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|appearances = [[PROSE]]: ''[[Unnatural History (novel)|Unnatural History]]''
 
|appearances = [[PROSE]]: ''[[Unnatural History (novel)|Unnatural History]]''
|members = [[The Doctor]], [[Irving Braxiatel]], [[Quences]]
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The '''House of Lungbarrow''' was one of the senior [[Prydonian]] Houses formed in wake of the Intuitive Revelation. It was a noble house of wealth and privilage but in later centuries it became stagnant and only produced petty servants and clerks. It was notable for being the family home of [[the Doctor]]. It was located in the southern [[mountain]] range on [[Gallifrey]], perched on the west side of Mount Lung overlooking the [[Cadonflood River]].
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The '''House of Lungbarrow''' was one of the senior [[Prydonian]] [[Great House|Houses]] formed in wake of the [[Intuitive Revelation]]. It was a noble house of wealth and privilege but in later centuries it became stagnant and only produced petty servants and clerks. It was notable for being the family home of [[the Doctor]]. It was located in the southern [[mountain]] range on [[Gallifrey]], perched on the west side of [[Mount Lung]] overlooking the [[Cadonflood River]].
   
The House fell to disgrace when it was revealed the quota of forty five Cousins had been broken to weave a new Cousin, Owis, to replace [[First Doctor|the Doctor]] after he had been exiled from the House. After the Doctor tipped the Prydonian Chapterhouse of this crime Lungbarrow was removed from the Prydonian Chapter.
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The House fell to disgrace when it was revealed the quota of forty five Cousins had been broken to weave a new Cousin, [[Owis]], to replace [[First Doctor|the Doctor]] after he had been [[Elective Semantectomy|exiled]] from the House. After the Doctor tipped the Prydonian Chapterhouse of this crime, Lungbarrow was removed from the Prydonian Chapter.
   
When the Doctor refused to attend the [[deathday]] of Lungbarrow's [[Kithriarch]], [[Quences]], the House was buried into the soil of Mount Lung, going missing for 673 years. During that time Quences was killed by his Cousin, [[Glospin]], who framed the first Doctor for the murder after Quences' will was hidden. [[Seventh Doctor|The 7th Doctor]] eventually returned to his home to face his Cousins. After the Doctor foiled Glospin's conspiracy against him the House rose from the Mountain and crashed into the valley below.
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When the Doctor refused to attend the [[deathday]] of Lungbarrow's [[Kithriarch]], [[Quences]], the House was buried into the soil of Mount Lung, going missing for 673 years. During that time Quences was killed by his Cousin, [[Glospin]], who framed the Doctor for the murder after Quences' will was hidden. The [[Seventh Doctor]] eventually returned to his home to face his Cousins. After the Doctor foiled Glospin's conspiracy against him, the House rose from the Mountain and crashed into the valley below.
   
In an act of reparation President Romana reinstated the House in the Prydonian Chapter, allowing for a new House to be created from the original template Cousin Innocet was appointed Housekeeper of the New House of Lungbarrow. (PROSE: Lungbarrow)
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In an act of reparation, [[Lord President|President]] [[Romana]] reinstated the House in the Prydonian Chapter, allowing for a new House to be created from the original template. Cousin [[Innocet]] was appointed Housekeeper of the New House of Lungbarrow. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Lungbarrow (novel)|Lungbarrow]]'')
   
 
[[The Doctor's father]] once laid out all his plans and projects on the table in the Great Hall of Lungbarrow. He and Mr [[Saldaamir]] were interrupted when the [[First Doctor]] let a [[cobblemouse]] loose, which ran across the table and scattered all the plans and projects in the air. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Unnatural History (novel)|Unnatural History]]'')
 
[[The Doctor's father]] once laid out all his plans and projects on the table in the Great Hall of Lungbarrow. He and Mr [[Saldaamir]] were interrupted when the [[First Doctor]] let a [[cobblemouse]] loose, which ran across the table and scattered all the plans and projects in the air. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Unnatural History (novel)|Unnatural History]]'')
   
 
[[Cavisadoratrelundar]]'s father once visited the Doctor's family at Lungbarrow. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Shadows of Avalon (novel)|The Shadows of Avalon]]'')
 
[[Cavisadoratrelundar]]'s father once visited the Doctor's family at Lungbarrow. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Shadows of Avalon (novel)|The Shadows of Avalon]]'')
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In the [[Rivera Manuscript]], a [[praxis]]-dosed [[Rivera Manuscript renegade|renegade]] witnessed an [[the enemy|enemy]] [[the Event|attack]] on a familiar [[chapterhouse]] in the mountains on the fringes of [[Time Lord|Great House]] society. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Book of the War (novel)|The Book of the War]]'')
   
 
== Known staff and members ==
 
== Known staff and members ==
 
* [[The Doctor]]
 
* [[The Doctor]]
* [[Irving Braxiatel]]
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* [[Irving Braxiatel]]{{source}}
 
* [[Almund]]
 
* [[Almund]]
 
* [[Arkhew]]
 
* [[Arkhew]]

Revision as of 04:24, February 17, 2018

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The House of Lungbarrow was one of the senior Prydonian Houses formed in wake of the Intuitive Revelation. It was a noble house of wealth and privilege but in later centuries it became stagnant and only produced petty servants and clerks. It was notable for being the family home of the Doctor. It was located in the southern mountain range on Gallifrey, perched on the west side of Mount Lung overlooking the Cadonflood River.

The House fell to disgrace when it was revealed the quota of forty five Cousins had been broken to weave a new Cousin, Owis, to replace the Doctor after he had been exiled from the House. After the Doctor tipped the Prydonian Chapterhouse of this crime, Lungbarrow was removed from the Prydonian Chapter.

When the Doctor refused to attend the deathday of Lungbarrow's Kithriarch, Quences, the House was buried into the soil of Mount Lung, going missing for 673 years. During that time Quences was killed by his Cousin, Glospin, who framed the Doctor for the murder after Quences' will was hidden. The Seventh Doctor eventually returned to his home to face his Cousins. After the Doctor foiled Glospin's conspiracy against him, the House rose from the Mountain and crashed into the valley below.

In an act of reparation, President Romana reinstated the House in the Prydonian Chapter, allowing for a new House to be created from the original template. Cousin Innocet was appointed Housekeeper of the New House of Lungbarrow. (PROSE: Lungbarrow)

The Doctor's father once laid out all his plans and projects on the table in the Great Hall of Lungbarrow. He and Mr Saldaamir were interrupted when the First Doctor let a cobblemouse loose, which ran across the table and scattered all the plans and projects in the air. (PROSE: Unnatural History)

Cavisadoratrelundar's father once visited the Doctor's family at Lungbarrow. (PROSE: The Shadows of Avalon)

In the Rivera Manuscript, a praxis-dosed renegade witnessed an enemy attack on a familiar chapterhouse in the mountains on the fringes of Great House society. (PROSE: The Book of the War)

Known staff and members

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