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Cable Nathan Christopher Summers, son of Cyclops and Madelyne Pryor. As an infant, Nathan was highly regarded by the alien Chosen for being genetically perfect. Even then, his latent mutant abilities were apparent. After being infected by Apocalypse with a techno-virus, Nathan was brought to the future, with the program of the sentient vessel Ship inside of him. In the future, as Cable, he fought a war against the forces of Apocalypse, and Ship, in the new identity of Professor, became his closest friend. Returning to the 20th Century, he had Professor maintain his home Graymalkin, but ultimately, the Professor chose to leave Earth as the new being named Prosh. -X-Factor#42-46, 48-50

Caduceus Mark Cadmon, a physician from Chicago born in 1889 who joined the Young Gods in 1919. He possesses the power to heal others. After being presented to the Celestials by Gaea, Caduceus was brought to the Celestial Mothership with the other Young Gods, and made the pupil of Katos. -Thor#300, Spectacular Spider-Man Annual#8, Marvel Comics Presents#101-103, 105, 107-109

Calculus Jahaharel Patel, a Hindu of the Brahmin caste born in 1928 who joined the Young Gods in 1948. After being presented to the Celestials by Gaea, Calculus was brought to the Celestial Mothership with the other Young Gods, and made the pupil of Katos. He once manipulated the Space Phantom into believing he was the leader of an invasion force from Limbo, in order to further manipulate Spider-Man and the Avengers into removing a powerful "black cloud" of carnivorous insects from Earth. Calculus possesses the power to predict the future, and read minds. -Thor#300, Spectacular Spider-Man Annual#8, Spectacular Spider-Man#168-170, Marvel Comics Presents#102, 106-109

Caldera Crater-like opening through which airships may access Deviant Lemuria without travelling though the water. -Eternals (v.2)#10

Camelot The seat of power held by King Arthur Pendragon in the Middle Ages, defended by Sir Percy of Scandia, the original Black Knight, and the sorcerer, Merlin. Sersi visited Camelot in the past, where she taught Merlin some new tricks, and exposed Maha Yogi, who briefly impersonated Merlin. In the final days of Camelot, the Interloper fought alongside the Knights of the Round Table against the Dragon of the Moon, which had allied itself with Morgan Le Fay. Many of Camelot's knights were slain in the battle. -Journey Into Mystery#96, Eternals (v.1)#4

Mr. Campion Head of a mysterious organization in Washington who observed the recent resurgence of the Deviants and Eternals. -New Eternals#1

Captain America Steven Rogers, promenient hero of World War Two, and member of the Avengers. Sersi first met Captain America in the time following the Great Flood, when she was still a child, and Captain America found himself temporarily transported to the past. In modern times, Sersi attempted to invite Captain America to her parties, but he resisted meeting her, until he needed her help in disguising himself as a teenager. Sersi was very attracted to him, and as a member of the Avengers, tried unsuccessfully to entrap him, and vied with his girlfriend Diamondback. Ultimately, Sersi turned to the Black Knight instead. -Captain America#355-357, Captain America Annual#11

Captain Mar-Vell Kree hero sent to infiltrate earth, but who ultimately came to be its protector. Mar-Vell opposed Thanos in two of his attempts to conquer the universe, and was a great friend and protector of the Eternals of Titan, honorary Avenger, and lover of Elysius. After he died of cancer, Elysius cloned a son from his remains named Genis, who currently carries on his legacy, with the aid of Moondragon. -Captain Marvel#27-35

Captain Marvel Genis-Vell, son of the Kree warrior Captain Mar-Vell and the Titan Eternal Elysius. Genis-Vell was born through Titan cloning techniques, using the corpse of Mar-Vell. He was raised to believe that Eros was his father, only learning the truth in recent years. Possessing the power of Cosmic Awareness, Genis has gone from drunk to hero to maniac. -Silver Surfer Annual#6

Carmondy IV Alien planet whose religion centered around the alien Veeda Leebre. The Celestials determined that Leebre had made unfair use of his powers, and brought him to the Desecration Annex. Believing him dead, the entire population of Carmondy IV, save one member, committed suicide as per his commands. -Captain Marvel (v.2)#5

Cataphrax Deviant warrior with green skin and two mouths. He entered the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation as "Enigmo, 10th Wonder of the World" in order to draw out Ikaris. In battle with Ikaris, he successfully stole a portion of Ikaris' power for the priesthood, but was then informed that he must submit to Purity Time for his deformities. However, he was not killed, but put into suspended animation as a part of Ghaur's "Fifth Host". When Kro saw what had happened to his friend, he had Thena kill him. -Eternals (v.2)#1, 11-12

Ceasefire Alias Phastos has assumed as a member of the "New Breed". -New Eternals#1

Celestials "When the first of us appears to you, faithful one- Look well upon his visage- and know the meaning of our mission!" -Eternals (v.1)#2, the only time the Celestials speak.

