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Chronosapiens are a species of biomechanical lifeforms. They're robotic, metallic, and appear to be more machine-like than biological.
Chronosapiens are large, round semi-humanoid aliens, made of yellow or black metal and have a translucent window on their chest which displays their innards, which appear to be various gears. They have a round, short head with a semi-circular appendage on top.
When moving, Chronosapiens produce gear-like sounds.
Powers and Abilities
Chronosapiens are able to produce time rays that age their targets into dust, makes them time travel, or restore time-erased individuals.
Chronosapiens are capable of time and dimensional travel, and can display events that have happened in the past by rotating the keys on their heads, which produces a light. This light covers the area and displays all objects and movements in the past as holographic images.
Chronosapiens can slow down time, which makes them look like they are fast when they're actually really slow.
Chronosapiens can sense another Chronosapien's power usage or the use of a Chronosapien Time Bomb, and can undo the effects of both.
Chronosapiens can use each other's Chronosapien keys, but they won't have their true resonance.
Chronosapiens possess chronopathy, allowing them to perceive time and know when something has happened or will happen.
Chronosapiens have enhanced strength and can survive in space.
A Chronosapien's metallic body can be damaged by sufficient force, which can cause them to fall into a powered-down state in which the light on their torso and face goes off and they cease moving.
If something hits a Chronosapien's head key, they would be badly stunned.
Chronosapiens are slow runners and tire quickly because of their large bodies and short legs.
The use of a Chronosapien's powers creates a ripple effect which can be sensed and in some cases reversed by another Chronosapien.
A Chronosapien's time rays are ineffective against timeless dimensions, anything diamond-related such as Petrosapiens, due to them being incapable of aging. Similarly, the time rays are ineffective on gumballs because time has no effect on them.
- Clockwork (the Omnitrix's DNA sample of a Chronosapien)
- Windy-Hindy (the Hero Watch's DNA sample of a Chronosapien)