Timeline: 1893



  • January 17. The United States overthrows the Kingdom of Hawai'i's Queen Lili'uokalani, and establishes a puppet provisional government.1
  • A series of red-hued corpses leads Vastra (61), Jenny Flint (28), and Strax (14) to Sweetville in northern England. They help rescue the Doctor ("eleventh" incarnation) and Clara Oswald (26/2013), and stop an attempt by the eugenics-minded Winifred Gillyflower from wiping out humanity with her red poison.2
  • Henry Gordon Jago and George Litefoot investigate a woman's disappearance, and uncover a troll-like being's manipulations of a little girl and a magical book. The creature is defeated and sent away.3

Leela's investigations lead to the New Regency Theatre, and she, Jago, and Litefoot encounter a temporal schism which links it to 2011. A scientist from that era, a wheelchair-bound young woman, becomes possessed by the vengeful spirit of the theatre, with the psionic residue and temporal fracturing having activated a consciousness. Jago's love for the Theatre allows it to regain its senses, and it and its host pass away from reality.
A tribe of monkeys abducts the human Mowgli (7). Their leader, the foreign orangutan King Louie (15), attempts to learn secrets of fire from him, but Mowgli is unfamiliar with it. He is shortly rescued by his friends Baloo, Bagheera (8), and Kaa (14).
Henry Gordon Jago, George Litefoot, and Leela face the misguided future man Payne, and stop him from helping his alien allies from causing a temporal collapse. After, Leela is unable to return home, and the mysterious Professor Claudius Dark (the sixth incarnation of the Time Lord Doctor) approaches Jago and Litefoot.
May. After leaving "Professor Claudius Dark", Henry Gordon Jago and George Litefoot return home. After facing a sand creature, Leela soon joins them on a trip to Brighton, where Jago meets theatrical performer Abigail Woburn. Falling in love with her, he nearly abandons Litefoot and Leela when Litefoot's body becomes host to a girl's ghost, with his own soul trapped in a mirror. Jago and Leela save Litefoot by shattering mirrors. Abigail disappears, and is punished by her creators, the mysterious Mr. Kempston and Mr. Hardwick.
Henry Gordon Jago, Leela, and Ellie Higson see Oscar Wilde's new play, and they collide with an investigation conducted by Professor George Litefoot and Sergeant Percival Quick into the deaths of young men. The young men had been gay and were blackmailed by the evil Warren Gadd, who is obsessed with beauty and had created an infinite library, who attempts to do the same to Oscar Wilde. Jago, Litefoot, Leela, and Wilde defeat Gadd and his Dorian Gray-like scheme.
Claudius Dark runs into Henry Gordon Jago, George Litefoot, and Leela, and Jago and Litefoot escape the evil Kempston and Hardwick by going into the London Underground. Jago and Litefoot are caught in a temporal fracture, and encounter the dead and then not dead Winnie O'Connor. Leela and Ellie Higson meet the same Winnie O'Connor. The two parties collide at a station, with Winnie declaring herself free of her manipulator, Mr. Kempston. Helped by Professor Claudius Dark, he reveals to Jago and Litefoot that he is the Doctor!
Learning of the Doctor's precarious situation, Henry Gordon Jago and George Litefoot agree to help him. Jago and Ellie Higson masquerade as the Doctor and Leela to pull Mr. Kempston and Mr. Hardwick off the trail, while Litefoot, Leela, and the Doctor investigate. The final confrontation between them takes place below the Thames. Abigail returns to try and convince Jago to leave the monsters alone, but he rejects her as not real, but she sacrifices her life to save him. The River Thames floods the underground cavern, with the Doctor and his allies escaping in the TARDIS, and the sand-based Temperons getting diluted to death. In the aftermath, Leela is able to finally return to Gallifrey, while the Doctor invites Jago and Litefoot join him on the TARDIS. They accept.
Henry Gordon Jago and George Litefoot return to their own time, where they are recruited by the mysterious General to supposedly serve as agents for Queen Victoria. They travel to the coast, where they face a mad businesswoman and her attempts to cover up acts which resulted in the death of an entire town. The businesswoman dies when frightened by skeletal "ghosts" of the townsfolk, which are actually the holographic recordings of bio-readings of the town by a sapient alien security system that had captured the event.
July 12. The boy Mowgli (7) manipulates events to set off a buffalo stampede, killing the tiger Shere Khan (8). He skins the tiger, taking the skin to his wolf tribe.

  • August 13-26. the android Data arrives in this era to help save Earth from time-traveling Devidians, who are feasting on San Francisco residents. After briefly meeting a young Jack London, Data teams up with famous writer Samuel Clemens and the young Guinan of this era, who is visiting Earth. Data is soon joined by several Enterprise-D crewmates (Jean-Luc Picard, Will Riker, Geordi La Forge, Beverly Crusher, and Deanna Troi), and Guinan meets Picard for the first time. Clemens briefly travels to the future year of 2368. The time-travelers eventually return to the future, successful in stopping the Devidians, but they leave Data’s head behind, the original catalyst for the adventure.4
  • After the murder of Marshal Brisco County, his son bounty hunter Brisco County Jr. sets out to avenge his father.

After Henry Gordon Jago begins seeing a visiting Dr. Sigmund Freud professionally, he begins having dreams about baboons and his past. Eventually, Jago, George Litefoot, and Freud return to Jago's childhood stomping grounds, and discover an alien presence has created the baboon from Litefoot's mind! The entity, taking the form of Litefoot's mother, becomes a performer in Jago's show, and the others' memories are hazed.
Fitz Kreiner (Kode) leaves the TARDIS and the Doctor (eighth incarnation) and Anji Kapoor (2001) to go on an expedition into Siberia.

  • November 5. H.G. Wells hosts a dinner party to show off his time machine. His friends, including John Stevenson, are unimpressed. The party is interrupted by the arrival of police from Scotland Yard, who are hunting an apparent reappearance of Jack the Ripper. The police link the crimes to Stevenson, who has vanished. H.G. realizes that Stevenson has stolen his time machine. When it returns, Wells uses it to pursue Stevenson into the future. Sometime later, H.G. returns with his new beloved, Amy Robbins, who joined him from 1979.5


Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License