- Page 1: 0.0 INTRODUCTION
- Page 2: 1.0 DOCTOR WHO RESOURCES
- Page 3: 2.0 CARD DISTRIBUTION AND RARITY
- Page 4: 3.0 GENERAL RULES
- Page 5: 4.0 SPECIFIC CARD
- Page 6: 5.0 STRATEGY
- Page 7: 6.0 CRITICISMS
- Page 8: 7.0 THANKS
1.0 DOCTOR WHO RESOURCES
The BBC television programme Doctor Who, which holds the record for the longest-running SF serial (1963-1989), concerned the intergalactic adventures of a renegade Time Lord known only as The Doctor. Together with his companions, The Doctor travelled time and space in the TARDIS, an acronym for Time and Relative Dimensions in Space. Though an alien from the planet Gallifrey, The Doctor was visibly human, possessing two special traits: dual hearts and the ability to regenerate to avoid death. After regeneration The Doctor would have a new appearance and altered personality.
Doctor Who has spawned numerous novelisations, record albums, radio programmes, reference books, toys, and other novelties. More recently trading cards and a collectable card game (the subject of this FAQ) have been released.
There are many on-line resources for Doctor Who fans which provide episode listings, timelines, interviews with actors, graphics, and much more. A good place to start your search is The Zero Room: http://www.nic.com/~dzien/drwho/
Siobahn (Shabang) Morgan maintains the general FAQ (not this one) and has her own page: http://nitro9.earth.uni.edu/doctor/homepage.html/
Chuck Foster’s Doctor Who web site also has lots of other SF info: http://www.pipex.net/people/chuck/sf/drwho/
The Doctor Who FTP Archives may be found at: ftp://frontios.niagara.edu/pub/Doctor_Who/ ftp://tardis.soc.staffs.ac.uk/pub/dr_who
Those interested in the card game should subscribe to the Doctor Who CCG mailing list by sending e-mail to: email@example.com
With a message body of: subscribe whoccg-l name@machine
Where name@machine is your e-mail address.
Once subscribed, you should send messages to the list at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org