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Up to date as of January 31, 2010

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Also known as: Goth
Race: Time Lord
Home Planet: Gallifrey
Home Era: Rassilon Era
Actor: Bernard Horsfall
For other uses of Goth see Goth (disambiguation).

Gothaparduskerialldrapolatkh (or Goth for short) was a Time Lord politician and occasional agent of the Celestial Intervention Agency, who, as Lord Chancellor, made into a pawn of the Master.


Goth had a brother named Rath. (NA: Blood Harvest) On behest of the CIA, Goth masqueraded as a fictional character Lemuel Gulliver in the Land of Fiction, in order to monitor the Doctor. Shortly afterwards, on Gallifrey, Goth with two other Time Lords, would preside over the trial of the Doctor, which would decide the latter's exile on Earth. (DWA: Future Imperfect) Goth was only a Councillor at the time. (DWM: The Legacy of Gallifrey)

He travelled to the planet Tersurus and found the dying Master there. Aware by now that the Lord President intended to name Cardinal Borusa as his successor rather than Goth, the Chancellor entered into an uneasy alliance with the Master, who promised him the presidency in exchange for assisting with killing the Doctor. Goth subsequently assassinated the President (while setting up the Doctor as an unwitting decoy assassin) before he could announce Borusa as the new President, resulting in what should be been a largely unopposed election for the President's office. However, the Doctor announced his own candidacy, so as to buy himself time to investigate.

Inside the Matrix, he fought the Doctor, initially using his knowledge of the Matrix's workings to his advantage. However, the Doctor soon gained the upper hand, and the infuriated Master tried to overload the Matrix by sending a massive energy spike through Goth's brain. This failed to kill the Doctor, who escaped from the Matrix in time, but fatally damaged Goth's brain and destroyed his regeneration cycle. The Doctor found Goth and the seemingly dead (but actually self-sedated) Master afterwards, and the dying Chancellor related to the Doctor how he and the Master had come to be allies, and why he wanted to kill the previous President. Goth died shortly afterwards, and it was decided by Borusa, ironically the man who would have taken the Presidency from him, to cover up the actual truth of his death and to tell the population that he had sacrificed his life to kill the Master. (DW: The Deadly Assassin)

Behind the Scenes

Actor Bernard Horsfall had played both Lemuel Gulliver in The Mind Robber and an un-named Time Lord who presided over the Second Doctor's trial in The War Games. Marc Platt decided to explain this as Goth in all instances in Future Imperfect.

Goth's full name was given in ST: War Crimes.

Aliens and Enemies of Season 6
The Dominators: Dominators  • Rago  • Toba  • Quarks  • Dulcians The Mind Robber: Master Brain  • Master of the Land  • White Robots  • Clockwork Soldiers  • Lemuel Gulliver  • Karkus  • Medusa  • Rapunzel  • D'Artagnan  • Lancelot  • Cyrano de Bergerac  • Blackbeard  • Minotaur  • Unicorn The Invasion: Cybermen  • Tobias Vaughn  • Packer  • Cyber-Director The Krotons: Krotons  • Eelek  • Gonds The Seeds of Death: Slaar  • Ice Warriors  • Martian Seed Pods  • Grand Marshall The Space Pirates: Maurice Caven  • Dervish The War Games: War Lords  • The War Chief  • The War Lord  • Smythe  • Security Chief  • von Weich  • Time Lords  • Goth
Aliens and Enemies of Season 14
The Masque of Mandragora: Mandragora Helix  • Hieronymous  • Federico The Hand of Fear: Eldrad  • Kastrians The Deadly Assassin: The Master  • Goth  • Time Lords The Face of Evil: Xoanon  • Sevateem  • Tesh  • Horda The Robots of Death: Taren Capel  • Sandminer robots  • D84  • SV7 The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Magnus Greel  • Li H'sen Chang  • Mr. Sin  • Tong of the Black Scorpion  • Giant rats  • Lee  • Ho
Time Lords
The Doctor  • The Master  • The Rani  • Romana  • Borusa  • Omega  • Rassilon  • The Other  • Morbius  • The Monk  • The War Chief  • Susan Foreman  • Jenny  • The Woman  • Darkel  • Hedin  • Maxil  • K'anpo Rimpoche  • Flavia  • Thalia  • Goth  • Drax  • The Valeyard  • The Visionary
See also: Meta-Crisis Tenth Doctor  • Donna Noble

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Goth (New Earth) article)

From DC Database

Character Template Character Template

Real Name
Current Alias

Limbo, Goth, Rave, Grunge,





Base Of Operations
Mobile, Dis


6' 2"

130 lbs (59 kg)




Unusual Features
Yellow claws, wings

Marital Status

Demon, rock star, actor, corrupter of youth


Place of Birth
Possibly Hell



Do The Limbo

Years ago, the Teen Titans were called upon to provide security for a rock concert taking place in the town of Eden Crest. The performer was a rock star named Limbo, who kids idolized and parents feared. Limbo incited a riot at the concert, which was contained by the Titans. The riot was actually a diversion. Limbo was actually trying to acquire an anti-aging formula, which was being worked on at Cardy Research Center. The Titans thwarted his plans and Limbo was not seen from again.

