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* BadassGay: [[spoiler:"You should never turn your back on an angry Pole!"]]


* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler:It's not much, but he doesn't hesitate to shield his students from a ''massive dragon'' that just appeared in his office, but he predictably gets killed instantly.]]

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* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler:It's not much, but he doesn't hesitate to shield his students from a ''massive dragon'' that just appeared in his office, but though he predictably gets killed instantly.suffers a gruesome fate.]]


* AlienAmongUs: More like, Alien Among Aliens Among Us. Since Zygons, another race of shapeshifters, [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor]] are protected on Earth, Ballon disguises himself as one to escape justice.

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* AlienAmongUs: More like, Alien Among Aliens Among Us. Since Zygons, another race of shapeshifters, [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor]] [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor are protected on Earth, Earth]], Ballon disguises himself as one to escape justice.


* CruelAndUnusualDeath: [[spoiler:Graphically skinned alive by a giant alien dragon.]]
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler:It's not much, but he doesn't hesitate to shield his students from a ''massive dragon'' that just appeared in his office, but he predictably gets killed instantly.]]



* OmniscientCouncilOfVagueness: They're a mysterious, clandestine organisation of powerful individuals, but the details of their plan [[spoiler:regarding the Weeping Angels]] may never be revealed.



* RedHerring: He has nothing to do with the giant killer dragons rampaging around Coal Hill, and in fact gets killed by one. However, his appearance seems to foreshadow the Board of Governors. Miss Quill even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] that after the more pressing business with the dragons, no one even cares to ask about the Inspector being a RidiculouslyHumanRobot.



* AlienAmongUs: More like, Alien Among Aliens Among Us. Since Zygons, another race of shapeshifters, [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor]] are protected on Earth, Ballon disguises himself as one to escape justice.



* TemporaryLoveInterest: [[spoiler: To Quill, who sleeps with him to celebrate the 'victory' of the Arn's removal. He dies at the end of the episode.]]

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* TemporaryLoveInterest: [[spoiler: To Quill, who sleeps with him to celebrate the 'victory' of the Arn's removal. He dies at the end of the episode.episode, but it turns out he impregnated her beforehand. ]]

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* DarkIsEvil; They are a genocidal race of aliens that can turn into living shadows.


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* DarkIsEvil: Naturally as the EvilOverlord of the Shadow Kin.


* RestrainingBolt: She has a parasite in her head that will kill her if she fails to serve and protect Charlie or uses a weapon. [[spoiler: Though not any more...]]

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* RestrainingBolt: She has a parasite called an Arn (which kinda looks like [[MixAndMatchCritters a cross between a naked mole rat and a lizard]]) in her head that will kill her if she fails to serve and protect Charlie or uses a weapon. [[spoiler: Though not any more...]]


* MysteriousTeachersLounge: Their room in Coal Hill, [[spoiler: which appears to be BiggerOnTheInside.]]



* MysteriousTeachersLounge: Their room in Coal Hill, [[spoiler: which appears to be BiggerOnTheInside.]]

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* PaterFamilicide: While drunk and depressed, he tried to kill himself, Jackie and April by deliberately crashing a car. They all survived, but Jackie ended up paralysed from the waist down and he went to prison for attempted murder.


->'''Played by:''' Katherine Kelly (2016–present)

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->'''Played by:''' Katherine Kelly (2016–present)
(2016)



->'''Played by:''' Greg Austin (2016–present)

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->'''Played by:''' Greg Austin (2016–present)
(2016)



->'''Played by:''' Fady Elsayed (2016–present)

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->'''Played by:''' Fady Elsayed (2016–present)
(2016)



->'''Played by:''' Sophie Hopkins (2016–present)

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->'''Played by:''' Sophie Hopkins (2016–present)
(2016)



->'''Played by:''' Vivian Oparah (2016–present)

An academic prodigy who, despite being 14, skipped several grades and is in sixth form with the rest of the teenaged cast.

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->'''Played by:''' Vivian Oparah (2016–present)

(2016)

An academic prodigy who, despite being at 14, skipped several grades and is in sixth form with the rest of the teenaged cast.



* BlackAndNerdy: Clever enough to skip two years, great at physics and calls A Level maths 'ridiculously easy'. Ram calls her a 'ridiculous nerd'.

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* BlackAndNerdy: Clever enough to skip two three years, great at physics and calls A Level maths 'ridiculously easy'. Ram calls her a 'ridiculous nerd'.



->'''Played by:''' Jordan Renzo (2016–present)

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->'''Played by:''' Jordan Renzo (2016–present)
(2016)



%%->'''Played by:''' Cyril Nri (2016–present)

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%%->'''Played by:''' Cyril Nri (2016–present)(2016)



->'''Played by:''' Shannon Murray (2016-present)

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->'''Played by:''' Shannon Murray (2016-present)
(2016)



->'''Played by:''' Con O'Neil (2016–present)

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->'''Played by:''' Con O'Neil (2016–present)
(2016)



->'''Played by:''' Paul Marc Davies (2016–present)

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->'''Played by:''' Paul Marc Davies (2016–present)
(2016)

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* LoopholeAbuse: While the parasite in her brain forces her to protect Charlie and never use a weapon, she's more than capable of finding ways around both those things.


-->See [[Characters/TwelfthDoctor here]] for his tropes.

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-->See [[Characters/TwelfthDoctor [[Characters/DoctorWhoTwelfthDoctor here]] for his tropes.


* BewareTheNiceOnes: Gets angry and snaps during the prom scene, when no one will listen to her warnings about the Shadow Kin. And then theres the whole sword wielding thing...

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Gets angry and snaps during the prom scene, when no one will listen to her warnings about the Shadow Kin. And then theres there's the whole sword wielding thing...


* MadeASlave: She committed a serious crime (although it is not said what the crime was) and serving Charlie is her punishment. How justified this is zigzagged over the series. As Tanya points out, slavery is morally wrong and the legal system punishing Quill is defunct. On the other hand, Quill was a terrorist and war criminal, and the viewer has little information as to the gravity of what she did, though Charlie's insistence that they were ‘terrorist acts’ partnered with Quill's temperament lends to the impression they were fairly heinous.

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* MadeASlave: She committed a serious crime (although it is not said what the crime was) and serving Charlie is her punishment. How The series zigzags how justified this is zigzagged over the series.is. As Tanya points out, slavery is morally wrong and the legal system punishing Quill is defunct. On the other hand, Quill was a terrorist and war criminal, and the viewer has little information as to the gravity of what she did, though Charlie's insistence that they were ‘terrorist acts’ partnered with Quill's temperament lends to the impression they were fairly heinous.

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* HowDareYouDieOnMe: Desperately misses her father, enough to draw the Lankin through the rift and empower it more than any of its other victims. Yet, as it found out from [[TooSpicyForYogSothoth trying to feed on her grief]], her feeling are complicated by even stronger emotions of resentful rage at him for leaving her so suddenly.

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* BigBad: Serves as this for Series 1, having destroyed nearly all the Rhodians and Quill and intending to do the same to humanity.

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