Cubicle 7’s Doctor Who Roleplaying Game brings two new Diamond Anniversary source books with all you need to craft your own multi-Doctor adventure

Doctor Who: Sixty Years of Adventure celebrates the world’s longest-running science fiction television show, with a joyous time travelling extravaganza. Join us for the highlights of the world’s most beloved Time Lord’s amazing adventures across both the classic and modern eras. Encounter terrifying Daleks, Cybermen, and countless other unforgettable enemies. Experience the wonders of travelling in the TARDIS!

Hundreds of episodes and stories. Thousands of years of travels through time and space. From the dawn of time and the birth of our planet, to the end of the universe as the last star fades.


Doctor Who: 60 Years of Adventure (c) Cubicle 7 Roleplaying Game
Doctor Who: 60 Years of Adventure (c) Cubicle 7

Book One takes us back to the scrapyard where it all began, then onwards into all of time and space. Meet the Doctor, explore the TARDIS, and set off on limitless adventures. It brings the classic Doctors, and their most iconic companions and adversaries to life in your games of Doctor Who The Roleplaying Game. Meanwhile, Book Two focuses on the Doctors, heroes and villains introduced since the 2005 revival. It takes us to the shattering end of the Time War. Meet the battle-weary War Doctor, then travel on to distant planets and discover hidden secrets of the Time Lord’s past. But both celebrate sixty years of adventure at your finger tips – a treasure trove of adventures, aliens, creatures, gadgets, plots, conspiracies, and plenty of running!

The books also each contain installments in an epic new series of adventures connecting every era – A Lustre of Starlight. It’s a must-have for fans, gamers, and Whovians of all ages!

You can pre-order Doctor Who: Sixty Years of Adventure now, with physical copies arriving between now and the New Year.


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