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218. Order of the Daleks

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 7/1/18 5:53 am
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The Sixth Doctor and Constance land on Sterlin, a planet that isn't supposed to have any technology and run into a galactic census assessor and his assistant as they're looking into a mysterious signal. Together they arrive at a monastery where all is not as it should.

Overall, this is a solid Dalek story. It takes a while to get going, but it manages to tell a solid story with several twists on the old Dalek story formula. The story has a strong ending and is very entertaining except for an overly long first episode.
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Reviewed By: JMChurch25Review Date: 5/26/17 9:28 pm
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Three words: stained glass Daleks. That unique concept alone sold me on this story but 'Order' is also an amazingly fun if a little bit standard Dalek story. With Six and his audio-only companion Constance investigating a mysterious Brotherhood known simply as 'The Brotherhood of the Black Petal' with a link to the Daleks who are at their weakest and yet most dangerous, it gives us a unique medieval and yet science-fictiony setting along with some nasty ideas and tricks to give the Daleks a particularly gruesome edge to them. With good performances by both Colin Baker and Miranda Raison to help us along the way and enough ideas to keep you interested over the course of its 4 episodes, it may not stand out too much overall but its few unique ideas and strong characters give this one a little bit of an extra edge over other Dalek stories especially for the Sixth Doctor.