Name: Vislor Turlough
Fugitive Docket Number: 458/126-Z1
|Planet of Origin:
||Junior Ensign Commander
|Trion ID Code:
History of the Fugitive
At the age of 15 standard Trion years, Vislor Turlough was known to be a
member of the opposing faction of the new Trion Regime. For his
political views, Turlough was exiled to a primitive planet known to
the natives as Earth. His mother, for her extremist views, was
killed by the new Regime, while his father and younger brother were
exiled to the prison world Sarn. Trion Agent Sartanack installed
Turlough in a school system in the country called Great Britain.
Brendon Court School for Boys would be home for Vislor Turlough for
three more years. The local date of the start of his exile was
The total time of Turlough's exile was to last 5 years. Thereafter he
would be returned to Trion to help the current regime in his
specialized field of astrophysics. If Turlough refused again to help
the new regime, his father and brother were to be executed. Before
Turlough's exile was up, Trion Agent Sartanack, stationed in Chancery
Lane, informed the new regime that Turlough was no longer on Earth.
Investigations began to discover where the young man had escaped to.
Rumors of Gallifreyan involvement began to spread at this time. The Time
Lords denied any knowledge of Turlough's escape, but Trion Security
was informed that a Gallifreyan Renegade known as the Doctor was seen
in the area of Brendon Court, local time 1983CE. Stories containing
such speculations as to Turlough's adventures with this Time Lord
have been circulating, and some have been made into simulations.
Whether the films show the truth or not, they are entertaining. The
following is a list of these films (note that they are simulations
derived from actual places and events. Due to some computer troubles,
there are some effects which look a little fake. Use the imagination
to overcome these defects and the films will be even more
entertaining). Some of the sims have links to a
second page. For those sims we have some sample sounds.
- Mawdryn Undead
- Vislor Turlough makes a pact with the Black Guardian to kill
the Renegade Time Lord called the Doctor. Although unsuccessful at
killing the Doctor, Turlough joins the Time Lord and his two
companions, Tegan and Nyssa.
- Turlough and Tegan skulk about in the service ducts of a
ship bound for Terminus, a space center at the center of the universe
where people infected with Lazar's Disease are sent to be cured.
Nyssa decides to stay on Terminus to help.
- Turlough and the others land on a ship belonging to the
Eternals - beings that live outside of Time. Turlough makes a deal
with one of the Eternals in order to break free from the influence of
the Black Guardian, but it is the Doctor who helps him to do this.
- The King's Demons
- On Earth during the time of King John, an imposter sets out
to defame the King. Turlough is locked in a dungeon for much of this
adventure, but his wit is displayed in
- The Five Doctors
- This sim focuses on the Doctor more than anyone else - there
are 5 of him present, as indicated by the title. Turlough spends most
of him time in the Doctor's ship (the TARDIS) with the Doctor's
- The TARDIS arrives on Earth again, this time to visit
Tegan's Grandfather, Andrew Verney. Turlough gets to know Verney
well as they spend a substantial time locked together in a barn.
- Warriors of the Deep
- Arriving in Tegan's future on Earth, Turlough and the others
find themselves preventing a world war and a takeover attempt by
Native Earth Reptiles (often miscalled Silurians and Sea Devils).
- Turlough finds himself in a living nightmare when they
arrive on Frontios. His race memory about Tractators is pulled from
the recesses of his mind when people start being swallowed by the
- Ressurection of the Daleks
- Turlough learns firsthand about the viciousness of Daleks
when the TARDIS lands on Earth in the present. So many people die
from the Dalek's latest attempt for universal domination that Tegan
decides to remain on the Earth.
- Planet of Fire
- Kamelion, a shape-changing robot who joined with the Doctor
after he stopped playing at King John, steers the TARDIS towards
Lanzarote, Earth. Turlough saves the life of an American girl named
Perpugilliam Brown just before the TARDIS is transported to Sarn.
Turlough meets his brother again and finds out that his father has
been killed. He then signals Trion Command to rescue the inhabitants
of Sarn from the volcano. He finds that his exile has been rescinded.
Simulations are not the only way to hear about Turlough's adventures with
this Doctor. Several books and fanfiction tales have been written
about the notorious Trion. The following is a breakdown of these
stories, with links to some that can be found in the Information
- Turlough and the Earthlink Dilemma
- This story by Tony Attwood tells of Turlough's adventures
shortly after returning to Trion. The key feature in it is his
invention of the ARTEMIS Device - a time machine that can transport
him through time.
- The Crystal Bucephalus
- A sim has not been made of this adventure with Tegan and
the Doctor. The three of them arrive at the Doctor's temporal
restaurant, the Crystal Bucephalus. This was written by Craig Hinton.
- Lords of the Storm
- This tale by David McIntee was also not made into a sim.
It takes place after Tegan leaves the Doctor.
- A Vidalian in the Vortex
- This was a roleplay done by fans of Vislor Turlough and the
renegade Doctor. There seems to be little truth in this story about
the Fourth Doctor, Ben Jackson, and Turlough helping to save an Earth
retirement home from alien invasion.
- Animal Magnetism
- This roleplay also holds little truth to it, since it
concerns Turlough, the Seventh Doctor, and Harry Sullivan on a planet
of lion people threatened by a colliding asteroid.
- 1776 - A Farce in Half an Act
- This roleplay was done mostly for laughs. It concerns
post-exile Turlough meeting the Fifth Doctor and Grace Holloway in
1776 on Earth in America.
- Susan, the Doctor's Granddaughter, is explained in this
story by Robin Carroll-Mann.
- Decision Time
- Vislor Turlough knows what he wants, and how to achieve it.
But should he? Story by Trina Short, Artwork by Elsa Frohman.
- The Three Masters
- Michael R. O'Brien has "found" the untelevised Master story
which stars the Fifth Doctor, Tegan and Turlough and guest stars the
Third Doctor, the Brigadier, and three Masters (including Ringo Starr).
- Young Daleks in Love
- Elsa Frohman explains where little Daleks come from.
The current whereabouts of Vislor Turlough are unknown. He has deserted
his position at the main astrophysics laboratory on Trion and has
left nothing but this simple note:
I'm bored. Bored bored bored. Why there
isn't anything exciting to do anymore, I don't know. So I'm off.
I've taken my ARTEMIS drive and scarpered. Don't bother trying to
find me; I'm cleverer than all of you put together.
If you have any knowledge of the whereabouts of Vislor Turlough, please
let our security forces know.
Fugitive Report on Vislor Turlough is ©
E Page Fillers, Inc.
and Trina L. Short: 1998
Misos Triangle Background is ©
Trina L. Short: 1998
This page created on September 21, 1998: Last updated on August 5, 1998