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Come out, come out wherever you are. I summoned you two heroes here to destroy you. And just like all the others, I will annihilate you!

– Strike while hunting Garnet and Ben.

Strike is the main villain in Crossover Nexus.

Appearance

Strike is a tall, muscular purple humanoid masked by a black costume with red X markings and circuit lines. He wears a red cape and has a notable cybernetic arm.

Personality

Strike seems to have a fondness for fights, summoning, and attacking heroes purely for the thrill of destroying them.

History

Background

Despite much of Strike's backstory being classified,[IJQ 1] what is known is that he assaulted the Nexus Realm, stealing the powers of the native heroes. From there, he proceeded to abducted heroes from other dimensions including Garnet, Ben 10, Raven, and Rex Salazar. Despite turning most of the dimensional heroes into stone whilst stealing their powers, Raven was barely able to escape this fate due to a protection spell.

Crossover Nexus

Strike first appears in Crossover Nexus. When his latest victim, K.O., was rescued by Garnet and Ben, Strike sent his Pen to pin them down. It was able to erase both the Omnitrix (leaving Ben stuck as Four Arms) and Garnet's visor. Strike himself reappeared before K.O., Garnet, Four Arms, and a still-alive Raven to finish them off.

Unfortunately, his power-up sequence gave K.O. enough time to reprogram the Pen to recreate the Omnitrix (allowing Four Arms to turn back into Ben), Raven's magic, and Garnet's visor. After getting attacked by Garnet and Raven, Ben switched through a variety of new transformations based off the defeated heroes to vanquish Strike with a Power Fist, ending his reign of terror.

With the Pen free from his control, Garnet orders the Pen to undo all the damage Strike caused, restoring the Nexus Realm to its former glory and reviving the other heroes.

Powers and Abilities

Strike has reality changing powers, able to create whatever he desires with the help of his sentient pen.

Strike is capable of summoning red energy strikes shaped like X's that can instantly incapacitate a hero by turning them to stone.

Strike can hover and fly through the air.

Equipment

Strike's cybernetic arm has a holographic display that shows him a list of he has hunted, as well as summon those he has yet to face.

Strike's large sentient pen can erase whatever it blasts, such as powers and weaponry. It is also capable of flying on its own like a drone. Unbeknownst to him, there is a reverse switch on the Pen, capable of reprogramming it bring back all that it had deleted.

Weaknesses

Strike is notably arrogant and over confident, as evidenced when he took a long time to power up which allowed K.O. to help Garnet, Ben and Raven regain their powers.

Appearances

Specials

Trivia

  • Strike is the physical embodiment of cancellation, as most of his victims are characters from previously ended Cartoon Network series and other projects, including those that have been discontinued after a short run.
  • Strike powers up like the characters in the Dragon Ball franchise.
  • Strike was designed by Parker Simmons. His voice actor also reprises his role as I. M. Weasel in Crossover Nexus.
  • Strike's lair is probably just full of metal and junk, and maybe spoils of war.[IJQ 2]
  • Ian Jones-Quartey believes Strike is dead.[IJQ 3] However, he can be seen alive and fighting Zack Saturday from The Secret Saturdays, Randall P.McDuff from Party Wagon, and Sunny Bridges from Class of 3000, However, it is unknown of how he was brought back to life.

References

Ian Jones-Quartey

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