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History

Anti-mutant bigot Bolivar Trask designed the "Mark I" Sentinels to protect humanity from the "mutant threat". Unfortunately, Trask and his employees were not masters of their robots: they created the Sentinels with an artificial intelligence they could not control. The Sentinels quickly reasoned that the best way to protect humans from mutants was to control human society, instead of allowing the "imperfect" humans to do so.

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Sentinel Mark I Scale

When Trask tried to order a Sentinel to seize Professor Xavier during a television debate, the Sentinel instead attacked and kidnapped Trask, taking him to the HQ Trask himself had built. The Sentinels also kidnapped X-Man Beast. The rest of the X-Men followed the Sentinels to their base, but were captured as well.

However, one of the Sentinels left at the studio had inexplicably collapsed. Xavier discovered that a huge crystal mounted in a tower nearby had jammed this Sentinel's power unit, putting it out of commission. Xavier had his government contacts transport the crystal to the Sentinel base, where it disabled all of the Sentinels' minor units. The X-Men also managed to break free and raced to confront Trask.

Meanwhile, the lead Sentinel, Master Mold, tried to force Trask to create an army of Sentinels with which it could conquer mankind. However Trask had used a psycho-probe on Beast and discovered that not all mutants would inevitably use their powers against humanity. Understanding that he had been wrong in his prejudice, he sacrificed his own life to destroy the Sentinel-manufacturing apparatus, destroying Master Mold and most of the Sentinels in a great explosion. The X-Men barely managed to escape the base's destruction.

Return

Controversial artist Guy DeMondue acquired three "decommissioned" Sentinels Mark I from Simon Trask for an exposition on the "mutant kitsch" in San Francisco, causing the demonstration of pro-mutants and the coming of the new-in-town X-Men. There, the depowered Magneto used tech to mimic his powers and activated two of the Sentinels to attack his old enemies, without himself to be targeted as he wasnt a mutant. One of the Sentinels was destroyed by Colossus, who threw a hybrid car on it after Wolverine had sniked it, and the other by Angel.[1]

Capabilities

Robot: Due to its nature, the Sentinels were protected by the sheer strength of their armor. They could not be affected by emotional or mental attacks, nor by illusions. However, they were susceptible to attacks affecting machinery.

  • Energy Blast: The Mark I could project a variety of different energy types from their chests offensively, including but not limited to: plasma, electrons, stun beams and heat. They were also armed with a disintegrator, though this only worked on inorganic matter.
  • Flight: Mark I Sentinels could fly with jets mounted in their feet.
  • Mutant Detection: The Sentinels constantly scanned all living beings in their immediate surrounding area and were able to determine if they were humans or mutants.





Notes

  • The Mark I Sentinels were programmed to protect humanity from mutants, but their programming was completely open as for how they could do this. Thus, they could injure or kill humans to capture mutants.


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