A Time Lord is a member of a fictional extraterrestrial species in the BBC TV series Doctor Who
Time Lord may also refer to:
Matrix most commonly refers to:
Terminus may refer to:
Master or masters may refer to:
Werewolf: The Apocalypse is a role-playing game of the Classic World of Darkness video game series by White Wolf Publishing. Other related products include the collectible card games named Rage and several novels. In the game, players take the role of werewolves known as "Garou". These werewolves are locked in a two-front war against both the spiritual desolation of urban civilization and supernatural forces of corruption that seek to bring the Apocalypse. Game supplements detail the other shape-shifters.
Conan may refer to:
A vampire is a being from folklore who subsists by feeding on the life essence of the living.
Red Dragon may refer to:
Doctor or The Doctor may refer to:
An ogre is a large, hideous monster of mythology, folklore and fiction.
The title character in a narrative work is one who is named or referred to in the title of the work. In a performed work such as a play or film, the performer who plays the title character is said to have the title role of the piece. The title of the work might consist solely of the title character's name – such as Michael Collins or Othello – or be a longer phrase or sentence – such as The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Alice in Wonderland, or The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. The title character is commonly – but not necessarily – the protagonist of the story. Narrative works routinely do not have a title character, and there is some ambiguity in what qualifies as one.
An inquisitor was an official in an Inquisition led by the Roman Catholic Church.
A samurai is a member of the Japanese warrior caste.
Dragonlord or Dragon Lord may refer to:
Time Lord — Adventures through Time and Space is a Doctor Who role-playing game, written by Ian Marsh and Peter Darvill-Evans and published in 1991 by Virgin Publishing. This game is totally unrelated to the previously released Doctor Who RPG by FASA, having different and simpler mechanics that often seemed arbitrary. For example, the companion Polly is a secretary yet according to her statistics, she can hardly read or write.
TimeLords is a set of time travel role-playing games by Greg Porter and published by Blacksburg Tactical Research Center (BTRC). The first two editions used a custom d20-based game system; the most recent edition uses the EABA system from BTRC.
A warlord is a military leader.
Maelstrom may refer to:
The following is a timeline of tabletop role-playing games. For computer role-playing games see here.
The DC Universe is the fictional shared universe that serves as a setting for DC Comics stories, for most of the interlinked mainstream DC comics.
The Doctor Who Roleplaying Game, formerly Doctor Who: Adventures in Time And Space is a role-playing game published by UK-based Cubicle 7 Entertainment. It is based on the BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who, and allows roleplayers to adopt the role of characters from that fictional universe.