A group of massive alien life-forms, typically 2000 feet high. All that is known of their origins is that they are born of dead galaxies. They tour the universe, conducting experiments on the life-forms they encounter, usually creating new races of Eternals and Deviants. As a safeguard against their creations, they made the Brethren from bacteria, but ultimately released them from their service. Experiments upon the Skrulls produced a race of shape-shifting Deviants who ultimately overran the original Skrulls, and exterminated them. So far, there are no known Skrull Eternals. The Kree have one surviving Eternal, Ultimus. No other Kree Eternals or Deviants are known to exist. Theories as to the Celestials' purpose include that they are a manifestation of Eternity itself, and are sent out to gather knowledge and understanding for him. Kubik and Kosmos, two living Cosmic Cubes, believe this to be a sound theory. It is known that the Celestials visit planets in 4 hosts. The purpose of their visit is determined by the leader of their expedition party. Hence, Arishem most often leads the 4th Hosts, which judge the fitness of a planet to survive. Even the Odinsword cannot slay a Celestial, though it can temporarily remove their limbs. Only "the Weapon" has the power to utterly kill a Celestial. The Celestials have no apparent connection to Galactus. Contrary to some accounts, the Celestials have no homeworld.

So far known Celestials include: Arishem the Judge, Ashema the Listener, the Dreaming Celestial, Eson the Searcher, Exitar the Executioner, Gammenon the Gatherer, Hargen the Measurer, Jemiah the Analyzer, Nezarr the Calculator, the One Above All, Oneg the Prober, the Red Celestial, Scathan the Approver, Tefral the Surveyor, and Ziran the Tester. -Additional Celestials may be seen in Eternals (v.1)#18, X-Factor#48-50, Thor#423-424, 448-450, Fantastic Four Annual#26, Blackwulf#6, and X-51#12

Celestial Technology The Celestials have forged many varieties of instruments, mainly artifiial servants. Their devices include Atom Shield, Cosmic Beacon, Crystal Key, Descent Vehicle, Desecration Annex, Drones, Force Barrier, Gather Rod, Gatherers, Godstalker, Ladder of Fire, Mothership, Professor, Prosh, Receiver, Reflector Screen, Replicoid, Ship, Spy Eyes, the Vial, and the Weapon

Central Processor Computer bank Domo operated from as head technologist of Olympia. It controls and monitors all of Olympia's computer systems, including the Holo-Transmitters. When Domo left Earth, Makkari took over the Central Processor, but was not as well versed in the technology, and accidents occured commonly. -Eternals (v.1)#5, 13, Avengers#247, Eternals (v.2)#1

Cerebral Energizer Device from Titan which ISAAC instructed Vision to build in order to attain control of Earth's computer systems. This helmet enabled Vision to simulate the powers of Eros, allowing him to stimulate the pleasure centres of others. He used this ability to manipulate others into following his directives. -Avengers#243, 254

Ceremonial Pylons Twins pylons in the City of the Space Gods upon which Arishem rested while judging the world. Thor destroyed them during his battle with the Celestials. -Eternals (v.1)#2-3, 7, 12, Thor#284, 289, 300

Ceyote Eternal with the appearance of a Native American. Ceyote works in Mexico under the alias of "Thomas Hawk", a sculptor. He has a half-human daughter, Iris Devereaux, who appears far older than him. As a member of the "New Breed", Ceyote chose the alias "Tomorrow Hawk". In battle, he uses his "Ani-Mates", flying totem weapons. -New Eternals#1

Chamber of Council Hall in Olympia where Thena held a meeting with the Forgotten One in which she asked him to aid in the battle against the demons in New York City. -Avengers#299

Chamber of Power Location below Olympia where the mighty engines designed by Phastos power the city. Sprite used devices found there to try and adjust the city's screen of invisibility, but accidentally sent Olympia to the Negative Zone instead. -Avengers#308

