The Technohol 13 Alphabetical Character Roster: T
T'Gin-Zu: a student of various martial arts forms for over two decades, Joseph R. Rainone has proven himself to even elite ninja like Storm Shadow! Taken under his wing, that Arashikage warrior has brought Joseph into the ninja clan, and subsequently the Gi Joe Ninja Force! T'gin-zu comes in Classic and Saga styles!
T'Jbang: Sam has studied under the Arashikage clan's master swordsman, and has taken a vow of silence as a result. The man is silent but deadly, having developed his very own sword techniques in darkened caves throughout Japan - techniques no man or woman has lived to describe! T'jbang comes in Classic and Saga styles!
T-AI: the Tactical Artificial Intelligence, T-AI is reportedly the daughter of the Autobots' computer, Teletraan I. She's a highly efficient tactician (surprise!) who helps the Autobots both manage their base and blend in with humanity even better. Availability:
the Tactical Battle Platform: this easily transportable, prefabricated base can be used by the GI Joe team almost anywhere on earth. Either as a base for other missions or a deterrent in its own right, the Tactical Battle Platform controls any area it occupies! Availability:
Doctor Link Talbot: a third generation veterinarian and a fully qualified Navy S.E.A.L., Dr. Link Talbot is a highly skilled member of the Gi Joe team who didn't join out of choice but out of necessity - it was the only way to protect the animals in his zoo from Cobra's chicanery! Dr. Link Talbot comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Tanar'ri (in general): occupying a plane of roiling chaos married to blackest evil, the tanar'ri are horrors without peer. They are mercurial hatred and insane passion given form, and subsequently tempered in the crucible of the harshest spaces known! Availability:
Tantrum: Dean is an unbalanced fellow who, using the powers he'd recently gained thanks to the White Event, gleefully manipulates others' emotions to serve his own, mercurial purposes. Only Hysteria seems to hold his manic urges in check. Availability:
Taurus: Varujan Ayvazyan was a Turkish circus acrobat who had a habit of doing undercover work for Interpol, when he wasn't smashing 2x4 boards with his face under the big top. An expert in over a dozen languages, Taurus was an ideal candidate for the Gi Joe 'Renegades' team! Taurus comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Taxi Taylor: laughed at when he tried to sell the US Army his inexplicable Wonder Car, Jim 'Taxi' Taylor decided to use the bizarre creation himself. Driving into the city, he used his Wonder Car in a one-man war against scofflaws and saboteurs alike! Availability:
Technohol: the brain child of the mysterious mad scientist known only as Mister Brewer, Technohol is a revolutionary organic circuitry technology that he needed Permutational Industries' help to develop - which they gladly did - for a price. Availability:
Technoholic Man: used as a test subject for an organic circuitry super soldier sleeper technology disguised as a soft drink, Sam Xerxes Robbins managed to come out of this on top, and now wanders the earth as a mighty technological hero! Availability:
the Technoholic Twins: these two oblivious twins were dosed by Mister Brewer with his experimental concoction: Technohol 14! Saved from its mind control components by Seńor Barnett, they've gone on to fail at their acting careers... sort of? Availability:
Tele-Vipers: vital cogs in Cobra operations, Tele-Vipers are the men and women who relay messages back and forth between the Cobra command and its subordinates. As such, it's rare to see Cobra's leadership without a Tele-Viper handy. Availability:
Agent Scott Templar, CIA: though not a part of Emmett Proudhawk's paranormal research team, Scott Templar was a CIA operative who found such things fascinating. Imagine his surprise when he deduced Jack Magniconte's paranormal nature... Availability:
the Terrible Thingus: left for dead by Charlie Chicanery after her exploratory visit to the B'ntri home world, this alien terror has come to earth looking for revenge. Imagine her surprise when she found other, like-minded individuals waiting in line! Availability:
the Terror: injected with a virus and chemicals extracted from a mad dog, amnesiac Laslo Pevely was transformed into... the Terror! He now wields his inexplicable powers against the criminal element, brutally manhandling evil men! Availability:
