They had large lungs and could breathe even in environments with low levels of oxygen. They were resistant to even harsh physical assault, such as being hit with a marble statue. TV : Smith and Jones Judoon had yellow blood. TV : Prisoner of the Judoon They also had rather small brains ; a Judoon brain was able to fit in a chest that could easily be held in a humanoid palm, or fit in a teaspoon.
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They had large lungs and could breathe even in environments with low levels of oxygen. They were resistant to even harsh physical assault, such as being hit with a marble statue.
TV : Smith and Jones Judoon had yellow blood. TV : Prisoner of the Judoon They also had rather small brains ; a Judoon brain was able to fit in a chest that could easily be held in a humanoid palm, or fit in a teaspoon. WC : Teeth and Eating Judoon were largely non-sexually dimorphic, with males and females looking and sounding identical.
The only noticeable difference was that females had hair on their scalps, while males were completely bald.
TV : Fugitive of the Judoon Culture Edit The Judoon were known for their strict obedience to the law and their brutal efforts in maintaining it. Crimes like physical assault towards a Judoon incurred the death penalty , without chance for trial. The Tenth Doctor described them as logical, but stupid, and they seemed to favour methodical patterns of behaviour to a fault. TV : Smith and Jones Even on crucial missions, Judoons would obey local laws and signs, including traffic laws and "Authorised personnel only" and "Pay and Display" signs.
Similarly, they would follow mission procedure rigidly and always get a form signed when commandeering transport. The Judoon were trained to use all known forms of transit, albeit not very well in the case of cars. TV : Prisoner of the Judoon Their strict compliance with an established order even made them despise development even with their culture, and those who went out of their norms were often ostracised.
AUDIO : Judoon in Chains Their language was composed of many one-syllable words ending in a vowel, generally an "o" sound such as "blo mo co jo" but occasionally an "a". Each sentence was composed of several of these words strung together.
TV : Fugitive of the Judoon Technology In general, Judoon technology was a dark red or black colour, and most instruments, such as their weapons , scanners and translators, were thick and pen-shaped, similar to a large sonic screwdriver.
However, the scanners could be fooled by previous close contact with another species. Metamorphic beings capable of altering their internal biology using assimilated biomatter could also deceive the scan. They also were known to use a thick marker pen or stamp to mark " catalogued " people — those who had been scanned and deemed not to be a suspect — on their right hand.
The Judoon had translation devices which worked by analysing the recorded voice of a being. The translation was reciprocal. It also had a contact device that reached every Judoon helmet, allowing the Judoon Captain to give orders with a press of a button. The Seventh Doctor bought a second hand one from a retired Judoon.
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