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Enemies of the Doctor

Where would the Doctor be if there were no bad guys to battle? Doctor Who is fortunate to have some of the really best baddies in science fiction. My personal favourite being the Daleks, a race with incredible technological advances that live solely to destroy anything that isn't a Dalek. Just think, you can't reason with them - all they want is for you to either serve them as slaves or to die.

I have put together a list of what I consider to be the most significant enemies of the Doctor. If you think I have missed one of them then please let me know and I'll include it.

Auton Dummy
Autons - living plastic, brought to life by the nesterine consciousness. DVDs for the Doctors that encountered the Autons are located here Jon Pertwee and here Christopher Eccleston
Axon
Axons – Intent on absorbing the Earth’s energy, these vast tentacled aliens disguised themselves as bronzed humanoids and, to gain peoples’ trust, offered to end world famine. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Axons are located here Jon Pertwee
 
The Beast from the Pit
The Beast from the Pit. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered The Beats are located here David Tennant.
Bok
Bok - A small stone statue brought to life as a servant to the Master in his quest to gain the power of the Daemons. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered Bok are located here Jon Pertwee
 
Cassandra from the new series of Dr Who
Cassandra - The last human and encountered in both series 1 and 2 of the new Doctor Who. DVDs for the Doctor who encountered Cassandra are located here David Tennant
Clockwork Robot
Clockwork robots - who used all kinds of things for spare parts, they just needed a bit of brains. DVDs for the Doctor who encountered Cassandra are located here David Tennant.
 
Cyberman
Cybermen - Decimated by disease the inhabitants of Mondas used surgery to cybernetically augment limbs and organs. As their last vestiges of flesh were lost so were their emotions. The Cybermen were voted as one of the top 10 Sci-Fi baddies of all time, see survey results. DVDs are available for all the Doctors..
Daemon
Daemons – A powerful race of cloven hoofed horned beasts of immense power. They can change their size at will and are responsible for man’s mythology for the Devil. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered Bok are located here Jon Pertwee
Dalek
Daleks - The Doctor’s greatest enemy, the self-professed masters of the universe. Every Doctor has encountered the Daleks. The Daleks were voted as the number one baddie of all time, see survey results. DVDs are available for all the Doctors They have all encountered the Daleks !
Davros
Davros - The evil genius that created the Daleks that has plagued the Doctors through every regeneration. DVDs are available for all the Doctors They have all encountered the Daleks !
Destroyer from Dr Who
Destroyer – A chained beast in Battlefield, with blue skin. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Destroyer are located here Slyvester McCoy.
Empress of Racnoss
Empress of Racnoss, as seen in The Runaway Bride. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Empress are located here David Tennant.
Face of Boe
Face of Boe - Not an enemy, but could not be ignored. DVDs for the Doctors that encountered the Face of Boe are located here Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant.
Fendahl
Fendahl – A 12 million year old skull held the power of the Fendahl. It took over the body of a woman and, through her, created an army of six foot long slug-like Fendahleens. DVDs for the Doctor who encountered the Fendahl are located here Peter Davison
Ice Warrior
Ice Warriors – Noble reptilian warriors from Mars who made an attempt to take over the Earth before turning to peace. DVDs for the Doctors who encountered the Ice Warriors are located here Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker
Jagaroth
Jagaroth – Scaroth, the last of the Jagaroth, used profits from stolen works of art to finance experiments in time travel. He appears in City of Death, filmed in Paris (the first foreign filming location). DVDs for the Doctor who encountered the Jagaroth are located here Tom Baker.
Jagrafuss
Jagrafess - Servant of the Daleks, employed to mis-guide humans in the far future. DVDs for the Doctor who encountered the Jagrafess are located here Christopher Eccleston.
Judoon
Judoon - a soldier, or rather Police Officer, for galactic law enforcement. DVDs for the Doctor who encountered the Judoon are located here David Tennant.
Skarasen
Loch Ness Monster – A Skarasen, used by the Zygons to destroy oil rigs. DVDs for the Doctor who encountered the Loch Ness Monster are located here Tom Baker.
Macra
Macra – A slime-oozing crustacean that enslaved humans to mine poisonous gas. DVDs for the Doctor who encountered the Macra are located here Patrick Troughton.
The Master
Master – a Timelord whose villainy is without end and whose crimes are without number. The Master was voted as one of the top 10 Sci-Fi baddies of all time, see survey results. The Master has appeared with several of the Doctors.
Morbious
Morbious – A Timelord sentenced to obliteration for evil crimes. His brain was removed by Solon who intended implant it into another head so that he may live again. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered Morbious are located here Tom Baker
Moxx of Balhoon
Moxx of Balhoon - Not an enemy, but could not be ignored. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Moxx are located here David Tennant.
Ood
Ood - A simple race but whose mind was controlled by the beast. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Odd are located here David Tennant.
Omega
Omega – A famous Timelord who with Rassilon built the apparatus which enables Timelords to travel through time. In creating the black hole device Omega was transported into the world of anti-matter where both his power and hatred of the Timelords grew. DVDs for the Doctors that encountered Omega are located here Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee and Peter Davison.
Ogrons
Ogrons – Tall ape-like figures who were the servants of the Daleks. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Ogrons are located here Jon Pertwee
Pyrovile
Pyrovile - a ceatue of fire that caused the eruption of Mt Vesuvius and destroyed the rome city of Pompeii. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Pyrovile are located here David Tennant.
Reaper
Reaper - A being that exists between dimensions that can slip through between them when there is a crack or gateway. The reaper feeds on life. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Odd are located here Christopher Eccleston
Robot
Robot – A poor innocent robot who was finally consumed with power and eventually had to be destroyed. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Robot are located here Tom Baker
Robots of Death
Robots of Death – Normal service robots who had been reprogrammed to kill in aid of a madman to destroy infesting humans and create a robot utopia. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Robots are located here Tom Baker
Sea Devil
Sea Devils – Aquatic creatures who have shared the Earth with man for thousands of years who make themselves known by starting to expand their territory with tragic consequences. DVDs for the Doctors that encountered the Sea Devils are located here Jon Pertwee and Peter Davison
 
