In truth, R.C.X. head Nigel Orpington-Smythe intended for them to be trained to become a superhuman army. Fearing for the safety of their charges if the plans of their superior went ahead, several R.C.X. agents, led by Agents Michael, Gabriel and Raphael spirited the children away from the agency.
They took them to Braddock Manor to enlist the aid of Captain Britain (Brian Braddock), figuring that he could lend them much needed protection, both physical and politically. However, the agents' decision to not fully inform the hero of their situation meant he was reluctant to help, and while they argued, the Cherubim were released from their van by Meggan. They fought Captain Britain and his allies, Betsy Braddock and Captain UK, but were swiftly overpowered. In the confusion afterwards the Cherubim went rogue and the other Warpies moved into Braddock Manor. 
He witnesses an intruder in the Manor but was too late to warn Michael about the bomb plot in the base, who exploded, seemingly killing him and wounding Beetroot. He was transferred to the Cloud Nine where he died. His death extended the trauma to Alistaire Stuart who assisted Beetroot's end. 
Telepathy: Beetroot was a limited telepath, described as "fourth-grade telepath".
Had difficulties in moving due to his warped arms and legs.
- 1 Appearances of Beetroot (Earth-616)
- Minor Appearances of Beetroot (Earth-616)
- Media Beetroot (Earth-616) was Mentioned in
- 2 Images featuring Beetroot (Earth-616)
- Quotations by or about Beetroot (Earth-616)
- Character Gallery: Beetroot (Earth-616)
- Unofficial Handbook of the Marvel Universe
Discover and Discuss
- Search this site for:
|Like this? Let us know!|