History Characters / DoctorWhoVillains

18th Feb '17 1:24:27 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* EnemyCivilWar: Davros created Daleks that were ''loyal only to him'', the Imperial Daleks (white and gold casing). This led to a civil war between them and the other Daleks (the Renegades), which lasted until the Seventh Doctor era - the Seventh Doctor just tricked them into destroying each other.

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* EnemyCivilWar: During the Sixth Doctor's time, Davros created Daleks that were ''loyal only to him'', the Imperial Daleks (white and gold casing). This led to a civil war between them and the other Daleks (the Renegades), which lasted until "Remembrance of the Seventh Doctor era Daleks" - the Seventh Doctor just tricked them into destroying each other.
17th Feb '17 9:26:36 AM ProfessorGrimm
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17th Jan '17 5:02:59 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* EnemyCivilWar: In a rare moment of being GenreSavvy, Davros created Daleks that were ''loyal only to him'', the Imperial Daleks (white and gold casing). This led to a civil war between them and the other Daleks (the Renegades), which lasted until the Seventh Doctor era - the Seventh Doctor just tricked them into destroying each other.

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* EnemyCivilWar: In a rare moment of being GenreSavvy, Davros created Daleks that were ''loyal only to him'', the Imperial Daleks (white and gold casing). This led to a civil war between them and the other Daleks (the Renegades), which lasted until the Seventh Doctor era - the Seventh Doctor just tricked them into destroying each other.



* LovecraftLite

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* TelepathicSpacemen

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* %%* TelepathicSpacemen



* VolcanicVeins

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8th Jan '17 6:58:29 PM nombretomado
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* AncientAstronauts: Helped the Ancient Britons build Stonehenge and talked with LeonardoDaVinci about flying machines.

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* AncientAstronauts: Helped the Ancient Britons build Stonehenge and talked with LeonardoDaVinci Creator/LeonardoDaVinci about flying machines.
26th Dec '16 10:14:47 AM JamesAustin
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-->'''Played by:''' Michael Spice (voice) and Stuart Fell (body) (1976)

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-->'''Played ->'''Played by:''' Michael Spice (voice) and Stuart Fell (body) (1976)



* GreaterScopeVillain: He's one of the two beings shown as the embodiment of evil in the ''Doctor Who'' universe, the other being the Beast.



->'''Played by:''' Janet Fielding (1982-83) and Adrian Mills (1982)

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->'''Played by:''' Janet Fielding (1982-83) (1982; 1983) and Adrian Mills (1982)



->'''Played by:''' David Banks (1982-1988)

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->'''Played by:''' David Banks (1982-1988)
(19821988)



* PutOnABus: It's unknown what happened to him after "Mindwarp", not helped any matters by the story being already surreal

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* PutOnABus: It's unknown what happened to him after "Mindwarp", not helped any matters by the story being already surrealsurreal.



--> '''Played by:''' Creator/JennaColeman and Ingrid Oliver (2015)

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--> -> '''Played by:''' Creator/JennaColeman and Ingrid Oliver (2015)
26th Dec '16 10:06:58 AM JamesAustin
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'''Amy:''' Yeah, but mine's the woman outside Budgens with the mental Jack Russell. You've got, you know, [[ArchEnemy ARCH enemies]].

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'''Amy:''' Yeah, but mine's the woman outside Budgens with the mental Jack Russell. You've got, you know, [[ArchEnemy ARCH enemies]].ARCH-enemies.



->'''Played by:''' Creator/PeterButterworth (1965, 1966)



-->Played by: Creator/PeterButterworth (1965, 1966)



* WhamLine: "It's a TARDIS! The Monk's got a TARDIS!" [[/folder]]

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* WhamLine: "It's a TARDIS! The Monk's got a TARDIS!" TARDIS!"
[[/folder]]



-->Played by: Kevin Stoney (19656)

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' Kevin Stoney (19656)



* {{Blackface}}/{{Yellowface}}: Has white hair, dark skin and epicanthic eyefolds. Though this does not come up in the story, Chen represents a future where racial distinctions do not exist. Even though other human characters appear sans makeup, only the main human baddy. (Some eyewitness accounts claim that he was actually in ''blue''face. This mind boggles if this is true).



* PresidentEvil

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* PresidentEvilPresidentEvil: He's the Guardian of the Solar System who sold out humanity to the Daleks.



* VillainWithGoodPublicity: So much that his minions virtually worship him.[[/folder]]

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* VillainWithGoodPublicity: So much that his minions virtually worship him.him.
* {{Yellowface}}: Has white hair, dark skin and epicanthic eyefolds. Though this does not come up in the story, Chen represents a future where racial distinctions do not exist. Even though other human characters appear sans makeup, only the main human baddy. (Some eyewitness accounts claim that he was actually in ''blue''face. This mind boggles if this is true).
[[/folder]]



-->Played by: Michael Gough (1966)

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' Michael Gough (1966)



* WorthyOpponent: Considers the First Doctor one due to his brain power. It's why he wants to keep him around as his perpetual opponent. [[/folder]]

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* WorthyOpponent: Considers the First Doctor one due to his brain power. It's why he wants to keep him around as his perpetual opponent. opponent.
[[/folder]]



-> '''Dalek Emperor:''' So you are the Doctor.\\
'''The Second Doctor:''' We meet at last. I wondered if we ever would.