The Silence
The Silence -A religious order who are intent on killing the Doctor to prevent him answering the oldest question in the universe, Doctor Who? They have made a number attempts to destroy the Doctor, including rigging his TARDIS to explode. Their main defence mechanism is that you instantly forget them if you're not looking at them. Appeared with Matt Smith.
Slitheen
Slitheen - A very unpleasant family of aliens intent on destroying the Earth in series 1 of the new Doctor Who. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Slitheen are located here Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant.
Sontaran
Sontarans – A race of squat muscular clones who thrive on war. DVDs for the Doctors that encountered the Sontarans are located here Tom Baker, Sylvester McCoy and David Tennant
Sutekh
Sutekh – Last of the Osirons. Sutekh is trapped for thousands of years in one of the great pyramids of Egypt. He finds pleasure in destruction and is of limitless power. Arguably the most dangerous individual in the universe. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered Sutekh are located here Tom Baker
Terileptil
Terileptils– Reptilians who crashed to Earth in 1666. They planned to release a lethal plague but the great fire of London put a stop to that. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered Terilereptis are located here Peter Davison.
VashtaNerada
Vashta Nerada - totally indestructible and feeding on any living creature. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Vashta Nerada are located here David Tennant.
Wirrn
Wirrn – Insects that incubated their eggs in other life forms. The larvae spread, mutated the host bodies into drone Wirrens which, like ants, live only to protect the queen. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Wirrn are located here Tom Baker
   
Weeping Angel
Weeping Angels– According to The Doctor, the Weeping Angels "are as old as the universe (or very nearly), but no one really knows where they come from." He describes them as the loneliest beings in the universe, since their quantum-lock reaction makes it difficult for them to socialise; he also describes them as "the deadliest, most powerful, most malevolent life-form evolution has ever produced". Personally I don't think they would stand a chance against the Daleks.
Yeti
Yeti – Robot servants of the Great Intelligence, a shapeless cosmic entity. They were used to invade the London underground. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Yeti are located here Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee
Zarbi
Zarbi – Giant ants enslaved by the animus on the planet Vortis. They were at war with a peaceful moth-like race, the Menoptra. The pictures shows the Menoptra, Zarbi and Venom Grub in that order. DVDs for the Doctor that encountered the Zarbi are located here William Hartnell
Zygons
Zygons – Alien visitors who lived in Loch Ness with the monster which they used as a weapon and for sustenance. The Zygons can change their appearance at will to look like humans. DVDs for the Doctor who encountered the Zygons are located here Jon Pertwee.