Sunday, 29 August 2010


The Brethren were a group of corrupted monks in Scotland. They could be recognized by their bald heads and orange robes.

Sometime in the 1540s, the Brethren discovered the werewolf's crashed spaceship and decided to try to help it. They turned away from God and started to worship the Wolf. They provided hosts and food for the growing Werewolf for over 300 years. In 1879, they also arranged events in order for Queen Victoria to be bitten to start "The Empire of the Wolf".

The Brethren used an unknown type of martial arts for offensive purposes, though they weren't above using guns for long distances. They might also have trained the Werewolf to fear mistletoe, but this is uncertain. (Tooth and Claw, 2006.) via

Thursday, 19 August 2010


Drashigs are massive snake-like creatures with six eyes on stalks, fanged mouths, segmented bodies with greenish brown skin. They also have a sparse covering of hair. Their hide is strong enough to withstand machine gun fire. Especially large amounts of damage can kill them. They live in marshy areas. They are especially strong and can burst through metal structures.

Drashigs are unintelligent but they are social. They hunt in packs of three and live in colonies of 20. When hunting or in pain, they emit a chilling scream. Drashigs can and will eat anything including most metals. They hunt by scent and they will never give up the hunt once they find a trail. When they encounter the Doctor the Drashigs pass him by and follow his scent back to the cave he came in. (Carnival of Monsters, 1973)

Wednesday, 18 August 2010


The Destroyer, the Lord of Darkness and Eater of Worlds, was a horned demon summoned by Morgaine to aid in her conquest of the world. He was a highly dangerous entity, and even Morgaine was hesitant to release him. He was bound in silver, to which he had a vulnerability. He was able to destroy matter with a green energy and could also teleport.

The Destroyer's origin is unknown, though Morgaine talks about summoning him from fire and implies that he came from Hell.

During the final battle for Excalibur, Morgaine attempted to threaten Ace and Shou Yuing with the Destroyer, claiming they would become his handmaidens. Though he wanted to break through the chalk barrier, Morgaine didn't want to release him, allowing him access to his full powers. Despite this weakness, he was still able to destroy the hotel, allowing Morgaine to escape with the sword and then teleporting away. The Destroyer let the Doctor and the Brigadier follow them, since Morgaine would need to release him. When the Doctor gained the upper hand, Morgaine was forced to unchain the Destroyer and escaped.

The Destroyer planned to devour Earth, though the Brigadier did apparently kill him by shooting him with silver bullets. The Destroyer exploded with a green fire, destroying Morgaine's castle and knocking out the Brigadier. (Battlefield, 1989) via

Saturday, 14 August 2010

Tardis PC

Weight: 8kg
Height: 51cm
Width: 27cm

Motherboard: VIA EPIA M10000 Nehemiah Mainboard
RAM: Kingston 512MB PC2100 266MHz DDR DIMM
Hard Drive: 80 GB Seagate Barracuda
Power Supply: 340w, I ripped out of another PC
Optical Drive: Panasonic CW-8124-B with Black Bezel - Slot Loading DVD/CDRW + Slim CD IDE Adapter
LCD Display: Green 16x2 Character Parallel - USB power (still not working correctly. I don't think LCDproc can run a HD44780 based item from command line)
Operating System: Ubuntu Server 6.06.1 via

Tuesday, 10 August 2010


Seers were important members of the society that developed on the "P7E planet". They reported only to the Oracle, and were in authority over the Guards, who in turn were in charge of the "Trogs". They may have been androids or cyborgs. Like all beings on the "P7E planet" they were in some way descended from Minyans.

The two known Seers, Ankh and Lakh, interrogated Herrick and devised a plan to blow up the R1C by disguising bombs as what appeared to be the Minyan race banks. Later, when the "P7E planet" was destroyed, all Seers apparently perished along with the planet. (Underworld 1978) via

Monday, 9 August 2010


The Primords were savage humanoids created by Stahlman's Ooze.

The infection could be spread by contact with the ooze. The transformation occurred in stages. They communicated only in a growl and their faces developed bestial qualities and teeth changed into fangs. Their skin turned green and they began to generate heat in a way impossible for a Human. Fully transformed creatures grew thick hair and partial hunchbacks. Banding together in groups, they instinctively sought to force Humans into physical contact with the ooze that they would themselves transform. They could survive great heat and even gunshots. They found cold temperatures, such as those generated by fire extinguishers, hurt them.

Primords were found both in the Doctor's universe and a parallel Earth. (From "Inferno" 1970) via

Friday, 6 August 2010


Zu-Zana was one of the robot hosts of the 200,100 version of What Not to Wear on the Game Station satellite, the other being Trine-E.

They were created by the Bad Wolf Corporation based on the 21st century hosts Susannah Constantine and Trinny Woodall. After attempting to find the right clothes for Captain Jack Harkness, they tried to remove his head. Unfortunately for them, Jack was armed with a Compact Laser Deluxe (hidden somewhere 'you don't wanna know', even though they had removed his clothing and, thus, any hidden pockets in the clothing with their defabricator) and blasted their own robotic heads off. (Bad Wolf 2005) via

Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Adherents of the Repeated Meme

The Adherents of the Repeated Meme were a group of robots used by Cassandra O'Brien.

They look like large black cloaks with gold necklaces and a single metallic arm. These androids were used to carry the Metal spiders and to allay suspicion away from Cassandra at the end of the world party, where they supposedly represented the financial family seven.

Cassandra also had them trap Rose Tyler in a room with its sun filter descending as revenge for insulting her earlier. The Adherants were discovered and shut down by the Doctor when he ripped off one of their arms. (The End of the World) via