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21st Jun '17 9:11:43 AM hendoguy1
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* VillainousBreakdown: She loses it when she finds out the Osgoods and later the Doctor have tricked her with regards to the Osgood Boxes.

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* VillainousBreakdown: She loses it when she finds out the Osgoods and later the Doctor have tricked her with regards to the Osgood Boxes.Boxes.
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* VillainousBreakdown: She loses it when she finds out the Osgoods and later the Doctor have tricked her with regards to the Osgood Boxes.

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[[folder: The Veil]]
!!The Veil (Twelfth Doctor)
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-> '''Played by:''' Jami Reid-Quarrell

A sinister, cloaked entity that chases The Doctor throughout the castle he finds himself imprisoned in during the events of Heaven Sent. This Grim Reaper lookalike is a representation of the Doctor's worst fear: a childhood memory he has of a Gallifreyan women who died and wrapped in a funeral veil, before being left outside to rot in the sun. The silent monster hunts The Doctor relentlessly throughout the episode, and seems obsessed with catching and killing him.
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* Bedsheet ghost: What it looks like, albeit a truly nightmarish version.
* Clockwork Creature: The Veil turns out to be this, matching with the rest of the castle's nature.
* The Faceless: We never find out what the Veil's face looks like, as its visage is always covered by a hood. Considering that it has long, scaly hands, the odds are that it aint pretty.
* Empty Piles of Clothing: The Veil leaves these behind after The Doctor finally breaks out of his prison.
* Flies Equals Evil: The Veil is accompanied by a swarm of them.
* Implacable Man
* In the Hood: The Veil wears a dusty robe that conceals virtually its entire body, including its face.
* Robotic Reveal: When the Doctor finally breaches the wall, the Veil is revealed to be a clockwork, falling into a pile of gears.
* Threshold Guardian: The Veil serves the Doctor's opponent in the Belly of the Whale. It is something he must overcome to reach the outside world.
* Touch of Death: The Veil kills with a touch. Fortunately, Time Lords are very determined folk, so the Doctor survives just long enough to sacrifice himself as an energy source to boot up his duplicate.
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* VillainousBreakdown: She loses it when she finds out the Osgoods and later the Doctor have tricked her with regards to the Osgood Boxes.

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!!The Veil (Twelfth Doctor)
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-> '''Played by:''' Jami Reid-Quarrell

A sinister, cloaked entity that chases The Doctor throughout the castle he finds himself imprisoned in during the events of Heaven Sent. This Grim Reaper lookalike is a representation of the Doctor's worst fear: a childhood memory he has of a Gallifreyan women who died and wrapped in a funeral veil, before being left outside to rot in the sun. The silent monster hunts The Doctor relentlessly throughout the episode, and seems obsessed with catching and killing him.
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* Bedsheet ghost: What it looks like, albeit a truly nightmarish version.
* Clockwork Creature: The Veil turns out to be this, matching with the rest of the castle's nature.
* The Faceless: We never find out what the Veil's face looks like, as its visage is always covered by a hood. Considering that it has long, scaly hands, the odds are that it aint pretty.
* Empty Piles of Clothing: The Veil leaves these behind after The Doctor finally breaks out of his prison.
* Flies Equals Evil: The Veil is accompanied by a swarm of them.
* Implacable Man
* In the Hood: The Veil wears a dusty robe that conceals virtually its entire body, including its face.
* Robotic Reveal: When the Doctor finally breaches the wall, the Veil is revealed to be a clockwork, falling into a pile of gears.
* Threshold Guardian: The Veil serves the Doctor's opponent in the Belly of the Whale. It is something he must overcome to reach the outside world.
* Touch of Death: The Veil kills with a touch. Fortunately, Time Lords are very determined folk, so the Doctor survives just long enough to sacrifice himself as an energy source to boot up his duplicate.
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* Touch of Death: The Veil kills with a touch. Fortunately, Time Lords are very determined folk, so the Doctor survives just long enough to sacrifice himself as an energy source to boot up his duplicate.

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* Touch of Death: The Veil kills with a touch. Fortunately, Time Lords are very determined folk, so the Doctor survives just long enough to sacrifice himself as an energy source to boot up his duplicate.duplicate.
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A sinister, cloaked entity that chases The Doctor throughout the castle he finds himself imprisoned in during the events of Heaven Sent. This Grim Reaper lookalike is a representation of the Doctor's worst fear: a childhood memory he has of a Gallifreyan women who died and wrapped in a funeral veil, before being left outside to rot in the sun. The silent monster hunts The Doctor relentlessly throughout the episode, and seems obsessed with catching and killing him.

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A sinister, cloaked entity that chases The Doctor throughout the castle he finds himself imprisoned in during the events of Heaven Sent. This Grim Reaper lookalike is a representation of the Doctor's worst fear: a childhood memory he has of a Gallifreyan women who died and wrapped in a funeral veil, before being left outside to rot in the sun. The silent monster hunts The Doctor relentlessly throughout the episode, and seems obsessed with catching and killing him.him.
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*Bedsheet ghost: What it looks like, albeit a truly nightmarish version.
*Clockwork Creature: The Veil turns out to be this, matching with the rest of the castle's nature.
*The Faceless: We never find out what the Veil's face looks like, as its visage is always covered by a hood. Considering that it has long, scaly hands, the odds are that it aint pretty.
*Empty Piles of Clothing: The Veil leaves these behind after The Doctor finally breaks out of his prison.
*Flies Equals Evil: The Veil is accompanied by a swarm of them.
*Implacable Man
*In the Hood: The Veil wears a dusty robe that conceals virtually its entire body, including its face.
*Robotic Reveal: When the Doctor finally breaches the wall, the Veil is revealed to be a clockwork, falling into a pile of gears.
*Threshold Guardian: The Veil serves the Doctor's opponent in the Belly of the Whale. It is something he must overcome to reach the outside world.
*Touch of Death: The Veil kills with a touch. Fortunately, Time Lords are very determined folk, so the Doctor survives just long enough to sacrifice himself as an energy source to boot up his duplicate.
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