Project Destiny

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The correct title of this article is Project: Destiny. The substitution or omission of the colon is because of technical restrictions.
Project: Destiny
Big Finish Productions audio drama
Series Doctor Who
Release no. 139
Featuring Seventh Doctor
Ace
Hex
Written by Cavan Scott and Mark Wright
Directed by Ken Bentley
Production code 7W/M
Release date September 2010

Project: Destiny is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It is a sequel to Project: Twilight and Project: Lazarus.

Plot[edit]

1969 Hex is brought home after being shot, but the kogler in the rest of London have been evacuated due to a disfiguring alien contagion.

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Continuity[edit]

  • Nimrod and the Forge were introduced in the Sixth Doctor story Project: Twilight. Their story continues with both the Sixth and Seventh Doctors in Project: Lazarus, although the latter story takes place much later from the Seventh Doctor's perspective.
  • Cassie, another character introduced in Twilight, was Hex's mother. She was murdered by Nimrod in Lazarus.
  • The events of Destiny occur over a decade after Lazarus, but in the Seventh Doctor's personal time line, Lazarus hasn't happened yet.
  • St Gart's was where Hex worked as a nurse, and where he first met the Doctor and Ace, in The Harvest.
  • The TARDIS was rendered white during the previous story, The Angel of Scutari.
  • Also at the end of that story, Hex was shot. Although he recovers early on in Project: Destiny, the wound haunts him again in Gods and Monsters.
  • The events of this audio directly continue to the next, A Death in the Family.
  • Captain Aristedes returns in the Companion Chronicles story Project: Nirvana and meets Ace and Hex again in Black and White.

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