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    P ~ Pertwee, Jon (Actor. Jon Pertwee played the 3rd incarnation of the Doctor. He first appeared in the 1970 story Spearhead from Space. His last regular appearance as the Doctor was in the 1974 story Planet of the Spiders. He returned for one last time to guest star in the 1983 story The Five Doctors.)
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    Q - Quark
    Appears in the original series "The Dominators" (Troughton Years).
    The Second Doctor and his companions Jamie and Zoe arrive on the planet Dulkis for a holiday, only to encounter the invading Dominators and their robotic servants, the Quarks.

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    R ~ Remembrance of the Daleks (Story which launched the 1988-1989 series. It starred Sylvester McCoy as "The Doctor" and Sophie Aldred as "Ace. Guest starring Terry Molloy as "Davros". This story marked the first time a Dalek could fly. It featured the destruction of the Dalek home world of Skaro and saw the probable last appearance of Dalek creator Davros.)
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    S - Sontaran - The Sontarans made their first appearance in 1973 in the serial 'The Time Warrior' by Robert Holmes. There, it was explained that they are a race that reproduces by means of cloning rather than by means of sexual reproduction. They live in a militaristic society obsessed by war. Sontarans are humanoid, with a squat build and distinctive dome-shaped head. They come from a high-gravity world named Sontar in the "southern spiral arm of the galaxy", and are far stronger than humans.

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    T ~ TARDIS, The (Time and Space machine used by the Time Lords of Gallifrey. TARDIS is an acronym which stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space. Following the Time Lords war with the Daleks, the Doctor is the only survivor of Gallifrey and consequently operates the only surviving TARDIS. The Doctor's TARDIS is a Type-40 TT Capsule and other Time Lords consider them to be obsolete models. The Doctor stole it to escape Gallifrey after becoming bored with Time Lord ideals. Unfortunately the TARDIS was in for repair when he "borrowed" her and after materialising on Earth in 1963, the TARDIS' Chameleon Circuit failed causing it to be stuck in the shape of a Metropoliton Police Public Call Box. Oddly the Police Box exterior is rarely questioned in surroundings when it is totally out of place. This is due to the Perception Filter generated by the TARDIS which convinces people to ignore it. The TARDIS interior is "Dimensionally Transcendental" which basically means its bigger on the inside. The first thing that is seen upon entering the main doors is the Console Room. The Console Room is the heart of TARDIS operations and can be reshaped depending on the users taste (the 9th Doctor seemed to like the Coral "Desktop Theme" and the 10th Doctor appears to as well). There is no telling how vast the interior is, but the Doctor's TARDIS has been seen to have Wardrobes, Art Galleries, Swimming Pools, Medical Bays, Storage Bays, a Boot Cupboard (which is the size of a dancing ball room), Laboratories, a Cloister Room, etc. The TARDIS has the ability to translate alien languages and writings. All TARDIS' drew their strength from the Eye of Harmony on Gallifrey but after Gallifrey was lost, the Doctor was forced to refuel his TARDIS from spatial and temporal rifts (one of which can be found in Cardiff on Earth).)
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    U ~ Usurian - The Usurians from the planet Usurius are a species that abandoned military conquest in favour of economic conquest. They enslaved humanity after their engineers made Mars suitable for human habitation, humans having depleted the Earth's resources. Once humanity had depleted Mars's resources as well, the Usurians engineered Pluto so that humans could inhabit it. They created six artificial "Suns" around it and installed the Collector, seen in 'The Sun Makers', to oversee the collection of taxes from their human workforce. They intended to abandon Pluto and leave humanity to become extinct once the humans had exhausted its resources, there being no economically viable planet to relocate humanity to once more. The humans on Pluto revolted against the Collector and seized control of Pluto. The revolutionaries intended to relocate to Earth as the Doctor assured them it would have regenerated in their absence.

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    V ~ Valiant (The Valiant is an airborne aircraft carrier controlled by UNIT. It appeared in 2007 series' 2-part finale The Sound of Drums. The Master used it as his base of operations during his year as ruler of Earth.)
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    W ~ Wirrn - The Wirrn are an insectoid race that made their debut in the 1975 Fourth Doctor story 'The Ark in Space'. The Wirrn claim to have originated from Andromeda (whether they meant the galaxy, the constellation, or even a planet named "Andromeda" is unclear), but were driven into space by human settlers.