--> Voiced by: Roy Skeleton (1967), Terry Molloy (1988), and Creator/NicholasBriggs (2005)

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\n--> Voiced by: -> '''Voiced by:''' Roy Skeleton (1967), Terry Molloy (1988), and Creator/NicholasBriggs (2005)
(2005)

-> '''Dalek Emperor:''' So you are the Doctor.\\
'''The Second Doctor:''' We meet at last. I wondered if we ever would.



* DeadlyDecadentCourt: Expanded Universe materials suggest that Emperors regularly get deposed by upstarts and [[TheStarscream Starscreams.]]

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* DeadlyDecadentCourt: Expanded Universe materials suggest that Emperors regularly get deposed by upstarts and [[TheStarscream Starscreams.]]Starscreams]].



->''"Now the dream outlives the dreamer and can never die. Once I was the puppet... Now I pull the strings!"''

-->Played by: Wolfe Morris (as Padmasambhava) (1967); Jack Woolgar (as Staff Sgt. Arnold) and Jack Watling (as Prof. Travers) (1968); Sir Creator/IanMcKellen (2012); Creator/RichardEGrant (as Walter Simeon) (20122013)

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->''"Now the dream outlives the dreamer and can never die. Once I was the puppet... Now I pull the strings!"''

-->Played by:
->'''Played by:''' Wolfe Morris (as Padmasambhava) (1967); Jack Woolgar (as Staff Sgt. Arnold) and Jack Watling (as Prof. Travers) (1968); Sir Creator/IanMcKellen (2012); Creator/RichardEGrant (as Walter Simeon) (20122013)
(20122013)

-->''"Now the dream outlives the dreamer and can never die. Once I was the puppet... Now I pull the strings!"''



->''"Consider [mankind's] history. For a half a million years they have been systematically killing each other. Now we can turn this savagery to some purpose. We can bring peace to the galaxy, and you can help. You see, I'm not the cold-hearted villain you suppose me to be. My motives are purely peaceful."''

-->Played by: Edward Brayshaw (1969)

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->''"Consider ->'''Played by:''' Edward Brayshaw (1969)

-->''"Consider
[mankind's] history. For a half a million years they have been systematically killing each other. Now we can turn this savagery to some purpose. We can bring peace to the galaxy, and you can help. You see, I'm not the cold-hearted villain you suppose me to be. My motives are purely peaceful."''

-->Played by: Edward Brayshaw (1969)
"''



A popular fan theory is that, due to the many similarities between the two characters, the War Chief is an earlier incarnation of the Master. {{Word of God}}, however, says that they are different characters.

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A popular fan theory is that, due to the many similarities between the two characters, the War Chief is an earlier incarnation of the Master. {{Word of God}}, WordOfGod, however, says that they are different characters.



->''"You're finished, Doctor! You're finished!"''

-->Played by: Bernard Horsfall (1969, 1976)

A ruthless Time Lord politician who organized the Doctor's banishment to Earth and later teamed up with the Master to seize control of Gallifrey. Same actor as the one playing a high-up Time Lord in "The War Games", so it's generally assumed it's the same character both times.

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->''"You're ->'''Played by:''' Bernard Horsfall (1969, 1976)

-->''"You're
finished, Doctor! You're finished!"''

-->Played by: Bernard Horsfall (1969, 1976)

A ruthless Time Lord politician who organized the Doctor's banishment to Earth and later teamed up with the Master to seize control of Gallifrey. Same actor as the one playing a high-up Time Lord in who's part of the Doctor's trial at the end of "The War Games", so it's generally assumed it's the same character both times.



* UnwittingPawn: He unwittingly aids the Master in his plan.[[/folder]]

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* UnwittingPawn: He unwittingly aids the Master in his plan.plan.
[[/folder]]



->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/NicholasBriggs (2005)



-->Nestene voiced by: Creator/NicholasBriggs (2005)



see Characters/DoctorWhoMasters

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see -->See Characters/DoctorWhoMasters



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->''"A ''hero?!'' I should have been a '''god!'''"''

-->Played by: Stephen Thorne (1973); Ian Collier (and briefly Creator/PeterDavison) (1983)

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->'''Played by:''' Stephen Thorne (1973, pictured top); Ian Collier (and briefly Creator/PeterDavison) (1983, pictured bottom)

-->''"A
''hero?!'' I should have been a '''god!'''"''

-->Played by: Stephen Thorne (1973); Ian Collier (and briefly Creator/PeterDavison) (1983)
'''god!'''"''



* CoolMask

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* CoolMaskCoolMask: His mask in both appereances, while very different, were really ornate.



* DrivenToVillainy
* EmperorScientist

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* DrivenToVillainy
DrivenToVillainy: He became insane, and a villain, after being trapped in an empty anti-matter universe for millions of years.
* EmperorScientistEmperorScientist: He was one of the founders of Gallifreyan society alongside Rassilon, and together gave the Time Lords their time-related tecnology.



* NotEvenHuman: Or, in his case, Not Even HumanAlien.

