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|Powers and Abilities|
|Abilities|| Enhanced Strength|
|Alias||Tin Man (Max)|
|Voice Actor||Yuri Lowenthal|
The Synthroid is a sentient alien robot that attacked Max and Verdona in Moonstruck. It was trying to capture Verdona so she could be used as a power source for its planet. As a mechanical being, it has no care or remorse for beings who are alive and justifies the act by saying it's vital to the continued survival of its race. As it was telling Max, it was going to drain Verdona's life and kill her just like the organic ones who built them. Max destroys the Synthroid by shooting a part of the ship that caused a massive explosion as soon as he and Verdona could escape.
At first in the series, it takes the appearance of a dark mysterious man who wears a trench coat and hat covering the eyes. After a fight with Max, its true form was revealed to be a tall black humanoid robot after its ID Mask was removed.
Powers and Abilities
The Synthroid is an extremely dangerous robot, capable of shooting laser blasts and throwing powerful punches. In addition to its abilities, the Synthroid is heat resistant and can repair damaged parts of itself. It can also survive extreme environments. Even if a body part is detached, it can still function and reattach itself to the rest of the body with Nanobots. It can cause great footprint dents in the floor.
Ben 10: Ultimate Alien
- Moonstruck (first appearance; flashback; destroyed)
- The Synthroid looks similar to the Cybermen in the classic Doctor Who series.
- The Synthroid's human form bears a close resemblance to Victor Validus or Magister Labrid human disguise.
- The Synthroid has similar traits to and may be inspired by the Terminator, especially the red vision and the pursuing of a target.