"Something invading my mind like a death knell...
But why now?
The revisitation of Rayden's
narcotic curse upon me has not only been
unexpected, but totally illogical.
My mind is
swimming... or drowning, I cannot accept that a
cannister of Sargol, shattered over me months ago
on Calfodoria, has suddenly had its insidious powers
Unless... some element of my
natural defences has been removed or distracted.
Did I really cause the destruction of Majus 17?
The question of the origin and purpose of the
apparently malevolent time-space force hounds me.
This phenomenon has, inexplicably, entered the
TARDIS twice: once to abduct Truman and then to
take Ria, Truman returned in time to witness Ria's
abduction, but has no recollection of his own
experiences since leaving the TARDIS.
place from Sargol's effects, a hastily built
Zero Room, collapsed, leaving me a short time to
effect a nerual and biological link with the TARDIS.
I cannot tell if the dream I have
experienced was a massive hallucination caused by Sargol,
or a warning from the psychic core of the TARDIS.
It seems that the Ship itself absorbed and
suffered the effects of the drug.
produced an almost delirious voice, warning me of
some evil presence.
I am left with the screams of the
dying in my head and a desert planet before me
on which I must attempt to find Ria..."
|Additional Voices||David Sax
Produced and Directed by
Illustration by George Read
Art Editor: Paul Lunn
Screams of the dying
Search for Ria