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* NotEvenHuman: Or, in his case, Not Even HumanAlien. His time in the anti-matter universe left him with no body, existing solely through willpower.



* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: He pretty much rolls around in the trope. His confusion when running around in Amsterdam, while wearing the Doctor's body, is nothing short of adorable. The Third Doctor even feels upset about destroying him, saying he gave him the only freedom he could.[[/folder]]

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* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: He pretty much rolls around in the trope. His confusion when running around in Amsterdam, while wearing the Doctor's body, is nothing short of adorable. The Third Doctor even feels upset about destroying him, saying he gave him the only freedom he could.could.
[[/folder]]



-->Voiced by: Maureen Morris (1974)

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-->Voiced by: ->'''Voiced by:''' Maureen Morris (1974)



* PsychicPowers: Powerful enough to strike fear into the Doctor. [[/folder]]


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* PsychicPowers: Powerful enough to strike fear into the Doctor. [[/folder]]

Doctor.
[[/folder]]



->''"Today the Kaled race is ended, consumed in a fire of war but, from its ashes will rise a new race, the supreme creature, the ultimate conquerer of the universe, the '''Dalek!!!'''"''

-->Played by: Michael Wisher (1975); David Gooderson (1979); Terry Molloy (198488); Julian Bleach (2008; 2015)

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->''"Today ->'''Played by:''' Michael Wisher (1975); David Gooderson (1979); Terry Molloy (198488); Julian Bleach (2008; 2015)

-->''"Today
the Kaled race is ended, consumed in a fire of war but, from its ashes will rise a new race, the supreme creature, the ultimate conquerer of the universe, the '''Dalek!!!'''"''

-->Played by: Michael Wisher (1975); David Gooderson (1979); Terry Molloy (198488); Julian Bleach (2008; 2015)
'''Dalek!!!'''"''



->'''Played by:''' Gabriel Woolf (1975)



-->Played by: Gabriel Woolf (1975)



-->Played by: Michael Spice (voice) and Stuart Fell (body) (1976)

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-->Played by: -->'''Played by:''' Michael Spice (voice) and Stuart Fell (body) (1976)



->''"To lose is to win, and he who wins shall lose."''

-->Played by: Angus [=MacKay=] (1976); John Arnatt (1978); Leonard Sachs (1983); Philip Latham (1983)

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->''"To ->'''Played by:''' Angus [=MacKay=] (1976, pictured top left); John Arnatt (1978, pictured top right); Leonard Sachs (1983, pictured bottom left); Philip Latham (1983, pictured bottom right)

-->''"To
lose is to win, and he who wins shall lose."''

-->Played by: Angus [=MacKay=] (1976); John Arnatt (1978); Leonard Sachs (1983); Philip Latham (1983)
"''



--> Played by: Micheal Spice (1977)

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--> Played by: -> '''Played by:''' Micheal Spice (1977)



* BodyHorror / FacialHorror / NightmareFace / TwoFaced: When we briefly glimpse Greel's face, we can see that the right half is ''melting'' due to a mutation that occurred during time travel.



* FacialHorror: When we briefly glimpse Greel's face, we can see that the right half is ''melting'' due to a mutation that occurred during time travel.



* NightmareFace: When we briefly glimpse Greel's face, we can see that the right half is ''melting'' due to a mutation that occurred during time travel.



* YellowPeril: Not Greel himself, by his followers give off this vibe. It doesn't help that Chang is played by a white actor in YellowFace.[[/folder]]

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* TwoFaced: When we briefly glimpse Greel's face, we can see that the right half is ''melting'' due to a mutation that occurred during time travel.
* YellowPeril: Not Greel himself, by his followers give off this vibe. It doesn't help that Chang is played by a white actor in YellowFace.{{Yellowface}}.
[[/folder]]



-->Played by: Valentine Dyall (1979, 1983)

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' Valentine Dyall (1979, 1983)



* TheAntiGod / GodOfEvil: He serves as an EvilCounterpart to [[GodOfGood the White Guardian]].

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* TheAntiGod / GodOfEvil: TheAntiGod: He serves as an EvilCounterpart to [[GodOfGood the White Guardian]].



* GreaterScopeVillain: He serves as the embodiment of evil in the Doctor Who universe.

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* GodOfEvil: He represents chaos and darkness in the ''Doctor Who'' universe.
* GreaterScopeVillain: He serves He's one of the two beings shown as the embodiment of evil in the Doctor Who universe.''Doctor Who'' universe, the other being the Beast.



-->Played by: Janet Fielding (1982-83) and Adrian Mills (1982)

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' Janet Fielding (1982-83) and Adrian Mills (1982)
(1982)




->''"EXCELLENT!"''

-->Played by: David Banks (1982-1988)

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\n->''"EXCELLENT!"''\n\n-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' David Banks (1982-1988)
(1982-1988)

-->''"EXCELLENT!"''



->''"This day was the day upon which the whole of creation would change forever."''

-->Played by: Richard Matthews (1983); Creator/TimothyDalton (200910); Donald Sumpter (2015)

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->''"This day was the day upon which the whole of creation would change forever."''

