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Doctor Who: The Roleplaying Game 2E – Sixty Years of Adventure Reviewed

Title: Doctor Who – The Roleplaying Game 2E Sixty Years of Adventure Book One and Book Two

Publisher: Cubicle 7 Games

Authors: Will Brooks, Walt Ciechanowski, David F Chapman, Alister Davison, Darren Pearce, Morgan Davie, Daniel ‘Drakoniques’ Oleh, Hannah-Lital Goldfinch, Eleanor Hingley, Andrew Kenrick, Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan, Graham Walmsley, Darren Watts, Andrew Peregrine, John Sewell, Alasdair Stuart, Graham Tugwell, and Rob D Webster

Graphics: Will Brooks, Diana Grigorescu, and James King

Year: 2023

Genre: Two volume set celebrating sixty years of the Doctor Who television series brought to the gaming table

Pages: 128 pages each

MSRP: $39.99 each in hardcover (with PDF) or $19.99 each in PDF at DriveThruRPG

I tackle both volumes of Doctor Who: The Roleplaying Game 2E Sixty Years of Adventure from Cubicle 7 Games. The books feature a retrospective of the various Doctors in the series, a look at their eras, story themes for each Doctor, plus stat blocks for each incarnation and many of their companions. Each entry also includes a short three act adventure which aims to capture the “feel” of that Doctor and their line up of stories.

Stay tuned as I’ll reveal how you can get into the running to become one of two lucky viewers to take home copies of both books in PDF.

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    Doctor Who: The Roleplaying Game 2E – Sixty Years of Adventure Reviewed

    Granted, I still think the individual Doctor sourcebooks are fantastic but these two 60th anniversary volumes are a nice introduction of the variety of Doctors gamers might not be overly familiar with, allowing them to create adventures during those eras. Sadly, since the books clock in at 128 pages each, the incarnations don't receive a huge amount of pages and many companions are left out from receiving stat blocks. I certainly recommend these releases but also recommend you keep your eyes peeled for the Doctor Who Humble Bundles we've come to know and love to score those individual sourcebooks!
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