Two of the Doctor's most ancient and relentless foes – the hateful Daleks and emotionless Cybermen – clash as they seek to to fulfil their own nefarious ends in this fast-paced tabletop miniatures game
10th Doctor and Companions Set
Coupling a boyish charm with an, at times, ruthlessly uncompromising darker side, the Tenth Doctor was ably assisted by companions such as Rose Tyler, Martha Jones, Donna Noble and Wilfred Mott. Facing and confounding Daleks, Weeping Angels, Cybermen amongst a legion of other malevolent adversaries, the Tenth Doctor prevails with a cheeky smile, improvised plan and great hair. Really great hair...
12th Doctor and Companions Set
Taking the facial features of a man he had saved in his tenth form as a reminder that the Doctor saves people, the Twelfth Doctor has struggled to come to terms with his inner demons since regeneration. Outwardly brusque, the Twelfth Doctor is rarely seen without Clara Oswald at his side, keeping him in check. The pair are sometimes aided by the Paternoster gang comprising of Madame Vastra, Jenny Flint and Strax.
Boxed set containing 10 metal miniatures
Doctor Who - Zygons
Able to metamorphose into replicas of other living organisms and fire electrical charges from their hands that can stun or disintegrate those it touches, the Zygons were stranded on Earth centuries ago. The Zygons have a mission to take Earth as their new home after Zygor, their homeworld, was destroyed in The Time War.
Doctor Who - Judoon
Single-minded in their pursuit of the law, these black armoured Rhinoceroid bipeds serve as a mercenary intergalactic police force affiliated to the Shadow Proclamation.
Known by the Doctor as Silents, these genetically engineered 7 foot tall mouthless creatures are confessional priests of the Church of the Silence. Anyone looking at a Silent will immediately forget them the moment they looked away, meaning sinners could make their confessions without remembering they had done so afterwards.
Doctor Who - Tetraps
The Tetraps are best described as humanoid amalgamations of bat and boar with four eyes, a forked tongue, furry bodies and a penchant for blood plasma. Unique, bizarre and impressive, are perhaps the right combination of words to describe them.
Dr Who - Clockwork Droids
Serving aboard SS Madame de Pompadour, the Clockwork Droids had harvested the crew's body parts to repair their damaged spaceship. Only now needing to repair the broken command circuit they stalked the original madame Pompadour to 18th-century France, believing her brain was the missing part they needed.
Hailing from the outer fringes of the Mutter’s Spiral, Ogrons are tall, ape-like humanoids of limited intelligence. Due to their great strength and mindless obedience, they are typically used by other species as mercenaries.
Gathering in swarms many thousands strong, the Vashta Nerada are microscopic beings living mostly in the dark and appearing in the light as a shadow cast by nothing.
Abzorbaloff & Victor Kennedy
In the episode Love & Monsters, the mysterious Victor Kennedy gatecrashed a meeting of LINDA (London Investigation ‘N’ Detective Agency), encouraging them to focus on their goal of gathering information on the sightings of the Doctor.