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Eelak the Agile. A diminutive Inhuman with green skin and an enlarged cranium. Eelak possesses extremely enhanced agility and can jump, bounce and tumble about like a pinball… an ability that he fostered into a formidable fighting strategy. Eelak was drafted into General Ator’s Crimson Cadre. This was a specialized branch of the Royal Guard formed by the Genetic Council and reserved for extremely dangerous operations.
Eelak has returned to the Royal Guard with the establishment of New Attilan on the Hudson Bay. He was most recently seen taking part in a raid of an AIM facility where the evil scientists were hoarding a cache of pre-hatched Terrigenic cocoons.
A frog-like Inhuman from a possible future timeline depicted in the pages Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 1 (Earth 691). In this future timeline, Loki had conquered all of Attilan and utilized its population to create gladiators to fight for his amusement. Egress was of these gladiators and he possessed unspecified psionic powers. It remains unknown what became of Aggressor but it is likely that he was imprisoned with the rest of the gladiators in The Black valley
Eldrac is an ancient Inhuman who was born on Old Attilan many years ago. Terrigenesis transformed Eldrac into an ageless, giant totem-like head. Opening its mouth creates a portal that can teleport people and objects over great distances, even into other dimensions. The nature of Eldrac’s ability to transport others is not something that can necessarily be controlled or predicted. It seems teleport individuals to where it feels ‘they need to go’ and not always necessarily where they want to go.
Eldrac played a critical role in the evacuation of Attilan during The Infinity Event where Black Bolt detonated the Terrigen Bomb that destroyed much of Attilan. The majority of the population of Attilan fled through Eldrac and were teleported to many places all about the world (and elsewhere).
Although gravely injured, Eldrac was able to survive the fall of Attilan and was found among the ruins of the old city. It transported Medusa to Inferno’s location in time for her to save Dante and his sister from the renegade Inhuman, Lash. Later, Eldrac transported Medusa and her forces to Orollan where, following a violent skirmish, Medusa and Lineage where able to persuade Lash to discontinue his pursuit to cull those NuHumans he found lacking.
More recently, Eldrac entered into a pact with the NuHuman, Lineage. Lineage had promised to provide Eldrac with a mechanical body, bestowing onto the ancient Inhuman a long desired ability for autonomy and to go off in search of something yet to be revealed. In return, Eldrac did Lineage’s bidding, sending Medusa and he colleagues into a trap.
Eldrac ultimately saved Medusa and the others, transporting them back to New Attilan in time to foil Lineage’s scheme. Eldrac then walked to the shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean, where it removed its head from the mechanical body. It remains a bit unclear what Eldrac had hoped to achieve with all this. Perhaps it simply wanted to reside with a view of the ocean.
An Inhuman who had green skin and tendril-like hair. Elena possessed the power to create invisible force shields that were nearly impenetrable.
Elejea initially served as a delegate from Attilan to the United Nations and the assistant to the ambassador, Mendicus. Later, following the Infinity Event and the establishment of New Attilan off the banks of the Hudson River, Elejea took on a new role as Medusa’s primary advisor as well as her personal bodyguard.
Elejea was shot and gravely wounded in an assassination plot against Queen Medusa. The chief medical regent, Vindicus, was able to treat Elejea’s wound and she made a full recovery.
Later, Elejea accompanied Medusa on a mission to investigate the ruins of a Kree outpost. The mission proved to be a trap set by Lineage and Medusa, Elejea and the others were attacked by Lash and the Inhumans of Orollan. Hopelessly outnumbered, Medusa ordered a retreat. Elejea chose to stay behind to protect her queen. She tried to utilize her shields to repeal Lash’s power blasts. As Lash absorbed more and more power, however, his force beams quickly overwhelmed these shields and Elejea was disintegrated in the ensuing explosion of energy. This sacrifice ultimately allowed Medusa and the others to escape.
Elejea was awesome and is sorely missed.
Also known as ‘Stonethrower,’ Els Udota is a Centaurian and member of the Universal Inhumans (one of a number of different alien species whom the Kree had subjected to the same Terrigenic experiments as Earth’s Inhumans). As part of a Celestial Prophecy, the regents of these diverse cosmic Inhumans came together and chose Black Bolt of Attilan as their king and leader.
As a member of The Light Brigade (a group of warriors made up of Universal Inhumans) Els Udota and her comrades were sentenced to be sacrificed, an offering to the cosmic gods meant to anoint the creation of the Court of The Universal Inhumans. The Light Brigade stepped through the portal of Eldrac. Rather than sending them to oblivion, Eldrac chose to spare The Light Brigade and instead transported them to the Negative Zone.
