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{{Infobox Species
|name = Dalek Duplicate
 
 
|image = Stien.jpg
 
|image = Stien.jpg
|type = [[genetic engineering|Genetically engineered]] [[humanoid]]s
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|type = [[Genetic engineering|Genetically engineered]] [[humanoid]]s
 
|aka = [[Dalek Trooper]]s
 
|aka = [[Dalek Trooper]]s
 
|affiliation = [[Dalek]]s
 
|affiliation = [[Dalek]]s
 
|origin = [[Skaro]]
 
|origin = [[Skaro]]
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|first = Resurrection of the Daleks (TV story)
|appearances = [[TV]]: ''[[Resurrection of the Daleks]]'', [[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Genocide Machine (audio story)|The Genocide Machine]]'', [[COMIC]]: ''[[The Dalek Project]]'', [[AUDIO]]: ''[[Daleks Among Us (audio story)|Daleks Among Us]]''
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|appearances = [[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Genocide Machine (audio story)|The Genocide Machine]]'', ''[[Daleks Among Us (audio story)|Daleks Among Us]]'', ''[[Brotherhood of the Daleks (audio story)|Brotherhood of the Daleks]]'', ''[[The Monster of Montmartre (audio story)|The Monster of Montmartre]]'', ''[[Dalek Soul (audio story)|Dalek Soul]]'', [[COMIC]]: ''[[The Dalek Project]]''
|individuals = [[Archer (Resurrection of the Daleks)|Archer]], [[Calder]], [[Stien]], [[Fifth Doctor|the Doctor]], [[Tegan Jovanka|Tegan]], [[Vislor Turlough|Turlough]], [[Ace]], [[Ralph Hellcombe|Ralph]], [[Falkus (Daleks Among Us)|Falkus]]
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|individuals = [[Archer (Dalek duplicate)|Archer]], [[Calder (Dalek duplicate)|Calder]], [[Stien]], [[Fifth Doctor (Dalek duplicate)|the Doctor]], [[Tegan Jovanka (Dalek duplicate)|Tegan]], [[Vislor Turlough (Dalek duplicate)|Turlough]], [[Ace (Dalek duplicate)|Ace]], [[Ralph Hellcombe (Dalek duplicate)|Ralph]], [[Falkus (Daleks Among Us)|Falkus]], [[Adelaine Dutemps]]
}}The '''Dalek Duplicates''' were [[genetic engineering|genetically engineered]] soldiers created by the [[Dalek]]s. They were conceived as [[clone|copies]] of individuals killed by the Daleks, to be used in undercover work. Despite this, the duplicates retained some memories, leading them to fight their programming. On [[Bliss (planet)|Bliss]], the replicants gained a reputation. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Enemy of the Daleks (audio story)|Enemy of the Daleks]]'') The [[Supreme Dalek]] planned to use a duplicate of the [[Fifth Doctor]] to assassinate the [[High Council]] of [[Gallifrey]], but he escaped before the duplicate was completed. [[Davros]] converted some of the duplicates to his own cause and they were all killed off in the crossfire between the [[Renegade Dalek|renegade]] and [[imperial Dalek]]s. The Supreme Dalek vowed to create more duplicates and invade [[Earth]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[Resurrection of the Daleks]]'')
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}}'''Dalek duplicates''', also known as '''Dalek replicants''', were [[Genetic engineering|genetically engineered]] soldiers created by the [[Dalek]]s. They were conceived as [[Clone|copies]] of individuals killed by the Daleks, to be used in undercover work. Despite this, the duplicates retained some memories, leading them to fight their programming. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Enemy of the Daleks (audio story)|Enemy of the Daleks]]'') According to one account, they were [[android]]s. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[The Dalek Project (comic story)|The Dalek Project]]'')
   
In [[1915]] during the [[First World War]]. The Daleks on their saucer [[Survey Ship Sigma]] fired a missile to shoot down a plane piloted by Lord [[Hellcombe]]'s son, [[Ralph Hellcombe|Ralph]], down, and used his remains to create a robotic duplicate of him to convince Lord Hellcombe that the Dalek claimed to be the last of its race, had saved his son and manipulate him for the [[Dalek Project]]. However the [[Eleventh Doctor]] has turned Ralph to his cause and he destroyed the saucer, killed himself in the process. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[The Dalek Project]]'')
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== Biology ==
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Duplicates were incredibly strong and were able to perfectly mimic [[voice]]s. Among some issues with replicants were their cold [[skin]] ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Genocide Machine (audio story)|The Genocide Machine]]'') and [[eye]] [[colour]], which the Daleks could never get right. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Daleks Among Us (audio story)|Daleks Among Us]]'') Duplicates emitted a [[magnetic field]]. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[The Dalek Project (comic story)|The Dalek Project]]'')
   
Upon being brought aboard the [[Combined Galactic Resistance]] command ship, ''[[Aristotle (spaceship)|Aristotle]]'', the [[Twelfth Doctor]] and [[Clara Oswald]] were treated with suspicion by [[Colonel]] [[Morgan Blue]], under the precaution they could be duplicates. ([[TV]]: ''[[Into the Dalek (TV story)|Into the Dalek]]'')
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==History==
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On [[Bliss (planet)|Bliss]], the replicants gained a reputation. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Enemy of the Daleks (audio story)|Enemy of the Daleks]]'') The [[Supreme Dalek]] planned to use a duplicate of the [[Fifth Doctor]] to assassinate the [[High Council]] of [[Gallifrey]], but he escaped before the duplicate was completed. [[Davros]] converted some of the duplicates to his own cause and they were all killed off in the crossfire between the [[Renegade Dalek|renegade]] and [[imperial Dalek]]s. The Supreme Dalek vowed to create more duplicates and invade [[Earth]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[Resurrection of the Daleks (TV story)|Resurrection of the Daleks]]'')
   
