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Lego Ultra Agents

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Lego Ultra Agents

Ultra Agents is a theme released by LEGO in May 25, 2014. This theme features a new variety of Agents fighting disaster-themed villains attracted with danger. In 2015, the agents' main focus is to defeat AntiMatter, the leader of the villains.

Contents

  • Agents 1
  • Villains 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Agents

  • Solomon Blaze: Team leader
  • Curtis Bolt: Scientist and tech-expert of team
  • Calia Phoenix: Only female agent, weapons expert
  • Max Burns: Rookie agent, driver, now has armour
  • Jack Fury: Pushy agent who always takes the risk, now with armour
  • Steve Zeal: Agent who prefers being patient
  • Trey Swift: Agent who wants to get stuff done fast
  • Professor Brainstein: ?
  • Professor Hydron: ?

Villains

  • Antimatter: Leader of villains, once an Ultra Agent called Morgan Lux
  • Toxikita: Only female villain, former environmentalist, now toxin-based villain
  • Infearno: Former firefighter, now fire-based villain
  • Adam Acid: Former harbor master, now toxic thug assistant of Toxikita
  • Psyclone: Former weather caster, now wind-based villain
  • Tremor: Former boxer named, "Lois Lightweight", now the "heavy hitter villain."
  • Terabyte: Former IT specialist, now tech-savvy villain
  • Retox: Toxikita's henchman
  • Spyclops: Former pest controller, now villain who controls an army of RoboSpiders
  • Invizable: Former rock star, now villain who has the ability to cloak
  • Drillex: Former construction assistant, now driller villain
  • Professor Brainstein (Evil): ?
  • Electrolyzer: ?
  • SharX: ?

References

External links

  • Official site
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