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Robots and cyborgs in fiction

Instructions: answer the questions, check them carefully, and when you are sure they are all right, press submit. The number of correct answers will be displayed.

Question 1: Who built the cybermen?





Question 2: What is the name of the planet where the Daleks originated from?






Question 3: Who came from Raxacoricofallapatorian?





Question 4: Where do the Ice Warriors come from?





Question 5: What controlled the plastic mannequins when Rose first meets the doctor (a.k.a. Christopher Eccleston)?





Question 6: What did Cassandra instruct the spider robots to do on the space station Platform One?




Question 7: Why does Rory shoot Amy in Pandora's Box?





Question 8: What is Doctor Moon?




Question 9: Who controls the hosts on the Titanic?






Question 10: What was Dr. Who's nickname for the cyberman head which kept him company on the planet of Trenzalore?





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