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The '''House of Lungbarrow''' was one of the [[Prydonian]] Houses and the family home of [[the Doctor]]. It was located in the southern mountain range on [[Gallifrey]], overlooking the [[Cadonflood River]]. The Doctor returned there in his [[Seventh Doctor|seventh incarnation]].
 
The '''House of Lungbarrow''' was one of the [[Prydonian]] Houses and the family home of [[the Doctor]]. It was located in the southern mountain range on [[Gallifrey]], overlooking the [[Cadonflood River]]. The Doctor returned there in his [[Seventh Doctor|seventh incarnation]].
   
[[Owis]] had been [[Loom]]ed last out of all of them. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Lungbarrow]]'') It had its name from the mountain it was grown/built into, Lung mountain and its adjacent hills.
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[[Owis]] had been [[Loom]]ed last out of all of them. It had its name from the mountain it was grown/built into, Lung mountain and its adjacent hills. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Lungbarrow]]'')
   
 
== Known staff and members ==
 
== Known staff and members ==
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* [[Innocet]]
 
* [[Innocet]]
 
* [[Glospin]]
 
* [[Glospin]]
* [[Satthaltrope]]
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* [[Satthaltrope]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Lungbarrow]]'')
* [[Ulysses]]
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* [[Ulysses]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Unnatural History (novel)|Unnatural History]]'')
* [[Grandfather Paradox]] (''[[Christmas on a Rational Planet (novel)|Christmas on a Rational Planet]]'')
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* [[Grandfather Paradox]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Christmas on a Rational Planet (novel)|Christmas on a Rational Planet]]'')
 
{{NameSort}}
 
{{NameSort}}
 
 
[[Category:Gallifreyan Chapter Houses]]
 
[[Category:Gallifreyan Chapter Houses]]
 
[[Category:Relatives of the Doctor| ]]
 
[[Category:Relatives of the Doctor| ]]

Revision as of 15:05, February 8, 2013

The House of Lungbarrow was one of the Prydonian Houses and the family home of the Doctor. It was located in the southern mountain range on Gallifrey, overlooking the Cadonflood River. The Doctor returned there in his seventh incarnation.

Owis had been Loomed last out of all of them. It had its name from the mountain it was grown/built into, Lung mountain and its adjacent hills. (PROSE: Lungbarrow)

Known staff and members

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