It’s the Great Pumpkin Doctor! RUN!

Keep away from Pumpkinhead,the_great_pumpkin_by_phill_art-d83wx4j
Unless you’re tired of living,
His enemies are mostly dead,
He’s mean and unforgiving,
Laugh at him and you’re undone,
But in some dreadful fashion,
Vengeance, he considers fun,
And plans it with a passion,
Time will not erase or blot,
A plot that he has brewing,
It’s when you think that he’s forgot,
He’ll conjure your undoing,
Bolted doors and windows barred,
Guard dogs prowling in the yard,
Won’t protect you in your bed,
Nothing will, from Pumpkinhead.

The Great Pumpkin is a holiday figure (comparable to Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny) that seems to only be mentioned by Linus van Pelt. Every year, Linus sits in a pumpkin patch on Halloween night waiting for the Great Pumpkin to appear. Invariably, the Great Pumpkin fails to turn up, and a humiliated but undefeated Linus vows to wait for him again the following Halloween.

The Great Pumpkin was first mentioned by Linus in Peanuts in 1959, but the premise was reworked by Schulz many times throughout the run of the strip, and also inspired the 1966 animated television special It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown and had a brief mention in You’re Not Elected, Charlie Brown. The best-known quote regarding Linus and the Great Pumpkin, originally from the comic strip but made famous by the TV special, is: “There are three things I have learned never to discuss with people: religion, politics, and the Great Pumpkin.”


Awareness 4 Coordination 3 Ingenuity 2
Resolve 7 Presence 6 Strength 6

Home Tech Level N/A
Story Pts 8


Alien appearence ( Tall Gaunt humanoid with a grimacing pumpkin for a head )
Code of Conduct : Rules of the Pumpkin Patch
Literally by the book
Repulsive (gaunt pumpkin headed person)
Natural Weaponry (Clawed hands)
Weakness (Major) : can never leave the pumpkin patch that it appears
Weakness (Major) : Only active on halloween night
Weakness (Major) : has Diabeetus from all the candy it had eaten


Subterfuge 6
Survival 4
Fighting 3
Convince 2

The Galactic Council

The Galactic Council is the assembly of numerous leaders of different empires across the universe (including other dimensions like Lumic’s World or the E-Space universe) created to deal with different matters of the universe.

Adventure Ideas based on the Galactic Council 

  1. The citizens of the grand patriarch of the universal yard approaches the Galactic council in order to get damages that were caused by the Doctor (or another time lord) while battling the daleks.
  2. The Doctor (or another time lord) has been summoned by the Galactic council to perform a task of grave importance – take the heart of a great vampire to the lava planet Mustafar and using the eternal flames – fully immerse the heart in the eternal lava bed .

Doctor Who@ Phoenix Comicon Fanfest 2014

Born in Waterloo in London, England, Colin Baker spent his early life in Rochdale and Manchester. He studied to be a solicitor before enrolling in the  London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art to become a stage and television actor.
Baker’s theater career began in 1969. He has appeared in numerous productions including “The Price of Justice,” “Great Expectations,” “Spider’s Web,” “Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune,” “Corpse!,” “She Stoops to Conquer,” “Noises Off,” and “The Woman in White.” In the 1970s, Baker gained prominence playing Paul Merroney in the television series “The Brothers.” He also appeared in “War and Peace,” “The Edwardians,” “A Fall of Eagles,” “The Citadel,” “A Dance to the Music of Time,” and “The Waiting Game.” More recently, Baker has appeared in “Doctors,” “Jonathan Creek,” “Hollyoaks,” “Little Britain,” “Kingdom” and “Hustle.” His film career includes roles in “Dangerous Davies,” “The Airzone Solution,” “The Zero Imperative,” “The Harpist,” “Soul’s Ark” and “The Asylum.”
Baker is best known for playing the Sixth Doctor on “Doctor Who” from 1984–1986, beginning with the episode “The Caves of Androzani” where he regenerated from the Fifth Doctor. While he portrayed the Doctor for three seasons on television, Baker also appeared as the Sixth Doctor in Doctor Who audio plays, the stage production “Doctor Who: The Ultimate Adventure”, and the Children in Need sketch “Dimensions in Time.”
Currently Baker is married to actress Marion Wyatt and lives in Buckinghamshire with their four daughters. They also have a menagerie of animals, including two goats, three cats, three dogs, two horses, thirteen guinea pigs, two degus and a hamster.

