Xenosaga Episode III
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T-elos

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T-elos
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Species Android
Blade (XC2)
Gender Female
Age <1
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 (XC2).

T-elos is an antagonist in Xenosaga Episode III. She was constructed by Roth Mantel.

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Lore[edit]

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As an enemy[edit]

T-elos is encountered twice in Episode III as an enemy.

Rennes-Le-Château[edit]

Main article: T-elos (Rennes-Le-Château)

Michtam[edit]

Main article: T-elos (Michtam)

As a playable character[edit]

Main article: T-elos/Gameplay (XC2)

T-elos, also known as T-elos Re: in the japanese version, 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.

Database[edit]

Episode III

T-elos

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.


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