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D'Von Kray

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D'Von Kray was a heavily armored warrior from the future. He consisted of artificial and organic parts. He possessed infrared vision, superhuman strength, endurance, reflexes and durability. Due to an internal tracking device he was able to find any person on a planet whose genetic pattern was stored in his memory banks. The weaponry from his alternate future was built-in including a plasma gun that was part of his right arm. In the 20th century some of his weapons were replaced by Department H with weapons from the 20th century. Additions to his arsenal included guns with explosive rounds, automatic guns and other weapons. Department H also affixed twin VTOL rockets to Kray's back to make him airborne. Additionally they made him invisible to radars with an internal jammer and injected a homing tracer into his spinal fluid in case he went AWOL.

Bio:
Two millennia in the future on Earth-4935 D'Von Kray was a Canaanite warrior. One day his squad was killed by Cable.

After Cable had left that era Kray participated in an experiment and followed Cable into the past of Earth-616 after receiving a few genetic alterations. The bounty on Cable's head meant nothing to him. He only cared about the Blood Rite that demanded the death of the murderer of Kray's squad.

During the temporal displacement Kray lost the memory of his mission. He arrived in Moose Jaw, Canada and attacked everything in his path. Some cops shot him, but their weapons were useless against Kray. The Canadian government sent in Wolverine to deal with the threat and he was able to subdue Kray by tossing him into electrical wires that electrocuted Kray.

Department H took Kray to one of their science facilities where they examined Kray and his futuristic weaponry. The scientists saw the technology and Kray more as an opportunity than a threat. James MacDonald Hudson even thought about turning Kray into a recruit for the new Alpha Flight program. Wolverine didn't like the idea.

One week later it was decided to reactivate Kray for field tests although even Hudson was against it after reading a hypothesis that Kray came from the future.

That night Kray was unattended when his brain went active again. He remembered his mission to kill Cable and broke out of the laboratory. On his way out he killed various people. Outside he used his internal tracking devices to find Cable's genetic pattern. He found him and flew with his new twin rockets to New York City where he found Cable with his new buddy Rhodes. Kray started his first assault from the sky, but Cable saw it coming. Kray then went to the ground and continued his attacks with explosive rounds. Cable and Rhodes hid from Kray, but Kray found them and told Cable why he was going to kill him. Wolverine came to Cable's aid and together with Rhodes they fought Kray. During the fight Rhodes was shot, but after a telekinetic blast from Cable, Wolverine was able to decapitate Kray with his claws.

Later the authorities picked up the remains of D'Von Kray.

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First Appearance: Wolverine/Cable (1999) #1

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Issue Appearances:
Wolverine/Cable (1999)

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New Canaanites (Marvel)

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