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Ahmet Abdol (Earth-616)
Ahmet Abdol was a professor of ancient Egyptology when he formed a theory that the Gods and pharaohs of old were actually ancient mutants. Accused of heresy when he announced his findings, Abdol was attacked by a mob who chased him through the streets with his wife and infant daughter. Abdol wrecked his car and his wife died in the burning vehicle, as the mob looked on and did nothing to help him save her.
Superhuman Strength: The Juggernaut possesses vast superhuman strength the limits of which are unknown. Superhuman Stamina: Juggernaut's body generates no fatigue toxins during physical activity, granting him limitless superhuman stamina in all physical activities. Superhuman Speed: Despite his immense size, Juggernaut's superhumanly strong leg muscles allow him to run and move at speeds beyond the natural physical limits of the finest human athlete. He can run at speeds of 111 miles per hour or more. Superhumanly Dense Tissue: The Juggernaut's skin, muscle, and bone is exactly 4 times denser than the same tissue in the body of a human being, greatly contributing to his superhuman weight. Invulnerability: The Juggernaut is highly invulnerable to all forms of physical injury. The Juggernaut's skin is almost completely unbreakable and he is highly resistant to pain. The Juggernaut is also immune to all toxins, poisons, and disease. Regenerative Healing Factor: If damaged, Juggernaut possesses a regenerative healing factor that enables him to regenerate with superhuman speed. Self Sustenance: The Juggernaut is completely self-sustained. He has no need to breathe, eat, or drink and cannot tire, hence he cannot sleep. However, his self-generating mystical energies provides him with the nourishment of sleep, nutrition, hydration, and oxygen. He is sustained by his mystical energies alone. Immortality: Juggernaut is immortal. He is not a millisecond past his absolute physical prime and is immune to aging. Nothing except perhaps total molecular disintegration can kill him. Force Field: The Juggernaut is capable of generating a personal force field around himself, extending to about 1 foot in diameter from his body. He uses this force field for many purposes, such as preventing physical contact, keeping debris and unwanted materials off himself, erecting his force field to escape piles of debris easier, and a few other purposes as well.Embodiment of Irresistible Force: Once the Juggernaut begins to advance in a certain direction, it is virtually impossible to halt his movement. Some obstacles such as many tons of rocks and plasma-discharge cannons have slowed his pace but can't completely halt him. The only known examples of him being stopped involve physical force with mystical involvement, which is Juggernaut's sole weakness.
Terrorist, Cult leader, Egyptologist, Archaeologist, professor
Formerly Twelve (Mutants), Cult of Living Pharaoh
Although the connection between Ahmet Abdol and Alex Summers was established from the beginning, the reason behind it was not explained until decades later in Uncanny X-Men #376. Abdol's powers came from a procedure performed on him by Mister Sinister. Sinister spliced certain x-genes from Alex Summers into his genome, thus increasing Abdol's ability to absorb cosmic energy. Apocalypse wanted to create the perfect mutant to act as the centerpiece of his ascension machine during The Gathering of the Twelve, and he hoped to enhance Abdol's existing energy absorbing powers to accommodate all the various energies of the other Twelve. Abdol's potential was successfully enhanced, but using Havok's genes had the unintended side effect of keeping Abdol limited so long as Alex Summers was active. The issue above described Abdol as a non-mutant variant, suggesting Apocalypse was solely responsible for his abilities. This does not fit with Abdol's ability to generate cosmic bolts even before meeting En Sabah Nur, as seen in Marvel Graphic Novel #17. Furthermore, Abdol has been described as a mutant many times before and since, including in the same Gathering of the Twelve crossover. As a result, the "non-mutant variant" reference appears to be an error.
BASE OF OPERATIONS
X-Men #54 (January, 1969) (As the Living Pharaoh) X-Men #56 (March, 1969) (As the Living Monolith)
Arnold Drake, Don Heck
Living Pharaoh, Living Planet, Juggernaut
PARENTS AND RELATIVES
Alex Summers (Havok) (genetic donor); Filene Abdol (wife, deceased); Salome Abdol (daughter, deceased); Leila O'Toole (Plasma) (niece)
5′11″ (1.8 m) (as Abdol), 26′ (7.92 m) (lower limit as Living Monolith), 41′ (12.5 m) (upper limit as Living Monolith)
170 lbs (77.11 kg) (as Abdol), 136800 lbs (62.05 ton) (Living Monolith)
Mutant via Havok's X-Gene transfer