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== Threat Assessment ==
 
== Threat Assessment ==
The Daleks are among the most advanced species in the Doctor Who Universe, able to pose a threat to the [[Time Lord]]s and engage in a war which nearly completely wiped out both species. A fully operation "Dalek Empire" can [[teleportation|teleport]] entire planets and manipulate space-time to create "time pockets" to hide their operations: even a Time Lord can't find such a time pocket without help from the inside. This capability makes their operations extremely secure against attack.
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The Daleks are among the most advanced species in the Doctor Who Universe, able to pose a threat to the [[Time Lord]]s and engage in a war which nearly completely wiped out both species. A fully operational "Dalek Empire" can [[teleportation|teleport]] entire planets and manipulate space-time to create "time pockets" to hide their operations: even a Time Lord can't find such a time pocket without help from the inside. This capability makes their operations extremely secure against attack.
  
 
Individual Dalek soldiers are significant threats, being very durable and capable of a high degree of mobility. Their armor can withstand small arms, and "Time War"-era Daleks can generate defensive [[shield]]s that will disintegrate incoming projectiles before they even strike. Their shields can also repel pulses from [[directed-energy weapon]]s, depending on the power of the weapon: powerful sustained-beam weapons tend to succeed in penetrating their shields.
 
Individual Dalek soldiers are significant threats, being very durable and capable of a high degree of mobility. Their armor can withstand small arms, and "Time War"-era Daleks can generate defensive [[shield]]s that will disintegrate incoming projectiles before they even strike. Their shields can also repel pulses from [[directed-energy weapon]]s, depending on the power of the weapon: powerful sustained-beam weapons tend to succeed in penetrating their shields.

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