Two of the Doctor's most ancient and relentless foes – the hateful Daleks and emotionless Cybermen – clash as they seek to to fulfil their own nefarious ends in this fast-paced tabletop miniatures game.
Amongst this titanic conflict, the Doctor protects the Time Vortex the only way he knows how – with ever-changing companions, the TARDIS, and a sonic device...
Take control of either the Daleks or the Cybermen. Pit your wits against your adversaries as you attempt to gather resources vital to your plans before they fall into the hands of your opponents. Build your force from a variety of options and recruit other factions to your cause – whatever it takes to ensure you have the advantage over your foes!
An eternity of adventures awaits you…
In the Exterminate! miniatures game your Cyberman and Dalek forces can recruit neutral factions, improving their chances of success and adding even more variety to your games.
These highly detailed plastic Cybermen and Dalek miniatures are 'push-fit' allowing them to be easily built without glue.
The Exterminate! game contains:
12 easy-fit plastic Time War Daleks
12 easy-fit plastic Cyber Legion Cybermen
14 plastic Cybermats
Double-sided 36" x 36" battlemat
34 Recruitment Cards
56 Adventure Cards
36 Battle Cards
16-page Rules booklet
12-page Adventures booklet
24-page Guide to the Time _ Vortex booklet
10 Combat Dice
2 Quick Reference Sheets
59 card tokens
Inside the Exterminate! game we've kicked things off by including rules and cards allowing you to add the Judoon, Zygons and Silents to your games (models not included – available separately)
The Ice Warriors, natives of the planet Mars, are large, imposing bipedal reptilians, housed inside biomechanical armour and armed with sonic weaponry. In the year 3000, on an Earth in the midst of a second Ice Age, a Martian spaceship is discovered frozen in the ice, housing several Ice Warriors who laid dormant for thousands of years. Later in the 30th Century, the Ice Warriors invaded Earth, trying to change the planet’s atmosphere to make it suitable for their habitation, but their plan was thwarted by the Doctor. During the 40th Century, their race eventually became peaceful, choosing to join a Galactic Federation of Earth, Mars and other planets. This boxed set contains five highly detailed pewter Ice Warrior figures, based on their appearance in the 2017 episode Empress of Mars.
In Empress of Mars, the Twelfth Doctor, Nardole and Bill travel to Mars, after NASA discover a message reading ‘God Save The Queen’ under the ice on the surface of the red planet. Upon their landing, they encounter Victorian soldiers, who have arrived to try to conquer the native home of the Ice Warriors. As the long dormant Martian hive begins to awaken, the Doctor must decide which side he is on – that of Queen Victoria's invading soldiers, or the Ice Warriors, led by Empress Iraxxa, and her loyal subject, Friday. The box includes two metal miniatures: The Empress Iraxxa and Friday, and six Exterminate! game cards.
Gallifrey, the home planet of the Time Lords, stands in the constellation of Kasterborous. The Time Lords invented space and time travel machines known as TARDISes, but closely monitored their use to ensure time was neither abused nor history changed. They had a strict policy of non-interference in other planets and their cultures.
Thought destroyed in the Last Great Time War, the Doctor’s home planet was actually frozen in time in a pocket dimension. In the Citadel, a giant structure enclosed within a glass dome in the main city, Lord President Rassilon and the Time Lord council watch over their home world.
The Return Of Doctor Mysterio sees The Doctor and the previously decapitated Nadole (Matt Lucas taking on the companion role, now thankfully with his head reattached) arrive in present day New York. They team up with reporter Lucy Fletcher and the mysterious superhero The Ghost to fight aliens with a fondness for brain-swapping.
These two beautifully sculpted pewter figures feature The Ghost as portrayed by Justin Chitin, and Dr Sim, played by Aleksandar Jovanovic.
Scientists go missing on 20th Century Earth and the Third Doctor deduces they are being kidnapped through time. Arriving in the middle ages with journalist Sarah Jane Smith he discovers a lone Sontaran warrior, commander Linx, who has crash-landed and is stranded. Irongron, a robber baron and leader of a local bandit gang, is offered 'magic weapons' in exchange for shelter, so the ship can be repaired. The two strike an uneasy bargain.