History Recap / DoctorWhoS13E3PyramidsOfMars

15th Oct '17 4:25:41 AM ClintEastwood
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* ColdBloodedTorture / AgonyBeam: Done to the Doctor, courtesy of Sutekh.

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* ColdBloodedTorture / AgonyBeam: ColdBloodedTorture[=/=]AgonyBeam: Done to the Doctor, courtesy of Sutekh.Sutekh.
* ColdHam: Sutekh manages to out-ham Creator/TomBaker without ever raising his voice above a malevolent whisper.
2nd Oct '17 12:10:07 AM PaulA
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* AdaptationExpansion: The novelisation has a prologue detailing Sutekh's imprisonment and an epilogue with Sarah on Earth researching the events of the story in a newspaper cutting, set after her departure.



* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: The novelisation makes it clear that Sutekh is so powerful, that if he gets loose, not even the full power of the Time Lords will be able to stop him. It took the combined efforts of seven hundred and forty one of his fellow Phaester Osirians to imprison him the first time - Sutekh is ''that'' powerful.



* ApocalypseHow: In the serial, Sutekh is threatening a Class 6 (Planetary-scale Total Extinction of all life of any kind. The planet is left as a lifeless husk.) to Earth if he gets loose. In the novelisation it's made clear ''every'' lifeform in the universe will be annihilated if he escapes.

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* ApocalypseHow: In the serial, Sutekh is threatening a Class 6 (Planetary-scale Total Extinction of all life of any kind. The planet is left as a lifeless husk.) to Earth if he gets loose. In the novelisation it's made clear ''every'' lifeform in the universe will be annihilated if he escapes.



* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: The Doctor tells Sarah that unless they stop Sutekh, this is what will happen, showing her an apocalyptic future as proof. The novelisation goes a stage further saying that Sutekh will wipe out every living thing in the universe and not even the Time Lords will be able to stop him.
* EverybodysDeadDave: Only the Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith survive among the characters with lines. (There are a couple of non-speaking servants with Marcus when he enters the tomb at the start who might have got away alive.). The novelisation makes it clear that this will be the fate of the entire universe if they fail as not even the Time Lords are powerful enough to stop a free Sutekh.

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* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: The Doctor tells Sarah that unless they stop Sutekh, this is what will happen, showing her an apocalyptic future as proof. The novelisation goes a stage further saying that Sutekh will wipe out every living thing in the universe and not even the Time Lords will be able to stop him.
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* EverybodysDeadDave: Only the Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith survive among the characters with lines. (There are a couple of non-speaking servants with Marcus when he enters the tomb at the start who might have got away alive.). The novelisation makes it clear that this will be the fate of the entire universe if they fail as not even the Time Lords are powerful enough to stop a free Sutekh.)



* KillEmAll: Outside the Doctor and Sarah, no-one else makes it out of the serial alive. Except a bit-part and he only survives because he's in ''Egypt'' while the action takes place in England. The novelisation states that this character is killed off-screen by cultist henchmen later.

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* KillEmAll: Outside the Doctor and Sarah, no-one else makes it out of the serial alive. Except a bit-part and he only survives because he's in ''Egypt'' while the action takes place in England. The novelisation states that this character is killed off-screen by cultist henchmen later.
6th Sep '17 4:40:00 PM Exxolon
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* ApocalypseHow: In the serial, Sutekh is threatening a Class 6 (Planetary-scale Total Extinction of all life of any kind. The planet is left as a lifeless husk.) to Earth if he gets loose. In the novelisation it's made clear ''every'' lifeform in the universe will be annihilated if he escapes.
6th Sep '17 4:35:35 PM Exxolon
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* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: The Doctor tells Sarah that unless they stop Sutekh, this is what will happen, showing her an apocalyptic future as proof.