Behind the scenes, "Limbo" was actually a demonic creature trying to acquire the anti-aging formula for the Contessa. "Limbo" made a sinister practice of enticing kids towards a path of social apathy and violence. Over the years, "Limbo" assumed different guises, each latching onto a persona that would prove charismatic to the young. Over the years, the demonic creature has assumed the (known) guises of Limbo, Grunge, Rave and most recently, Goth.

Dissed By Goth

As Goth, he's a horror film actor that takes his role to the extreme, wearing his 'make-up' 24 hours a day. Goth flirts with concepts of mortality, death and chaos – often intriguing teenagers with his dark demeanor. Nightwing became suspicious of Goth when a string of murders mirrored the plots of Goth's movies. As the Titans engaged Goth at a horror convention, the team was transported to Goth's portion of 'Hell', known as Dis.

In Dis, all residents have immortality, but start to lose the ability to care about anything. Goth had already lured hundreds of kids into Dis. Nightwing deduced that when an individual started caring about something in Dis, they were expunged and returned home. The Titans were eventually able to save the kids when Starfire put Goth in jeopardy. As all the kids idolized Goth, they cared he was in danger and were instantly transported home.

Goth nonetheless continued his villainous ways. When the Titans were effected by Klarion the Witch Boy's aging spell, Goth once again plotted against them – and allied himself with the Contessa once again. To this end, he created a new army of 'upgraded' Wildebeests. These Wildebeests looked like their predecessors, but once unmasked, were revealed to be actual Wildebeest-looking man-monsters. Goth commanded the new Wildebeests to attack JFK International and Grand Central Station. The Titans eventually defeated these new Wildebeests.

Goth Gone

Sometime later, Goth attempted to channel powerful dark magic, and was destroyed as a result. The Justice Society found only his charred corpse, with a gaping hole in his chest.

Powers and Abilities


Superhuman Strength

Demonic Flames: Ability to generate hellish flames

Hypnosis: Ability to induce trances in others

Claws: Possesses razor-sharp claws

Flight :appears to posses a set of wings witch could possibly be used for flight





Possibly flight (he has wings)


There where many rumors claiming goth was inspired by real life shock rocker Marilyn Manson.[citation needed]

See Also

Links and References

  • None.


Titans Villain(s)

This character is or was primarily an enemy of the Teen Titans, the Titans, or any of the other various Titans incarnations. This template will categorize articles that include it into the "Titans Villains" category.

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Guardian of the Hunt article)

From GuildWiki

Guardian of the Hunt
Shield details
Linked Attribute(s): Strength
PvP reward type: Exotic
Common: Wood Planks
Rare: ?



The Guardian of the Hunt is a type of shield. It is made of petrified wood or possibly stone, and is carved in the shape of a lion's head.

This is a Factions campaign item.





The shield dyes very darkly. Black dye obscures details and reflections. It is dyed yellow by default.


  • This item is abbreviated as GoTH., which may be a reference to its appearance, the Kurzick areas in which it is found, or a coincidence.
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Up to date as of February 08, 2010
(Redirected to Geoff article)

From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

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"Your destruction is the will of the gods...and we are their instruments."
—Elite Major
"...Go to hell."
Geoff, out of ammo, confronts a Major Elite, who is about to kill him.
Biographical information


Date of death


Physical description





Old Design Rocket Warthog

Chronological and political information

Human-Covenant War

Notable Facts

Survivor of the mission





According to the E3 2000 demo, Geoff was serving on the Pillar of Autumn in 2552, which crash-landed on Halo. There, Geoff and the rest of his squad were to infiltrate a Covenant held bunker. Geoff and two of his squadmates drove there on a Warthog, Geoff riding shotgun, while the other three members got there on foot.

Geoff and the rest of the squad broke into the bunker, but lost Sigurd in the process. He and McLees were tasked with guarding the entrance door to the bunker. They failed in their attempt to help their sergeant, who was ambushed and killed. Geoff escaped in a Ghost, while McLees covered him. Followed by two Ghosts and Banshees, his Ghost got shot down, however he was saved in time by the Master Chief. The two of them were the only survivors of the mission.

He most likely died when Master Chief destroyed Alpha Halo. Since his character resembles Dubbo, however, he may have survived.


  • The E3 2000 demo was shot while Bungie was still working on the game. Some aspects of the demo say that it isn't canon. For instance, the Master Chief was in the demo, while in both Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo: The Flood there was never a mention of the Master Chief participating in such mission.

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