While in the Negative Zone, Els Udota and the Light Brigade were captured by Annihilus, the then lord of The Negative Zone. Anihilus forced Els Udota and the others to fight in the gladiatorial arena against the Arthrosian champions. Els Udota and her colleagues were killed numerous times in the arena and each time Annihilus used his Cosmic Control Rod to resurrect them so that they might fight and die again.
When The Human Torch of The Fantastic Four was captured by Anhilus, he teamed up with the Light Brigade and together they engineered an escape. They managed a surprise attack on Annihilus and The Human Torch was able to wrestle free the Cosmic Control Rod, which he then used to create a portal to The Baxter Building on Earth.
Els Udota possesses enhanced speed and dexterity as well as supernatural sense of aim with her Centaurian bow. Once the Court of the Universal Inhumans disbanded, Els Udota returned with her queen to the Centaurian home world.
An Inhuman and resident of Attilan. Crystal and Quicksilver had come across a very weary Bruce Banner who, as the Hulk, had been on the run from the military. They offered him sanctuary on Attilan so he might find some rest. Banner had enjoyed his time on Attilan until he came across Entos and his friend, Mullox . Entos held deeply seated anti-human attitudes and he took umbrage with Banner being allowed amnesty on Attilan. Lentos and Mullox harassed Banner, stating that a human had no place on the sacred grounds of their city. A foolish act in that Banner finally became so angered by this harassment that he transformed into the Incredible Hulk and all sort of chaos ensued. Nice going, Entos… This was Entos’ sole appearance and his current status and whereabouts remain unknown
An Inhuman with blue-gray skin. His Terrigenesis-based powers entailed the ability to create unbreakable crimson orbs around objects. Black Bolt employed Ertzia to create such an orb around the Infinity Gem granted to him following an adventure with The Illuminati.
When Attilan temporarily became a space-faring city, Ertzia chose to remain on Earth. Mistaken as a Mutant, Ertzia was attacked by a bigoted human and Ertzia killed this human. Although Ertzia’s actions were in self-defense, he was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison in the supermax penitentiary, The Raft.
While incarcerated, Ertzia was befriended by the supervillain known as The Hood. Ertzia had lost his will to live and was dying. Before he died, Ertzia chose to divulge to his friend, The Hood, the hidden location of Black Bolt’s Infinity Gem. The Hood later obtained the gem and used it to battle The Avengers (The Hood was ultimately defeated and the gem returned).
An Inhuman from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Eva had lived in the Inhuman sanctuary of Afterlife and become overwhelmed with the worried that her daughter would not be selected for Terrigenesis. She stole a small collection of Terrigen Crystals and fled to the human world. There she exposed herself and her child-aged daughter, Katya, to Terrigenesis. Eva was endowed with enhanced strength, whereas her daughter was gifted with the power to control minds. Unfortunately, Katja was too young to properly control her powers and she became like a parasite, needing to feed on the feelings (especially the sensation of pain) of others.
The two were ultimately tracked down by Agents form SHIELD. Katy had taken over the minds of a group of local criminals as well as a SHILED assault team. She was going to murder these victims along with Agent Melinda May and May was forced to kill both Katya and her mother. It was an extremely traumatic experience for Agent May,leading to her temporary retirement from field duty.
An Inhuman from a possible future timeline depicted in the pages
Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 1 (Earth 691). In this future timeline, Loki had conquered all of Attilan and utilized its population to create gladiators to fight for his amusement. Exemplar was created via selective breeding and cloning practices in an effort to create a supreme fighter. He was meant to possess all of the powers of the original Inhuman Royal Family and succeeded in
This with the exception of Black Bolt’s sonic powers.
Exempler ultimately acted as a prototype for the engineered Inhuman, Composite, who actually did possess all these powers, including those of Black Bolt. Exemplar perished so that he could be directed and examined in the effort to create Composite.
Victor Kohl, a latent Inhuman who’s transformation was triggered by exposure to the Terrigen Cloud. Victor was a cruel and angry young man who had always felt alienated from the other members of his affluent family. When the Terrigen Bomb was triggered, everyone in Victor’s immediate family were affected, save Victor who initially appeared to lack Inhuman DNA.
Despondent and enraged over once more feeling left out, Victor went on a murderous rampaged, destroying the cocoons encasing his family members, killing them all. Shortly thereafter, Victor himself was transformed into an Inhuman possessing control over dark force energy.
Medusa had searched out the Kohl family and wished to offer the family amnesty on New Attilan. When she discovered that Victor had slaughtered his family, she rescinded the invitation for sanctuary. Medusa dubbed Victor ‘an Exile’ stating that were he to ever step foot on Attilan soil he would be charged and punished for his crimes.
Victor took on this title as ‘the Exile’ and became a super villain. He was quickly sought out by The Mandarin who recruited him as part of an effort to destroy Iron Man. Later, The Exile took on Iron Man’s comrade Armond Stark. After a fierce battle, the Exile was seemingly killed.