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== Organization ==
 
== Organization ==
The leader of the Dalek Empire was the '''Dalek Emperor'''. It is not known if the Dalek Emperor is a Dalek specially created to serve as ruler or is somehow apointed to it's station. Outside of that, Dalek society is heirarchical, with inferior Daleks being naturally obedient to those of higher rank.
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The leader of the Dalek Empire was the '''Dalek Emperor'''. A Dalek Emperor is apparently created to serve as ruler, as the design of their vehicle is typically distinctive. Outside of that, Dalek society is heirarchical, with inferior Daleks being naturally obedient to those of higher rank.
  
 
Dalek society is highly militaristic at every level, and a key aspect to most Dalek behavior is a perception of complete and utter superiority to all other forms of life.  Genetically engineered to be xenophobes, the ultimate aim of the Daleks is to wipe out all other forms of life in existence, and they will stop at nothing to achieve this goal. Never the less, Daleks are capable of making temporary alliances with non-Daleks or using enslaved creatures in their plans, albeit with the intention of exterminating them when they are no longer useful. The Daleks have been known to take captive humans and retrofit them with cybernetic systems to make them into obedient cannon fodder known as Robomen, although these procedures were (possibly deliberately) unrefined and eventually resulted in the mental breakdown and death of the subject.
 
Dalek society is highly militaristic at every level, and a key aspect to most Dalek behavior is a perception of complete and utter superiority to all other forms of life.  Genetically engineered to be xenophobes, the ultimate aim of the Daleks is to wipe out all other forms of life in existence, and they will stop at nothing to achieve this goal. Never the less, Daleks are capable of making temporary alliances with non-Daleks or using enslaved creatures in their plans, albeit with the intention of exterminating them when they are no longer useful. The Daleks have been known to take captive humans and retrofit them with cybernetic systems to make them into obedient cannon fodder known as Robomen, although these procedures were (possibly deliberately) unrefined and eventually resulted in the mental breakdown and death of the subject.

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