Squidkiller
General Information
Species Mutant Chimera Sui Generis/Transylian
Home World Murray/Vilgaxia (Chimeran Sample)
Anur Transyl (Transylian Sample)
Body Humanoid
Powers and Abilities
Abilities Enhanced Strength
Enhanced Durability
Enhanced Speed
Enhanced Reflexes
Enhanced Agility
Enhanced Healing
Laser Vision
Minor Electrokinesis
Minor Electromagnetism
Details
Voice Actor Greg Cipes

Squidkiller is the Antitrix's DNA sample of a Chimera Sui Generis and a Transylian and is the user's equivalent of Gax and is a Free Use alien to be used in your series given the credit to me, AnOddEncounter (AnOddEncounter's Odd Free Use Service!).

Appearance

Squidkiller closely resembles Vilgax's Omniverse incarnation and is a humanoid creature with a face resembling that of an octopus. He has tentacles dangling in the front of his face, like a beard. His skin is pale-green with yellowish spots on his face and tentacles. He doesn't have a nose and a visible ear. He has red eyes.

The Antitrix is on his stomach, with several scars protruding from it.

Transformation Sequence

Powers and Abilities

Due to the Antitrix's modifications Squidkiller is stronger than a normal Chimeran or Transylian but not as strong as both together.

Being part-Chimeran Squidkiller has the enhanced Combat skills of Gax. As well as the ability to shoot lasers from his eyes.

Yet again thanks to the Antitrix's modifications Squidkiller has the added benefit of Electrokinesis from being part Transylian. This is gathered from static electricity from the surroundings or by himself.

Weaknesses

Due to relying on static electricity for his abilities, Squidkiller can have trouble generating electricity for him to use, he also cannot absorb electricity either.

Due to the Antitrix's modifications, the alien might be too difficult for the user to control.

History

Squidkiller is a free use alien and thus can be used in YOUR series, given the proper credit, just edit this page yourself!

Appearances

Squidkiller is a free use alien and thus can be used in YOUR series, given the proper credit, just edit this page yourself!

Etymology

Squidkiller's name comes from the words squid and killer.

Trivia

  • While it's not considered a weakness, Squidkiller cannot split his arms into tentacles as his arms have a more set shape.

Gallery

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