History Characters / DoctorWhoVillains

23rd Apr '17 8:26:12 AM LISBOAH
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* {{Hyppocrite}}: After two episodes questioning Sec's orders and eventually betraying him, the other tree have the nerve saying that ''Daleks do not question orders'' after the human Daleks question their orders.

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* {{Hyppocrite}}: {{Hypocrite}}: After two episodes questioning Sec's orders and eventually betraying him, the other tree have the nerve saying that ''Daleks do not question orders'' after the human Daleks question their orders.
23rd Apr '17 8:25:31 AM LISBOAH
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* {{Hyppocrite}}: After two episodes questioning Sec's orders and eventually betraying him, the other tree have the nerve saying that ''Daleks do not question orders'' after the human Daleks question their orders.
21st Apr '17 1:18:09 PM Stranrep
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* HeWhoFightsMonsters: He started as a WellIntentionedExtremist, trying to promote and protect his race. He ended as an OmnicidalManiac, trying to save himself and his race at the cost of the universe. The ExpandedUniverse explains that his fall occurred a long time ago, the Time War just finished it.

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* HeWhoFightsMonsters: He started as a WellIntentionedExtremist, trying to promote improve and protect his race. He ended as an OmnicidalManiac, trying to save himself and his race at the cost of the universe. The ExpandedUniverse explains that his fall occurred a long time ago, the Time War just finished it.
17th Apr '17 8:49:59 AM SorPepita
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* AntiVillain: Wants to help humanity.... by bringing about technological developments centuries before humans are ready for them.

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* AntiVillain: Wants to help humanity....humanity... by bringing about technological developments centuries before humans are ready for them.



** For a long time it was believed that the blast also [[EyelessFace burned away his eyes]], but according to "The Witch's Familiar", he still has his original eyes, it's just very, ''very'' hard to tell given how badly his face has been damaged. We also get to see Davros out of the chair...and he stops at the stomach. We see his spine.

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** For a long time it was believed that the blast also [[EyelessFace burned away his eyes]], but according to "The Witch's Familiar", he still has his original eyes, it's just very, ''very'' hard to tell given how badly his face has been damaged. We also get to see Davros out of the chair... and he stops at the stomach. We see his spine.



* StalkerWithACrush: He quite clearly has the creepy kind of hots for Peri, doing things like chloroforming her, stroking her face while she's unconscious, and carrying her around in his arms (again, unconscious) while whispering "so beautiful...so beautiful...". The fact that he also dresses entirely in black leather really doesn't help.

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* StalkerWithACrush: He quite clearly has the creepy kind of hots for Peri, doing things like chloroforming her, stroking her face while she's unconscious, and carrying her around in his arms (again, unconscious) while whispering "so beautiful... so beautiful...". The fact that he also dresses entirely in black leather really doesn't help.



* NotSoAboveItAll: There is a golden moment where he's lecturing the Doctor in his typical dour manner, even explicitly stating that he "wishes not to be contaminated by [the Doctor's] whims and idiosyncracies." ...when Glitz tries to participate in the conversation, the Valeyard teleports directly behind him for the explicit purpose of insulting him in a rather comedic way. Then again, his compulsion to out-cool adult male companions and recurring characters was always one of the Doctor's character flaws...

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* NotSoAboveItAll: There is a golden moment where he's lecturing the Doctor in his typical dour manner, even explicitly stating that he "wishes not to be contaminated by [the Doctor's] whims and idiosyncracies." ... when Glitz tries to participate in the conversation, the Valeyard teleports directly behind him for the explicit purpose of insulting him in a rather comedic way. Then again, his compulsion to out-cool adult male companions and recurring characters was always one of the Doctor's character flaws...



* StopCopyingMe: Played for maximum horror. First it repeats you, then it mimics your words ''in perfect sync''....and then it starts talking ahead of you.

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* StopCopyingMe: Played for maximum horror. First it repeats you, then it mimics your words ''in perfect sync''....sync''... and then it starts talking ahead of you.



