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Around 500,000 years ago[3] the Eternal Kronos managed to isolate the cosmic energy that empowered the Eternals, but the volatile containment tube shattered and exploded. The explosion transformed Kronos into a cosmic entity, but also killed all the other Eternals.[4][5]

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After being reborn in the Activation Chamber[5] the Eternals discovered that Kronos' experiment had increased their powers.[6] With their new abilities, the Eternals then discovered they could join their will and intelligence into one powerful entity, which they called the Uni-Mind.[7]

Having no race or gender, the Uni-Mind was made of light, mind, and pure energy, and other species, such as humans, could join safe from harm.[2] The Prime Eternal is, normally, the only one able to summon the ritual of the Uni-Mind, determined either by heirdom or by combat in the Hall of Eternal Judgment.[8][9]

When Makkari, Thena, Sersi, and Druig were reduced to human form and attacked at a party, a minor Uni-Mind subconsciously linked them enough to begin reactivating their Eternal abilities.[10]

After Phastos revealed to his fellow Eternals that every one of their resurrections cost the life of a human being, Zuras assembled a Uni-Mind. While he assumed his re-election as Prime Eternal , he found himself outmaneuvered by Druig, who brought Thanos into the Uni-Mind and managed assemble a significant voting block in his favor. Thanos was elected Prime Eternals, and upon leaving the Uni-Mind, killed both Zuras and Druig.[11]

Notes

  • Eternals (Vol. 3) presented many inconsistencies and retcons regarding many aspects of the Eternals, including the Uni-Mind. Eternals (Vol. 4) #9 confirmed that a Uni-Mind could be created with only three Eternals.

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