I'm being deliberately provocative and controvertial here, but is this story 'canon'? Discuss!
--Mantrid 19:20, 18 January 2006 (UTC)

I dunno, but it certainly shouldn't be listed under "Television stories". Ben Standeven 22:03, 21 March 2006 (UTC)
Hmm, the more I think about it, the more it seems to qualify as a pastiche rather than a canonical television story. I'll be making the appropriate changes.

--Freethinker1of1 15:59, 22 March 2006 (UTC)

I'm not sure that I agree that it's a pastiche (though I know what you're getting at). I would suggest, due to its interactive nature, that it would be more appropriately categorised as a game (just like the various other Who computer games).
--Mantrid 17:41, 22 March 2006 (UTC)
I would agree that it would seem more suited to being considered a game --Amxitsa 20:23, 22 March 2006 (UTC)
Article said:
The first sentence of this seems especially troubling to me, as the story explains where Rose is. If anything, her absence helps to move this story towards canon, not away. It gives the Doctor motivation to look for a new companion. The adventure doesn't take place without consideration of Rose; it only occurs because she's gone. CzechOut | 00:59, 28 July 2008 (UTC)

Online version? Edit

I believe there was a online version of this episode from the BBC before it was taken down off the website. Can this be added? Are they any other version available online to get the full experience beyond the Youtube vids? Zidel333 20:31, 19 April 2008 (UTC)

I played/watched it online, so yes, there was. 02:39, 30 March 2009 (UTC)

didnt saw any zygon --Ceryu 03:04, July 19, 2011 (UTC)

Name change Edit

Article was moved to Attack of the Graske (video game) based on consensus achieved at Forum:Attack of the Graske: tv or video game. Please do not move this page without achieving a similar consensus.
czechout@fandom   22:55: Fri 30 Mar 2012 

Info from "Attack of the Graske" reused in Sarah Jane's Alien Files (impact on validity?) Edit

I was about to edit the article on the planet Griffoth, and I saw this world and the source it originated in were considered non-canon—or rather "invalid"—by the community. However, the first episode of the Sarah Jane's Alien Files not only mentions but also shows Griffoth. (It also confirms it was one of the 27 stolen planets that were removed to the Medusa Cascade, but that's another story.) In light of this, I think we should at least reconsider the status of that source. --Lelal Mekha (Parlour) 22:27, September 29, 2014 (UTC)

I don't think that's enough to warrant a re-evaluation. It's not surprising that they've been consistent and gone with Griffoth and the Medusa Cascade bit is irrelevant. The reasoning behind its invalidation still stands.--Skittles the hog - talk 22:48, September 29, 2014 (UTC)

removing continuity Edit

Since we don't allow Continuity sections on NOTVALID stories, I'm moving the items here. Shambala108 02:55, July 27, 2016 (UTC)

  • Sarah Jane Smith met similar creatures to the Changelings. The Shadow People also imitated the appearence of other creatures. They also looked exactly like them. Only when they were angry they were recognisable and had red eyes, similar to the Changelings who were recognisable through their green eyes. (AUDIO: The Shadow People)
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