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History

Elysius was created by I.S.A.A.C., the sentient computer system of Titan, moon of Saturn and home of the Titans. She was created to serve as ISAAC's lieutenant and aided ISAAC in its conquest of Titan. ISAAC was corrupted by Thanos and enacted a failsafe program created by Thanos when he created Elysius, Stellarax, Dionyus, Lord Gaea, and other artificially created Titans. Following the departure of Stellarax for the planet Earth, she was appointed commander of the remaining forces.[1] She also oversaw the creation of new artificial constructs at the Life-Baths.[2]

After she fell in love with Mar-Vell she aided him, Drax, and Rick Jones in opposing ISAAC.[3] Following the final battle and the defeat of ISAAC, Elysius and Mar-Vell spent weeks together on Titan.[4] When Mar-Vell died from Blackend,[5] Elysius arranged to have his child, conceiving a boy genetically extrapolated from Mar-Vell's DNA and hers, and then artificially aged.[6]

She was later killed by Lord Syphonn.[7]

Elysius returned in an alternate reality that was then woven into Earth-616's reality when Genis had Entropy remake the universe and remained on Titan.[8]

Powers and Abilities

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Powers

Elysius is an artificially created being patterned on and possessing the attributes of the long-lived offshoot of humanity called the Eternals.[9]

  • Superhuman stamina[9]
  • Superhuman strength[9]
  • Superhuman speed[9]
  • Superhuman durability[9]
  • Immortality: Elysius possesses an extremely long lifespan and immunity to most terrestrial diseases.[9]
  • Telepathy: Elysius has limited telepathic abilities of an unrevealed nature. She keeps griffin-like creatures which obey her telepathic commands.[9]

Paraphernalia

Weapons

She uses an alien hand-weapon capable of disrupting force fields or of firing energy of an unspecified nature as bursts of concussive force.[citation needed]

Transportation

ISAAC crafted her personal sky-ship which resembles an ancient Earth galleon but possesses the capacity of flight[citation needed]

Notes

Elysius's death was reported in Captain Marvel (Vol. 4) #14 in flashbacks, based on the unpublished stories planned for Captain Marvel (Vol. 3).

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