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‘Merged Cyber-Race’ Edit

Now we know that at some point the Cybusmen were merged with the original ones, shouldn’t the Pandorica, Good Man, Closing Time, and Blood Cybermen be moved to a third section named ‘Merged Cyber-Race’ or something, with the Nightmare Cybermen been part of this section or a new one? {{SUBST:User:Kingofall42/SigReal|{{SUBST:{Predated }}}}. 09:23, May 14, 2013 (UTC)

Joint Cybermen Edit

Why was this removed we now know that at one point in their history, both the Mondasian and Cybus Cybermen encountered each other. What actually happened is unknown although they did co-operate and shared their technologies, to give birth to the variant of cyberman seen in A Good Man Goes to War, the video-game Blood of the Cybermen, Closing Time, Nightmare in Silver, and possibly The Pandorica Opens.

Too Borg-like?Edit

The latest version of the Cybermen ("Nightmare in Silver") seems to be very Borg, with frequent adaptation ("upgrade in progress") instead of the old-style ones where you never saw them do the upgrades.

Is this current version more powerful than the Daleks now?

Probably close, but the daleks would probably win, but we don't know for now.

-- to me 13:49, May 21, 2013 (UTC)

Joined Cybermen Edit, have the mondasian and cybus crossed?


In The Pandorica Opens Cybermen are seen twice and Cyberships are seen. The ships and the fact that the first Cyberman we saw as a guard had new features unseen to Cybus Cybermen before, along with a whole skull, proves this is a new variant of Cybermen even though they have Cybus Logos. Moffat has stated it before and evidence backs up the idea that after The Next Doctor a second group survived and joined with an unknown group of Mondas Cybermen forming a new variant of Joint Cybermen as seen, in an early form, in PO. These Cybermen choose to use Mondas tech with Cybus armor, but didnt get rid of the Cybus logo till later on in there timeline.

"Cybermen of unknown origin" Edit

"Cybermen of unknown origin" It's pretty clear, especially in Nightmare in Silver, that these are upgraded Mondasian Cybermen. to me 00:48, December 8, 2013 (UTC)

Their development Edit

I'd like to know how the Cybermen managed to improve themselves to the point of Nightmare In Silver. I mean, as the Tenth Doctor said to John Lumic, they're stripping themselves from imagination, and that's what they need to progress. However, with their wars with the Human Empire, they've improved themselves gradually to the point they became almost invincible to humans. How did they even manage to do so without imagination? --X29 17:15, August 4, 2014 (UTC)

If you want to know specifically how they improved themselves, I don't know if that information is available in any stories yet. If you just want a general discussion based on your last question, you must take it to Howling:The Howling, as that kind of discussion isn't allowed on talk pages per Tardis:Discussion policy. Shambala108 14:23, August 14, 2014 (UTC)
I just wanted answers, yeesh... --X29 15:24, August 14, 2014 (UTC)

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