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Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-93060/Ultraverse) human technology user

Occupation: Protector

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Colonel Snowden, Warstrike, unnamed native villagers

Enemies: Any who would attack the village;

formerly Warstrike

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unidentified rain forest, Brazil

First Appearance: Warstrike#2 (June, 1994)

Powers/Abilities: Quixote was a normal but strong human who was skilled at several forms of medieval weaponry. He had a metal suit of armor (but no helmet) and rode a rocket-powered airborne chariot shaped like a horse and which responded to his call. He was somewhat delusional, thinking himself a noble knight, and spoketh in archaic English. He seemed to hear the words of divine wisdom from an inanimate skeleton.


(Warstrike#3 (fb) - BTS) - Quixote was the protector of a tribe of natives in the Brazilian rain forest, and stood guard over what was actually a skeleton and which was worshiped by the villagers. While on patrol, Quixote spotted Warstrike, who was hunting Colonel Snowden, and mistook him for a demon to be slain.

(Warstrike#2) - Mounted on his metal steed, Quixote charged at Warstrike, piercing him through with his lance against a tree.

(Warstrike#3) - Quixote turned and charged again, this time wielding a morning star, but Warstrike was able to free himself and tackled him to the ground. A savage and brutal fight ensued until Quixote was overpowered. Warstrike's display of mercy by not stabbing him with the lance turned Quixote's opinion of the mercenary, no longer seeing him as a demon, but as a fellow warrior. Warstrike also realized that he had been mistaken thinking that the metal-clad knight was Snowden. The two traveled in the rocket horse to the village that Quixote protected and where Snowden was meant to reside. There, Warstrike encountered the villagers and discovered that the person called Snowden whom Quixote and the tribe revered was just a skeleton in a darkened hut. Frustrated that his manhunt for Snowden had been manipulated and that he'd been misled, Warstrike stormed off. Quixote sought to calm the panicked villagers. Warstrike then stole Quixote's rocket steed to return to his helicopter and fly back to the USA.

Comments: Created by Dan Danko (writer), Hoang Nguyen (pencils) and Larry Welch (inks).

It is unknown where Quixote acquired the technology.

Profile by Grendel Prime.

Quixote has no known connections to:

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Warstrike#2, p26-27 (main image)
Warstrike#3, p4, pan4 (head shot)

Warstrike#2 (June, 1994) - Dan Danko (writer), Hoang Nguyen (pencils), Bob Downs & Larry Welch (inks), Roland Mann (editor)
Warstrike#3 (July, 1994) - Dan Danko (writer), Hoang Nguyen (pencils), Alex Bialy (inks), Roland Mann (editor)

Last updated: 08/13/09

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