Chamber of the Gods The interior of the City of the Space Gods, from which Ajak and his work unit were stored, alongside ancient Incan sculptures. Dr. Damian learnt the language of the Celestials here, and used devices he found to transform Ajak into a monster. -Eternals (v.1)#1-4, 7, 12, Thor#284, 291, 300, Eternals: Herod Factor

Champion of Champions Title given to the greatest warrior of the Eternals of Eyung, Grom, who later became the Over-Mind. -Fantastic Four#115

Dr. Chandra Human scientist in the employ of the Damocles Foundation. Dr. Chandra aided in the Foundation's attempt to re-activate one of the Celestials' Gatherers. -X-Force#69, 79, 84, 96-97

Chaos Being created by ISAAC in Titan's Life-Baths to serve him in his conquest of Titan. Chaos had the ability to fire energy blasts, and to absorb others inside of himself, depositing them in the clutches of his brother, Tartarus. Although Chaos was seemingly slain by Captain Mar-Vell, ISAAC later revived him for another assault. -Captain Marvel#60-61, Marvel Spotlight (v.2)#1-2

Charlene Alias Charm assumed while posing as Malcolm Stromberg's niece. -Quasar#21

Charm One of the Weird Sisters. Charm has the power to sprout tentacles which are laced with a poison that can (eventually) slay even an Eternal. Charm participated in the capture of Yrdisis, and the successful attempt at reviving Maelstrom. -Quasar#20-23, 25, Fantastic Four Unlimited#10

Cha'Sa'Dra A minor demon who became the patron god of a branch of Gortokians, transforming them into the Lava Men. Ch'Sa'Dra was slain by Gilgamesh during "Inferno". In retaliation, the Lava Men designed a massive lava creature in their god's image, and it nearly slew Gilgamesh in battle. -Avengers#300, 306

Dave Chatterton Young man who attempted suicide by jumping off a building, but was saved by Sersi, who determined to make him love life. As Dave spent time around Sersi and the Eternals, he gradually gained courage, and ultimately sacrificed himself to save Ikaris from being killed by a mind-controlled Sersi. -Eternals (v.2)#3-8, 10-11

Thomas Chatterton English poet who lived from 1752-1770. Chatterton wrote false antiquarian poems, which he claimed had been written by a monk in the 15th century. Sersi knew him at this time, and gave him a few pointers. When he committed suicide at the age of 27, Sersi thought it was a horrible waste. It wasn't until 1777 that Chatterton's poems were revealed to be fakes. -Eternals (v.2)#3

Chi Demon Alias assumed by an as-yet unnamed Eternal, also known as "Professor King", as a member of the "New Breed". -New Eternals#1

"Children of the Space Gods" Term the priesthood uses in reference to the Deviant people. -Eternals (v.2)#1

The Chosen On an alien world, name that is given to those who have no physical imperfections, all of whom are created in laboratories through artificial means, and raised by robots. Male and Female Chosen are not allowed physical contact, and those who are called "Perfect" may not be touched by anyone. The Chosen have made war with the Rejects for centuries, but were finally able to put aside some of their greviences in order to help drive the Celestials from their planet. The leader of the Chosen is Perfect Palik, followed by Most Perfect Seera. Other members of the Chosen include Father-Sun, Jak, Lev, Lord Rask, and Swen. -X-Factor#43-46, 48-50

Chronos In Greek Mythology, the father of Zeus, who attempted to swallow his children to keep them from usurping him. Chronos is also an alternate spelling for Kronos' name.

Chudar Deviant who attends upon Kro. -Quasar#12

Cinderella Popular European fairy tale, in which a poor cinder girl was given a beautiful dress and coach by her fairy godmother. According to Sersi, this is a true story, and she played the part of the fairy godmother. -Captain America#355

Circe Name Sersi is more commonly known by in Greek Mythology. This was also Sersi's name in the alternate reality created by Morgan Le Fay. -Avengers (v.3)#2-3. See the Classic Circe for complete details.