* TheDreaded

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* TheDreadedTheDreaded: It's basically death personified.



* IntangibleMan

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* IntangibleManIntangibleMan: Weapons can't touch it.



* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler: Due to the TimeyWimeyBall nature of his two-part episode, the Doctor and Clara arrive on Earth in 2119 to be attacked by his ghostly minions, which prompts the Doctor to go back to 1980 and fight and ''kill'' him in that timeline, then hide in the Fisher Kings own coffin when he is buried at sea and come back in 2119 the long way; the ghosts were accidentally activated by the humans who found said coffin but the Fisher King was never truly a threat because he had been killed long ago... FromACertainPointOfView]].

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* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler: Due to the TimeyWimeyBall nature of his two-part episode, the Doctor and Clara arrive on Earth in 2119 to be attacked by his ghostly minions, which prompts the Doctor to go back to 1980 and fight and ''kill'' him in that timeline, then hide in the Fisher Kings King's own coffin when he is buried at sea and come back in 2119 the long way; the ghosts were accidentally activated by the humans who found said coffin but the Fisher King was never truly a threat because he had been killed long ago... FromACertainPointOfView]].






* FluffyTheTerrible: Yes, the leader of a Zygon uprising is named....Bonnie!

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* FluffyTheTerrible: Yes, the leader of a Zygon uprising is named....named... Bonnie!
17th Apr '17 8:31:48 AM SorPepita
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* EpicFail: Her assassin River Song not only rebels, but almost destroys the universe trying to prevent the Doctor's death. Not to mention her NiceJobFixingItVillain.

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* EpicFail: Her assassin River Song not only rebels, but almost destroys the universe ''the universe'' trying to prevent the Doctor's death. Not to mention her NiceJobFixingItVillain.
17th Apr '17 7:14:38 AM Dragon101
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* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler: Due to the TimeyWimeyBall nature of his two-part episode, the Doctor and Clara arrive on Earth in 2119 to be attacked by his ghostly minions, which prompts the Doctor to go back to 1980 and fight and ''kill'' him in that timeline, then hide in the Fisher Kings own coffin when he is buried at sea and come back in 2119 the long way; the ghosts were accidentally activated by the humans who found said coffin but the Fisher King was never truly a threat because he had been killed long ago... FromACertainPointOfView]].
13th Apr '17 8:53:38 AM TywinIsGod
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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Sec is choleric and is the leader, Caan is melancholic as he only says one line in Doomsay then reflects after the time war that the Daleks are an abomination, Thay is sanguine due to being very vocal about his opinions and prone to mistakes such as identifying first to the Cybermen, and Jast is phlegmatic as he is reserved and the last to betray Sec.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Sec is choleric and is the leader, Caan is reflective melancholic despite being the leader as he only says one line in Doomsay then reflects after is the time war that first to be open-minded to humanity, Caan is choleric as he is the first to rebel and persuade the other two Daleks are an abomination, to follow his lead against Dalek Sec, Thay is sanguine due to being very vocal about his opinions and prone to mistakes such as identifying first to the Cybermen, and Jast is phlegmatic as he is reserved and the last to betray Sec.
13th Apr '17 3:00:46 AM Fyrefly19
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* MookMaker: Son of Mine is creates a legion of soldier by animating the scarecrows scattered around the village.

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* MookMaker: Son of Mine is creates a legion of soldier soldiers by animating the scarecrows scattered around the village.



* 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. This probably explains their weird habit of sniffing loudly.

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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 his scent. This probably explains their weird habit of sniffing loudly.
13th Apr '17 2:55:13 AM Fyrefly19
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[[folder:Lucy Saxon]]
!!Lucy Saxon (Tenth Doctor)
[[quoteright:203:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/misssaxon_6424.jpg]]
->'''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."''

The Master's wife in "The Sound of Drums", "Last of the Time Lords" and returning for an encore in "The End of Time". She was his "faithful companion" until she shot him, after Francine Jones and Jack Harkness were stopped trying to do so by the Doctor.

