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Shada (1)
Episode 21
Doctor Who "Shada (1)"
The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that hes lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact hes accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other peoples bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, hes now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotiss mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since theres a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagras possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.
Added on January 1, 1970
Shada (2)
Episode 22
Doctor Who "Shada (2)"
The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that hes lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact hes accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other peoples bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, hes now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotiss mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since theres a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagras possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.
Added on January 1, 1970
Shada (3)
Episode 23
Doctor Who "Shada (3)"
The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that hes lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact hes accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other peoples bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, hes now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotiss mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since theres a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagras possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.
Added on January 1, 1970
Shada (4)
Episode 24
Doctor Who "Shada (4)"
The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that hes lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact hes accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other peoples bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, hes now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotiss mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since theres a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagras possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.
Added on January 1, 1970
Shada (5)
Episode 25
Doctor Who "Shada (5)"
The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that hes lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact hes accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other peoples bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, hes now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotiss mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since theres a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagras possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.
Added on January 1, 1970
Shada (6)
Episode 26
Doctor Who "Shada (6)"
The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that hes lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact hes accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other peoples bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, hes now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotiss mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since theres a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagras possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.
Added on January 1, 1970