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Little is known about the Editor, except that he managed the operations of Satellite 5 from Floor 500, unseen and unknown to the rank-and-file journalists who packaged and broadcast the news over six hundred channels. He also monitored the thoughts of all those connected to the archives of the station via [[Brain Chip|chips]] implanted into people's heads, which were required to access the computer systems of the [[Far future|2001st century]]. Through these implants, the Editor was able to instantly know whatever the person connected knew, and was even able to sense when a record was fictional or not, or that there was something out of place with a particular individual before a security check confirmed it.
 
Little is known about the Editor, except that he managed the operations of Satellite 5 from Floor 500, unseen and unknown to the rank-and-file journalists who packaged and broadcast the news over six hundred channels. He also monitored the thoughts of all those connected to the archives of the station via [[Brain Chip|chips]] implanted into people's heads, which were required to access the computer systems of the [[Far future|2001st century]]. Through these implants, the Editor was able to instantly know whatever the person connected knew, and was even able to sense when a record was fictional or not, or that there was something out of place with a particular individual before a security check confirmed it.
   
The Editor was a smooth and sinister individual in the mould of an evil genius, but was not the true controller of the station. He reported to the monstrous slug-like extraterrestrial known as the Jagrafess. The Editor claimed that he represented a consortium of interstellar banks whose intent was to subtly control [[Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire|the Empire]] by means of manipulating the news. In the ninety years since Satellite 5 had been established, the social, economic and technological development of the human race had been retarded, making them inward looking and xenophobic. When the [[Ninth Doctor|Doctor]] investigated this, he and [[Rose Tyler|Rose]] were captured by the Editor.
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The Editor was a smooth and sinister individual in the mould of an evil genius, but was not the true controller of the station. He reported to the monstrous slug-like extraterrestrial known as the [[Jagrafess]]. The Editor claimed that he represented a consortium of interstellar banks whose intent was to subtly control [[Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire|the Empire]] by means of manipulating the news. In the ninety years since Satellite 5 had been established, the social, economic and technological development of the human race had been retarded, making them inward looking and xenophobic. When the [[Ninth Doctor|Doctor]] investigated this, he and [[Rose Tyler|Rose]] were captured by the Editor.
   
 
Initially, the Editor was both intrigued and frustrated at the fact that records of their existence did not seem to exist in the archives. However, because the Doctor's new companion [[Adam Mitchell|Adam]] had accessed the archives of the Satellite, the Editor acquired the knowledge that the Doctor was a [[Time Lord]] and had a [[TARDIS]] capable of [[time travel]].
 
Initially, the Editor was both intrigued and frustrated at the fact that records of their existence did not seem to exist in the archives. However, because the Doctor's new companion [[Adam Mitchell|Adam]] had accessed the archives of the Satellite, the Editor acquired the knowledge that the Doctor was a [[Time Lord]] and had a [[TARDIS]] capable of [[time travel]].

Revision as of 15:51, June 12, 2008

The Editor was the human servant of the Jagrafess on board Satellite Five in the year 200,000.

Little is known about the Editor, except that he managed the operations of Satellite 5 from Floor 500, unseen and unknown to the rank-and-file journalists who packaged and broadcast the news over six hundred channels. He also monitored the thoughts of all those connected to the archives of the station via chips implanted into people's heads, which were required to access the computer systems of the 2001st century. Through these implants, the Editor was able to instantly know whatever the person connected knew, and was even able to sense when a record was fictional or not, or that there was something out of place with a particular individual before a security check confirmed it.

The Editor was a smooth and sinister individual in the mould of an evil genius, but was not the true controller of the station. He reported to the monstrous slug-like extraterrestrial known as the Jagrafess. The Editor claimed that he represented a consortium of interstellar banks whose intent was to subtly control the Empire by means of manipulating the news. In the ninety years since Satellite 5 had been established, the social, economic and technological development of the human race had been retarded, making them inward looking and xenophobic. When the Doctor investigated this, he and Rose were captured by the Editor.

Initially, the Editor was both intrigued and frustrated at the fact that records of their existence did not seem to exist in the archives. However, because the Doctor's new companion Adam had accessed the archives of the Satellite, the Editor acquired the knowledge that the Doctor was a Time Lord and had a TARDIS capable of time travel.

Before he could gain the Doctor's secrets or claim the TARDIS, however, a Human journalist named Cathica (who had been following the Doctor's investigation) reversed the environmental controls of Floor 500 that had been kept at an icy temperature vital for keeping the Jagrafess alive. It is assumed that the Editor died with the Jagrafess when the creature exploded but it is possible that he has survived. (DW: The Long Game)

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