Trevor Fitzroy
Trevor Fitzroy
Personal Info:
Real Name: Trevor Fitzroy
Also Known As: White Rook, Chronomancer
Place Of Birth: Earth-1191
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men Vol.1 #281 (1991) Modern Age Villain
Known Associates: Anthony Shaw, Gamesmaster, Selene, Fabian Cortez, Shinobi Shaw, Siena Blaze, Fenris, Graydon Creed
Group Affiliation: Upstarts, Formerly Hellfire Club, X.S.E (trainee), Summers Rebellion
Base Of Operations: Chronobase
Grudges: Bishop and the X-Men
Creators: John Byrne, Jim Lee and Whilce Portacio
Life-Force Absorption: Trevor Fitzroy possesses crystalline hands capable of draining living beings of their life-force, converting it into energy and absorbing it into himself. Effectively killing his victims, thus disintegrating the body.
Temporal Wormholes: With the resultant energies, Fitzroy can create portals that can teleport those passing through them across time and space. He must drain life-force for the portals to open; for every person drained, 1 person can pass through. The portals are one way. Trying to pass through the wrong way results in the traveler having his body terribly misshapen. As well he can put these portals into stasis to be used at another time. His portals can be used for simple teleportation, which he only needs to absorb a small amount of life-force for.
Time Alteration: Trevor Fitzroy has the ability to shift objects into different timeframes, and alter the flow of time to return people or objects into a previous incarnation.
Time Stopping: Trevor Fitzroy has the ability to freeze people in a type of stasis.
Trevor Fitzroy was the illegitimate son of Anthony Shaw, the wealthy and influential Black King of the Hellfire Club. Trevor was born a mutant, and had the ability to drain other living beings of their life force, and to use that life force to open temporal wormholes. Despite mutants being outlawed and consigned to concentration camps, Trevor lived a free life, possibly protected by his father.
At some point, Trevor joined the Summers Rebellion, an uprising of mutants and pro-mutant humans against the oppressive anti-mutant policies of the U.S. government. Trevor became close with Ruby Summers, one of the leaders of the rebellion. Trevor was contacted by his father, who had him rescue Ruby and the time-displaced Jamie Madrox and Layla Miller from a Sentinel attack.
Trevor aided the rebellion in trying to undo the schemes of Anthony Falcone, but was killed by Cortex. Ruby begged Layla to save him using her power to bring people back from the dead but the terrible consequence of Layla's powers were that those she resurrected came back without souls. Layla relented, and brought Trevor back, allowing him to save them by defeating Cortex. Without his soul, Trevor lost his conscience and morality. He soon became a hardened criminal.
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