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    X ~ X-Ray (In the 1970 story Spearhead from Space, an X-Ray revealed for the first time that the Doctor had two hearts. In the 2007 opening story Smith and Jones, the Doctor super-charged an X-Ray machine and used it to destroy a Slab.)
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    Y ~ Yeti - The Yeti serve the Great Intelligence, a disembodied entity from another planet, which tried to form a physical body in order to conquer the Earth. The Yeti are initially a ruse to scare off curiosity seekers, and later form an army serving the Great Intelligence.

    The Great Intelligence and its Yeti minions were thwarted twice by the Doctor's second incarnation, played by Patrick Troughton, in the serials 'The Abominable Snowmen' and 'The Web of Fear'. A Yeti was also one of the creatures in the Death Zone featured in The Five Doctors.

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    Z ~ Death Zone Refered to in the 90 minute serial The 5 Doctors. As the various incarnations of the Doctor join forces, they learn they are in the Death Zone on their home world of Gallifrey, fighting Daleks, Cybermen, Yeti... and a devious Time Lord traitor who is using the Doctor and his companions to discover the ancient secrets of Rassilon, the first and most powerful ruler of Gallifrey.

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    A ~ Astra of Atrios - Princess Astra of Atrios was the sixth Princess of the sixth dynasty of the sixth royal house of Atrios. Astra was kidnapped by the Shadow and later transmuted to her true shape, a segment of the Key to Time. After the Fourth Doctor defeated the Black Guardian and the White Guardian had used the Key to restore universal balance, Princess Astra was restored to her human form and returned to normal life, ruling her planet and presumably marrying Merak. 'The Armageddon Factor'

    Romana later decided to regenerate and eventually adopted Princess Astra's appearance.
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    B ~ Bessie (Bessie was the name the 3rd Doctor gave to a yellow roadster which he used during his 5-year exile on Earth. Bessie had the licence plate of WHO 1 and first appeared in the 1970 story Doctor Who and the Silurians. The newly regenerated 4th Doctor used Bessie in the 1974 story Robot. After that Bessie wasn't seen again until the 1983 story The Five Doctors in which it was being driven by the 3rd Doctor. Bessie's next appearance after that was in the 1988 story Battlefield in which it was driven by the 7th Doctor. The licence plate had been changed to WHO 7. The Doctor had made some modifications to Bessie and one of these was a Super-Fast Drive which allowed the car to move faster than a car of its type is supposed to. Presumably Bessie is being stored by UNIT.)
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    Ack I wasn't quick enough posting, should I delete?

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    C ~ Creature from the Pit - The Doctor and Romana receive a distress signal and arrive on Chloris, a lush and verdant world that has only small quantities of metals, all of which are controlled by its ruler, Lady Adrasta. Adrasta keeps order with the aid of her Huntsman and his wolfweeds - mobile balls of vegetation - while a band of scruffy thieves, led by Torvin, organize raids on her palace to steal whatever metal they can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDAfan61 View Post
    Ack I wasn't quick enough posting, should I delete?
    If you wouldn't mind?
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    I took it off. I have to research what I put so I guess I will wait till people who know more are done.

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    D ~ Delgado, Roger First actor to portray The Master from 1971 until his death in 1973. The first episode was Terror of the Autons.

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    E ~ Eighth Doctor, The (The 8th Doctor came in to existence after the 7th Doctor was injured in a shoot out and "killed" during a botched medical procedure. The 7th Doctor had actually faked his death by stopping his hearts so that he could stop the surgery and be taken to a mortuary for privacy so he could regenerate to recover from his gunshot wounds. The 8th Doctor only had one on-screen appearance and that was in the 1996 TV movie Enemy Within. However his adventures continued in book, comic, and audio adventure form. It is unknown what caused the 8th Doctor to regenerate into the 9th Doctor but fans speculate that it was either during or after the Time Lords' Time War with the Daleks. The 8th Doctor holds the mantle of longest running "current" Doctor with his predecessor, the 7th Doctor. The 8th Doctor was played by Paul McGann.)

    Quote Originally Posted by RDAfan61 View Post
    I took it off. I have to research what I put so I guess I will wait till people who know more are done.
    Oh I feel bad now. Maybe I should have deleted my entry instead? I didn't realise that you had to research and wait for a letter you knew something for.
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    F ~ Foreman, Susan Played by Carole Ann Ford was the Grandaughter and Companion of the First Doctor. She first appeared in the first episode, An Unearthly Child. Susan traveled with The Doctor until the episode Dalek Invasion of Earth where she met and fell in live with David Campbell. The Doctor decided she needed a better life and locked her out of the Tardis and left without her leaving her to live a more stable life.


    I don't wait for a letter I know something about but when it is something I don't know and have to research it takes me a while to type it up. So it will be best if I make sure that those who know more aren't posting at the same time because that will probably happen more often. It's OK.

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