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It was then brought to 10th century Transylvania by Fenric. Fenric commanded him to follow the Vikings who had stolen the flask containing Fenric. It fed on them, turning many of them into Haemovores. It and the Haemovores followed the Vikings, and after those were killed by the pirate Hemming, followed him to Maiden's Bay. Though Hemming and all his men were killed by the Ancient One, Hemming had buried the flask beneath St. Jude's Church, where they could not get it.
Eventually, in 1943, the Ancient One was awakened again by Fenric. It was used to control the Haemovores, which were used to attack the soldiers in the base. Using the poisons made by the nearby base, Fenric intended to pollute the world, causing the future that created the Haemovores. The Seventh Doctor was able to convince Ingiger to betray Fenric, convincing it that Fenric would not return him to his own time. The Ancient One killed both itself and Fenric by going into the isolation chamber with Fenric and releasing a poison. (TV: The Curse of Fenric)
When Fenric recovered, he used a new Ancient One as his pawn, created from a Persian king. He was begged by the Doctor to release him from Fenric's chains but wouldn't. He went on a search for the Doctor and found his son Hurmzid. Leading the hoards of Haemovores again Weyland's Saxon, he was killed by a spear. Fenric seemed to have some remorse at the Ancient one's death. (AUDIO: Gods and Monsters)