English actor Paul McGann was born in Liverpool, Lancashire. He attended Cardinal Allen Grammar

School where a teacher encouraged him to pursue acting and he successfully auditioned for the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

McGann’s career began with television appearances on “Give us a Break” and “The Monocled Mutineer.” In film, McGann was in “Withnail and I,” “The Monk,” “Tree of Hands,” “Empire of the Sun,” “The Three Musketeers” and “Alien 3.” Starting in 1989, McGann shifted focus to his television career. He portrayed roles on the series “Nice Town,” “Nature Boy,” “The One That Got Away” and the second series of “Hornblower.”
In 1996, McGann became the Eighth Doctor for the television film “Doctor Who.” The film was produced by the BBC, Universal Studios and Fox. If successful, McGann would continue as the Eighth Doctor in a television series. The series was not picked up, but he continued to play the Eighth Doctor in a series of audio plays, and his image was used on Doctor Who novels. For the 50th anniversary of “Doctor Who,” McGann was seen regenerating into the War Doctor on the mini-episode “The Night of the Doctor.”
After his work on “Doctor Who,” McGann has continued to work extensively in television, film and audio productions. Some titles he’s appeared in include “Fairy Tale: A True Story,” “Downtime,” “My Kingdom,” “Queen of the Damned,” “Tripping Over,” “True Dare Kiss,” “Luther” and “Waking the Dead.”
Paul married Anne Marie Milner in 1991. They have two sons: Joe and Jake McGann


Manaan is an ocean-covered planet,It is home to the amphibious bipedal species known as the Selkath. While the vast majority of Selkath cities are located underwater and out of reach to outsiders, the Selkath built Ahto City, a giant city floating above water, in order to establish a commercial contact center. Notably, Manaan is the only planet where Kolto, a liquid substance with advanced healing properties, can be found, and this product functions as the primary source of commerce on Manaan. Kolto is similar to Bacta which is harvested on the planet Thyferra. Because of Kolto’s obvious value, Manaan is a target for the ambitions of both the Galactic Federation and the Galaxy Five confederation, whose rivalry is kept at bay in a delicate and forced balance enforced by the Selkath government in Ahto City. Since the underwater harvesting of the invaluable Kolto is an operation reserved exclusively for the amphibious Selkath, their neutral position is strengthened despite the potential use of overwhelming force by the Galaxy Five confederation.
The water planet is most similar to the planets Kamino and Mon Calamari where similar floating cities are constructed to meet the needs of the many thousands of other species incapable of tolerating ocean living. The massive cities are held afloat by massive repulsor arrays and require routine maintenance, functioning as the single most significant source of import trade on Manaan. Many creatures swim around on the sea floor of the planet, and among them, the deadly Firaxan Sharks stalk the depths.

The Brood

The Brood are insectoid aliens who on average are 8′ long. Their weight is variable and the average eyecolor is either yellow or red. There are different appearances and abilities for the different types of Brood. Drones are the lowest type of Brood who mostly take orders from the Queens and Empress. Drones are brown and are usually warriors. The Queens are brown, usually larger and stronger than the drones, and can expel a paralyzing liquid from their mouths. Queens may inject eggs into a host. As the eggs hatch the host becomes a Brood retaining all of the hosts knowledge and abilities. The Brood Empress is also brown and is the most powerful of the Brood. She is massive and is believed to be unable to move from her lair on the Brood’s central nest world. The Empress is able to reproduce asexually by laying eggs. All Brood have a psychic link to the Brood Empress.


Awareness 3           Coordination  5          Ingenuity 3
Presence   4             Resolve     4             Strength 3


Athletics 3
Fighting 3
Knowledge ( Bio engineering) 4
Survival 3
Science 4

Alien Appearance (Major)
Armor (Natural Carapace) (minor) (5pts defense)
Flight (Gauze Wings)
Additional Limbs (6 legs and 2 prehensile tendrils)
Fear Factor (1)
Natural Weapons (minor) Teeth damage is Str +2
Networked – The Brood exist as a Hive mind to the Queen
**SPECIAL** – Infection – The Brood Queen can inject brood eggs into a living host,as the eggs hatch the host undergoes a transformation into a brood warrior.

Story Points 3

Home Tech level 7

New additions to my collection

New additions to my collection

Three Doctors
Ice Warriors
Tenth Planet
Talons of weng chiang
Action Figures
The Master
3.75 Ice Warrior
3.75 Doctor
3.75 Clara
3.75 projected weeping angel
Hide playset  
Emperor Davros from Remembrance of the Daleks  
Cassandra Spiders
10th Doctor Sonic Screwdriver
Tardis Pen