No longer possessing a physical body, Sackett discovered he could enter into the bodies of others, assuming control and becoming something of an infiltration specialist.
After learning to use his abilities, Mosaic penetrated the security measures of a secret S.H.I.E.L.D. installation in Manhattan, ultimately occupying Agent Melinda May's body and stealing Field Director Phil Coulson's personal S.H.I.E.L.D. Flying Car, taking Lola for a joyride through the skies of New York City.
Morris was a Human with latent Inhuman heritage whose powers were activated by the Terrigen Bomb. After Terrigenesis, he projected from his physical body as a being consisting primarily of a previously unknown form of energy.
- Intangibility: Outside of his body, Morris can phase through solid objects and walls, as well as avoid being grabbed by people.
- Levitation: Morris' intangibility allows him to levitate while outside of a physical body.
- Physical Possession: Morris can possess people, and while doing so gains access to every memory, skill, and ability of that person. Once he leaves the host, Mosaic retains some of that host's memories and skills, but not their powers.
- Invisibility: Morris is seemingly invisible to whom he has not possessed, as well as nearly all mechanical, mystical, and psychic scans. Under normal circumstances he is also invisible to telepaths, whether inside a host or not. The Human Torch eventually taught him how to adjust his form to a visible, though unstable, energy range.
- Dreamspace Manipulation: When inside someone's mind, Morris can change his shape to fight off 'antibodies.'
Athletic Prowess: Morris exhibited strength and agility superior to that of a college-aged Human athlete by the age of twelve, which Brand Corp testing attributed to his eugenically superior Inhuman lineage.
Electrician: Morris garnered Beto's knowledge about electric devices from his vocational training.
Martial Artist: Morris also picked up Kenny's knowledge of military-graded hand-to-hand combat.
Power Limitation: Morris is incapable of possessing someone whom he has previously possessed and attempting to do so induces electrical feedback which causes him physical pain. He also struggles to maintain possession of hosts, such as Magneto, whose bodies contain an electromagnetic charge.
Morris' primary mode of transportation is flight via his own innate ability to levitate when not possessing another person's body.
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