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Werelox (various)
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Lupine aliens. Essentially werewolves. Like Ogrons, they are a species of relatively primitive organics used by the Daleks to "soften up" a population prior to invasion.

These creatures are somewhat illogical. Like earthbound werewolves, they transform into their more aggressive selves by the light of the moon. However, they're shown to be spacefaring. Since moonlight is reflective, and the quality of that reflection is dependent upon fixed orbits, it's unclear how, from a moving space ship, they could receive adequate amounts of moonlight to remain in their lupine form. The angles would be, one would think, all wrong, unless the spaceship could be brought into some kind of fixed orbit.

All that said, it's possible these aliens had some sort of influence upon Russell T. Davies as he wrote a 2006 episode of Doctor Who, "Tooth and Claw".

First Appearance: Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #27

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Doctor Who (1984)

Doctor Who Graphic Novel (2004)
Doctor Who Magazine (1979)

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