-->Played by:
->'''Played by:''' Richard Matthews (1983); Creator/TimothyDalton (200910); Donald Sumpter (2015)
(2015)

-->''"This day was the day upon which the whole of creation would change forever."''



* CameBackStrong: Inverted - after "The End of Time" he came back ''weak''. When we see him again in "Hell Bent", he's just a feeble old man. It's implied he regenerated after his tussle with the Master and he got the short end of the regeneration lottery.
** Even his "The End of Time" form is vastly depowerd from his previous portrayal, a PhysicalGod who transformed a villain into a living statue with a thought while unconscious (and only technically not ''dead'').

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* CameBackStrong: Inverted - Inverted; in every reappereance after "The Five Doctor" he seems to come back ''weaker''. When he reappers in "The End of Time" he came back ''weak''.Time", while still very powerful thanks to his gauntlet, he's vastly depowered in comparison to his previous portrayal, a PhysicalGod who transformed a villain into a living statue with a thought while unconscious (and only technically not ''dead''). When we see him again in "Hell Bent", he's just a feeble old man. It's implied he regenerated after his tussle with the Master and he got the short end of the regeneration lottery. \n** Even his "The End of Time" form is vastly depowerd from his previous portrayal, a PhysicalGod who transformed a villain into a living statue with a thought while unconscious (and only technically not ''dead'').



** His last line in Part 1 of "The End of Time" (see above) mirrors Davros's line from "Journey's End" perfectly.

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** His last line in Part 1 of "The End of Time" (see above) ("For the end of Time itself!") mirrors Davros's line from "Journey's End" perfectly.



* WhoWantsToLiveForever: He's the only Time Lord that is explicitly immortal and doesn't have to worry about a limited regeneration cycle. Heck when he was put in his tomb, he wasn't even dead he's was just sleeping. However he believes it to be a curse, and [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity he recognized that any other Time Lord who would want to be immortal would be crazy]], so his tomb is one big SchmuckBait [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor to anyone who seeks to become immortal]]; [[AndIMustScream they are turned into living statues on Rassilon's plithe.]] Unfortunately, he ultimately forgot his own lesson when it became clear the Time Lords were losing the War and sought to destroy the Universe using its energy to make himself and the Time Lords "beings of pure consciousness".
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Only generally hinted at in the ExpandedUniverse, but outright shown in his second appearance, although the fact that ''everything'' in Time Lord society is named after him is a good clue that there's a pretty monstrous ego at work here...[[/folder]]

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* WhoWantsToLiveForever: He's the only Time Lord that is explicitly immortal and doesn't have to worry about a limited regeneration cycle. Heck Heck, when he was put in his tomb, he wasn't even dead dead, he's was just sleeping. However However, he believes it to be a curse, and [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity he recognized that any other Time Lord who would want to be immortal would be crazy]], so his tomb is one big SchmuckBait [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor to anyone who seeks to become immortal]]; [[AndIMustScream they are turned into living statues on Rassilon's plithe.]] Unfortunately, he ultimately forgot his own lesson when it became clear the Time Lords were losing the War and sought to destroy the Universe using its energy to make himself and the Time Lords "beings of pure consciousness".
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Only generally hinted at in the ExpandedUniverse, but outright shown in his second appearance, although the fact that ''everything'' in Time Lord society is named after him is a good clue that there's a pretty monstrous ego at work here...here.
[[/folder]]



-->Played by: Maurice Colbourne (198485)

A semi-villainous figure, the Doctor and Lytton crossed paths twice. Lytton ran into the Fifth Doctor during "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E4ResurrectionOfTheDaleks Resurrection of the Daleks]]", where Lytton worked for the Daleks, much to the Doctor's distaste. The Sixth Doctor encountered him in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen Attack of the Cybermen]]", where Lytton actually tried to help an alien species fight the Cybermen, though refused to team up with the Doctor. Thought to be a villain through and through by the Doctor, Lytton actually surprised the Doctor in the latter appearance by having a somewhat HeroicSacrifice. Supposedly left behind a woman in 1985 carrying his child, according to ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures''' main website.

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' Maurice Colbourne (198485)

A semi-villainous figure, the Doctor and Lytton crossed paths twice. Lytton ran into the Fifth Doctor during "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E4ResurrectionOfTheDaleks Resurrection of the Daleks]]", where Lytton worked for the Daleks, much to the Doctor's distaste. The Sixth Doctor encountered him in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen Attack of the Cybermen]]", where Lytton actually tried to help an alien species fight the Cybermen, though refused to team up with the Doctor. Thought to be a villain through and through by the Doctor, Lytton actually surprised the Doctor in the latter appearance by having a somewhat HeroicSacrifice. Supposedly left behind a woman in 1985 carrying his child, according to ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures''' main website.



* BadassNormal

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* BadassNormalBadassNormal: Expanded universe media confirmed that he's just a normal human, although one born in an alien planet, which makes the fact that he held his own against the Daleks ''and'' the Cybermen, the two most persistent enemies the Doctor has ever had, all the more impressive.



