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Doctors and Daleks Player’s Guide Reviewed

Game Name: Doctors and Daleks Player’s Guide

Publisher: Cubicle 7 Games

Authors: Walt Ciechanowski, Zak Dale-Clutterbuck, Will Brooks, David F Chapman, Eleanor Hingley, Andrew Peregrine, John Sewell, and Chris Spivey

Artists: Will Brooks, Tom Hutchings, and Paul Bourne

Year: 2022

Genre: Corebook for Doctor Who roleplaying utilizing the 5e mechanics

Pages: 356 pages

MSRP: Hardcover (with PDF) $59.99 or $29.99 for just the PDF at DriveThruRPG

To celebrate a new season of Doctor Who, as well as a new Doctor, I kick back with my review of the Doctors and Daleks Player’s Guide from Cubicle 7 Games. Even though it’s a player’s guide, the volume contains all you need to play. The big selling point of this release is it brings all the goodness of Doctor Who: The Roleplaying Game to your table, while utilizing the 5e D&D rules set.

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    Doctors and Daleks Player’s Guide Reviewed

    The big selling point of Doctor and Daleks is to introduce Doctor Who roleplaying to GMs and players who are familiar with the 5e mechanics. All that made Doctor Who: The Roleplaying Game 2E such a great title is present here except for the changes made with the mechanics driving the game. Honestly though, I don't think the 5e D&D rule set is the most intuitive or smooth flowing around; if I were going to be running Doctor Who adventures I'd personally go with Doctor Who: The RPG as opposed to Doctors and Daleks simply because of the rules powering the former.
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