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* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: The Doctor tells Sarah that unless they stop Sutekh, this is what will happen, showing her an apocalyptic future as proof. The novelisation goes a stage further saying that Sutekh will wipe out every living thing in the universe and not even the Time Lords will be able to stop him.
6th Sep '17 4:34:09 PM Exxolon
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* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Sutekh is so powerful that if he gets loose, not even the full power of the Time Lords will be able to stop him. It took the combined efforts of seven hundred and forty one of his fellow Phaester Osirians to imprison him the first time - Sutekh is ''that'' powerful.

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* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: The novelisation makes it clear that Sutekh is so powerful powerful, that if he gets loose, not even the full power of the Time Lords will be able to stop him. It took the combined efforts of seven hundred and forty one of his fellow Phaester Osirians to imprison him the first time - Sutekh is ''that'' powerful.
24th Aug '17 2:04:55 PM nighttrainfm
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24th Aug '17 2:04:31 PM nighttrainfm
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* BrickJoke: Sarah Jane tells the Doctor if he's unhappy at UNIT he can always just resign. The Tenth Doctor Era, reveals he never did, so he's still on UNIT's payroll.

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* BrickJoke: Sarah Jane tells the Doctor if he's unhappy at UNIT he can always just resign. The Tenth Doctor Era, era reveals he never did, so he's still on UNIT's payroll.



* CainAndAbel: Lawrence is killed by his possessed brother Marcus when trying to break the control. Sutekh associates the connection with Horus being brother of Sutekh. (He is known as Horus' EvilUncle, although apparently the youngest brother of Sutekh was an aspect of Horus.)

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* CainAndAbel: CainAndAbel:
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Lawrence is killed by his possessed brother Marcus when trying to break the control. Sutekh associates the connection with Horus being brother of Sutekh. (He is known as Horus' EvilUncle, although apparently the youngest brother of Sutekh was an aspect of Horus.)
24th Aug '17 2:04:01 PM nighttrainfm
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* TimeyWimeyBall: The Doctor show Sarah Jane how time has its alternatives. Even though Sarah Jane is from 1980 and knows the world wasn't destroyed in 1911 by Sutekh, the Doctor takes her to 1980 and shows Earth has been destroyed as they didn't stop Sutekh escaping. This is partly accounted for, the Doctor says individuals can shape the future but only powerful beings like Sutekh can destroy it.

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* TimeyWimeyBall: The Doctor show Sarah Jane how time has its alternatives. Even though Sarah Jane is from 1980 and knows the world wasn't destroyed in 1911 by Sutekh, the Doctor takes her to 1980 and shows Earth has been destroyed as they didn't stop Sutekh escaping. This is partly accounted for, for: the Doctor says individuals can shape the future but only powerful beings like Sutekh can destroy it.



* WaybackTrip: Sarah-Jane argues that she ''knows'' the Earth wasn't destroyed in 1915, given she's from 1980. The Doctor responds by taking her to 1980, which is now a wasteland.

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* WaybackTrip: Sarah-Jane argues that she ''knows'' the Earth wasn't destroyed in 1915, given she's from 1980. The Doctor responds by taking her to 1980, which is now a wasteland. Unless they stop Sutekh, the 1980 Sarah knows will never have existed.
21st Jun '17 5:20:23 PM MGD107
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* AncientEvil: Sutekh, Last of the Osirans. At the time, the Doctor describes him as the worst threat he has ever faced, the greatest time of peril in the history of the Earth, and given his awakening would have rendered the planet a barren wasteland before he spread across the universe to kill everything, his concern was very much justified.



* EldritchAbomination: Sutekh, Last of the Osirans. At the time, the Doctor describes him as the worst threat he has ever faced, the greatest time of peril in the history of the Earth, and given his awakening would have rendered the planet a barren wasteland before he spread across the universe to kill everything, his concern was very much justified.
27th May '17 8:32:05 PM JackG
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-->'''Laurence''': Are you telling me you don't know what

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-->'''Laurence''': Are you telling me you don't know what what--
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