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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

The Sevateem was an artificial cultural grouping on the unnamed planet colonised by the Mordee expedition. The Sevateem referred to themselves as a tribe.

History

The Sevateem were the degenerated remnant of the original expedition's Survey Team. Their development and behaviour were influenced by Xoanon as part of its experiments to contrast physical and intuitive development with mental and psychic development.

It is unknown how much of the retrogression in Sevateem culture occurred naturally and how much Xoanon was directly responsible for.

Culture

The Sevateem had a warrior culture, living in a state of permanent war with their counterparts the Tesh. Men and women were both expected to fight. Crossbows, knives, and poisonous janis thorns were all common weapons. The test of the Horda, a trial by ordeal involving vicious native predators, was also part of their way of life.

The tribe's culture revolved around the worship of Xoanon, who they believed was held captive by the Evil One (a reflection of the computer's damaged psyche). The Evil One supposedly resembled the Doctor's fourth incarnation. The tribe's priest had access to Xoanon through an almost-derelict communications array. Many other relics hinting at the Sevateem's technological origins were visible although the tribe themselves were of course not aware of this. (DW: The Face of Evil)

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List of Sevateem Members

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

This article uses material from the "Sevateem" article on the Dr Who wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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