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}}{{Character stub}}'''Dahh-Ren''' was the only non-[[human]] survivor at [[Chasm Forge]]. He disliked being called "Darren", and accused [[Bill Potts]] of being [[racist]], in response to his [[blue]] [[skin]].
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}}{{Character stub}}'''Dahh-Ren''' worked aboard [[Chasm Forge]]. His [[smartsuit]] was off network when the remaining suits received a command to deactivate their living components. He was therefore one of the four survivors present when the [[Twelfth Doctor]] arrived aboard the station. He was the only non-[[human]] survivor aboard [[Chasm Forge]].
   
He was eventually killed after the walking [[corpse|corpses]] in [[Smartsuit|smartsuits]] activated his own smartsuit to kill him. ([[TV]]: ''[[Oxygen (TV story)|Oxygen]]'')
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He disliked being called "Darren", and accused [[Bill Potts]] of being [[racist]], in response to his [[blue]] [[skin]].
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He was eventually killed in Chasm Forge's Section 12 when the [[Smartsuit|smartsuits]] instructed his own suit to disable it's organic component. ([[TV]]: ''[[Oxygen (TV story)|Oxygen]]'')
   
 
== Behind the scenes ==
 
== Behind the scenes ==

Revision as of 21:19, May 16, 2017

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Dahh-Ren worked aboard Chasm Forge. His smartsuit was off network when the remaining suits received a command to deactivate their living components. He was therefore one of the four survivors present when the Twelfth Doctor arrived aboard the station. He was the only non-human survivor aboard Chasm Forge.

He disliked being called "Darren", and accused Bill Potts of being racist, in response to his blue skin.

He was eventually killed in Chasm Forge's Section 12 when the smartsuits instructed his own suit to disable it's organic component. (TV: Oxygen)

Behind the scenes

Behind The Scenes sources differ as to whether Dahh-Ren is human or belongs to a non-human species. The official Doctor Who website describes him as a "non-human".[1]. Actor Peter Caulfield says in the Series 10 documentary Being "Blue Peter" that he is a human who is "genetically different".[2]

Footnotes

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