== Biology ==
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Daleks used copies of the [[Fifth Doctor Dalek duplicate (Dalek Soul)|Fifth Doctor]] and [[Nyssa (Dalek duplicate)|Nyssa]] to create a virus to wipe out the people of [[Mojox]]. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Dalek Soul (audio story)|Dalek Soul]]'')
Duplicates were incredibly strong and were able to perfectly mimic voices. Among some issues with replicants were their cold skin, ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Genocide Machine]]'') and eye colour, which the Daleks could never get right. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Daleks Among Us]]'') a robotic duplicate emits a magnetic field. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[The Dalek Project (comic story)|The Dalek Project]]'')
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The Daleks created duplicates of [[Thal]]s for their research on [[Thalek (Brotherhood of the Daleks)|Thaleks]]. A replicant of [[Tamarus]] was destroyed by the Thal-Daleks. Dalek Duplicate technology was crude. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Brotherhood of the Daleks (audio story)|Brotherhood of the Daleks]]'')
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In [[1915]] during the [[First World War]], the Daleks on their saucer fired a missile on a plane piloted by Lord [[Hellcombe]]'s son, [[Ralph Hellcombe|Ralph]], and used his remains to create [[Ralph Hellcombe (Dalek duplicate)|a robotic duplicate of him]] to convince Lord Hellcombe that the Dalek claimed to be the last of its race had saved his son, and manipulate him for the [[Dalek Project]]. However the [[Eleventh Doctor]] has turned Ralph to his cause and he destroyed the saucer, killing himself in the process. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[The Dalek Project (comic story)|The Dalek Project]]'')
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In [[Paris]] circa [[1921]], the [[Dalek Time Controller]] created a duplicate named [[Adelaine Dutemps]] from its own [[DNA]]. She was ultimately [[mutated]] and transformed into a Dalek herself. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Monster of Montmartre (audio story)|The Monster of Montmartre]]'')
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Upon being brought aboard the [[Combined Galactic Resistance]] command ship, ''[[Aristotle (spaceship)|Aristotle]]'', the [[Twelfth Doctor]] and [[Clara Oswald]] were treated with suspicion by [[Colonel]] [[Morgan Blue]], under the precaution they could be duplicates. ([[TV]]: ''[[Into the Dalek (TV story)|Into the Dalek]]'')
 
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[[Category:Clones]]
 
[[Category:Biologically modified species]]
 
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[[Category:Clone species]]

Latest revision as of 20:08, January 14, 2020

Dalek duplicates, also known as Dalek replicants, were genetically engineered soldiers created by the Daleks. They were conceived as copies of individuals killed by the Daleks, to be used in undercover work. Despite this, the duplicates retained some memories, leading them to fight their programming. (AUDIO: Enemy of the Daleks) According to one account, they were androids. (COMIC: The Dalek Project)

Biology Edit

Duplicates were incredibly strong and were able to perfectly mimic voices. Among some issues with replicants were their cold skin (AUDIO: The Genocide Machine) and eye colour, which the Daleks could never get right. (AUDIO: Daleks Among Us) Duplicates emitted a magnetic field. (COMIC: The Dalek Project)

HistoryEdit

On Bliss, the replicants gained a reputation. (AUDIO: Enemy of the Daleks) The Supreme Dalek planned to use a duplicate of the Fifth Doctor to assassinate the High Council of Gallifrey, but he escaped before the duplicate was completed. Davros converted some of the duplicates to his own cause and they were all killed off in the crossfire between the renegade and imperial Daleks. The Supreme Dalek vowed to create more duplicates and invade Earth. (TV: Resurrection of the Daleks)

Daleks used copies of the Fifth Doctor and Nyssa to create a virus to wipe out the people of Mojox. (AUDIO: Dalek Soul)

The Daleks created duplicates of Thals for their research on Thaleks. A replicant of Tamarus was destroyed by the Thal-Daleks. Dalek Duplicate technology was crude. (AUDIO: Brotherhood of the Daleks)

In 1915 during the First World War, the Daleks on their saucer fired a missile on a plane piloted by Lord Hellcombe's son, Ralph, and used his remains to create a robotic duplicate of him to convince Lord Hellcombe that the Dalek claimed to be the last of its race had saved his son, and manipulate him for the Dalek Project. However the Eleventh Doctor has turned Ralph to his cause and he destroyed the saucer, killing himself in the process. (COMIC: The Dalek Project)

In Paris circa 1921, the Dalek Time Controller created a duplicate named Adelaine Dutemps from its own DNA. She was ultimately mutated and transformed into a Dalek herself. (AUDIO: The Monster of Montmartre)

Upon being brought aboard the Combined Galactic Resistance command ship, Aristotle, the Twelfth Doctor and Clara Oswald were treated with suspicion by Colonel Morgan Blue, under the precaution they could be duplicates. (TV: Into the Dalek)

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