Lolita was an evolved Type 45 timeship.
Under her former master's control, Lolita claimed that he had partly severed her symbiotic relationship with him to allow him to use other timeships.
Lolita created House Lolita to oppose Faction Paradox in the early years of the the War. She entered into an alliance with House Tracolix and the Sontarans to destroy the Eleven-Day Empire. During the invasion, Lolita turned on her allies and killed the entire Seventy Ninth Sontaran Assault Corps. After this Lolita swallowed the Eleven-Day Empire into her internal dimensions, killing the majority of Faction Paradox in the process. (AUDIO: The Eleven Day Empire, The Shadow Play)
During the War in Heaven, Lolita consumed the Eleven-Day Empire while under orders from the Great Houses to destroy Faction Paradox. Later she betrayed the Great Houses and consumed the War King of the Homeworld. In doing so she became the War Queen. (AUDIO: Words From Nine Divinities)
After becoming the War Queen, she allied herself with Sutekh against Faction Paradox, Anubis and the Great Houses. When Eliza gave her own body to complete Horus in a final attempt to defeat Sutekh, Lolita cut her wrist and put her own biodata in Eliza. This let Lolita control Horus and she gave the final blow against Sutekh. (AUDIO: Body Politic, Words From Nine Divinities)
However, Lolita had forgotten one detail; Cousin Justine of Faction Paradox had a safe path to the Homeworld. She led the Mal'akh to attack the Council chambers and Lolita herself directly. After Justine took over the Homeworld, Lolita was trapped in a pyramid by the Osirians as punishment for her crimes. (AUDIO: Ozymandias, The Judgment of Sutekh)
Behind the scenesEdit
Character Notes by Lawrence MilesEdit
Villainess. Aristocratic, but with no respect for tradition. Dangerous. Utterly amoral. Apparently in her thirties (though she's not human, so her actual age is open to debate). Political. Manipulative. Believes herself to be superior to most other life in the universe - as it turns out, there's a good reason for this - and regards everybody else with quiet amusement. Hard to imagine her taking anything seriously: everything she does is pre-planned, and therefore there's never any reason for concern. Gives the impression of being "untrustworthy" rather than "slimy". Doesn't really care one way or another.