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[[folder:Lucy Saxon]]
!!Lucy Saxon
[[folder: The Family of Blood]]
!! The Family of Blood
(Tenth Doctor)
[[quoteright:203:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/misssaxon_6424.jpg]]
->'''Played
->'''Son of Mine played by:''' Alexandra Moen (2007, 2009)

-->''"Dying. Everything dying. The whole
Harry Lloyd
->'''Mother
of creation was falling apart Mine played by:''' Rebekah Staton
->'''Father of Mine played by''' Gerard Horan
->'''Daughter of Mine played by:''' Lauren Wilson

A family of gaseous aliens who hunted the Doctor
and I thought there's no point. No point to anything. Not ever."''

The Master's wife in "The Sound of Drums", "Last of the Time Lords"
Martha throughout time and returning for an encore in "The End of Time". She was his "faithful companion" until she shot him, space. They could only survive by possessing body after Francine Jones body in short period bursts, and Jack Harkness were stopped trying as such sought to do so by steal the Doctor.Doctor's regenerative immortality.


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* AliensAreBastards: The Family are extremely sadistic. They murder, taunt their victims, bombard a village of civilians with missiles to draw the Doctor out and, after their objective is complete, they'll take over the galaxy starting with the Earth.
* ArcVillain: Of the "Human Nature" and "Family of Blood" two-parter.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: They hounded the Doctor across all of time and space to gain his immortality. In the end, the Doctor gave them exactly that and more, [[IronicHell just not how they expected...]]
* CharacterTic: All four of them share the habit of taking unusually sharp sniffs. Son of Mine in particular tends to speak sentences in a rapid-fire fashion, [[RuleofThree typically in threes]].
* CreepyChild: Daughter of Mine stares people down with unsettling blank expression. And she's no less dangerous than the other three, as shown when she disintegrates Headmaster Rocastle.
* 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.
* TheDreaded: Initially it speaks volumes to their level of danger in the lengths the Doctor went to run from them, by disguising himself as human and hiding in 1913 England to throw them off the trail. And even then, the Family ''still'' found him. Though as the Family learns, the Doctor wasn't running because he was scared: that was his way of [[CruelMercy being kind]].
* FamilyThemeNaming: Each of them are known by their position in a traditional family followed by the possessive pronoun "Of Mine."
* FateWorseThanDeath: At the end of the two-parter the Family is subjected to the [[TranquilFury fury of a Time Lord]], and he punishes them by giving them the immortality they wished for in the most awful way imaginable. The Doctor binds Father of Mine in chains forged within the heart of a dwarf star, traps Mother of Mine in the event horizon of an imploding galaxy, and imprisons Daughter of Mine inside ''every'' mirror in existence. Son of Mine's punishment is particularly fitting, in that he is suspended as one of the very scarecrows he animated to watch over England for all of time.
* LargeHam: It's a Christmas hamper of ham with this family. Father, Mother and Son of Mine are prone to SuddenlyShouting and Son shows off many horrific [[SlasherSmile Slasher Smiles]].
* MookMaker: Son of Mine is creates a legion of soldier by animating the scarecrows scattered around the village.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: C'mon, The Family of ''Blood''?
* 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. This probably explains their weird habit of sniffing loudly.
* {{Telepathy}}: Are able to communicate with each other this way, indicated by a green glow on their faces.
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[[folder:Lucy Saxon]]
!!Lucy Saxon (Tenth Doctor)
[[quoteright:203:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/misssaxon_6424.jpg]]
->'''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."''

The Master's wife in "The Sound of Drums", "Last of the Time Lords" and returning for an encore in "The End of Time". She was his "faithful companion" until she shot him, after Francine Jones and Jack Harkness were stopped trying to do so by the Doctor.
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11th Apr '17 5:48:51 AM Sinister_Sandwich
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** And note that these were both from the era of the Eleventh Doctor, who, due to the War Doctor, is the ''twelfth'' incarnation of the Doctor.
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