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The Stones of Blood was the third serial of season 16 of Doctor Who. It was the show's one hundredth television story. Part four was first broadcast the week of.
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- Production Code: 5C
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- The Stones of Blood: Part One
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They meet elderly archaeologist Professor Emilia Rumford and her assistant Vivien Fay, who are surveying the site, and learn that the circle appears to have had a variable number of stones over the years.
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The Doctor encounters a group of Druids led by a man named de Vries and narrowly avoids becoming their latest sacrifice. De Vries is later killed by one of the stones from the circle - an Ogri, a life form that lives on blood.
Miss Fay is the latest guise of the Cailleach, a being worshipped by the Druids, who has been on Earth for four thousand years. She transports Romana to a spaceship suspended in hyperspace at the same coordinates as the stone circle. The Doctor follows and accidentally releases two justice machines called Megara, which sentence him to death for breaking the seal on their compartment.
When they attempt to carry out their sentence, however, he tricks them into knocking Miss Fay unconscious. Reading her mind, they learn that she is really Cessair of Diplos - the alien criminal they were originally sent to try.
Having established her guilt, they transform her into an additional stone in the circle, but not before the Doctor has grabbed her necklace - the Seal of Diplos, alias the third segment of the Key to Time. Romana, led by the sound of the Doctor's voice calling her, arrives at the edge of a cliff. Backing away as an unseen presence, apparently the Doctor, advances menacingly toward her, she falls over the edge of the cliff.
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Miss Fay shoves Romana roughly into the middle of the stone circle and aims a long staff at her. The staff emits pulses of energy and Romana vanishes.
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Miss Fay, now with silver skin and wearing long, flowing robes, arrives on the spaceship accompanied by two Ogri. She triumphantly tells the Doctor and Romana that they are trapped in hyperspace forever. The spaceship hovers in the void of hyperspace. As Romana looks on, the Doctor uses the tracer to convert Miss Fay's necklace into the third segment.
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He then attempts to fit the segments together, but finds to his embarrassment that he is unable to do so. The Doctor explains to Romana that it was the White Guardian, rather than the President of the Time Lords, who sent them on their mission. The third segment has powers of transmutation, transformation and the establishing of hyperspacial and temporal coordinates.
It is not indicated if Cessair directly contributed to the construction of the stone circle, which dates from a similar period, but over the ensuing centuries she adopted a number of different guises to ensure that she retained control of that part of Boscombe Moor.
The Stones of Blood: Part One
Diplos is a G-class planet in the Tau Ceti system. Cessair was aided by Ogri, from the planet Ogros this contravened article of the Galactic Charter. Ogros is covered with amino acid swamps, and is also in Tau Ceti. The Ogri are silicon based life forms cf. The Hand of Fear deficient in globulin, a protein found in blood plasma. Cessair is allergic to citric acid.
The Doctor mentions a Galactic Federation that appointed a justice machine, which, finding the Federation to be in contempt of court, blew up the entire galaxy. There is the implication that Cessair of Diplos is an agent of the Black Guardian. Aside from the evidence of a warning given by the White Guardian at the beginning of Part One, there is also the fact that Cessair knows what the segment of the Key is and tells the Doctor in the closing stages of Part Four that if he lets the Megara turn her into stone, he will never find what he is looking for.
Mending the hyperspace 'gun', amongst other things, involves linking the alpha circuit to the sine interphase. At the start of the story there are three Ogri. One falls off a cliff, but later there are still three. If Cessair has escaped from the prison ship, why does she stay on Earth?
The first two episodes are delightfully Hammeresque, but the last half of the story, largely centred on the ship in hyperspace and the Doctor's defence of himself against the Megara, is woeful. The Megara quickly notice that Fay is in fact Cessair of Diplos, the criminal they've actually been sent to try. She stole a few Ogri from a nearby planet and employed them on Earth as her bodyguards while avoiding the interstellar police for four thousand years. They transform her into the final stone in the circle, but not before the Doctor has snagged her necklace — the segment of the Key that he has been looking for.
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