 1:20 pm
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
The Doctor and Peri come up against a skull faced figure. Pretty Good!
Reviewer Says: No previous stories required.