* OnlyOneName: Commander Lytton had only one name in the televised adventures of the Doctor, but the novelization of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen Attack of the Cybermen]] gave him the first name of "Gustave". The story also goes further in-depth on Lytton's character, even expanding his relationship with the Doctor somewhat.[[/folder]]


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* OnlyOneName: Commander Lytton had only one name in the televised adventures of the Doctor, but the novelization of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen Attack of the Cybermen]] gave him the first name of "Gustave". The story also goes further in-depth on Lytton's character, even expanding his relationship with the Doctor somewhat.[[/folder]]

somewhat.
[[/folder]]



-->Played by: John Normington (1984)

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' John Normington (1984)



* LackOfEmpathy: He leaves his business partner for dead, deliberately causes "accidents" that kill his workers and personally murders his superior, all for the pursuit of profit.

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* LackOfEmpathy: LackOfEmpathy:
**
He leaves his business partner for dead, deliberately causes "accidents" that kill his workers and personally murders his superior, all for the pursuit of profit.



* OneShotCharacter: Notably, despite being a major character partially responsible for the Fifth Doctor's regeneration, Morgus has only ever had one appearance and has never been mentioned again, not even in an ExpandedUniverse work.



* WarForFunAndProfit: Deliberately keeps the Spectrox war going, as it keeps up the market price of the drug.[[/folder]]


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* WarForFunAndProfit: Deliberately keeps the Spectrox war going, as it keeps up the market price of the drug.[[/folder]]

drug.
[[/folder]]



-->Played by: Christopher Gable (1984)

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' Christopher Gable (1984)



* OneShotCharacter: Like Morgus, he's a significant villain responsible for a major chapter in the Doctor's life, but has only ever made one appearance.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Red to Morgus' Blue.

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* OneShotCharacter: Like Morgus, he's a significant villain responsible for a major chapter in the Doctor's life, but has only ever made one appearance.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Red to Morgus' Blue. Jek is prone to violent raving, Morgus has a LackOfEmpathy.



* TragicVillain: He's a cruel, possessive terrorist, but only because of Morgus' betrayal. He goes into a lengthy villain monologue to Peri over how he used to be an optimist, but the trauma from the incident caused him to see the ugliness in everyone. He wants to keep Peri for himself because she's the only light in the darkness for him.[[/folder]]


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* TragicVillain: He's a cruel, possessive terrorist, but only because of Morgus' betrayal. He goes into a lengthy villain monologue to Peri over how he used to be an optimist, but the trauma from the incident caused him to see the ugliness in everyone. He wants to keep Peri for himself because she's the only light in the darkness for him.[[/folder]]

him.
[[/folder]]



-->Played by: Nabil Shaban (198586)

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' Nabil Shaban (198586)



* PutOnABus: Until we get a specific answer...

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* PutOnABus: Until we get a specific answer... It's unknown what happened to him after "Mindwarp", not helped any matters by the story being already surreal



* VillainousGlutton: Known for constantly chowing down on marsh-minnows, not to mention his rather gross EvilLaugh.[[/folder]]

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* VillainousGlutton: Known for constantly chowing down on marsh-minnows, not to mention his rather gross EvilLaugh.EvilLaugh.
[[/folder]]



->''"Oh, what's [the Master] up to now? It'll be something devious and overcomplicated ... [[ComplexityAddiction he'd get dizzy if he tried to walk in a straight line.]]"''

-->Played by: Kate O'Mara: (198587, 1993)

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->''"Oh, ->'''Played by:''' Kate O'Mara: (198587, 1993)

-->''"Oh,
what's [the Master] up to now? It'll be something devious and overcomplicated ... [[ComplexityAddiction he'd get dizzy if he tried to walk in a straight line.]]"''

-->Played by: Kate O'Mara: (198587, 1993)
"''



* TheCollector: This is what she is portrayed as in [[CanonDisContinuity Dimensions in Time]], collecting a specimen of every race in the universe. Actually, this wouldn't be out of character for her.

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* TheCollector: This is what she is portrayed as in [[CanonDisContinuity [[CanonDiscontinuity Dimensions in Time]], collecting a specimen of every race in the universe. Actually, this wouldn't be out of character for her.



->''"There is nothing you can do to prevent the catharsis of spurious morality."''

-->Played by: Michael Jayston (1986)

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->''"There ->'''Played by:''' Michael Jayston (1986)

-->''"There
is nothing you can do to prevent the catharsis of spurious morality."''

-->Played by: Michael Jayston (1986)
"''



* AsLongAsThereIsOneMan: Subverted ''entirely'' from the Valeyard's origin alone.



* CardCarryingVillain
* CharacterTics: As he notes during The Ultimate Foe, he still displays some of the Doctor's habits and eccentricities.

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* CardCarryingVillain
CardCarryingVillain: Once it's revealed that he's the main villain of the Trial of a Time Lord arc in "The Ultimate Foe", he starts to nonchalantly reaffirm that yes, he's a villain.
* CharacterTics: As he notes during The "The Ultimate Foe, Foe", he still displays some of the Doctor's habits and eccentricities.



* DarkMessiah



* DragonWithAnAgenda

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* DragonWithAnAgendaDragonWithAnAgenda: The Master believed that he worked for him, but the Valeyard's plan all along was to obtain the Sixth Doctor's remaing regenerations for himself.



