|August 2016's Featured Character! Thank you all for voting!|
|“||We all must accept ourselves for who we are, and accept our past. It's what defines us...That is why you're such a failure. You can't let go of your emotions. You can't escape your past. You can't do anything. You're stuck here in my world.||”|
–Terox, Mig X: Revolution
|Alias||"Charles" (under guise)|
|Alternate Counterparts|| Terox (The Legend of Mig)|
Terox (Mig: The Untold Adventures)
Terox (The Mig Files)
Terox (Mig 10: Ning Edition)
|Friends|| Ryan Rivers (formerly) †|
Shiar Shreen (formerly) †
Apokalipse (formerly) †
|Relatives|| Jugo (mother) †|
Pero (father) †
|Abilities and Equipment|
|Abilities|| DNA Manipulation|
Gamma Energy Manipulation (Impure)
|Equipment||Aqasian Stabilizer (formerly)|
|Card Association||Nine of Diamonds|
|Voice Actor||Peter Jessop|
|First Appearance||How It All Started|
Having been fatally wounded in the movie though his essence remained, Terox remained alive to enact his final plan of attack in The Terminus of Gamma.
Terox has a humanoid shape with demonic elements scattered around his body. His skin is primarily grey with metallic plating in various locations. He has three black horns protruding from his skull, as well as red eyes, teeming with energy, and sharp teeth. He has a blood-like pattern that appears throughout his body. He has spikes on his shoulders as well as near his shoulder blades. A red cloth hangs around his shoulders and extends towards the center of his chest where it cuts off with the Aqasian Stabilizer located near his heart. He has scars and deep wounds all around his thighs, and wears plating on the rest of his legs with spiked knee caps.
His appearance in The Terminus of Gamma is mostly the same, however due to his confrontation with Miguel Rivers, he sustained pretty severe wounds. His entire left arm was torn off from his shoulder, and he is missing all his right fingers save for his middle and thumb. There are scars all around his legs, and his boots are torn off. The horns on his head are bent in shape and disfigured, and his chest has lashes all around, making it unrecognizable.
Terox has a sadistic and crude sense of humor, and often times likes to toy around with his foes, particularly Mig. He knows how to anger/upset his foes and likes to boast about his own moves. This makes it hard to tell what he really is thinking due to his humorous nature. Essentially, he likes to play around and watch the world burn as a result.
Terox can also be set off, though it is hard to do so. Once Terox is pretty pissed off, he shows no mercy, and can become even more dangerous than he already is. Though it is somewhat unusual for him to get so angry, it can amplify his powers even more.
Terox's entire life he was treated as an inferior being whose only purpose was to die. He was born an Impure Aqasian - the very name made him feel shunned by the rest of the universe. He wanted to deny his fate and go against his purpose of life by becoming something larger than life, something no Aqasian could ever hope to become - the very thing they worshiped. Terox envied the idea of Gamma and resented him, constantly rejecting what the Aqasians saw in him and despising existence. He grew insane with these delusions of being a godly being with his own free will which led him down a very twisted path, leaving constant death and agony in his wake, even his own family. Upon encountering the Apokalipse, he failed in achieving his dream because of his immature and overconfident nature, leading him to encountering the Rivers family whom he saw vast potential in using as his puppets. He constantly stalked the family and manipulated them at every turn, finding amusement from being in control of something for once in his life.
He was always delighted to see what new challenge he'd have to overcome in achieving his dream, which led to the creation of Kurss, the Transmundane, and his very complex relationship with Miguel Rivers in particular among other such dilemmas he faced. Just like him, Mig was born just to become a pawn of the universe, which is ironic because Terox was the very cause of all the tragedy that was wrought upon him. Mig constantly provided Terox a means of enjoying the life he was living, despite his vast unpleasantness with the way life was and the rules of the universe as he knew them. Terox knew his fate was intertwined with Mig's; they'd always cross paths and he'd always be a barrier preventing him from what he was trying to accomplishment. In the very end, Terox pitied Mig, who he saw as a what if scenario for himself - "what if I let things play out the way they were meant to?" - and thus Mig was able to prevent nothing in the end, and was merely used as a pawn by the universe, or Gamma, itself. Mig himself realized what Terox sought out, and helped him achieve that.
In the end, Terox's desires were fulfilled. He managed to kill a God and, in essence, become one himself, despite nothing existing. He was finally at peace with himself after achieving his dream.
Powers & Abilities
Terox's powers include the following:
- DNA Manipulation
- With this ability, Terox can change the genetic structure and DNA code of anything at will, though it isn't exactly mastered. An example would be how Ryan Rivers turned into Kurss.
- Gamma Energy Manipulation
- Due to being made up of this Energy, Terox can manipulate with ease, however because of his Impurity, he cannot come into contact with the Pure form.
- Energy Absorption
- Power Mimicry
- With the powers he absorbs from people, he can mimic their own.
- Given his power attributes, he can allow himself to teleport with ease, anywhere he pleases.
- Size Alteration
- He can alter the size of himself with his own genes, though it takes a lot of energy out of him to do so and he rarely does.
- Sharp Spikes
- Due to the spikes on his body acting as protection, they can easily pierce enemies and injure those who get near him.
- Shield Formation
- He has regeneration, though to a certain extent. Due to all of his genetic mutations he did to himself, he can't properly regenerate, or fast enough, given the extent of the injury.
- Peak Condition
Prior to Mig X
See Mig X Lore for more specific details.
