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    RDA Fan beat me to F
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    G ~ Gareth David-Lloyd
    Welsh actor best known for his role as Ianto Jones in the British science fiction television program Torchwood.
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    H ~ Haemovore - Haemovores appeared in the Seventh Doctor story 'The Curse of Fenric' (1989).

    Vampiric creatures that fed on blood, they were the end result of human evolution in a possible far future, caused by millennia of pollution. As part of his final game against the Doctor, the entity known as Fenric (Fenrir ) transported the most powerful Haemovore (called the "Ancient One") through time to Viking Age Northumbria. There it waited, trapped beneath the North Sea for centuries, occasionally drawing victims into the water and transforming them into Haemovores.

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    I ~ Ice Warriors (Reptilian humanoid alien race from the planet Mars. Ice Warriors isn't actually the name of their species but was actually applied to them by a scientific survey from Earth. The Ice Warriors first appeared in the 1967 story The Ice Warriors and then returned in the 1968 story The Seeds of Death. An Ice Warrior was briefly seen in the 1969 story The War Games but they didn't make another full appearance until the 1972 story The Curse of Peladon. The Ice Warriors then returned two years later for the story The Monster of Peladon which served as a sequel to The Curse of Peladon. To date, The Monster of Peladon was the last appearance of the Ice Warriors on-screen. However they have been used in various books, comics, and audio adventures and the 8th Doctor even had an Ice Warrior as a companion aboard the TARDIS in his comic strip adventures.)
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    J ~ Jagaroth - The Jagaroth are an ancient and extinct race of aliens introduced in the Fourth Doctor serial 'City of Death'. The Doctor remarked that the Jagaroth were “a vicious, callous, warlike race whom the universe won't miss.” The story reveals that life on earth moved from being amino acids in a primordial soup to functioning cells because a Jagaroth space ship exploded on earth 400 million years ago. (Due to an error by production, it should have been 4,000 million years, or 4 billion years ago.)

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    K ~ Keeper of Traken, The (1980 story starring Tom Baker as "The Doctor", Matthew Waterhouse as "Adric", and introducing Sarah Sutton as "Nyssa". This story marked the return of The Master as a recurring villain. In this story The Master is played by Geoffrey Beever's who then hands the role over to Anthony Ainley at this stories conclusion. This story is considered by fans to be the first part of a loose trilogy of stories featuring the Master. It is followed by the 1981 story Logopolis and concluded with the 1982 story Castrovalva.)
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    L ~ Lazarus Experiment. An episode of the 3rd Season of new Dr Who. The Doctor, Martha and her family attend a scientific demonstration by the aged Professor Lazarus. But when the experiment goes wrong, a horrific product of genetic manipulation is unleashed, leaving a trail of death in its mission to live indefinitely.

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    M ~ Macra - The Macra first appear in the 1967 Second Doctor story 'The Macra Terror'. They are an intelligent, giant crab-like species from an unnamed planet colonised by humanity in the future. The Macra invade the control centre of the colony and seize the levers of power without the colonists — including their Pilot — knowing what had happened. Thereafter the Macra only appear at night, when the humans are in their quarters, observing a curfew. They have strong hypnotic powers which alter human perception.

    The Second Doctor effects a revolution on the Macra planet and helps engineer an explosion in the control centre, destroying the Macra in charge.

    The Macra also feature in the 2007 episode "Gridlock", becoming the only one-off opponent of the Doctor in the classic series to appear in the revived series so far. In the episode, some Macra are found to be alive below New New York, a city of New Earth.

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    N ~ Noble, Donna First seen in the Christmas Special The Runaway Bride. Now she is the 4th Season Companion to the Doctor in the new Series. She is portrayed by Catherine Tate, a comedian.

    Did you notice there was no N or O last time, went back to check previous letter replies.

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    O ~ Ogron - Ogrons are hired mercenaries. Those who have employed their services include the Master and the Daleks. On some human planets, Ogrons are employed as police officers, usually led by a mentally augmented leader. They first appear in DW 1972 - 'Day of the Daleks'.

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    P ~ Planet of the Spiders (1974 story which marked the last regular appearance of Jon Pertwee as "The Doctor". Tom Baker is briefly seen as "The Doctor" after the regeneration but he is uncredited. Last guest appearance of Richard Franklin as "Mike Yates". The Doctor's advanced flying car known as "The Alien" makes its last appearance).
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    Q ~ Quarks - The Quarks appeared in the Second Doctor serial 'The Dominators'.

    The Quarks were used on Dulkis by the Dominators to enslave and terrorise the indigenous Dulcian population to ensure the drilling of bore holes through the planet's crust. The Dominators planned to use their technology to fire seeds down the holes which would force the core to erupt, thus providing a new fuel source for their fleet.

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    R ~ Romanadvoratrelunder (Romana (for short) is a Time Lady She was a travelling companion to the 4th Doctor. Romana joined him in the 1978 story The Ribos Operation to help in the search for the six segments to the Key to Time. The first incarnation of Romana made her last appearance in the story The Armageddon Factor.

    Romana regenerated into her second incarnation at the beginning of the 1979 story Destiny of the Daleks. At the conclusion of the 1980 story Meglos she was recalled to Gallifrey. But before the TARDIS could get there it fell into a Charged Vacuum Emboitment (CVE for short) and into a pocket universe called E-Space in the following story Full Circle. Romana decided at the conclusion of the story Warriors' Gate to remain in E-Space for new challenges after realising that life in the universe was better than anything on Gallifrey.