* EnemyWithin
* EnemyWithout: A time-travelling one from a potential future.
* EvilCounterpart: Played literally straight for this one.
* EvilFeelsGood: Considering who he comes from...

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* EnemyWithin
EnemyWithin: The Master's ambiguous wording when describing him infers that he's either the Doctor himself, after all his evil took over him in a potential future, or...
* EnemyWithout: A time-travelling one The Doctor's evil split from a potential future.
him.
* EvilCounterpart: Played literally straight for this one. \n He's either the Doctor after all his evil took over him, or straight up the Doctor's evil split from him. Either way, he's an evil counterpart of the Doctor.
* EvilFeelsGood: Considering who he comes from...He has no qualms about prefering being evil.



* EvilIsNotAToy: As the High Council found out to their cost...

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* EvilIsNotAToy: As the High Council and the Master found out to their cost...cost..



* EvilMeScaresMe: The Doctor's reaction to the Valeyard's true nature is one of abject horror. It's been argued that the Doctor is petrified of him returning in ''any'' form. The ExpandedUniverse went further on this, to the point that an entire incarnation's personality was locked away for a time because of that fear.
** Hell, even ''the Master'' fears him.

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* EvilMeScaresMe: The Doctor's reaction to the Valeyard's true nature is one of abject horror. It's been argued that the Doctor is petrified of him returning in ''any'' form. The ExpandedUniverse went further on this, to the point that an entire incarnation's personality was locked away for a time because of that fear.
**
fear. Hell, even ''the Master'' fears him.



* FaceHeelTurn

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* FaceHeelTurnFaceHeelTurn: One possibility for his conception is that he's the Doctor after all his evil took over him.



* HangingJudge

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* HangingJudgeHangingJudge: While admitedly he's the prosecutor in the Doctor's trial, it's clear that he wants the Doctor executed. If the trial was run on Earth laws he would have soon run into ArtisticLicenseLaw.



* MeaningfulName: The name Valeyard is said to mean "''Doctor'' of Law" (although good luck finding it in any dictionary).
** Though it's mentioned that it's the ''Gallifreyan'' Dictionary.
* MuggedForDisguise: If the final moments of The Ultimate Foe are anything to go by, he seems to have robbed the Keeper of the Matrix of his robes.

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* MeaningfulName: The name Valeyard is said to mean "''Doctor'' of Law" (although in Gallifreyan (so good luck finding it in any dictionary).
** Though it's mentioned that it's the ''Gallifreyan'' Dictionary.
* MuggedForDisguise: If the final moments of The "The Ultimate Foe Foe" are anything to go by, he seems to have robbed the Keeper of the Matrix of his robes.



* ThePlan: The Valeyard's plan revolves around setting up a trial to frame the Doctor for the illegal actions of the Time Lord High Council, which he uses to try and steal the Sixth Doctor's remaining regenerations for himself -- so that he can become a full being once again. However, ''on top of this'', the Valeyard also uses the setup of the trial to jack into the computer that records all of time, warp the records, ''and'' setup a death trap to kill off the ''entire Time Lord leadership'' in one blow! Oh, ''and'' this was all set up to begin a coup d'état of the ''entire Time Lord society''! Yeah, he's ''good''.
** All of that, while pretending to be TheDragon for everyone but the Doctor, and everyone but the Doctor being powerless to stop him once they realize his intent.

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* ThePlan: The Valeyard's plan revolves around setting up a trial to frame the Doctor for the illegal actions of the Time Lord High Council, which he uses to try and steal the Sixth Doctor's remaining regenerations for himself -- so that he can become a full being once again. However, ''on top of this'', the Valeyard also uses the setup of the trial to jack into the computer that records all of time, warp the records, ''and'' setup a death trap to kill off the ''entire Time Lord leadership'' in one blow! Oh, ''and'' this was all set up to begin a coup d'état of the ''entire Time Lord society''! Yeah, he's ''good''.
**
''good''. All of that, while pretending to be TheDragon for everyone but the Doctor, and everyone but the Doctor being powerless to stop him once they realize his intent.



* PutOnABus: It's been over 20 years since the Valeyard last appeared in his "am I dead or not" ending.

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* PutOnABus: It's been over 20 30 years since the Valeyard last appeared in his "am I dead or not" ending.



* YourWorstNightmare: For the Doctor.[[/folder]]

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* YourWorstNightmare: For the Doctor.Doctor.
[[/folder]]



--> Played by: David John Pope (1988)

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--> Played by: -> '''Played by:''' David John Pope (1988)



* AprilFools: On April Fools' Day 2010, it was announced that the Kandyman was to be the {{Big Bad}} of {{Creator/Matt Smith}}'s first series as the Doctor!

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* AprilFools: On April Fools' Day 2010, it was announced that the Kandyman was to be the {{Big Bad}} BigBad of {{Creator/Matt Smith}}'s Creator/MattSmith's first series as the Doctor!



* WeaksauceWeakness: Lemonade. [[/folder]]

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* WeaksauceWeakness: Lemonade. Lemonade.
[[/folder]]



-->Played by: Dinsdale Landen (as Dr. Judson) and Tomek Bork (as Captain Sorin) (1989)

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' Dinsdale Landen (as Dr. Judson) and Tomek Bork (as Captain Sorin) (1989)



* EldritchAbomination: Fenric is supposed to have been something from the dawn of time, possibly even earlier.
** The Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse gives us a more accurate identification: ''Hastur'', the Unspeakable One, the Ragged King. YES, ''[[CthulhuMythos that one]]''!

