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Stream was created on Demons Run by Madame Kovarian, along with six other clones. After the [[Eleventh Doctor]] raided [[Demons Run]], Stream escaped on a ship with the other six clones. As part of his religious cult, [[Lake]] convinced them to die multiple times on [[Terminus Prime]] so he could covertly study [[regeneration]] and find out how long he was able to live. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Lady in the Lake (audio story)|The Lady in the Lake]]'')
 
Stream was created on Demons Run by Madame Kovarian, along with six other clones. After the [[Eleventh Doctor]] raided [[Demons Run]], Stream escaped on a ship with the other six clones. As part of his religious cult, [[Lake]] convinced them to die multiple times on [[Terminus Prime]] so he could covertly study [[regeneration]] and find out how long he was able to live. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Lady in the Lake (audio story)|The Lady in the Lake]]'')
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== Behind the scenes ==
 
== Behind the scenes ==
Like all of their siblings, Stream's name is a reference to water, with their name coming from the word steam, which is a body of water with surface water flowing within the bed and banks of a channel. [[Category:Clones of River Song]]
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Like all of their siblings, Stream's name is a reference to [[water]], with their name coming from the word [[steam]], which is a body of water with surface water flowing within the bed and banks of a channel.
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Revision as of 07:38, January 17, 2019

Stream was a Proto-Time Lord clone of River Song.

Stream was created on Demons Run by Madame Kovarian, along with six other clones. After the Eleventh Doctor raided Demons Run, Stream escaped on a ship with the other six clones. As part of his religious cult, Lake convinced them to die multiple times on Terminus Prime so he could covertly study regeneration and find out how long he was able to live. (AUDIO: The Lady in the Lake)

 Behind the scenes

Like all of their siblings, Stream's name is a reference to water, with their name coming from the word steam, which is a body of water with surface water flowing within the bed and banks of a channel.

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