With a random noun generator at our fingertips, and just the right amount of competitive motivation to spur the creative mind, we attempt a game that takes seemingly innocuous objects, and bestows them with supreme Time Lord powers…of some sort. The usefulness of that power is entirely subjective.
Poisoned thorn gripped tightly in hand, and memory failing us ever so slightly, we lunge toward Xoanan in search of missing female character representation.
After three (plus) days of panels, games, music, laughs, drinks, and reconnections with a massive Whovian family, we look at everything that the 30th anniversary of Gallifrey One has given us.
Short and sweet this week, we run down the things we’re looking forward to (and getting involved in) at the upcoming GallifreyOne convention in Los Angeles.
Back to Gallifrey without a companion, we watch the Fourth Doctor deal with his Time Lord kin in ways he couldn’t have anticipated…even if he *is* Prydonian. We all lament the complete lack of a single female actor in the story, but resoundingly appreciate the invaluable additions to a fuller understanding of Time Lord culture. (Or at least bureaucracy.)