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Axos is an entity that came to Earth, supposedly in need of fuel. Its real motivations were to drain all energy from Earth in an attempt to gain the secret of time travel...

Axos was composed of several parts, but the most noticeable parts were the Axonite and the Axons.

AxoniteEdit

Axonite was the miracle element that the Axons traded with Mr. Chinn for the energy to re-fuel their ship. Axonite was a living substance and they claimed that it could be used to enlarge the size of organisms. It was sent around the world to key scientific points, where it would drain energy evenly from those points.

AxonsEdit

Though Axons had humanoid features, they too were part of the main Axos structure. They first took the form of golden skinned humanoids, but they could also take the form of large, tentacled creatures. They were capable of morphing between various humanoid shapes and teleporting themselves and others.

Strengths and WeaknessesEdit

All the elements of Axos are unharmed by gunfire. Axos the craft however can be stunned if a certain tube is shot. All Elements of Axos can feel the pain of each other. Axons are easily destroyed by explosions.

HistoryEdit

Axos encountered the Master at an unknown point in time. They captured his TARDIS and kept him prisoner; he directed them toward Earth.

Following their arrival on Earth, they attempted to start a 'feeding cycle'. They met with UNIT and promised them large amounts of axonite so they could enlarge food and end world hunger. UNIT ordered worldwide distribution of Axos. The Doctor realised that the Axons planned to use the axonite on Earth to drain the planet of all its energy. The Doctor stopped them by placing Axos in a time loop.

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