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Project Dalek - be afraid

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The Doctor Who fans among you who fancy a bit of mass extermination and galactic domination are directed forthwith to Project Dalek - a rather splendid website offering everything you need to build your very own trundling pepper pot.

A photo of Simon Morrell's DalekAnd these "hardcore" Dalek builders don't muck about, either, as you can see from the photos.

This particular beast - dubbed "Attila" - was put together by Simon Morrell, and has apparently been spotted menacing Manchester's Albert Square.

Once you've signed up for Project Dalek, you too can play Davros by availing youself of the Dalek Builder's Workshop Manual and "plans for every major Dalek variant".

A word of warning, though, from the site's blurb: "Remember, at Project Dalek, we are 'hardcore' Dalek builders. We don't 'do' general Doctor Who topics and we don't 'do' Dalek fiction." ®

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