History Characters / DoctorWhoVillains

2nd Jun '18 7:19:05 AM MarcusSLazarus
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* HaveWeMetYet: Used to great extent in the Big Finish audios, which introduce a new incarnation of her (portrayed by Siobhan Redmond) who has already witnessed the Sixth Doctor's regeneration but has no qualms about trying to kill the Sixth Doctor in her current encounters with him.
29th May '18 11:55:00 AM MasterFuzzy
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* Noodle Incident: The Doctor's previous encounter with them.

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* Noodle Incident: NoodleIncident: The Doctor's previous encounter with them.



* TakeThatAudience!: The Gods of Ragnarok can be read as this to the general audience at large. In the circus tent, they're presented as a rather dull family with no imagination of their own who just sit disinterestedly in front of a parade of entertainment moaning about how nothing's ever good enough to interest them no matter how creative it is, and anything they vote down is pretty much wiped out of existence.

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* TakeThatAudience!: TheStoic: Any kind of emotion at all is rare.
* TakeThatAudience:
The Gods of Ragnarok can be read as this to the general audience at large. In the circus tent, they're presented as a rather dull family with no imagination of their own who just sit disinterestedly in front of a parade of entertainment moaning about how nothing's ever good enough to interest them no matter how creative it is, and anything they vote down is pretty much wiped out of existence. Could also be a TakeThat at the producers of the show, never satisfied by entertainers (*cough* such as John Nathan-Turner *cough) no matter how hard they try to perform.



%%* BatmanGambit

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%%* BatmanGambit* BatmanGambit: Plans for his Wolves to open the flask once again.



* KneelBeforeZod

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* KneelBeforeZodKneelBeforeZod:



* SealedEvilInACan: It's so powerful it was sealed miles underground the surface of a planet precariously orbiting a black hole, meaning that any attempt to escape would send the Beast and the planet to fall into it. These Disciples of the Light guys ''really'' didn't want this guy to escape

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* SealedEvilInACan: It's so powerful it was sealed miles underground the surface of a planet precariously orbiting a black hole, meaning that any attempt to escape would send the Beast and the planet to fall into it. These Disciples of the Light guys ''really'' didn't want this guy to escapeescape-and one can see why.



* StrawNihilist: The Master takes his companion to TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt to make her appreciate life while it lasts. The Master does so to BreakTheCutie.

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* StrawNihilist: The Master Doctor takes his companion to TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt to make her appreciate life while it lasts. The Master does so to BreakTheCutie.



* TheDreaded: This thing ''terrifies'' the Doctor in a way almost no other villain in the ''history of the show'' can match.



* WholeCostumeReference: Normally is shown wearing a variation of the Eleventh's Doctor's wardrobe and briefly adopts a similar blue suit and tie as the Tenth Doctor at one point.

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* WholeCostumeReference: Normally is shown wearing a variation of the Eleventh's Doctor's wardrobe and briefly adopts a similar blue suit and tie as the Tenth Doctor at one point. His other costumes are also, more subtly, this.
* YouCannotKillAnIdea: It's implied that he's still out there. If he is indeed the Doctor's dark side, then he may live for as long as the Doctor does.



* AbusiveParents: She was far from kind to Melody.



** Without the Eleventh Doctor, the War Doctor would activate the Moment, destroying Gallefrey instead of putting it in a Pocket Dimension.

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** Without the Eleventh Doctor, the War Doctor would activate the Moment, destroying Gallefrey Gallifrey instead of putting it in a Pocket Dimension.



* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: When the Silence have the Doctor in their grasp, they decide they don't need her anymore, and trigger the kill switch in her eyepatch.[[/folder]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: She was only killed in an alternate universe, meaning that she survived in the main timeline.
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: When the Silence have the Doctor in their grasp, they decide they don't need her anymore, and trigger the kill switch in her eyepatch.eyepatch.
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-->"It's not fair!"



* EasilyForgiven: Twelve forgives her for all the mayhem she causes. Having been responsible for '''far, far worse''' atrocities as the War Doctor in the Last Great Time War, he understands her way of thinking. (Not for nothing do the Osgood Boxes resemble the Moment.)

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* EasilyForgiven: Twelve forgives her for all the mayhem she causes. Having been responsible for '''far, far worse''' atrocities as the War Doctor in the Last Great Time War, he understands her way of thinking. (Not for nothing do the Osgood Boxes resemble the Moment.)) This is an invoked trope, as he deliberately forgave her to break the cycle of vengeance.


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* IDidWhatIHadToDo: Claims this, though the Doctor isn't taking it.
29th May '18 9:55:08 AM MarcusSLazarus
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* BigBadWannabe: Used primarily in the Big Finish audios, although inverted from the Monk's perspective; he considers himself a hero who is prevented from doing things the way he wants to because of the Doctor and those who enforce the Laws of Time, but his fixation on revenge against the Doctor undermines any good intentions he might have



* NeverMyFault: Used to great extent in the audio dramas, where the Monk [[spoiler:tries to erase the Doctor from history because he blames the Doctor for the death of Tamsin Drew, a companion he 'stole' from the Doctor who was killed by the Daleks, despite the fact that Tamsin died because the Monk prevented the Doctor from stopping the Daleks' conquest of Earth]].



