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Chaos, or simply disorder, was a concept, the opposite of order. It usually held a negative or evil connotation.

The Fourth Doctor described chaos as the "first love" of the Black Guardian, (AUDIO: Casualties of Time) who represented chaos. He wanted to take control of the Key to Time so that chaos would "break across the universe," (TV: The Armageddon Factor) and later wanted to give enlightenment to the Eternals so that they would "invade Time itself, chaos would come again, and the universe [would] dissolve." (TV: Enlightenment) A later interface, however, would state that chaos also represented freedom and that too much law, which the White Guardian represented, could be bad. (AUDIO: The Destroyer of Delights)

The Mara was a spirit of chaos, which puzzled Nyssa as it created the Sumaran Empire, an empire implying order. (AUDIO: The Cradle of the Snake)

Megron was the High Lord of Chaos and Chief of the Carions, Lords of Chaos. He described Earth in the distant past as a "hot mass of chaos" and a "kingdom" of chaos. He became angry when the Fourth Doctor predicted that order would arise out of the chaos, which it eventually did. (AUDIO: Exploration Earth)

Chaos and Old Night were among the faces from folklore and mythology worn by members of the Pageant. (PROSE: The Man in the Velvet Mask)

The Tenth Doctor described the Dark Times as a time of chaos. (TV: The Infinite Quest) The Old Time was also known as the Time of Chaos. (TV: Silver Nemesis, PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible)

Moloch was a god of chaos. (AUDIO: Protect and Survive)

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