Terox is a vicious alien known as an Aqasian from the planet Aqasia. His parents, Jugo and Pero, gave birth to him jsut before the Aqasian Civil War that erupted on the planet. Terox lived his life hiding in shelters and constantly moving from all of the mass destruction. When he got older, he became to become more and more unstable when his powers kicked in. He also had a very violent temper that could not be contained. One day, his mother had grounded him for attacking a kid on the streets. In a fit of rage, he set fire to his room and put his mother into a coma.
Fearing for his own son, and his wife's life, Pero chained up Terox and took him down to the very violent and insane capitol of Aqasia, Zarcez. He wanted Terox executed, and fast, because his son was too powerful and unstable to be kept alive. Terox managed to escape his chains and shackles and murdered his own father in front of the ruler of the planet. He then destroyed Zarcez and its inhabitants, later unleashing the entirety of his fury and killing everyone on it. Terox was later ambushed by Aqasia's allies, who worked together to try and end him and put aside their differences, and managed to badly injure him. They tried to kill him, but he escaped with all the power he had left.
After Ryan's son, Miguel Rivers, was born in 1996, Ryan took time off, leaving Terox posing as Charles to do more research and adapt more to human culture. After sensing Mig had had the Gamma Energy inside of him later on, he took the opportunity to test him when his father went into the restroom. His plan was to extract the energy and merge it with himself for his own nefarious purposes, but he needed to know how it worked. When Ryan managed to break out of the restroom, he quickly fled with Mig.
Knowing he already had done wrong, he decided to return to being his true self, Terox. Stalking Ryan to his home, he krept in and murdered his wife and then attacked him himself. Terox saw Mig emerge frightened and sensed the Gamma Energy becoming unstable as a result. Terox teleported Mig out of the house so it wouldn't corrupt him entirely. After doing so, he released a large, red energy wave from the house.
During Mig X
After Dan took in Mig, Terox slowly watched him grow up even more and watched carefully over his alien DNA beginning to mature and grow more powerful. When Terox sensed the Gamma Energy about to corrupt him, he disguised himself as a thug at a bank and chased him to his house just in time. As Mig was slowly dying, he came into the basement and swatted Dan aside, knowing nothing he would do would fully save Mig.
He repaired all malfunctions with the Gammatrix and rewired some components, so that everything stabilized his energy and released it via powering the Gammatrix. He then fled, and wanted to test his power, which was surprising and overwhelming to him.
Terox worked together with Kurss, Deristroll, and Romatron in order to acquire Mig's Gamma Energy as well as get his own personal vengeance. Terox soon began to bicker with Kurss's true intentions of gaining his energy and killing him, and made an uneasy alliance with him in the finale. Terox then turned on him simply for the fun of it, though he was betrayed by Kurss in the long run.
Prior to Mig X: Revolution
Terox, whilst inside Kurss, attempted to take full control and exact his vengeance and accomplish his true goals with Mig, and he was actually beginning to do so. Kurss messed with Mig's mind in order to kill him before Terox had the chance to take full control, which he succeeded. However, Terox was strong enough to escape.
Terox had formed the Transmundane with the amount of unstable energy he had acquired from Kurss, Romatron, and Deristroll, and then he fell very weak. Terox sought out Alan, turning him into Dread. Dread served as his eyes on the world, delivering information to Terox when he could. It took Terox a year to replenish.
During Mig X: Revolution
Terox had attempted to absorb Mig and Apokalipse entirely in order to regain what he had lost, and to potentially play the role of God in the universe once he had escaped the Transmundane. Things were going according to plan until Apokalipse and Mig had met up to form an alliance, and the two of them combined their weak powers to escape just in time. Mig then grew immensely unstable and challenged a power hungry Terox, who was essentially becoming a God.
Terox and Mig fought to the death. Terox was destroyed by the intensity of Mig's power, though his essence was not yet fully lost.
During The Terminus of Gamma
After his skirmish with Mig, Terox was left mortally wounded and without much of his power. He drifted around space-time, not being able to manifest himself in any way nor access his abilities to properly heal himself. When Gamma began to enact his plan to restore himself after losing much of his influence over Mig's world through Mig and Terox's Gamma Energy, Terox was able to capture enough energy to reform himself as best he could. He could not restore the parts of him that were lost, such as his arm and the injuries he suffered from the fight.
Terox appeared to confront Gamma and kill him on his own, as was his plan from Revolution. During his fight with Gamma, he met with Miguel Rivers, whose soul bound to the Gamma Energy yet lingered, observing the universes that Gamma had yet to dissolve. The two conducted a plan to stop Gamma using the Aqasian Stabilizer that would neutralize Gamma and allow him to be disposed of. Once this plan was enacted by Mig, Terox appeared one final time to kill him and end everything once and for all. Staring at the nothingness of the cosmos, Terox found solice in what he had achieved, and the rest is unknown.
- How It All Started (first appearance)
- What I Am
- The End of Something New, Part 1
- The End of Something New, Part 2 (absorbed; escaped)
- Mig X: Revolution
- CaT made the image seen above.
- Terox was created around 4 years ago, though brought to the wiki 2 years ago.
- Deristroll was also made 4 years ago, though he was on the wiki since.
- Terox won Featured Character of the Year 2017. Thanks to all of those who voted!
- Terox's Trump card is Nine of Diamonds, which represents losing control over a connection with their past and resulting in a state of manipulation and domination towards everything in their way.