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* EldritchAbomination: Fenric is supposed to have been something from the dawn of time, possibly even earlier.
**
earlier. The Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse gives us a more accurate identification: ''Hastur'', the Unspeakable One, the Ragged King. YES, ''[[CthulhuMythos that one]]''!



-->Played by: Zoë Wanamaker (2005; 2006)

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' Zoë Wanamaker (2005; 2006)



-->Played by: Roger Lloyd-Pack (2006)

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-->Played by: ->'''Played by:''' Roger Lloyd-Pack (2006)



-> ''I am the rage and the vile and the voracity. I am the Prince and the Fallen. I am the Enemy, I am the Sin and the fear and darkness. I shall never die.''

--> Voiced by: Gabriel Woolf (2006)

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-> ''I '''Voiced by:''' Gabriel Woolf (2006)

--> ''"I
am the rage and the vile and the voracity. I am the Prince and the Fallen. I am the Enemy, I am the Sin and the fear and darkness. I shall never die.''

--> Voiced by: Gabriel Woolf (2006)
"''



* YouCannotKillAnIdea: Although the Beast is defeated, it still possesses psychic influence over every being in time and space.[[/folder]]

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* YouCannotKillAnIdea: Although the Beast is defeated, it still possesses psychic influence over every being in time and space.space.
[[/folder]]



->''"There are millions of humans and only four of us. If we are supreme, why are we not victorious? The Cult of Skaro was created by the Emperor for this very purpose. To imagine new ways of survival!"''

-->Voiced by: Nicholas Briggs (20062008)

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->''"There ->'''Voiced by:''' Nicholas Briggs (20062008)

-->''"There
are millions of humans and only four of us. If we are supreme, why are we not victorious? The Cult of Skaro was created by the Emperor for this very purpose. To imagine new ways of survival!"''

-->Voiced by: Nicholas Briggs (20062008)
survival!"''



->''"Dying. Everything dying. The whole of creation was falling apart and I thought there's no point. No point to anything. Not ever."''

-->Played by: Alexandra Moen (2007, 2009)

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->''"Dying.->'''Played by:''' Alexandra Moen (2007, 2009)

-->''"Dying.
Everything dying. The whole of creation was falling apart and I thought there's no point. No point to anything. Not ever."''

-->Played by: Alexandra Moen (2007, 2009)
"''



!! The Midnight Entity (Tenth Doctor)




!! The Midnight Entity (Tenth Doctor)
-> ''It's inside his head. It killed the driver, and the mechanic, and now it wants us. He's waited so long. In the dark, and the cold, and the diamonds. Until you came. Bodies so hot, with blood, and pain.''

--> Played by: Lesley Sharp, Creator/DavidTennant (2008)

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\n!! The Midnight Entity (Tenth Doctor)\n-> ''It's '''Played by:''' Lesley Sharp, Creator/DavidTennant (2008)

--> ''"It's
inside his head. It killed the driver, and the mechanic, and now it wants us. He's waited so long. In the dark, and the cold, and the diamonds. Until you came. Bodies so hot, with blood, and pain.''

--> Played by: Lesley Sharp, Creator/DavidTennant (2008)
"''



->''"Dream Lord. It's in the name, isn't it? Spooky. Not quite there."''

-->Played by: Toby Jones (2010)

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->''"Dream ->'''Played by:''' Creator/TobyJones (2010)

-->''"Dream
Lord. It's in the name, isn't it? Spooky. Not quite there."''

-->Played by: Toby Jones (2010)
"''



->''"Oh Doctor, fooling you once was a joy. But fooling you twice, in the same way? It's a '''privilege'''."''

-->Played by: Frances Barber (2011)

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->''"Oh ->'''Played by:''' Frances Barber (2011)

-->''"Oh
Doctor, fooling you once was a joy. But fooling you twice, in the same way? It's a '''privilege'''."''

-->Played by: Frances Barber (2011)
"''



* ArchEnemy: To the Eleventh Doctor, who she dedicated her life to trying to kill. She's the one behind the EvilPlan in his first two series. Frances Barber even describes her as being the nemesis of Creator/{{MattSmith}}'s Doctor.

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* ArchEnemy: To the Eleventh Doctor, who she dedicated her life to trying to kill. She's the one behind the EvilPlan in his first two series. Frances Barber even describes her as being the nemesis of Creator/{{MattSmith}}'s Creator/MattSmith's Doctor.



-> '''The Doctor:''' You think hatred is beautiful?
-> '''Dalek Prime Minister:''' Perhaps that is why we have never been able to kill you.




--> Voiced by: Creator/NicholasBriggs (2012)

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\n--> Voiced by: -> '''Voiced by:''' Creator/NicholasBriggs (2012)
(2012)

-> '''The Doctor:''' You think hatred is beautiful?
-> '''Dalek Prime Minister:''' Perhaps that is why we have never been able to kill you.



