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Reviewed By: traves8853Review Date: 1/2/16 12:58 pm
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More trust issues and Siy tries to get more evidence for Selestru to present to the Galactic Federation as they near the brink of war. A very action packed finale. I would say this series lacked the great ideas that made the first two so enjoyable. The idea of Daleks turning humans into Daleks was introduced in the Colin Baker TV serial: Revelation of the Daleks. The ending is brutal but a nice lead into the next series. Although, the human race becoming like Daleks is quite reminiscent of the Cyberman series.
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Reviewed By: traves8853Review Date: 1/2/16 11:39 am
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Siy was knocked out but Amour in the last one so there is a lot of rehashing exposition for his benefit. All very emotionally charged but not all that interesting for the listener. More character driven than the last and trust issues come to the fore.
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Reviewed By: traves8853Review Date: 1/2/16 8:16 am
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Lots of moral philosophising about whether it is advisable to except Dalek assistance to defeat the NSF virus. It's strange to hear characters who have seen the Daleks destroy everything they hold dear doubt the value of their convictions and I have to say I wasn't particularly convinced. The revelation of the shapeshifting Demons is the most interesting facet of this episode and the series so far.
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Reviewed By: traves8853Review Date: 1/2/16 7:00 am
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Galanar goes undercover in a Healing Zone on the planet Scalanis 8. Kaymee contracts the NFS virus and things go from bad to worse as the Daleks begin geo-forming. There are more revelations about Amur and Siy with less of the focus on the Graxis Wardens. Amur manages to convince Selestru that her father's illness is a perfect cover to infiltrate the healing zone. The Daleks Supreme emerges and plans go into motion to stop the Daleks. Meanwhile, Galanar discovers a shared history between himself and the Daleks.

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