Four brand new Doctor Who have joined Warlord Games Into the Time Vortex range.
The Ogrons, The Woman Who Lived, Slitheen and Abzorbaloff & Victor Kennedy are all now available to buy from the online store priced between £7.99 and £11.99. Each model measures approximately 38mm and comes unassembled and unpainted.
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.
The most common employer of Ogrons were the Daleks. In Day of the Daleks, they used Ogrons to control the human population after their 22nd-century invasion of Earth.
The Daleks also allowed the renegade Time Lord, the Master, to employ the Ogrons when he tried to provoke war between 26th-century Earth and the Draconian Empire in Frontier in Space. This would have made the Daleks the conquerors of the galaxy, but for the intervention of the Third Doctor.
The Woman Who Lived
An ordinary Viking girl killed after a battle with the alien Mire, Ashildr was resurrected by the Doctor using a Mire repair kit which was able to fix her physiology.
Now with a potentially infinite lifespan, she chose aliases such as Lady Sherade, Ash, El Dir, Alys and the Knightmare, having forgotten her original identity over the centuries.
The last remaining immortal in the universe, preserved inside a reality bubble in the ruins of the Cloisters on Gallifrey, she had lost everyone she knew and loved. As she awaited her final meeting with the Doctor, she sat back, watching the stars die.
A family of criminal Raxacoricofallapatorians, the Slitheen are large, calcium-based humanoids with powerful clawed arms.
Scavenging the galaxy to steal technology, they hunted their prey using scent, identifying their victims species and location in the process. When in danger, the females of the species could produce poison released through their breath, or through a dart-like claw.
Using their advanced, usually stolen, technology, the Slitheen could create compression fields. This meant they were able to disguise themselves as other humanoids, using their skins as suits, controlled by a compression-field collar worn around their neck.
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.
In reality, Victor Kennedy was an alien being in disguise. Hailing from Clom – the sister planet of the Slitheen’s own Raxacoricofallapatorius – the Abzorbaloff was capable of absorbing memories, consciousness and the physical bodies of victims by the merest touch.
As their new taskmaster exerted his influence, members of LINDA began to disappear one-by-one.