-> ''Good news, boys and girls. [[EvilIsHammy THEY'RE HERE!]]''

-->Played by: Creator/MattSmith (2013)

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-> ''Good ->'''Played by:''' Creator/MattSmith (2013)

--> ''"Good
news, boys and girls. [[EvilIsHammy THEY'RE HERE!]]''

-->Played by: Creator/MattSmith (2013)
'''THEY'RE HERE!'''"''



->''"We will reach the promised land."''

-->Played by: Peter Ferdinando (2014)

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->''"We ->'''Played by:''' Peter Ferdinando (2014)

-->''"We
will reach the promised land."''

-->Played by: Peter Ferdinando (2014)
"''



->''"Isn't this exciting?"''

--> Voiced by: John Sessions (2014)

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->''"Isn't this exciting?"''

--> Voiced by:
->'''Voiced by:''' John Sessions (2014)
(2014)

-->''"Isn't this exciting?"''



-> Played by: Jamie Hill (2014)

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-> Played by: '''Played by:''' Jamie Hill (2014)



->''"iPads? We have Steve Jobs!"''

--> Played by: Chris Addison (2014)

Seb is Missy's [[TheDragon right-hand man,]] often meeting new deceased people when she's too busy. He's known to be sarcastic, affable and enjoys cracking jokes; often at inopportune times. He greeted the officer from The Caretaker and Danny Pink after they both die and "helps" them get acquitted to the "Afterlife" aka the Nethersphere.

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->''"iPads? We have Steve Jobs!"''

--> Played by:
-> '''Played by:''' Chris Addison (2014)

-->''"iPads? We have Creator/SteveJobs!"''

Seb is Missy's [[TheDragon right-hand man,]] man]], often meeting new deceased people when she's too busy. He's known to be sarcastic, affable and enjoys cracking jokes; often at inopportune times. He greeted the officer from The Caretaker and Danny Pink after they both die and "helps" them get acquitted to the "Afterlife" aka the Nethersphere.



->''"Where is the Doctor?"''

--> Played by: Jami Reid-Quarrell (2015)

to:

->''"Where is the Doctor?"''

--> Played by:
-> '''Played by:''' Jami Reid-Quarrell (2015)
(2015)

-->''"Where is the Doctor?"''



--> Played by: Neil Fingleton (2015)\\
Voiced by: Peter Serafinowicz (speaking voice); Corey Taylor (roar) (2015)

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--> Played by: -> '''Played by:''' Neil Fingleton (2015)\\
Voiced by:
(2015)
->'''Voiced by:'''
Peter Serafinowicz (speaking voice); Corey Taylor (roar) (2015)



!! Bonnie the Zygon (Twelfth Doctor)




!! Bonnie the Zygon (Twelfth Doctor)

--> Played by: Creator/JennaColeman and Ingrid Oliver (2015)

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\n!! Bonnie the Zygon (Twelfth Doctor)\n\n--> Played by: '''Played by:''' Creator/JennaColeman and Ingrid Oliver (2015)
9th Dec '16 2:26:21 AM LondonKdS
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* FriendlyEnemy: One-sided. On a few occasions, he has put aside his threats and seriously tried to engage the Doctor in talks of science, philosophy etc. Probably because the Doctor is the only man he's met who is on his level, intelligence wise. The Doctor, however, has nothing but loathing and contempt for him throughout his lives, until the Twelfth Doctor, who's moved to show him kindness and compassion.

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* FriendlyEnemy: One-sided.FriendlyEnemy:
** One-sided with the Doctor and eventually subverted.
On a few occasions, he has put aside his threats and seriously tried to engage the Doctor in talks of science, philosophy etc. Probably because the Doctor is the only man he's met who is on his level, intelligence wise. The Doctor, however, has nothing but loathing and contempt for him throughout his lives, until the Twelfth Doctor, who's moved to show him kindness and compassion.compassion... at which point Davros viciously stabs him in the back having planned the whole thing from the start to take advantage of him.
** After some nasty conflicts over the years (including at least one full-blown war with armies involved), the Daleks and Davros now seem to be on this relationship, with the Daleks recognising that they have some obligations to Davros as their creator and letting him hang out with them, and Davros still openly pursuing his own personal objectives but not blatantly trying to enslave the Daleks in the service of them.
27th Nov '16 10:35:55 AM AndIntroducingALeg
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* {{Blackface}}/{{Yellowface}}: Has white hair, dark skin and epicanthic eyefolds. Though this does not come up in the story, Chen represents a future where racial distinctions do not exist. Even though other human characters appear sans makeup, only the main human baddy.

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* {{Blackface}}/{{Yellowface}}: Has white hair, dark skin and epicanthic eyefolds. Though this does not come up in the story, Chen represents a future where racial distinctions do not exist. Even though other human characters appear sans makeup, only the main human baddy. (Some eyewitness accounts claim that he was actually in ''blue''face. This mind boggles if this is true).
18th Nov '16 10:10:47 PM captainpat
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%%* WomanInBlack:
6th Nov '16 4:29:24 AM greyhairedstickinsect
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* DarkLordOnLifeSupport: In "The Magician's Apprentice" and 'The Witch's Familiar".
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