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Nosedeenians are mischievous little creatures composed of electrical energy who have the physical form of anthropomorphic batteries. They come from the Nosedeen Quasar.
Nosedeenians are black and white with plus and minus symbols on their back (+ and -), similar to a battery. They have a large lightning bolt-shaped marking on their chest, with them standing at roughly a foot tall, with pointy legs, and three fingers on each hand.
Powers and Abilities
Nosedeenians have the ability to manipulate green electricity, and can pass through any electrical source using a form of enhanced speed.
Nosedeenians can control electricity and can inhabit electrical devices, controlling them from the inside, and in some cases powering them. However, they can also cause electrical technology to malfunction and fry when they pass through them. They can animate and possess electrical machines as a result.
Nosedeenians have the capability to duplicate themselves when they are severed, more specifically when one is cut in half or has enough power.
Nosedeenians can electrify liquids to attack enemies.
Nosedeenians can use their powers to seamlessly fly, sometimes leaving an electric trail behind.
Nosedeenians are surprisingly strong for their size. They also have enhanced agility.
Nosedeenians are durable enough to withstand being harmed by energy blasts. Their natural durability can be increased by their self-duplication, allowing them to be uninjured if they are severed, as they simply can duplicate to avoid being harmed.
Nosedeenians can emit a sonic scream capable of shattering glass.
A Nosedeenian's power can be taken away by fire, or when they are trapped in something made of a non-conductive material.
Nosedeenians can be insulated with rubber-sheeted blankets.
If a Nosedeenian runs out of energy, he will fall asleep.
A Nosedeenian's energy can be absorbed by a species such as Fulmini.
A Nosedeenian's small size can be a disadvantage against a bigger, stronger opponent like the Xerge.
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