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A curse was the supposed use of magic power on a person or object to cause harm. According to the Eleventh Doctor, a curse meant that "bad things are happening but you can't be bothered to find an explanation." (TV: The Curse of the Black Spot)

On Earth, cursed burial treasures were believed by some to have magical properties. (PROSE: Heart of TARDIS)

Vicki was believed by the Trojans to be either possessed or cursed. (AUDIO: Frostfire)

In the 10th century, the Vikings believed that the flask containing Fenric was cursed. (TV: The Curse of Fenric)

In the 17th century, the treasure of Captain Henry Avery was said to be cursed. (TV: The Smugglers) Captain Avery himself, along with the crew of the Fancy, believed that their ship was cursed when the Siren began taking them. (TV: The Curse of the Black Spot)

In 1800, the Chief Astrologer of China placed a curse on opium trader Roderick Upcott. (PROSE: Foreign Devils)

According to legend, Native Americans placed the Curse of Tippecanoe on the Presidents of the United States. (TV: The Curse of Clyde Langer)

Devil's End was famous for the curse upon Devil's Hump. (TV: The Dæmons)

In 2006, the engineers working on Blaidd Drwg believed that the project was cursed. (TV: Boom Town)

In 2011, Hetocumtek cursed Clyde Langer's name, causing everyone who heard or spoke it to hate him. (TV: The Curse of Clyde Langer)

In 2194, Estella cursed Duke Orsino and the city of Venice. (AUDIO: The Stones of Venice)

The Friars of Pangloss told their slaves that they had been cursed by a piece of red glass. When the glass came to Olleril, the natives believed that it had cursed them as well; the human colonists also came to believe in the curse. (PROSE: Tragedy Day)

On Gallifrey, the last Pythia cursed her world with sterility after Rassilon and his Neo-Technologists rose to power. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible)

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