Welcome to the New Adventures of Doctor Who Simulation Story Archive!

"There are worlds out there where the skies are burning; the seas sleep and rivers dream. People made of smoke and cities made of song. Somewhere there's danger! Somewhere there's injustice. Somewhere else the tea's getting cold."
- 7th Doctor, Sylvester McCoy - Survival, 1987

And so ended the 27 year run of the infamous Doctor on the BBC's Doctor Who TV series in an episode aptly titled "Survival". As the then 7th Doctor knew, his life in the imagination of his greatest companions, his fans, was far from over.

In 1994, this group of Doctor Who fans began gathering in online chat rooms to roleplay new adventures in time and space with our favorite intergalactic adventurer. Since then, the NADW Simulation has become the Internet's longest playing roleplay games. And this is your gateway to our expansive collection of time travel fan fiction based on the BBC series Doctor Who. 

Whovian Note: These adventures pick up after the televised series ended, but do not rely on DW novels and Big Finish Audios for canon. Since the NADW Sim began in 1994, 2 years before the first appearance of Paul McGann's 8th Doctor, its history is slightly different than what many newer DW fans know.

Pick your search mode

  • History Overview - Covering 3 sim Doctors 21 seasons and over 150 games.
  • Plot Outlines - Summaries of game plots, episode by episode, as they appeared to all game players.
  • Game Logs - Unedited logs of actual games as played with player dialogue, description and typos.
  • Time Logs - Short fan fiction supplementals written by individual players and shared via group e-mail.
  • Recons - Edited gamelogs compiled with plot excerpts and time logs in a final Reconstructed Story
  • Archives - Raw gamelogs, plot outlines and timelogs in a zipped archive.
  • Novelizations - Novelized versions of our games.

History (Overview by Doctor, Season and Story)
Game Logs | Plot Outlines | Stories (Reconstructed)
Novelisations | Time Logs | Zipped Archives