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Reviewed By: BrainofMorbius23Review Date: 7/15/19 12:38 am
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Keys of marinus was a fun affair to me, I understand it has a number of issues and a very simple sort of quest plot... however I thoroughly enjoyed it and watching it over a course of a few sittings is the way to go it seems as the regulars search for the keys in various locations which offer different threats and challenges to them.
The effects Peter in and out of quality and I suppose some of the acting as well.
It is clear Terry Nations conception was very hard to perceive with the budgetary restraints on.
I was sad that the voord didn’t have some reveal like a scary face beneath their ahem wetsuit ??? But ah well
We did get brains at least !!
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Reviewed By: BrainofMorbius23Review Date: 7/12/19 7:26 am
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Employee of the month! This set may just be that!
The masters plan comes to fruition (sort of almost kind of) as we meet an organisation of his , captors of these special subjects that are for the masters agenda.
It all is quite great fun but suddenly we get a shake up (the cover gives it away but still) as the doctor arrives to help the tragic Alice. I’m enjoying Alice and she almost seems like potential for a companion as there’s some chemistry there. Jacobi is getting more of his sadistic and dangerous side looked at again in this part and Paul McGann is lovely and just the right balance of witty and serious in this one.
It is all of course a trap to capture the doctor as the doctor *spoiler* is the masters finale subject...

If a little predictable, this was a excellent chapter to this set and it’s left me tremendously excited for the finale.
Spiffing stuff !
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Reviewed By: BrainofMorbius23Review Date: 7/8/19 1:46 pm
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At this point it’s almost as if the master is forming his own suicide squad!
Good entry though weaker than premise perhaps due to change of setting and less master. But it’s still quite good and the acting is mostly descent.
Looking forwards to seeing how this fits in with the overall set!

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Reviewed By: BrainofMorbius23Review Date: 7/7/19 10:16 am
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So yet another set of Jacobi’s brilliantly devilish master has arrived. Rage of the timelords sets off with the war master serving as a priest in a village during the Second World War.
We meet a mostly female caste in this one as many of the men are off to battle and the ladies do their parts. But our main focus is on a off young lady Alice who has struck the master as a particular interest.
We see her life and her service but she has a underlying anger issue which the priest master ceases as a means to break her. She is not as she seems and the master wishes to show her just that. The cast is great in this and Alice who so far seems to be the sets companion (ish) character is particularly brill.
I’m left very curious why time lords have placed the master here or is this entirely his agenda ? Either way if it is the timelords he’s sure to bend the rules. Poor chickens ... well this was a good start and leaves me feeling just slightly more confident than last set which was great but pretty weak contrasting to the first set. Let’s see what the next part holds.

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