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===S.H.I.E.L.D. agent===
 
===S.H.I.E.L.D. agent===
Delgado was a {{M|Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-616)|S.H.I.E.L.D.}} major and [[Mutants Classification#Latent Mutants|latent mutant]]. Leading a team of agents, he chased [[Acolytes (Earth-616)|Acolytes]] who were using a stolen shuttle to reach the [[Asteroid M]], seeking refuge to [[Max Eisenhardt (Earth-616)|Magneto]]. He managed to infiltrate the base, but was captured but was turned side by [[Anne Marie Cortez (Earth-616)|Anne Marie Cortez]]'s abilities, and his powers activated by others, and joined the Acolytes.{{r|Marvel Encyclopedia Vol 1 X-Men}}
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Delgado was a {{M|Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-616)|S.H.I.E.L.D.}} major and [[Mutants Classification#Latent Mutants|latent mutant]]. Leading a team of agents, he chased the [[Acolytes (Earth-616)|Acolytes]], who were using a stolen shuttle to reach the [[Asteroid M]], seeking refuge from [[Max Eisenhardt (Earth-616)|Magneto]]. Delgado managed to infiltrate the base, but was captured and was turned to the side of the enemy by [[Anne Marie Cortez (Earth-616)|Anne Marie Cortez]]'s abilities, and his powers activated by others, before he joined the Acolytes.{{r|Marvel Encyclopedia Vol 1 X-Men}}
   
 
===Acolyte===
 
===Acolyte===
He later died in the crash landing of Asteroid M, after it sabotage by [[Fabian Cortez (Earth-616)|Fabian Cortez]].{{r|X-Men Vol 2 #1|#3}}{{r|Marvel Encyclopedia Vol 1 X-Men}}
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He later died in the crash landing of Asteroid M, after it was sabotaged by [[Fabian Cortez (Earth-616)|Fabian Cortez]].{{r|X-Men Vol 2 #1|#3}}{{r|Marvel Encyclopedia Vol 1 X-Men}}
   
Delgado was resurrected via the [[Techno-organic Virus|Transmode Virus]] during the [[Necrosha]] crisis and, searching for Magneto with his fellow acolytes [[Fabian Cortez (Earth-616)|Cortez]] and [[Seamus Mellencamp (Earth-616)|Mellencamp]], battled [[Deadpool (Wade Wilson)|Deadpool]] and [[Alani Ryan (Earth-616)|Loa]]. They were eventually, and contrary to the others "zombies" who weren't possible to kill, killed by Loa's powers (Loa was used as a projectile by Deadpool).{{r|X-Force Annual Vol 3 1}}
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Delgado was resurrected via the [[Techno-organic Virus|Transmode Virus]] during the [[Necrosha]] crisis and, searching for Magneto with his fellow acolytes [[Fabian Cortez (Earth-616)|Cortez]] and [[Seamus Mellencamp (Earth-616)|Mellencamp]], battled [[Deadpool (Wade Wilson)|Deadpool]] and [[Alani Ryan (Earth-616)|Loa]]. They were eventually, and contrary to the other "zombies" who weren't possible to kill, killed by Loa's powers (Loa was used as a projectile by Deadpool).{{r|X-Force Annual Vol 3 1}}
   
 
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'''Size Addition:''' Delgado possessed the [[Homo superior|Mutant]] ability to increase his size, to a unknown limit. This growth process would have required the rapid acquisition of bodily mass, presumably this was obtained from an extradimensional source.
 
'''Size Addition:''' Delgado possessed the [[Homo superior|Mutant]] ability to increase his size, to a unknown limit. This growth process would have required the rapid acquisition of bodily mass, presumably this was obtained from an extradimensional source.
   
* '''Superhuman Strength:''' This requirement of extradimensional mass used in the growth process, would appear to fortify all of Delgado's cellular tissue (including his bones and muscles) thus enabling him to support his increased weight. Thusly this granted Delgado superhuman strength in proportion to his increased size presumably.
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* '''Superhuman Strength:''' This requirement of extradimensional mass used in the growth process, would appear to fortify all of Delgado's cellular tissue (including his bones and muscles) thus enabling him to support his increased weight. This granted Delgado superhuman strength in proportion to his increased size presumably.
   
'''Assisted Transmutation''': While not one of Delgado's [[Homo superior|Mutant]] abilities, his fellow [[Acolytes (Earth-616)|Acolyte]] [[Allen Marc Yuric (Earth-616)|Chrome]] had on one occasion altered Delgado's molecular structure to make him almost as dense as the metallic substance [[adamantium]]. By doing this Delgado sacrificed speed and agility, for increased strength and durability. While Delgado was in this transmuted state, he had a brown rock-like substance appearance.
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'''Assisted Transmutation''': While not one of Delgado's [[Homo superior|Mutant]] abilities, his fellow [[Acolytes (Earth-616)|Acolyte]] [[Allen Marc Yuric (Earth-616)|Chrome]] had on one occasion altered Delgado's molecular structure to make him almost as dense as the metallic substance [[adamantium]]. By doing this Delgado sacrificed speed and agility, for increased strength and durability. While Delgado was in this transmuted state, he had a brown, rock-like appearance.
   
   

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S.H.I.E.L.D. agent

Delgado was a S.H.I.E.L.D. major and latent mutant. Leading a team of agents, he chased the Acolytes, who were using a stolen shuttle to reach the Asteroid M, seeking refuge from Magneto. Delgado managed to infiltrate the base, but was captured and was turned to the side of the enemy by Anne Marie Cortez's abilities, and his powers activated by others, before he joined the Acolytes.[2]

Acolyte

He later died in the crash landing of Asteroid M, after it was sabotaged by Fabian Cortez.[3][2]

Delgado was resurrected via the Transmode Virus during the Necrosha crisis and, searching for Magneto with his fellow acolytes Cortez and Mellencamp, battled Deadpool and Loa. They were eventually, and contrary to the other "zombies" who weren't possible to kill, killed by Loa's powers (Loa was used as a projectile by Deadpool).[4]

Powers

Size Addition: Delgado possessed the Mutant ability to increase his size, to a unknown limit. This growth process would have required the rapid acquisition of bodily mass, presumably this was obtained from an extradimensional source.

  • Superhuman Strength: This requirement of extradimensional mass used in the growth process, would appear to fortify all of Delgado's cellular tissue (including his bones and muscles) thus enabling him to support his increased weight. This granted Delgado superhuman strength in proportion to his increased size presumably.

Assisted Transmutation: While not one of Delgado's Mutant abilities, his fellow Acolyte Chrome had on one occasion altered Delgado's molecular structure to make him almost as dense as the metallic substance adamantium. By doing this Delgado sacrificed speed and agility, for increased strength and durability. While Delgado was in this transmuted state, he had a brown, rock-like appearance.


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Strength level

Normal human male with intensive regular exercise. When Delgado grew in size, his strength increased to superhuman levels.


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