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The Mysterons are a race of disembodied entities from the television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. They have no known physical identity, their only form of appearance being through two green rings. They are capable of communicating in English with Humans, via radio and other means.

They have perfected the ability to reverse matter (also known as Retro-Metabolism), which is demonstrated when Captain Black destroys their Martian Complex after mistaking a surveillance camera for a weapon and concluding that they are under attack. Having destroyed the city, the Mysterons rebuild it in a matter of seconds before declaring a War of Nerves against Earth for the unprovoked attack, vowing that they will destroy all life across the planet. They took control of Black's mind making him their official Earth based agent

The Mysterons have the ability to use their powers of retrometablism to re-create an exact likeness of any object or person and use them to achieve their aim. Their threats have included killing members of state, wiping out cities and even stopping Spectrum from countering their attacks.

Known Cities

Mars

MysteronCity

A Mysteron city was located on the far side of Mars, away from visible sight. The city was discovered by Spectrum in 2068, after mysterious signals had been traced back on Earth.

The city was destroyed after Captain Black mistook a surveillance device for a weapon, but later reconstructed.


Speculation

The Spectrum Intelligence file on the Mysterons posits two theories about their nature of existence.

  1. The Mysterons began existence as or have evolved over many millenia into non-corporeal beings of energy, able to manipulate matter by simple virtue of being as far removed from the physical plane as possible.
  2. The original Mysterons died off and the war of nerves is instead being fought by their computers, confined by their coding to retaliate without question and now without masters.
Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons
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Characters:
Spectrum: Captain Scarlet | Captain Blue | Colonel White | Lieutenant Green | Destiny Angel | Captain Black | Symphony Angel | Captain Brown | Rhapsody Angel | Captain Grey | Melody Angel | Captain Ochre | Harmony Angel | Captain Magenta | Doctor Fawn | Captain Indigo | Spectrum Guards
Others: The Mysterons | World President Younger | Lieutenant Dean | Navigator Conway | Director-General Xian Yoh | Delta Garage Attendant | DT19 Pilot | DT19 Co-Pilot | Airport Chief | Airport Operator | Director-General Impersonator | Spectrum Agent 042 | Assassin | Macey | 1st London Police Officer | 2nd London Police Officer | 3rd London Police Officer | 4th London Police Officer | 5th London Police Officer | 6th London Police Officer | Woman Driver | Harris (Manhunt) | Security Chief Richards | Geiger Operator | Delta Garage Mechanic | Culver Guard 1 | Culver Guard 2 | General Ward | Eddie | Sergeant Marshall | Lieutenant Burroughs | Trapper | Red Deer Sentry Joe | Cariboo Sentry | Big Bear Sentry | Dead Body | Bob Lynn | TVR-17 Controller | Helijet Pilot | USS Panther II Captain | Lieutenant Belmont | Soames | Davidson | Clark | Commodore Goddard | Captain Holt | Morton | Distillery Attendant | Dr. Theodore Magnus | General Tiempo | Dr. Turner | 1st Medical Student | 2nd Medical Student | Porter Benson | Radiographer | Nurse (Operation Time) | Morgan | Doctor (Operation Time) | General Peterson | Doctor Giadello | 1st Warden (Post 14) | 2nd Warden (Post 28) | Mason | Steele | Kramer | Dice Club Croupier | Barman | Nuclear City Security Chief | Attendant Delta garage | Kruger | Doig | Carl | Fire Warden | Lunar Controller | Orson | S.I.D | Shuttle Pilot | Supreme Commander of Earth Forces | Colonel Storm | Major Brooks | General Cope | Captain Hassel | Pete | MCA Tanker Driver's Mate | Arab | Andre Verdain | Helga | Gabrielle | Casino commissionaire | Model | Fairfield | Jackson | Fire Chief | Major Stone | Joe Johnson | Phil Machin | Major Reeves | Linda Nolan | Frazer | Shroeder | Doctor Breck | Doctor Carter | Doctor Angelini | Doctor Kurnitz | Doctor Kurnitz' Secretary | Kinley | Charlie Hansen | Jason Smith | Major Gravener | Doctor Baxter | Doctor Mitchell | Nurse (Treble Cross) | Harris (Treble Cross) | Doctor Ernst Conrad | Bill Williams | Newspaper Reporter | Joe (Flight 104) | Doctor Denton | Judith Chapman | Airport Mechanic | General Rebus | Neilson | Rhoades | Captain (Expo 2068) | Doctor Sommers | Driver (Expo 2068) | Seneca Pilot | Lumberjack (Expo 2068) | Raynor | Mervin Brand | President Roberts | Vice President | Vice-president's Wife | Professor Gabriel Carney | President Conrad Olafson | President John L. Henderson | SKR4 Captain | SKR4 Navigator | Major Moran | Sergeant (Inferno) | Commander Williams | Maxwell Airbase Sergeant | Colgan | Mysteron Agent (The Inquisition)

TV Series Episodes:
The Mysterons | Winged Assassin | Big Ben Strikes Again | Manhunt | Avalanche | White as Snow | The Trap | Operation Time | Spectrum Strikes Back | Special Assignment | The Heart Of New York | Lunarville 7 | Point 783 | Model Spy | Seek and Destroy | Traitor | Renegade Rocket | Crater 101 | Shadow Of Fear | Dangerous Rendezvous | Fire at Rig 15 | Treble Cross | Flight 104 | Place of Angels | Noose of Ice | Expo 2068 | The Launching | Codename Europa | Inferno | Flight to Atlantica | Attack on Cloudbase | The Inquisition

Audio Adventures:
Introducing Captain Scarlet | Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons | Captain Scarlet is Indestructible | Captain Scarlet vs. Captain Black

Books:
Young Corgi | The Vault

Locations:
Cloudbase | Maximum Security Building

Vehicles and Craft:
Spectrum Saloon Vehicle | Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle | Maximum Security Vehicle | Angel Interceptor | Spectrum Passenger Jet | Spectrum Helicopter | Spectrum Hovercraft | Spectrum Radar Van | Magnacopter | Zero-X

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