* OutGambitted: In each encounter with the Doctor, he loses a component of his TARDIS.

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* OutGambitted: In each encounter with the Doctor, Doctor in the TV series, he loses a component of his TARDIS.



* RevengeBeforeReason: In the Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures "Alternative Universe" StoryArc, against the Doctor.

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* RevengeBeforeReason: In the Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures "Alternative Universe" StoryArc, against the Doctor.Doctor; also used in various audios, where he attempts elaborate plans against the Doctor even when he is the reason everything went wrong for himself.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: His role and fate (if any) in the Time War, has yet to be revealed.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: His role and fate (if any) in the Time War, War is generally unknown, [[spoiler:although he has yet to be revealed.a confrontation with the Twelfth Doctor in the Christmas-themed short story "The Persistence of Memory"]].
18th Apr '18 9:12:41 PM Malady
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* ShoutOut: The Gunslinger is a cross between the Terminator and Yul Brynner's Gunslinger from Westworld. His Stat-O-Vision even says "TERMINATE". By the End he has become more like RoboCop once he decides to be Mercy's protector.

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* ShoutOut: The Gunslinger is a cross between the Terminator and Yul Brynner's Gunslinger from Westworld. His Stat-O-Vision even says "TERMINATE". By the End he has become more like RoboCop Franchise/RoboCop once he decides to be Mercy's protector.
17th Apr '18 4:19:04 AM MeaJae97
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* GodIsEvil: Akhaten's true nature is a merciless parasite that has to be appeased with memories and kept asleep with Music Magic. When the mummy stirs, the songs changes to a much more urgent "never wake from slumber"

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* GodIsEvil: Akhaten's true nature is a merciless parasite that has to be appeased with memories and kept asleep with Music Magic. When the mummy stirs, the songs changes to a much more urgent "never wake from slumber"slumber."



* PsychoticManChild: Twelve calls her a tantrum-throwing child who doesn't know what she wants; indeed, she throws a lot of actual tantrums when things don't go her way in "The Zygon Inversion".

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* PsychoticManChild: PsychopathicManchild: Twelve calls her a tantrum-throwing child who doesn't know what she wants; indeed, she throws a lot of actual tantrums when things don't go her way in "The Zygon Inversion".
17th Apr '18 4:08:57 AM MeaJae97
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* StrawNihilist: The Doctor takes his companion to TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt to make her appreciate life while it lasts. The Master does so to BreakTheCutie.

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* StrawNihilist: The Doctor Master takes his companion to TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt to make her appreciate life while it lasts. The Master does so to BreakTheCutie.
17th Apr '18 4:03:24 AM MeaJae97
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* DemonicPossession: While not literal demons, they are certainly as vicious. This is how their species is able to live: they possess any life-forms unlucky enough to cross their paths and extinguish any trace of the previous occupant. If they go without a host for three months, they perish.

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* DemonicPossession: While not literal demons, they are certainly as vicious. This is how their species is able to live: operates: they possess any life-forms unlucky enough to cross their paths and extinguish any trace of the previous occupant. If they go without a host for three months, they perish.



* TheNoseKnows: They can ''smell'' their prey from light-years away, even across the barrier of space-time. The scent of Time Lord is unique and especially easy to locate. It took the Doctor using the Chameleon Arch to turn himself as human to hide his scent.

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* TheNoseKnows: They can ''smell'' their prey from light-years away, even across the barrier of space-time. The scent of Time Lord is unique and especially easy to locate. It took the Doctor using the Chameleon Arch to turn himself as human to hide erase his scent.
9th Apr '18 3:34:28 AM HelloLamppost
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* ButtMonkey: Treated like crap onscreen by Mavic Chen, the Daleks ''and'' the Doctor. (The Doctor probably treated him worse of all.) In ''No Future'' by Creator/PaulCornell, abused and turned on by a pissed-off goddess.

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* ButtMonkey: Treated like crap onscreen by Mavic Chen, the Daleks ''and'' the Doctor. (The Doctor probably treated him worse worst of all.) In ''No Future'' by Creator/PaulCornell, abused and turned on by a pissed-off goddess.
6th Apr '18 6:48:09 PM GeheimnisGoth
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* {{Transsexual}} and/or GenderBender: She makes an offhand mention of when she was a young boy.

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* {{Transsexual}} {{Transgender}} and/or GenderBender: She makes an offhand mention of when she was a young boy.
2nd Apr '18 12:01:41 AM Scabbard
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* HeroicSacrifice / HeroicSuicide: Her last appereance in "The End of Time" had her sabotaging a cult's attempt to resurrect the Master in an explosion that kills her. The Master returns anyway, but the attempt caused him to CameBackWrong.

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* HeroicSacrifice / HeroicSuicide: Her last appereance appearance in "The End of Time" had her sabotaging a cult's attempt to resurrect the Master in an explosion that kills her. The Master returns anyway, but the attempt caused him to CameBackWrong.
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