    A past version of Romana still travelling with the Doctor was Time Scooped to become involved in the Game of Rassilon on Gallifrey in the 1983 story The Five Doctors but both became trapped. She and the Doctor were eventually returned to where they were snatched from with no memory of ever being gone after the Game was successfully won by the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 5th Doctor's. Romana's 1st incarnation was played by Mary Tamm and Romana's 2nd incarnation was played by Lalla Ward.)
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    S ~ Skaro - Skaro is a planet of roughly the same mass and dimensions as Earth, and the twelfth planet from its sun. It has a single continent that is divided into east and west halves of almost equal size. When the Doctor first visits the planet in the 1963 serial The 'Daleks', Skaro is a nuclear wasteland, whose principle features are a petrified forest, a lake containing ferocious failed Dalek mutations, and the Dalek city.

    Skaro is apparently destroyed sometime in the 30th Century through the actions of the Seventh Doctor, when the stellar manipulator device known as the Hand of Omega turns Skaro's sun supernova ('Remembrance of the Daleks')

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    T ~ Time and the Rani - (1987 story which marked the first appearance of Sylvester McCoy as "The 7th Doctor". Also starring Bonnie Langford as "Melanie 'Mel' Bush" and marks the second and, to date, final appearance of Kate O'Mara as "The Rani".)

    On a more personal note, at age 6, Time and the Rani is when my first real memories of watching Doctor Who start from. I have vague memories of watching a bit of Peter Davison and Colin Baker between 1984 and 1986 but everything from 1987 I remember clear as day. Sylvester McCoy's 7th Doctor I consider to be my childhood Doctor.
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    U ~ United Nations Intelligence Taskforce - The United Nations Intelligence Taskforce (also known as UNIT) is a military organization operating under the auspices of the United Nations, its purpose is to investigate and combat paranormal and extraterrestrial threats to the Earth.

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    V ~ Victorian era - It was in the Victorian era (the year 1879 to be precise) that the Torchwood Institute was set up by Queen Victoria (as seen at the conclusion of the 2006 story Tooth and Claw). After leaving Satellite 5 and the year 200,100 following the events of the 2005 series' 2-part finale Bad Wolf, Captain Jack Harkness used his Vortex Manipulator to head for Cardiff in the 21st century Earth to meet up with the Doctor but accidentally ended up in the the year 1869 (events mentioned in the 2007 story Utopia). In 1899, Jack came to the attention of the Torchwood Institute and was offered employment. He initially turned the offer down but after being told his fortune and learning he wouldn't see the Doctor for a century, Jack changed his mind and took the job (as seen in the Torchwood episode Fragments).

    Other stories that have taken place in the Victorian era either in part or in full are: The Evil of the Daleks, The Unquiet Dead, The Chase, The Gunfighters, Ghost Light, Time Lash, and The Talons of Weng-Chiang.)
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    W ~ Weeping Angels - The Weeping Angels are a group of psychopathic hunters featured in the Tenth Doctor episode "Blink". Because their physiology is quantum-locked they turn to stone when observed, covering their eyes with their hands and arms to prevent themselves looking at each other: this gives the impression that they are 'weeping'. This acts as a defence mechanism; they cannot be killed while petrified (though equally they cannot kill). They can move with great speed, being fast enough to move across a street in a single blink of the eye.

    According to the Doctor, the Angels are as old as the universe (or very nearly) but no one really knows where they come from. He also describes them as "creatures of the abstract", "the lonely assassins", and "the only psychopaths in the universe to kill you nicely", because their method of "killing" doesn't do anything of the sort: a touch sends their victims into the past to live out their lives before they were even born; the Angels then feed on the "potential energy" of the lives their victims would have lived in the present.

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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.
    you could do what i do when i have to research... copy and paste

    X~Xerox Copy: Jack made reference to xerox coping his and ianto's bums and other things while talking about how exotic office ramonces were too him during one scene in Torchwood Series 2 episode Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

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    Y ~ Yates, Mike - Mike Yates was a captain and the second in command of the British division of the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce. His first appearance was in the 1971 story Terror of the Autons. After betraying the Doctor and Brigadier Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart in the 1973 story Invasion of the Dinosaurs, Yates was allowed to leave UNIT quietly. His next and final appearance was in the 1974 story Planet of the Spiders although an illusion of Yates appeared in the 1983 story The Five Doctors. This illusion was part of the Game of Rassilon and it attempted to separate the 3rd Doctor from Sarah Jane Smith and hinder his attempts to reach Rassilon's tomb. Mike Yates was played by Richard Franklin.

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    you could do what i do when i have to research... copy and paste
    That's a good idea. That's fine to do here. I'm cool with that. That just shows that you've gone to somewhere like Wikipedia to do research on Doctor Who and find something to fit a letter but hopefully also learn a bit too about the Whoniverse.
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    Z ~ Zygon - The Zygons first appeared in the Fourth Doctor serial 'Terror of the Zygons', where it was revealed that centuries ago, the Zygon homeworld was destroyed in a stellar explosion. A craft escaped and somehow made it to Earth, where it then crashed into Loch Ness.

    When the Doctor encountered the Zygons, they were led by a warlord named Broton. Broton wished to conquer the world to allow a refugee fleet of Zygons to colonize Earth.

    The Zygons have shape-shifting abilities, allowing them to replicate the appearance of another being, but they must keep the subject alive in order to use its body print. This skill was vital in their concealment and in their scheme to seize power despite their small numbers. The Zygons were also accompanied by an armoured cyborg creature called the Skarasen, the lactic fluid of which was necessary for them to feed. Broton planned to unleash the Skarasen (or Loch Ness Monster as it was known) as part of a bid to conquer the Earth.

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