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{{Hostile Species|image = File:Ogrons.jpg|fullname = Ogrons|alias = Ogron|origin = Doctor Who|homeworld = Ogron Planet|abilities = superhuman-strength, durability, skilled in some aspects of war and space-travel despite limited intellect|members = unknown|hobby = often mercenaries to other species|goals = varied, depending on "employer" and/or "ally" of the day.|type of hostile species = Mercenary Species}}[[File:Ogron-Daleks.jpg|thumb]][[File:Ogron-Daleks2.png|thumb]]
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|image = Ogrons.jpg
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|size = 200
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|fullname = Ogrons
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|alias = Ogron
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|origin = ''Doctor Who''
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|homeworld = Ogron Planet
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|abilities = Superhuman strength<br>
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Superhuman durability<br>
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Skilled in some aspects of war and space-travel despite limited intellect
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|members = Unknown
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|hobby = Unknown.
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|goals = varied, depending on "employer" and/or "ally" of the day.
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|type of hostile species = Mercenaries}}
   
 
The Ogrons are a race of humanoid aliens from Doctor Who that are described as a mix of both human and more primitive ape DNA - though they have evolved traits far superior to either, though they are often depicted as rather limited in intellect despite these great physical attributes.
 
The Ogrons are a race of humanoid aliens from Doctor Who that are described as a mix of both human and more primitive ape DNA - though they have evolved traits far superior to either, though they are often depicted as rather limited in intellect despite these great physical attributes.
   
 
As a whole the Ogrons tend towards lending themselves as enforcers and mercenaries to other species or individuals - surprisingly one of the Ogrons more frequent masters are the [[Daleks]], who employ the Ogrons as enforcers despite Daleks having a well-known desire to exterminate all other species.
 
As a whole the Ogrons tend towards lending themselves as enforcers and mercenaries to other species or individuals - surprisingly one of the Ogrons more frequent masters are the [[Daleks]], who employ the Ogrons as enforcers despite Daleks having a well-known desire to exterminate all other species.
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==History==
 
==History==
 
TBA
 
TBA
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==Abilities==
 
==Abilities==
 
Ogrons are many times stronger than an adult human and durable enough to withstand numerous gunshots - they have a weak point, however, in their head.
 
Ogrons are many times stronger than an adult human and durable enough to withstand numerous gunshots - they have a weak point, however, in their head.
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while usually depicted as somewhat unintelligent they are shown as capable mimics and as such can use weapons such as laser-guns and even operate computers and starcraft (suggesting far greater intelligence than they give off at first glance).
 
while usually depicted as somewhat unintelligent they are shown as capable mimics and as such can use weapons such as laser-guns and even operate computers and starcraft (suggesting far greater intelligence than they give off at first glance).
   
==Notes==
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==Gallery==
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===Images===
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Ogron-Daleks.jpg
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==Trivia==
 
*The Ogrons are very similar in mannerisms to early depictions of [[Klingons]] from Star Trek, they also have a similar appearance to the revamped Klingons but predate them (the Klingon redesign occured in 1979 while Ogrons first appeared in 1972).
 
*The Ogrons are very similar in mannerisms to early depictions of [[Klingons]] from Star Trek, they also have a similar appearance to the revamped Klingons but predate them (the Klingon redesign occured in 1979 while Ogrons first appeared in 1972).
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The Ogrons are a race of humanoid aliens from Doctor Who that are described as a mix of both human and more primitive ape DNA - though they have evolved traits far superior to either, though they are often depicted as rather limited in intellect despite these great physical attributes.

As a whole the Ogrons tend towards lending themselves as enforcers and mercenaries to other species or individuals - surprisingly one of the Ogrons more frequent masters are the Daleks, who employ the Ogrons as enforcers despite Daleks having a well-known desire to exterminate all other species.

History

TBA

Abilities

Ogrons are many times stronger than an adult human and durable enough to withstand numerous gunshots - they have a weak point, however, in their head.

while usually depicted as somewhat unintelligent they are shown as capable mimics and as such can use weapons such as laser-guns and even operate computers and starcraft (suggesting far greater intelligence than they give off at first glance).

Gallery

Images

Trivia

  • The Ogrons are very similar in mannerisms to early depictions of Klingons from Star Trek, they also have a similar appearance to the revamped Klingons but predate them (the Klingon redesign occured in 1979 while Ogrons first appeared in 1972).

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