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Battle of the Game Station
Part of: Aftermath of the Last Great Time War
Date: 200,100
Location: Earth, surrounding space and the Game Station
Result: Human victory (but Earth took a lot of damage and all Humans on the Game Station but one were killed)
Destruction of the Dalek Emperor
The Doctor is forced to regenerate into his tenth incarnation
Combatants:
Commanders:
Strength:
  • Over 400,000 Daleks
  • Small resistance on Game Station

The Battle of the Game Station was one of the many major battles between Humans and Daleks, and part of the aftermath of the Last Great Time War. It took place on the Game Station. The Doctor considered the battle part of the War, and its outcome the "last act of the Time War".

Contents

History

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Origins

The Battle of Satellite Five was started because the Dalek Emperor and his flagship survived the destruction of the Dalek Empire in the Last Great Time War, and fell through time to the year 199,909 and began influencing the Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire as a cover for his plans, using the Jagrafess and the Editor as puppet leaders in his plans. He rebuilt the Dalek race from Human cells taken using "disintegration" beams to create an army of nearly half a million Daleks, and built an extra two hundred flying saucers to rebuild the imperial fleet at the edge of the Sol system. (DW: The Long Game, Bad Wolf / The Parting of the Ways)

Conflict

Beginnings

In the year 200,100, when the Dalek plan was nearing completion, the Daleks were discovered by the Doctor, who they needed for part of their plan. They took Rose Tyler and threatened to kill her unless the Doctor let Earth fall to the Daleks, however the Doctor refused, and with Jack Harkness travelled to the Emperor's flagship in the Doctor's TARDIS as the fleet advanced upon Earth. (DW: Bad Wolf)

The Battle

After realising that the Dalek Emperor was still in existance and that the new army of Kaled mutants were half-Human and forced to worship the Emperor, the Doctor, Rose and Jack travelled back to the Game Station and protected the top five levels with a force field provided by the tribophysical waveform macro-kinetic extrapolator, and sent Jack down to the lower levels to recruit Humans to fight against the oncomng army. However, thanks to Rodrick, a Human, most of the people refused, believing that the Daleks were mere myth.

The Doctor built a delta wave to fry the Daleks' brainstems and sent Rose back to 2006, as the recruited Humans shot bastic bullets into the casings of the Daleks which had arrived at the Game Station, however only managing to blind one before all humans but Jack were killed. The Anne Droid successfully destroyed three Daleks with its disintegration beam before she too was destroyed. The Dalek fleet advanced upon Earth, using their weapons to bomb the continents out of existence. It is not known whether the Emperor was trying to recreate the planet Skaro on Earth, or just killing all the Humans on the planet.

Eventually all the Humans on the Station were killed, including Jack. However, Rose returned from the 21st century as the omnipotent Bad Wolf, dividing the Daleks and their fleet into atoms before turning them to dust, and resurrected Jack. (DW: The Parting of the Ways) So far, it is unknown if Rose returned the continents to their original shape, or if any other humans on the Game Station were resurrected.

Aftermath

The Doctor had to absorb the Time Vortex energy which had made Rose into the Bad Wolf, causing him to regenerate into his tenth incarnation. (DW: The Parting of the Ways, Children in Need Special)

Humanity was left to recover after the previous 191 years of suppression by the Daleks. (DW: The Parting of the Ways)

Jack was also left behind by the Doctor but managed to used his Vortex Manipulator in his Time Agent wrist strap to try to return to the present time and wait for the Doctor. The Manipulator deposited him in 1869 and broke down, leaving him stranded. Also his resurrection by Rose left him immortal and unable to truly die.

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