Personal Info:
Real Name: Bennet du Paris
Also Known As:
Place Of Birth: France
First Appearance: X-Factor Vol.1 92
Known Associates:
Group Affiliation: Acolytes (Leader); formerly Brotherhood Of Mutants (Leader), Marauders
Base Of Operations: Mobile
Grudges: X-Men, X-Force, X-Man and Quicksilver
Creators: Scott Lobdell and Joe Quesada
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Telekinesis: Exodus has the ability to telekinetically lift at least 10 tons of weight. He can also augment his physical strength with his telekinesis. He can levitate himself and others. He can make powerful fields that make him nearly invulnerable as well as being able to crush objects within them. He is also able to “fly” at great speed.
Teleportation: Exodus is able to psionically transport himself, his clothing, and additional mass from one location to another.
Telepathy:: Exodus is capable of displaying various psionic feats with the minds of others including reading and communicating with thoughts over vast distances. He can also track people, cloak his presence, control minds, generate illusions, erase memories, fire psionic force bolts and project himself astrally.
Psionic Vampirism: Exodus can also 'feed' upon the psionic energies of others. Absorbing and stealing psionic energy from those around him and using it to his own advantage.
Pyroplasmic Blasts: Exodus can manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum so as to release tremendous amounts of heat to incinerate specific targets.
Healing/Resurrection: Exodus has also stated that he can heal and also bring the dead back to life. He appears to have done so on several occasions.
Bennet du Paris was a Frenchman who fought alongside Eobar Garrington, the Black Knight of the 12th century and warrior in the Crusades. Bennet and Eobar were close friends, but they parted ways when Bennet set out to explore a legend of the lost pharaoh in Egypt. Bennet found himself tested by En Sabah Nur, the immortal mutant also known as Apocalypse, who helped unleash Bennet's own mutant powers. Apocalypse christened him "Exodus" and made him his servant. Apocalypse tested Exodus by setting him against the time travelling Avengers Sersi and the Black Knight (Dane Whitman) possessing the body of Eobar. The Avengers convinced Exodus that he was little more than a pawn to Apocalypse, and he turned on his master. Apocalypse punished him for his foolish mistake by imprisoning him in the Swiss Alps.
Exodus remained in his stasis prison until recent years when the mutant supremacist Magneto revived him. Exodus gave himself over to Magneto's cause with intense fervour.