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Now that the TARDIS is back to normal size and the dimensions are leaving each other alone again, time for a trip into the origins of all fairy stories:
Danny thinks Clara has finished traveling in time, and the Doctor thinks Danny doesn’t mind Clara staying on. All will be well, providing the Doctor can return her to the exact space and moment she left from, every time.
In a dining car on a train in space, the lights flicker, and an old lady spots a man dressed as a mummy.
Back from their experiences at the bank, it’s time for Clara and the Doctor to get back to a life of domestic bliss. Should be fairly straightforward, right?
It begins, just as the whole story once did, with a swoosh of saturated camera feedback and a policeman walking past the sign for a scrap merchant yard in Shoreditch. Then we’re in Coal Hill secondary school, where 50 years ago the ...
Assuming you’re up to speed from last time, let’s rejoin events at the battle of Camlann.
Oh lumme, here we go…
The powerful druid Ari has arrived in Morgana’s throne room. She asks to see a demonstration of his powers, to see if he’s as good as people say.
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We begin, as we often do, in a forest. Arthur and his men are returning from a trip, and Merlin has a cold. However, something is wrong. There’s smoke, evidence of fighting, and dead bodies.
NOTE: Doctor Who fans, we’re giving you a weekly chance to win a set of Eleventh Doctor novels containing Tommy Donbavand’s Shroud of Sorrow, Nicholas Briggs’ The Dalek Generation, and Justin Richards’ Plague of the ...