The Secret in Vault 13
The Doctor has never faced a challenge quite like this…
In the coldest spot in the universe is the Galactic Seed Vault. For generations it has existed to store and preserve examples of plant seeds from across the galaxy, ensuring that in the event of planetary catastrophe, the seeds will survive.
And at its heart lies a secret. Vault 13.
Unopened for millions of years, no one is sure what it contains. There are rumours of a great treasure, and a terrible weapon.
Now the Doctor and her companions are in a race with an ancient order known as the Gardeners of Tellus to unlock the vault. Whoever gains access first will discover the horrifying secret of the Genesis Seed.
Lily of the Valley
Space Lord Draal
The Thirteenth Doctor has two hearts.
The Fleet conquered 10,000 star systems.
The Doctor previously defeated Sontarans, Cybermen and the Daleks of Skaro.
Bernard pursues the Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz through the Forest of Desolation, across the Burning Grounds and into the Valley of Agonies. It was sent from the Citadel.
Bugbeasts live on Zeta Draconis.
The Thirteenth Doctor explains that The TARDIS is supposed to blend in with the environment using the chameleon circuit, but it got stuck in a form of a police box circa 1963. (An Unearthly Child)
Graham O’Brien was most keen to leave Earth and travel with the Doctor. (Arachnids in the UK)
Graham would not want to run into Ravenous monsters. Incidentally, Ravenous are especially feared by Time Lords. (Seizure)
The Doctor recalls how she and Sarah Jane Smith had problems with Krynoids. (The Seeds of Doom)
Graham finds a tourist prospect for the Leisure Hive on Argolis, but the Doctor has already been there and had issues with the tachyon generator. (The Leisure Hive)
Yasmin Khan never met Graham until their encounter with Arachnids in the UK (The Woman Who Fell to Earth)
The Doctor recalls her encounters with Yeti robots. (The Abominable Snowmen, The Web of Fear)
Graham, Ryan and Yaz chose to leave earth with the Doctor a few weeks ago. (Arachnids in the UK)