Circlet of the Ascendent Crown worn by the ruler of the Deviants since before the 2nd Host. The priesthood showed their contempt for Kro's title by crushing the circlet with their feet. -Eternals (v.2)#2-4

City College New York college where Dr. Samuel Holden teaches anthropology. Dr. Holden introduced his students to the Eternals and Deviants here. -Eternals (v.1)#6, Eternals (v.2)#1

The City Hidden From Sight Alternate name for the City of the Space Gods. -Eternals: The Herod Factor

City of the Chosen Capital city of the alien Chosen, home of the Arena of the Chosen, and the most highly-advanced technology on the planet. -X-Factor#43-46, 48-50

City of the Space Gods City constructed in the Andes Mountains by the Incas, during the time of the 3rd Host. During the 4th Host, the Celestials used the City as their headquarters, and sealed it off from humanity with an Atom Shield. Following their departure, Dr. Damian remained in the City to continue studying the Celestials' language. After Dr. Damian and Ajak's death, Ikaris destroyed the City. -Eternals (v.1)#1-4, 7, 12, Thor#283-284, 289, 291, 300-301, Eternals: The Herod Factor

City of Toads Capital city of Lemuria, named for the House of Toads. -Eternals (v.1)#8-10

Dr. Clay Scientist who investigated Kro's activities in Matto Grosso and ended up having his head shrunk by Kepiquatzl. -Captain America Comics#2

Adam Clayton Man who was granted superhuman speed by a mystical gem. Makkari used his name as an alias in modern times, even though Clayton had been dead for years. -Strange Tales#67

Club Galaxy Charitable organization which has an interest in space travel. At one of their charities, where a new spacecraft was on display, the Underground Legion sabotaged the event to steal the spacecraft. -Blackwulf#7

Coal Ebony-black Deviant sent by Ghaur to Atlantis with Spike and String to steal the Horn of Proteus. Namorita later mistook Sunspot of the New Mutants for Coal. -New Mutants Annual#5

Coagulation Cannister Tiny box that the World-Devouring Worm was sealed inside of eons ago by the Deviants to prevent it's powers of instant growth. -Thor Annual#7

Cole Neanderthal experimented on by the Deviant scientist Taras Vol 20,000 years ago, giving him a greatly enhanced lifespan. Cole escaped from Lemuria during the Great Cataclysm, alongside two other neanderthals, One-Eye and Gort. Over the centuries, Cole became involved in many events of human history, including the building of hte pyramids, Cortez's expedition to South America, freeing black slaves during the era of slavery, and fighting in both World Wars. Eventually, Cole retired to the United States, and built a restaurant. When One-Eye and Gort caught up with him and stole a cloth doll owned by his daughter, Cole enlisted the aid of Cable in recovering it.-Cable#96

Colosseum Locale in Deviant Lemuria in which gladiator games are held. -Avengers#371

Corona Alias Thena assumed as a member of the "New Breed". -New Eternals#1

Cosmic Beacon Homing force that summons the Celestials to earth. Kro attempted to prevent it from being activated by Ikaris, but failed. -Eternals (v.1)#1

Cosmic Gyro Device located in the center of Titan, and controlled by ISAAC. The Cosmic Gyro maintains Titan's orbit, and can be used to force the entire moon out of Saturn's orbit. -Captain Marvel#31

Cosmopolis Great metropolitan city on Earth-S where Hyperion found employment as mild-mannered Mark Milton, cartoonist. -Squadron Supreme#1

Crystal Key A piece of Celestial technology an expedition of the Deviant priesthood found aboard the Celestial mothership. Though they were unable to remove the key, the Deviants re-created the Key from their analysis. Ghaur intended to use the Key to break open the Vial containing the essence of the Dreaming Celestial. Ikaris atomized the Key, but Ghaur was still able to make use of the energies released by plunging himself into the flare. -Eternals (v.2)#5, 7, 9-11

Michael Curry Name Makkari claimed as his identity to Ulysses Bloodstone when they met in Mombasa. -Marvel Universe#4

Jake Curtiss Alias used by Makkari as an agent of the National Security Association. -Marvel Universe#4-6, Marvel: The Lost Generation#2

Cybele Mother of Thena and the wife of Zuras. Cybele usually lives in a secluded forest in Colorado, and does not usually take part in the affairs of her people, even though she was technically their queen while Zuras was alive. She did not even attend her own daughter's coronation, preferring to appear as a holographic image instead. In the past, she has been mistaken for Gaea, Dyndymae, Rhea, and Agdistis. When Dave Chatterton came to Olympia wanting to aid the Eternals, she educated him on the history of the conflict and teleported him to Lemuria. Later, she aided her fellow Eternals in battle against Ghaur, when he gained the power of the Dreaming Celestial. -Eternals (v.2)#1, 9-12, Avengers#310

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