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Euthys
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Bio:
One of Peri and Yrcanos' three grandchildren. This one, a male, was seen to have opposed the other male grandchild, Artios, for the throne of Krontep. The third grandchild, Actis, was a young girl at the time of this civil war. She was seen to be the mediating influence between her two brothers, and was cultivated as the eventual unifying leader, when she came of age.

The relationships between the siblings were being influenced by forces alien to Krontep.

Notes:
If that bio makes no sense to you, you're hardly alone. These characters come from a Doctor Who story entitled, "The Age of Chaos". This story is fairly rare now, despite having been released in the 1990s. It was written by Colin Baker, who played the Sixth Doctor on television. It arose from the fairly sloppy way that his original companion, Peri, was written out of the series. At first shown to die, but then given an off-screen rebirth and somewhat improbable marriage to Yrcanos, it had been long debated exactly which of the two endings fans should actually believe. By telling his story using the grandchildren, Baker throws his weight into the "Peri really lives" camp.

First Appearance: None listed.

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Issue Appearances:
Doctor Who Magazine Special (1980)


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