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T-elos
T-elos XS3 2D art.png
Species Android
Blade (XC2)
Gender Female
Age <1
18 (Appearance)
Designer MUGITANI KOICHI (CHOCO)
Japanese VA Mariko Suzuki
English VA Bridget Hoffman (XS3)
Caitlin Thorburn (XC2)
Appearances Xenosaga Episode I (mentioned)
Xenosaga Episode III
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Project X Zone
Project X Zone 2
This article is about T-elos in general. For gameplay information, see T-elos/Gameplay.

T-elos is an antagonist in Xenosaga Episode III. She was constructed by Roth Mantel to replace KOS-MOS. She makes a cameo appearance as a Blade in Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

Appearance and personality[edit]

As she was built using the body of Mary Magdalene, T-elos is a dark skinned woman with the same hairstyle as KOS-MOS albeit white and blue eyes. She wears a black battle leotard, armored gauntlets, and black high heeled boots. T-elos is equipped with the Hilbert emission visor above her head which is colored black. In Xenoblade Chronicles 2, her appearance is near identical except she wears a short skirt, and energy wings sprouting from her back when she uses her special, notably, this version of T-elos wears glasses.

T-elos has a hostile rivalry with her counterpart KOS-MOS and desires to assimilate her to be truly complete. Unlike KOS-MOS, T-elos has a sapient personality in contrast to her counterpart's robotic speech. In battle she is confident and is rather arrogant.

Story arc[edit]

Episode I[edit]

Blueprints for T-elos can be seen on the defeated U-TIC Battleship while Jr. explores it.

Episode III[edit]

T-elos was created by Roth Mantel to replace KOS-MOS after the KOS-MOS project was scrapped. T-elos is first seen being used in a demonstration at the CAT Testing Ground where she destroys a swarm of Gnosis by using her U-TENERITAS, impressing both Shion and Allen. Allen notes that her reaction time and Hilbert Effect strength is 3 times that of KOS-MOS. T-elos later confronts the party at Rennes-le-Château. chaos senses the presscense of Mary Magdalene inside of her. T-elos then proceeds to overpower KOS-MOS, only to be able to scar her. At the same time Roth Mantel reveals himself to be the Red Testament.

T-elos later appears in Shion's subconscious after she calls Abel's Ark, defending her creator, Kevin Winnicot from Jr.'s bullets. When KOS-MOS makes her escape, T-elos attempts to pursue them, only to be blocked by Asher. As T-elos attempts to use U-TENERITAS on it, Kevin calls her back, saying there will be another opportunity.

T-elos later confronts the party in the Underground Ruins after KOS-MOS awakens as Mary. Determined to assimilate Mary's consciousness, she attacks the party, but is opposed by KOS-MOS. Despite her best effort to destroy her, even using U-TENERITAS in a last ditch effort to destroy her, she is defeated by KOS-MOS's D-TENERITAS. After her defeat, her body is absorbed into KOS-MOS.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2[edit]

T-elos can be awakened as a Blade after downloading the Ver. 1.4.0 patch of Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Her awakening animation depicts her destroying several Gargoyles in a similar way she destroyed the swarm of Gnosis in the CAT Testing Ground.

Lingering Resentment[edit]

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Lore[edit]

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As a boss[edit]

As a party member[edit]

Main article: T-elos/Gameplay (XC2)

T-elos, also known as T-elos Re: in the Japanese, Chinese, and Korean versions, makes a cameo appearance in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 as free DLC. She is one of the Blades that can be awakened with a Core Crystal.

As an NPC[edit]

T-elos can be found at a random location in Garfont Village after Rex takes over the Merc Group, provided she is not equipped to her Driver or sent on a Merc Mission. The specific locations she may be found at are listed here.

Dialogue[edit]

T-elos
Give me some orders! I wish to serve a higher purpose.

Database[edit]

Episode III

T-elos

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Battle android built based on Mary Magdalene's body.

The cutting-edge android built by Kevin to replace KOS-MOS.

T-elos boasts capabilities that far exceed KOS-MOS's in all respects. Kevin began work on the design during his childhood in Old Miltia, and a portion of his design data was passed on to Ormus by Sellers, their acting technology consultant.

The name "T-elos" is derived from the ancient Greek word for the ultimate state of being or limitless power.

Over 80% of the body structure is based on the reanimated body of Mary Magdalene, recovered from Rennes-le-Château, and thus can be rightly described as flesh and blood.

The reason why T-elos nevertheless vastly surpasses KOS-MOS version 3 is because T-elos interfaces directly with the U.M.N., regulating the material dimain data.

Intending to assimilate the consciousness of KOS-MOS, the half of Mary that exists in imaginary space, and become a single whole, T-elos is instead defeated by the awakened KOS-MOS.

The name "T-elos" is derived from the ancient Greek word for the ultimate state of being or limitless power.


Trivia[edit]

  • In the Japanese version of Xenosaga Episode III and Xenoblade Chronicles 2, T-elos is voiced by Mariko Suzuki, who also voices KOS-MOS in the Xenosaga series and Xenoblade Chronicles 2.
    • Along with T-elos' Japanese voice actor, her English voice actor in Xenosaga Episode III, Bridget Hoffman, also voices KOS-MOS in Xenosaga Episode I and Xenosaga Episode III.
  • In the English version of Xenoblade Chronicles 2, T-elos is voiced by Caitlin Thorburn, who also voices Nim and KOS-MOS in Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

In other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
United Kingdom flag.svg English T-elos
Japan flag.svg Japanese T-elos
T-elos Re: (XC2)
France flag.svg French T-elos
Germany flag.svg German T-elos
Spain flag.svg Spanish T-elos
Italy flag.svg Italian T-elos
China flag.svg Chinese (simplified) T-elos Re: (XC2)
Taiwan flag.svg Chinese (traditional) T-elos Re: (XC2)
South Korea flag.svg Korean T-elos Re: (XC2)

Gallery[edit]

Official artwork[edit]

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Screenshots[edit]

Character portraits[edit]

Models[edit]

Xenoblade Chronicles 2[edit]