Given name: The Inevitable
Birth name: Zedracus
Age: 26 (Earth years)
Weight: 675 lbs.
Strength: 50-ton range
Durability: borders on indestructibility. Has survived a direct hit from a gamma burst while suffering the equivalent of second-degree burns.
Stamina: no known limits. Does not need to breathe, eat, drink, or sleep, although he finds such activities enjoyable.
Flight: subsonic with good maneuverability.
Healing: heals an an accelerated (though not instantaneous) rate. Can recover from what would normally be considered fatal injuries, even regrowing lost body parts. Rate of regeneration depends on severity of damage.
As a side effect of the process that granted him his powers, his eyes will glow red when he is feeling some powerful emotion, such as anger.
Susceptibility to mental attacks
No magical defenses
Zedracus was born into a noble family of Delos. Arrogant and temperamental by nature, no one ever seemed to live up to his expectations, and he was never satisfied with the amount of power and influence that both his family's standing and his own prowess as a warrior were able to earn him. Looking beyond Delos for an alternative means of gaining power, he managed to come into contact with both the Imperium and the Sith Order. In exchange for a prominent position in the Imperium (he was given the title of the Inevitable, a symbol of the futility of defying the Imperium, and made one of the high commanders, answerable only to Nordok himself), and a process that vastly increased his strength, granted him the ability of flight, and made his body nigh-invulnerable, he revealed the location of his homeworld to his new-found allies. If he feels any guilt or regret that his betrayal resulted in the annihilation of Delos, he has never demonstrated it.
Combat: as part of the warrior class of Delos, Zedracus has received extensive combat training. He is an accomplished hand-to-hand fighter and a skilled marksman. However, his preferred method of combat is in the use of bladed melee weapons, particularly swords, axes, and spears, as he feels that battering a foe with his fists is a bit brutish and primitive, and shooting a foe from a range rather cowardly.
Piloting: though he is not particularly expert in vehicle operation, Zedracus was trained to proficiently operate most manner of ground, water, air, and space vehicles found on Delos. He has taken the time to likewise familiarize himself with the control of most Imperium vehicles, though he usually leaves such tasks to others, finding vehicle operation in general to be somewhat beneath him.
Tactics: Zedracus prides himself on his military acumen; part of what motivated his betrayal of Delos was being passed over for appointment as the supreme commander of his planet's military forces for someone who was, in his opinion, an inferior candidate (despite the fact that said candidate was far more experienced, with a much longer record of distinguished service).
Antimatter blade: resembling a short-bladed tulwar, this sword boasts a meter-long blade. Though it can be wielded one-handed, the grip is designed for comfortable two-handed use, as well. The exact nature of its composition is not known, but it possesses the fearsome property of causing a catastrophic chain reaction in any being or object that it penetrates. This reaction appears to be identical to that which occurs when matter comes into contact with antimatter, leading some to speculate that the sword somehow creates this volatile material upon impact, or is in fact constructed of it. How the blade does not annihilate its wielder, or even how it exists in the first place, are subjects prone to speculation.
Adamatine axe: aside from being constructed entirely of nigh-indestructible adamantium, this weapon is otherwise identical in form and function to battleaxes made of other materials.
Arcanium armor: as Zedracus' durability would render most armor superfluous, he has opted for elaborate suit of Arcanium plate, in order to compensate for his lack of arcane defenses. While this armor gives him a degree of resistance to magical attacks, it does not make him totally immune.
Mind-shield helmet: this helm gives its wearer a degree of protection from psychic or other mind-based attacks. Like the Arcanium armor, it does not provide full immunity, merely increased resistance.
The Severed Claw resembles one of the standard escort destroyers of the Imperium fleet. Retaining the destroyer's anti-fighter capacity, the Claw has a reinforced hull and greatly advanced shield generator, making it far more durable than the standard model. It also contains a prototype armament known as a supernova cannon: a weapon capable of scouring all life from the surface of a world while leaving the planet itself largely intact. Ordinarily, such a weapon would require far too much power for it to be fitted to such a small vessel, but this issue has been dealt with by having the weapon absorb energy from the target planet's own star to power itself.