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Doctors and Daleks: Alien Archive offers a glimpse into the many strange alien species and civilisations that players will encounter during their journeys through time and space, or even as the aliens visit our own planet. Some may prove to be allies, others enemies — or both, depending upon when and where you meet them!

Alien Archive provides dozens of entries, detailing some of the Doctor’s most recognisable adversaries and aliens they have encountered. A literal A-to-Z, from Axos to Zygons, providing not only the full 5e compatible stats for use in your Doctors and Daleks game, but also a look at each species’ motivations and tactics, as well as how to incorporate them into your adventures, and how to thwart their plans should they wish us harm.

Doctors and Daleks: Alien Archive includes:

  • Over 60 monsters and aliens fully compatible with Doctors and Daleks, and other 5e games. 
  • A TARDIS full of Gamemaster resources for all of the weird and wonderful aliens the Doctor has encountered, including: 
    • Background on the Species’ place in history. 
    • The common motives and agendas of the aliens to aid in creating and running your own adventures featuring them. 
    • Guidance on what it's like for a time traveller to might such bizarre creatures. 
    • A host of adventure hooks to inspire your adventures across space and time. 
    • Expanded weaknesses for creatures to defeat them non-violently. 
  • More gadgets for aliens to use and players to turn against them! 
  • Multiple variations for the Doctor’s most iconic enemies, from Dalek Drones to Davros and every mark imaginable of Cyberman. 

BBC and DOCTOR WHO, TARDIS, DALEK, CYBERMAN and K-9 (word marks and logos) are trade marks of the British Broadcasting Corporation and are used under licence. BBC logo © BBC 1996. DOCTOR WHO logo © BBC 1973. Dalek image © BBC/Terry Nation 1963. Cyberman image © BBC/Kit Pedler/Gerry Davis 1966. K-9 image © BBC/Bob Baker/Dave Martin 1977.

Licensed by BBC Studios.


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Jessie S November 29, 2023 2:22 am UTC
I have a question before buying. Do you need any other books to use this one? Like if I bought this could I just plop the monsters in it into my dnd 5e setting with no difficulty? Thanks in advance.
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Cubicle 7 E November 29, 2023 9:21 am UTC
Hi Jessie, the book is 5e compatible so you'll recognise the format and structure of how the various entries are presented. However, there are some specific changes in the Doctor & Daleks Players Guide that explain the way we've adapted the rules to suit the genre of storytelling that Dr Who excels at. I would recommend you buy that as well to see what the intent is, and it'll help you decide how to adapt the rules for your own game. Hope this helps!
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David S May 12, 2023 7:01 pm UTC
When you're talking about a franchise whose two biggest threats over the course of 60 years start with the letters "Cy" and "D", it's disappointing to find out that the bookmarks in the PDF seem to end at "Cl"
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Cubicle 7 E May 15, 2023 9:15 am UTC
Hi David, we'll get on that and sort it out. Sorry it got missed, and thank you for spotting it.
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