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Information-silk Real NameThomas Philip Moreau
Information-silk Current AliasZealot
Information-silk AliasesMutate 685
Information-silk RelativesPhillip Moreau (brother), David Moreau (father)
Information-silk Base Of OperationsGenosha
Status
Information-silk AlignmentNeutral
Information-silk IdentityPublic Identity
Information-silk CitizenshipGenoshan
Information-silk Marital StatusSingle
Information-silk OccupationFormer slave
Characteristics
Information-silk GenderMale
Information-silk EyesBrown
Information-silk HairBald
Origin
Information-silk OriginMutant
Information-silk UniverseEarth-616
Information-silk CreatorsJoe Pruett, Brandon Peterson
First AppearanceAppearance of Death
Magneto Rex #1Magneto Rex #3
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HistoryEdit

Zealot is a mutant from the island nation of Genosha. He is the son of David Moreau, the Genegineer who genetically engineered Genosha's mutant population, transforming them into a slave caste in the process.

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Zealot vs. Magneto.

Zealot became an enemy of Magneto when the latter was given control of the war-torn, emancipated Genosha by the United Nations. Zealot led a force of mutant rebels who violently opposed Magneto's rule, and fought Magneto, Rogue and Quicksilver. In the end, Zealot was killed by Magneto, who encased him in silicate matter and hurled him into space.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Powers

Terrakinesis: a terraformer, Zealot could psychokinetically manipulate the earth's soil, rocks and minerals for various purposes. He could create large hills, rock walls or other constructs, like sinkholes, pits, rockslides and (in moistened soil) mudslides. His terraforming ability also allowed him to augment his own strength by tapping into the very soil of Genosha itself.

Strength level

Variable but potentially superhuman.

TriviaEdit

Zealot's powers are somewhat similar to those of the Greek mythological figure of Antaeus.

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