History Recap / DoctorWhoS12E4GenesisOfTheDaleks

23rd May '16 8:58:37 AM Silverblade2
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* AbsoluteXenophobe: Take a wild guess[[note]][[CaptainObvious The Daleks for those of you who don't know, though Davros isn't far behind them in terms of Xenophobia, either!]][[/note]]

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* AbsoluteXenophobe: Take a wild guess[[note]][[CaptainObvious The Daleks for those of you who don't know, though Davros isn't far behind them in terms of Xenophobia, either!]][[/note]]either!
5th Dec '15 3:13:39 AM morenohijazo
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* PostApocalypticGasmask: The lands outside the sheltered cities of the Kaleds and the Thals has become so toxic from their war that their soldiers have to wear gasmasks to survive in the open.
4th Dec '15 9:52:59 AM gojira96
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* BlatantLies: Davros claims the Daleks' guns are for self-defense.


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* HeelFaceTurn: Practically every character that turns out to be a good guy starts of pretty ambiguously.


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* RhetoricalQuestionBlunder: PlayedForDrama when the Doctor asks Davros if he would release a virus that would end all life [[OmnicidalManiac and Davros gleefully replies that he would.]]
12th Oct '15 9:48:11 AM JulietF2
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* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: Davros has a particularly developed case, which gives the fact that he does not foresee the Daleks' betrayal of him coming a nice sense of irony.

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* ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: Davros has a particularly developed case, which gives the fact that he does not foresee the Daleks' betrayal of him coming a nice sense of irony.
20th Sep '15 1:01:27 PM Silverblade2
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One of very few serials not to involve the TARDIS even by implication: the Doctor and companions arrive by transmat beam, and leave by Time Ring. Also one of ''the'' most consequential Classic serials ever, both in making Davros a pivotal figure of future Classic Dalek-related stories, and in laying the moral-dilemma groundwork for such New Series adventures as "The Stolen Earth"/"Journey's End" and "The Magician's Apprentice"/"The Witch's Familiar".

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One of very few serials not to involve the TARDIS even by implication: the Doctor and companions arrive by transmat beam, and leave by Time Ring. Also one of ''the'' most consequential Classic serials ever, both in making Davros a pivotal figure of future Classic Dalek-related stories, and in laying the moral-dilemma groundwork for such New Series adventures as "The Stolen Earth"/"Journey's End" and "The Magician's Apprentice"/"The Witch's Familiar".
Ring.
20th Sep '15 8:55:13 AM Sharlee
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One of very few serials not to involve the TARDIS even by implication: the Doctor and companions arrive by transmat beam, and leave by Time Ring. Also one of ''the'' most consequential Classic serials ever, both in making Davros a pivotal figure of future Classic Dalek-related stories, and in laying the moral-dilemma groundwork for such New Series adventures as "Journey's End" and "The Magician's Apprentice".

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One of very few serials not to involve the TARDIS even by implication: the Doctor and companions arrive by transmat beam, and leave by Time Ring. Also one of ''the'' most consequential Classic serials ever, both in making Davros a pivotal figure of future Classic Dalek-related stories, and in laying the moral-dilemma groundwork for such New Series adventures as "Journey's "The Stolen Earth"/"Journey's End" and "The Magician's Apprentice".
Apprentice"/"The Witch's Familiar".
20th Sep '15 8:53:39 AM Sharlee
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One of very few serials not to involve the TARDIS even by implication: the Doctor and companions arrive by transmat beam, and leave by Time Ring. Also one of the most pivotal Classic episodes in its influence on future storylines, both in making Davros a pivotal figure of future Classic Dalek-related stories and in laying the moral-dilemma foundation the New Series adventures of "Journey's End" and "The Magician's Apprentice".

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One of very few serials not to involve the TARDIS even by implication: the Doctor and companions arrive by transmat beam, and leave by Time Ring. Also one of the ''the'' most pivotal consequential Classic episodes in its influence on future storylines, serials ever, both in making Davros a pivotal figure of future Classic Dalek-related stories stories, and in laying the moral-dilemma foundation the groundwork for such New Series adventures of as "Journey's End" and "The Magician's Apprentice".
20th Sep '15 8:52:17 AM Sharlee
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One of very few serials not to involve the TARDIS even by implication: the Doctor and companions arrive by transmat beam, and leave by Time Ring.

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One of very few serials not to involve the TARDIS even by implication: the Doctor and companions arrive by transmat beam, and leave by Time Ring.
Ring. Also one of the most pivotal Classic episodes in its influence on future storylines, both in making Davros a pivotal figure of future Classic Dalek-related stories and in laying the moral-dilemma foundation the New Series adventures of "Journey's End" and "The Magician's Apprentice".
20th Sep '15 2:55:19 AM Silverblade2
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** This [[spoiler:comes back to haunt The Twelfth Doctor ''big time'' when he does meet Davros as a child in "The Magician's Apprentice"... and tries to kill him. That very quote gets a CallBack.]]
19th Sep '15 7:50:12 PM wittylibrarian
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** This [[spoiler:comes back to haunt The Twelfth Doctor ''big time'' when he does meet Davros as a child in "The Magician's Apprentice"... and tries to kill him. That very quote gets a CallBack.]]
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