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Harma
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Bio:
Harma was a most unusual Ice Warrior. He was, for reasons obscure, living outside Ice Warrior society. At some point, he made his way to the planet Paradise, where he bound himself into service with Slash Killerstein's Murderama, a business specializing in offering custom murders of its clients, much in the style of a massage parlor. In a somewhat warped sense of Ice Warrior honor, Harma believed that business contracts, such as the one used to employ him, were unbreakable in letter or spirit. Thus, when Abslom Daak, an old friend, came to recruit him to join the crew of Kill-Wagon, Harma felt duty bound to murder him, simply because of the wording on his contract of employment. Daak overcame the contractual obligation, though, and soon Harma and Daak were journeying through the stars again, on their mission to kill "every last stinking Dalek" in the galaxy.

Notes:


First Appearance: Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #44

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Issue Appearances:
Abslom Daak - Dalek Killer (1990)
Doctor Who (1984)
Doctor Who Magazine (1979)

Group Affiliation(s):
Ice Warriors
Kill-Wagon crew

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