Weeks later, Callaghan created more microbots. The warehouse where they were being built was discovered by Hiro and his robot companion Baymax, who were soon attacked by Gallaghan in disguise and barely escaped. Days later, they tracked down the microbots once again, and found them in the docks of San Fransokyo, where Callaghan was returning from having used them to recover pieces of scientific equipment. Hiro's friends had followed him, and escaped along with him once Callaghan spotted them and tried to kill them with the microbots. This resulted in a chase through the city, which ceased once the group of friends fell with their van to the water, and Callaghan presumed them dead.
Hiro and his friends, now equipped with suits of armor, tracked Callaghan down, and found him in an abandoned lab in an island. He was using the microbots to dismantle a prototype of a dimensional portal, which he would later relocate above one Alistar Krei's institute, to use the portal's capabilities to destroy it to have revenge on Krei, whom he blamed for the death of his daughter Abigail.
The microbots can be controlled mentally with the use of a neurotransmitter. The swarm of robots can be used to build anything its controller wishes, and create different figures. The microbots can mimic the move patterns of a liquid, and turn completely solid and extremely durable. Using a combination of this two properties allows their controlled to use them as a form of transportation, like a slide.
- The Microbots Swarm is used by Hiro as his principal offensive weapon in the videogame Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes.
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