Tertians (Modron): incredibly powerful, the nine tertians are awesome beings. The final arbitrers of legal disuptes in Regulus, they're the equivalent of a modron 'supreme court'. They also pass final sentence on all captured rogue modrons. Availability:
the Thin Man: Doctor Bruce Dickson found Enlightenment in the lost civilization of Kalahia, and only wanted to bring its intellectual advancements to mankind. After the Kalahians were pointlessly slain by vicious Nazis, he dedicated himself to Revenge! Availability:
Thrasher: growing up terminally spoiled, the youth that would devolve into Thrasher wanted for nothing. With no discipline to rein him in, Thrasher's violent, destructive urges consumed him, and he ultimately found his way into the Dreadnoks! Availability:
the 3Xs: Marvel's original hero group, the 3Xs were simply three guys that busted up crime - and did so very well. Little is known about this mysterious trio, other than the fact that they're happy to put their lives on the line for others! Availability:
Thunder: raised in one of America's loudest neighborhoods, Matthew adores heavy metal - and any other ear-splitting noise. He joined the Army to wield artillery, and his love for his work got him a gig as the driver of GI Joe's Slugger. Availability:
the Thunder Machine: Thrasher's greatest creation, the Thunder Machine is a car/truck/something that he cobbled together from the remains of numerous other vehicles. Heavily armed and ludicrously fast, the Thunder Machine is a Dreadnok mainstay! Availability:
the Thunderclap: a powerful cannon so heavy that it requires both a tractor and a trailer to move it into position, the Thunderclap is a devastating artillery piece. It can fire eleven inch shells at a range of up to 20 miles, which detonate with enough force to atomize the opposition! the Thunderclap comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Thundercracker: lording over the skies like a tyrant, Thundercracker disdains those without the power of flight. While he isn't entirely convinced the Decepticons are right, Skywarp and Starscream are usually on hand to keep Thundercracker in line. Availability:
Thunderfist: little is known about the British brute called Thunderfist, other than the fact that he's mighty even before you consider the Nazi power gloves he was duped into wearing. Strong and silent, he's happy to punch villains for freedom! Availability:
Thunderwing: Spencer got his start in the demolition business, and moonlighted as a bouncer. When this lifestyle began to wear on him, Spencer decided to be all he could be, and joined the Army. Excelling in the total destruction of various buildings, he eventually earned a spot on the Gi Joe team. Thunderwing comes in Classic and Saga styles!
the Thunderwing Jet: a series of F-22 aircraft modified for use by the Gi Joe team, the Thunderwing Jet is readily its most advanced fighter to date (and it's had some spectacular combat craft in its day), and is perfect for air, ground, and electronic combat! Availability:
Tiger Claw: obsessed with the ninja arts after watching a seemingly profound martial arts movie as a child, Chad M. Johnson pursued the ninja lifestyle all his life. This culminated with him not only becoming Snake-Eyes' apprentice, but joining the Arashikage ninja clan! Tiger Claw comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Tiger Man: his arms lost in a factory accident, Gustav Hertz began a regimen of exercise to master the use of his feet and teeth as replacements. Growing unhinged, his hatred for machinery caused his government to turn him loose in America! Availability:
the Tigerhawk: the Gi Joe team's 'answer' to the Firebat, the Tigerhawk is just as dangerous an aircraft to fly. While it's small, the thing has an astounding amount of speed, maneuverability and firepower for something its size, which is why Ace likes it so! Availability:
Time Out: Janet Claymore was an incredibly bored young woman - until she manifested a natural ability to tranquilize everyone around her. After being subsequently recruited by two separate vigilante organization, she's since made up for her lack of excitement! Availability:
Tollbooth: having a passion for construction since childhood, Tollbooth gained a Masters degree in engineering from MIT - but found the 'real' world lacked a proper challenge. As such, he enlisted in the hopes of becoming GI Joe's combat engineer! Availability:
the Tomahawk: a versatile aircraft, the Tomahawk can serve the GI Joe team as either a rescue or assault helicopter depending on their needs, whether on land or at sea. Heavily armed and armored, the Tomahawk can take a beating and can dish one out, as well! Availability:
