Return of the Daleks , the Movellan virus TV: The Daleks face the Doctor.
The Eleventh Hour. Despite their efforts, after decades of fighting, the Daleks found they were losing. Guilt Davros heard the word in the proposed "Dalek Solution", presented to him by assistant Shan ; he soon stole her idea, and adapted it into what would become the creation of the Daleks.
In 2135 , the Second Doctor arrived on the planet, intent on fighting the Daleks' power.
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Meanwhile, Goddard orders the guards to take van Statten away and mindwipe him for causing the events that resulted in the death of 200 people, smugly ordering him dumped on a street corner in San Francisco or another city starting with an "S". Season 11: The Mutant Phase. Peter Capaldi. However, the unearthing of the Dalek activated the Dalek Factor in Kate Yates who developed a Dalek personality and touched the dead casing, causing her Dalek life-force to grow a new Dalek in the casing from the casing's databanks.
They were incapacitated if removed from the floor. Victory of the Daleks. Return of the Daleks. Three Daleks survived the encounter with the Doctor in their ship. Time's Horizon.
At one point in history the communication devices limited Dalek speech. The Doctor convinced him not to change the past.
Although they were nearly invulnerable, Daleks had several exploitable weaknesses. The years seen in this section may seem decidedly "off".
The plan failed by the interference of the DoctorDonna , who closed off all of the Z-Neutrino energy relay loops of the reality bomb by using an internalised synchronous back-feed reversal loop , locked the Daleks' weaponry in a self-replicating energy blindfold matrix through macrotransmission of a K-filter wavelength and interfered with the Daleks' systems with a trip stitch circuit-breaker in the psycho-kinetic threshold manipulator. Written by Robert Shearman.
The Daleks invaded Trodos and wiped out the Trods. Once Rose and Adam are clear, they open fire on the Dalek, assisted by technicians, scientists and lawyers, but it sits there, impervious, even allowing the Doctor to see this on the monitors to prove it. Christopher Eccleston.