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Rate "The Face Of Evil"

Post by Patrick on Tue Apr 08, 2014 7:33 am

The TARDIS arrives on a planet with two completely divided and warring populations: the barbaric Sevateem, and the brilliant Tesh. The Doctor himself is regarded as some sort of demon by the Sevateem, and much to his consternation, he discovered that a giant carving of the "Evil One" in the side of a mountain is, indeed, his own face. It takes the help of a rather shapely Sevateem warrior named Leela for the Doctor to discover that the schism between these two societies is down to the Sevateem's god: Xoanon. And Xoanon is really a schizophrenic computer, whose malfunction is down to something the Doctor himself did on a previous visit.

So, what did you think of the story that showed us some of the consequences of the Doctor's involvement are not always happy ones? The makings of an institution? Or should it just be institutionalized? Let's be hearing from you!

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Re: Rate "The Face Of Evil"

Post by Patrick on Fri Apr 11, 2014 11:44 am

I gave this story a 4. I like the idea that there are consequences to the Doctor's time travelling, and seeing the fallout presented to us in pieces over the story was a great way to construct the tale.

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