Green Daleks were among the diverse range of humanised Daleks that lived on the planet Kyrol. Their ranks including Odalon and Adellus, a scientist. These Daleks self-destructed en masse to save a human colony from Kata-Phobus. (COMIC: Children of the Revolution)
Other green Daleks
A single Dalek flying saucer, containing three Bronze Daleks, survived the fall of the New Dalek Empire. As a single bronze Dalek remained aboard, the other two masqueraded as dark green Ironsides, ostensibly the creation of a human scientist, actually a android created by the Daleks, for the British war effort in the Second World War. They were destroyed by the New Dalek Paradigm. (TV: Victory of the Daleks)
Proto-Daleks were robotic drones based on Dalek casings manufactured by both British and German weapons factories for use in the First World War and to aid the New Dalek Paradigm in completing the final stage of the Dalek Project. Their casings were both painted in dull, military colours — khaki for the British, and dull green for the Germans. Ultimately, the Proto-Daleks were all destroyed alongside the true Daleks present by both British and Germany artillery. (COMIC: The Dalek Project)
Behind the scenes
- A Christmas-themed Dalek (W008-XMAS) had a green body with a golden dome, eyepiece, gunstick, and manipulator arm, with a red neck grille, slats and sense globes.
- A "Millennium Dalek" (W008-M2) had a sparkly green body with a golden neck grille, slats and sense globes.
- An "Action Play Figure Set" (W021-3) included a green Dalek with a silver eyepiece, neck grille, slats, gunstick, manipulator arm and sense globes.
- While conceiving the New Dalek Paradigm for Victory of the Daleks, writer Mark Gatiss originally wanted there to be a green Dalek, but he decided that green "just doesn't seem to work somehow".