|Where Angels Fear To Trek|
|Companions:||Travis Killian, Amelia Earhart|
|Main Enemy:||Weeping Angels|
|Main Setting:||UBD Patriarch, 2533|
|Release Dates:||2019-03-27 - 2019-04-10|
|Total Running Time:||153 minutes|
|Previous Story:||The Edge of Discovery|
Where Angels Fear To Trek is the title given to parts two and three of the second serial in the first season of The Game of Rassilon.
The TARDIS is pulled aboard the starship Patriarch; the Doctor, Millie and Travis find themselves in orbit above the planet Epsilon IX. But something dangerous lurks on the planet below…
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- The Doctor - Riley Silverman
- Travis - Dan Peck
- Millie - Melinda-Catherine Gross
- Engineer, Ensign Xander, unknown observer - Michael Nixon
- Game Master, all other characters - Ben Paddon
- Editing and Sound Design - David King
- Theme music arrangement - Drew Krassowski
- Additional music - Luke Baldridge
- Additional library music - Kevin MacLeod
- Story - Michael Nixon, Ben Paddon
- Producers - Melinda-Catherine Gross, Michael Nixon, Ben Paddon
- Michelle Digman
- Captain Dorothy Ellison
- Engineer Galen
- Lt. Matheson
- Commander Peeples
- Dr. Trimble
- Weeping Angels
- Ensign Xander
- Ensign Zebrowski
- Patriarch Computer
- This story is set in the year 2533, 7 years after the end of one of the Cyber-Wars.
- This story follows on directly from the end of The Edge of Discovery, with the TARDIS being pulled into the Patriarch's tractor beam.
- Laser glass, a piece of technology first seen in The Cost of Progress, is in use on the Patriarch.
- During play, Melinda-Catherine Gross realizes that Millie has left her aviation jacket back at the museum. (The Cost of Progress)
- The doors are described as "shuck-shucking" open, similar to Nardole's preferred door sound as mentioned in the Twelfth Doctor episodes "Oxygen" and "The Lie of the Land".
- The Patriarch's Chief Engineer, Galen, is secretly a Zygon. Zygons have lived on Earth since the early 21st century (The Day of the Doctor, The Zygon Invasion, The Zygon Inversion)
- The unknown observer from the end of The Cost of Progress reappears, this time disguised as a Patriarch crewman. His TARDIS was seemingly disguised as a cargo container.
- Recorded back-to-back with The Edge of Discovery.
- This is the first episode with a cold open prior to the opening theme.
- Much of this episode seems to take inspiration from Star Trek.
- Two pieces of library music from Kevin MacLeod - “Space X-plorers” and “Controlled Chaos” - are used in this serial.
- Recorded at Geeky Teas & Games in Burbank, California.