History Recap / DoctorWhoS3E7TheCelestialToymaker

17th Mar '18 8:08:52 AM AmuckCricetine
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* {{Yellowface}}: The Toymaker is a borderline example, in that Michael Gough dressed as a mandarin and adopted the title of "Celestial", a word that the English associated with Chinese culture. But he did not adopt a Chinese-sounding accent or wear makeup.

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* {{Yellowface}}: The Toymaker is a borderline example, in that Michael Gough Creator/MichaelGough dressed as a mandarin and adopted the title of "Celestial", a word that the English associated with Chinese culture. But he did not adopt a Chinese-sounding accent or wear makeup.
18th Feb '18 2:35:08 PM BardicKnowledge
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* HumanoidAbomination: The Toymaker resembles a middle-aged white man dressed in Mandarin robes who engages in silly, over-sized versions of board games and toys. He however controls his own universe and has vast powers over time and space. In the ExpandedUniverse, he is a Crystal Guardian of the Six-Fold Guardian of Time (who wouldn't appear or be mentioned properly until the Fourth Doctor's run, with the White and Black Guardians).

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* HumanoidAbomination: The Toymaker resembles a middle-aged white man dressed in Mandarin robes who engages in silly, over-sized versions of board games and toys. He however controls his own universe and has vast powers over time and space. In the ExpandedUniverse, he is a the Crystal Guardian of the Six-Fold Guardian of Time (who wouldn't appear or be mentioned properly until the Fourth Doctor's run, with the White and Black Guardians).
18th Feb '18 2:34:48 PM BardicKnowledge
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* HumanoidAbomination: The Toymaker resembles a middle-aged white man dressed in Mandarin robes who engages in silly, over-sized versions of board games and toys. He however controls his own universe and has vast powers over time and space.

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* HumanoidAbomination: The Toymaker resembles a middle-aged white man dressed in Mandarin robes who engages in silly, over-sized versions of board games and toys. He however controls his own universe and has vast powers over time and space. In the ExpandedUniverse, he is a Crystal Guardian of the Six-Fold Guardian of Time (who wouldn't appear or be mentioned properly until the Fourth Doctor's run, with the White and Black Guardians).
6th Nov '17 2:18:27 PM VenomousSeal
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* NewRulesAsThePlotDemands: What Steven accuses Cyril of doing during the hop scotch game.
1st Oct '17 11:51:19 PM PaulA
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A reconstruction[[note]]a fan-made attempt to "recreate" missing episodes using surviving footage, [[http://www.recons.com/glossary/telesnaps.htm telesnaps]] and other sources[[/note]] can be watched [[http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x1mcib_matrixarchive_the-celestial-toymaker/1 here.]] It includes Episode 4, the only one remaining.
30th Sep '17 4:51:41 AM PaulA
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* HumanoidAbomination: The Toymaker resembles a middle-aged white man dressed in Mandarin robes who engages in silly, over-sized versions of board games and toys. He however controls his own universe and has vast powers over time and space. In one Expanded Universe novel, he is depicted more horribly and is outright stated to be using the powers of [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos the Great Old Ones]].

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* HumanoidAbomination: The Toymaker resembles a middle-aged white man dressed in Mandarin robes who engages in silly, over-sized versions of board games and toys. He however controls his own universe and has vast powers over time and space. In one Expanded Universe novel, he is depicted more horribly and is outright stated to be using the powers of [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos the Great Old Ones]].
1st Aug '17 2:14:05 PM ZarbiNerada
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* {{Whammy}}: The Go-Back-To-Start in the hopscotch game could be this if one was so close to winning.
10th May '17 11:31:13 AM goldenroad
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* TowersOfHanoi: The Doctor is challenged to solve a 10-disc version of the Towers of Hanoi, known as The Trilogic Game. The Doctor realises that the Toymaker's world will vanish once he makes the last move, [[spoiler: so he finishes it inside the TARDIS]].

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* TowersOfHanoi: The Doctor is challenged to solve a 10-disc version of the Towers of Hanoi, known as The Trilogic Game. The Doctor realises realizes that the Toymaker's world will vanish once he makes the last move, [[spoiler: so he finishes it inside the TARDIS]].TARDIS.
9th May '17 8:55:13 PM bowserbros
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The one with the n-word.
12th Apr '17 4:57:53 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* EnfanteTerrible: Cyril is what [[Literature/{{Greyfriars Billy Bunter]] would be if he were the Toymaker's slave. He crosses the MoralEventHorizon when he attempts to trip Steven and Dodo up so they get a lethal shock from the hopscotch floor. However, he gets HoistByHisOwnPetard.

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* EnfanteTerrible: Cyril is what [[Literature/{{Greyfriars [[Literature/{{Greyfriars}} Billy Bunter]] would be if he were the Toymaker's slave. He crosses the MoralEventHorizon when he attempts to trip Steven and Dodo up so they get a lethal shock from the hopscotch floor. However, he gets HoistByHisOwnPetard.
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