Doctor Who Mornington Crescent

I think it is time to begin a game of Doctor Who – Mornington Crescent, a game possible since the late 1960s with the introduction of The Web of Fear to the Doctor Who canon.

As a tribute to the original cross-over artists that made it all possible I think that we should adopt the  Haisman and Lincoln protocol.  This means that after playing Dulkis you deny all responsibility for it – unless your move is created through the medium of a pseudonym.  

Any game will have to be self-policing as I trust you all know the rules, but note merely that for the Doctor Who variation the location should appear in a Doctor Who story – and the objective as ever is to exercise your great intelligence to get to Mornington Crescent.

I’ll begin with the Baker Gambit, although it’s likely to go horribly wrong


About loveandgarbage

I watch the telly and read when not doing law stuff and plugging my decade and a half old unwatched Edinburgh fringe show.
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10 Responses to Doctor Who Mornington Crescent

  1. gominokouhai says:

    I’ll take a straightforward hop to Androzani Minor, and would like to remind players that transmatting is forbidden below the diagonal while there are Wirrn in play. (Wirrrn are of course fair game, but only if a distinction between the two can be made to the satisfaction of a quorum of other players).

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