History Characters / DoctorWhoVillains

6th Feb '16 12:52:55 PM Landis
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-->'''Amy:''' The Doctor ''is'' precious to me, you're right. But do you know what else he is, Madame Kovarian? ''Not here.''
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-->'''Amy:''' The Doctor ''is'' precious to me, you're right. But do you know what else he is, Madame Kovarian? ''Not here.'''' ''[[ElectricTorture *click*]]'' River Song didn't get it all from you, sweetie.
27th Jan '16 10:45:45 AM beeruckzII
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* AIIsACrapshoot: Averted, as he does exactly what he's programmed to do and doesn't revolt against his [[IncrediblyLamePun master.]] But he's still working for a bad guy.

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* ObliviouslyEvil: It could be argued that he's not actually a bad guy as he was created with "evil" intentions, kind of like how a computer virus isn't evil, just it's programmer is.
22nd Jan '16 10:30:02 AM narm00
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* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: "The Witch's Familiar" shows Davros have lost his legs and some of his lower body. He is apparently connected to his chair by a mechanically enhanced spine.
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* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: "The Witch's Familiar" shows Davros have has lost his legs and some of his lower body. He is apparently connected to his chair by a mechanically enhanced spine.

** In "The Witch's Familiar", while talking with the Doctor, he says a man should have somewhere to belong, a home, a people; the implication being that he feels the absence of the Kaleds - albeit for his own nationalist, fascist reasons.
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** In "The Witch's Familiar", while talking with the Doctor, he says a man should have somewhere to belong, a home, a people; people, the implication being that he feels the absence of the Kaleds - albeit for his own nationalist, fascist reasons.
14th Jan '16 5:23:15 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: "The Witch's Familiar" shows Davros have lost his legs and some of his lower body. He is apparently connected to his chair by a mechanically enhanced spine.
8th Jan '16 5:22:56 PM Sagetsu
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* SmallNameBigEgo: As of "Hell Bent", he can't even fall on his laurels anymore, with his attempts at intimidating the soldiers he commanded to execute the Doctor choosing to side with him. --> ''[[DrunkOnTheDarkSide I am Rassilon, the Redeemer! Rassilon the Resurrected! Gallifrey is MINE!]]''
3rd Jan '16 12:06:13 AM FordPrefect
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* ArmourPiercingQuestion: Sec asks his fellow Daleks one in "Daleks in Manhattan" (quoted above), if the Daleks are the supreme beings ''why'' are they so routinely defeated?
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* ArmourPiercingQuestion: Sec asks his fellow Daleks one in "Daleks in Manhattan" (quoted above), above): if the Daleks are the supreme beings beings, ''why'' are they so routinely defeated?
3rd Jan '16 12:02:49 AM FordPrefect
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* TheChessmaster: Borusa is show to even have little chess figurines of the Doctors, companions, and the Master made so he can mess around with them at the beginning of "The Five Doctors". * EldritchAbomination: What the Time Lord views him, as the Possibility Engine.
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* TheChessmaster: Borusa is show shown to even have little chess figurines of the Doctors, companions, and the Master made so he can mess around with them at the beginning of "The Five Doctors". * EldritchAbomination: What How the Time Lord views Lords view him, as the Possibility Engine.

* TheNthDoctor: As seen above he's played by a number of actors. Goes with being a Time Lord.
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* TheNthDoctor: As seen above above, he's played by a number of actors. Goes with being a Time Lord.
2nd Jan '16 11:55:37 PM FordPrefect
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* MadScientist: Sealing tiny little mutant omnicidal maniacs into a personal tank can't be anything but mad.
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* MadScientist: Sealing tiny little mutant omnicidal maniacs into a personal tank tanks can't be anything but mad.
2nd Jan '16 11:53:12 PM FordPrefect
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* FreudianExcuse: Throughout the series, it's implied that Davros' violent insanity comes from [[WarIsHell his experiences in the Thousand Year War.]] "The Witch's Familiar" explores this further(see UsedToBeASweetKid).
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* FreudianExcuse: Throughout the series, it's implied that Davros' violent insanity comes from [[WarIsHell his experiences in the Thousand Year War.]] "The Witch's Familiar" explores this further(see further (see UsedToBeASweetKid).
2nd Jan '16 11:50:59 PM FordPrefect
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* BadassNormal: While "normal" is not a word that could best be used to describe someone like Davros, his genius is on-par with the Doctor's despite coming from a planet that's only barely above Earth's technology. At their height, his creations--the Daleks--rival [[SufficientlyAdvancedAliens the Time Lords]].
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* BadassNormal: While "normal" is not a the best word that could best be used to describe someone like Davros, his genius is on-par with the Doctor's despite coming from a planet that's only barely above Earth's technology. At their height, his creations--the Daleks--rival [[SufficientlyAdvancedAliens the Time Lords]].
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