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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Genocide
Series: Doctor Who -
BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures
Release Number: 4
Doctor: Eighth Doctor
Companions: Sam Jones
Enemy: The Tractites
Setting: Paratractis, 2109
Africa, Tanzania 2,569,878 BCE & African Plains 3,630,000 BCE
Author: Paul Leonard
Publisher: BBC Books
Publication: September 1997
Format: Paperback Book, 281 Pages
ISBN: ISBN 0-563-40572-4
Previous Story: The Bodysnatchers
Following Story: War of the Daleks

Contents

Publisher's Summary

Years after leaving UNIT, Jo Grant receives a plea for help from an old acquaintance. A palaeontological study of the earliest known humans is apparently under threat from a UNIT force led by a captain who does not officially exist. Investigating further, she begins to find herself out of her depth - and out of the twentieth century altogether...

Meanwhile, the Doctor and Sam visit Earth in 2109 - but there is no trace of the human race. Earth is home of the Tractites, a peaceful race who have been living there for hundreds of thousands of years. Astonished and appalled, the Doctor travels back in time to see just what went wrong in Earth's prehistory.

Why have Jo and the expedition been taken back in time? Are the Tractites all they seem? Finally, separated from the TARDIS, the Doctor's last chance to put things right rests with Sam - but has even she turned against him?

Characters

  • The Doctor
    • Mentions Davros in talking to Sam "My old friend Davros".
  • Sam Jones
  • Jo Grant
    • Blasts away Tractites to make sure her future would still be there.
  • John Benton
    • Is now in a purely administrative position at UNIT.
  • Rowenna Michaels
    • Attacked and killed by wild dogs.
  • Julie Sands
    • Killed by wild dogs.
  • Mauvril
  • Kitig

References

Notes

  • The alternate cover (below main cover) is is a pre-press cover which is used on some internet sites such as Amazon.com.
  • This novel was advertised on several Doctor Who VHS releases as one of several new novels, it was advertised with a background showing Jo Grant.

Continuity

External Links


BBC Eighth Doctor Adventures
Previous Release:
The Bodysnatchers
Next Release:
War of the Daleks



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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Genocide is the act of deliberately terminating the lives of an entire racial, national, ethnic, or religious group of sentient people. Throughout the galaxy there have been numerous examples of genocide or attempted genocide.

In the mid-2260s, the being Quetzalcoatl - who had visited Earth several hundred years earlier - traveled to the Klingon planet, Hrakkour, and influenced its population to adopt a more peaceful lifestyle. In response the Klingon Admiral Vlict Kenka committed genocide, killing the entire population of Hrakkour. (TOS video game: 25th Anniversary)

Section 31 attempted to commit genocide against the Founders of the Dominion. While Odo was being examined at Starfleet Command, an operative managed to infect him with a morphogenic virus, which Odo spread to other Changelings when he joined with them. Doctor Bashir discovered this, and managed to retreive the cure from Luther Sloan's mind just before he died. (DS9 episodes: "When It Rains...", "Extreme Measures"; DS9 novel: Abyss)

At the conclusion of the Dominion War, nearly the entire Cardassian population turned against the Dominion during the Battle of Cardassia - the Cardassian fleet began attacking the Jem'Hadar and Breen vessels. When informed of this, the Female Changeling attempted to commit genocide when she ordered the Jem'Hadar to kill all the Cardassians still living on Cardassia Prime. The genocide was stopped when Odo convinced her to surrender to the Federation and their allies. (DS9 episode: "What You Leave Behind")

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DC Comics

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-- Genocide

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History

Understanding that the Secret Society of Super Villains needed a major weapon strong enough to kill members of the Justice League of America, Dr. Barbara Minerva agreed to use a plan initially thought of by team member T. O. Morrow. She had Dr. Morrow gather the scientists within the team to collect soil samples from various regions of Earth where acts of genocide took place over the past 100 years. (1908-2008) They used the soil to empower the dead body of Wonder Woman, stolen from the future, to create the sadist villain Genocide, which was brought to life through a combination of science and the magic of Felix Faust.

Dr. Minerva initially set Genocide loose at a shopping mall in downtown Washington D.C. to draw the Justice League's attention. The Department of Metahuman Affairs dispatched a team of agents, which included Agent Diana Prince to investigate the disturbance. After changing into her super powered alter ego, Genocide beat Wonder Woman near to the point of death and stole her Lasso of Truth. After having the Lasso surgically grafted into her body by the Crime Doctor, Genocide was sent to the home base of the D.M.A. to retrieve the captive Doctor Psycho. She slaughtered nearly everyone there before being attacked by the Justice League of America, and she quickly defeated John Stewart, Firestorm & Red Tornado.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

  • God-level super strength. Surpasses Wonder Woman, and even Superman.
  • Teleportation
  • Channels rage from its victims to increase its strength
  • Invulnerability
  • Accelerated healing
  • Creates an aura of dispair in its general vicinity
  • High speed reflexes

Paraphernalia

Equipment

Lasso of Truth: Genocide has Wonder Woman's Lasso of Truth (Kalos Alétheias) woven into her shoulders, arms, and back. She uses the lasso not only for it's truth-telling abilities, but also to directly attack people's souls.

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

This article is about the pay-per-view event held by TWOStars. For the wrestler of the same name that currently wrestles for Lords of Pain Wrestling, see Genocide (LPW).

Genocide is an annual Pay Per View event held by TWOStars.


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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From SWG Wiki

<< Previous Quest: Grim Discovery

Level: 43

Rewards:

The datapad held information about a Queen, you are sent to GeneTech Syndicate Labs (13 -3532) outside Dearic to investigate.

Outside the GeneTech Syndicate Labs, Jana T'bayr will give you the quest Adaptive Biology.

Find the Terminal

First order of business is to find the directory terminal at /way 1 -3536 and use it. After reading the information from the terminal, you are given three separate sub-quests to complete:

After completing the three sub-quests, kill the Queen, then infect six eggs in the queen's chamber.

The 6 eggs are at:

/way talus -43 -3432 Egg1;
/way talus -20 -3414 Egg2;
/way talus -31 -3421 Egg3;
/way talus -67 -3409 Egg4;
/way talus -75 -3433 Egg5;
/way talus -47 -3463 Egg6;

Return to CorSec Agent Taarna in Nashal to finish up.

Following Quest: Corellia Droid Factory >>

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