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Tardis seeds

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Seed pods were a type of fungus, either native to Mars or created by the Ice Warriors. These seed pods functioned by breaking down plants and biological matter (like other fungi). In an oxygen rich environment though, these seed pods grew at a much faster rate. This fungus was also released in a cold part of Earth.

These seed pods were immune to brute force and most acids. On the other hand, on contact with water these seed pods would shrivel up and die.

Tardis seeds

Spoilers are precisely defined here. Rules vary by the story’s medium. Info from television stories can’t be added here until after the top or bottom of the hour, British time, closest to the end credits roll on BBC One. Therefore, fans in the Americas who are sensitive to spoilers should avoid Tardis on Sundays until they’ve seen the episode.

The Seeds of Doom

The Doctor and Sarah realise that Henderson is gone, and Sarah goes to look for the soldier. She makes her way to the compost machine room, and Chase confronts her, telling her what became of Henderson — “The sergeant is no longer with us. He’s in the garden. He’s part of the garden.” Chase says he’s become part of the plant world thanks to the Krynoid; he plans to support the Krynoid and refers to humanity as parasites. Chase then attacks Sarah.

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Scorby arrives, and Sarah points out how the vegetation around the windows is getting thicker. When Hargreaves reports that he heard screams, Sarah taunts Scorby into going to investigate with her, and they find a dead guard killed by plants. Chase arrives and tells them that it’s the plants’ world, and humans are only parasites. He goes to the house to develop his photographs, then begins speaking to the plants in his greenhouse.