Tardis

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Victory

Temmosus voiced his surprise at how often apparent defeat could be turned to victory. (TV: The Daleks)

The Abzorbaloff anticipated that he would return to his home planet Clom victorious once he possessed the Doctor's TARDIS. (TV: Love & Monsters)

The Tenth Doctor observed that the materialisation of five million Cybusmen on Earth was too late to be an invasion, rather a victory. (TV: Army of Ghosts)

Aboard the Crucible, Davros told the Tenth Doctor that the destruction of reality would be his ultimate victory. He also regarded the observation of the Doctor's soul, that he made people into weapons, as his final victory. (TV: Journey's End) Later, within the Dalek City on Skaro, Davros saw his final victory as making the Twelfth Doctor see that compassion was wrong. (TV: The Magician's Apprentice)

After successfully goading the Eleventh Doctor into verifying them as Daleks, the Ironsides chanted "victory!" before returning to their ship. Unaware of the upcoming New Dalek Paradigm, the Doctor mockingly proclaimed the Daleks' intent to escape as their "great victory". (TV: Victory of the Daleks)

In the wake of the first Flux event, the Cybermen sought to seize what remained of the universe such that the "Cyber-victory" would be ultimate. (TV: Once, Upon Time)

The Sontarans launched the Flux Offensive in order to secure the ultimate and final victory for Sontar. To that end, they deceived the Dalek War Fleet and the Cyber-Fleet into being destroyed by the Flux. (TV: The Vanquishers)

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