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As seen in Hot Stretch

Kinecerelean are a sonic-speed alien species from Kinet.

Appearance

They resembles a semi-armored velociraptor, the base creature for the form's design. They has wheel-shaped feet and wears a helmet with a visor, which is part of his alien biology, leaving the features of their head unknown. Whenever that visor does come up, you can see that they has eyes and black lips.

Powers and Abilities

Kinecelerans live their lives in a constant rush. Gangly and naturally awkward, Kinecelerans are speedsters, able to reach speeds of more than 500 Earth miles per hour. This extreme speed comes from manipulating friction, making them able to run up walls. While Kinecelerans can run fast, they're certainly not warriors. They are not built for battle nor do they have the disposition to stop and come up with a strategy. Most Kinecelerans can't run on non-solid ground like mud, ice and especially water(which causes a major shock from the static buildup). However, XLR8 is capable of running on water, ice and gooy substance. He is shown accomplishing this feat without side affects apart from a lack of control on ice.

Kinecelerans live on the planet Kinet. Kinecelerans have orbs instead of regular feet, to allow them to travel at very high speeds and prevent lots of friction which would be caused by feet, and have helmets with wind shields which can slide over their faces. Kinecelerans are suited to traveling well over 500 miles an hour, which allows them to run up walls and create tornadoes from centrifugal force.

Despite this, Kinecelerans aren't fighters, and are prone to acting without thinking about their next move. This fact seems to be contradicted with Helen, a Plumbers' kid who thinks out her every move in advance, even telling others to think before they leap (such as her friend, Manny).

Known Kinecelerans

Kineceleran Hybrids

  • 8tle (1/2 Oryctini)

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