Tomax: a cutthroat financier, accomplished acrobat, and amoral mercenary, Tomax is only matched in his avarice by his brother, Xamot. Together, the twins bankroll much of Cobra's operations, and are the dual masters of its Crimson Guard! Availability:
Tommy Lightning: a troublemaker with a pronounced cockney accent, Tommy Lightning was deemed unfit to serve in the British military for some reason. As such, he jumped at the chance to become a super hero and defend his country directly! Availability:
Toocheetsch: formerly a Soviet farmer, Nikolai was forever changed after the White Event. Gaining the ability to control his body mass, he was quickly recruited by the Medusa Web, who put him to use in a plot to subvert the USSR itself! Availability:
Topside: infamous after a childhood spent raising prize pigs in Fort Wayne, John decided that he'd had enough, and joined the Navy in order to do ... anything else with his life. Somehow his stubborn and obstinate nature actually served him well, eventually landing him a spot on the Joe team! Topside comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Torch: violent and dim-witted, Torch has been an unrepentant discipline problem since birth. Too much for conventional motorcycle gangs to handle, Torch eventually wound up in Zartan's orbit, ultimately becoming one of that villain's Dreadnoks! Availability:
Toro: his parents being exposed to both asbestos and radium as youths, Thomas Raymond was born a mutant. He eventually developed powers like the Human Torch's, and the duo founded a crime-fighting partnership that lasted for years! Availability:
Torpedo: a strict vegetarian and obsessive perfectionist, Edward had mastered three martial arts forms before his nineteenth birthday. Parlaying his personality quirks into a successful military career, he became GI Joe's first Navy SEAL! Availability:
Tow-line: striving to protect the innocents of earth from the otherworldly threat of the Autobots' evil cousins, Tow-line works to assist humans in his 'down time', acting as a lowly tow truck (and thus helping Prowl in his own, law enforcement duties). Availability:
Tracker: a Navy S.E.A.L. who prides himself on his supreme self-reliance and survival skills, Christopher R. Groen is also one of the world's single greatest trackers (hence the code name). He's made himself at home in the Gi Joe team, as most of them have skills that rival his own! Tracker comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Trader: his mind, body, and soul rendered timeless by a profound love of commerce, the Trader has become an Elder of the Universe. While content to barter his way through life, he's occasionally snookered into his fellow Elders' schemes. Availability:
Trailbreaker: though he constantly berates his high fuel consumption, Trailbreaker is a valued Autobot. Whether you consider his tactical genius, his powerful force fields, or even his cheery demeanor, Trailbreaker's teammates would feel lost without him! Availability:
Matt Trakker: a millionaire industrialist and ceaseless philanthropist, Matt Trakker believed in paying the world back for his good fortunes working to save it. He was also the leader of the Mobile Armored Strike Kommand (or M.A.S.K.), regularly protecting the world from V.E.N.O.M.! Matt Trakker comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Transistorized Ted: melding magic with technology in order to bring the products of his imagination to life, Ted can readily be considered something of a mad scientist. He even founded the Electronicists' League, a club of technological outliers! Availability:
Transport Helicopters: being either heavily modified or directly based upon the Sikorsky S-64 Skycrane, Cobra's transport helicopters are the workhorse of their air force. Though only lightly armed, they can haul lots of things or people far - and on the cheap! Availability:
Jake Travest: an unrepentant killer, the mentally imbalanced Jake Travest was nonetheless assigned to be Jenny Swensen's assistant during her time with Codename: Spitfire. When she abruptly quit, Jake was chosen to pilot her armor in her place. Availability:
Tredecuplethink: psychic vigilante and humanist activist, Cecilia Baillargeon doesn't have the corner on Anthropist thinking, but is definitely an alternate voice to Alabaster Jackson-Jones'. Not that she finds his notions any less valid, mind you. Availability:
Treecko: thought by most to be part of a magnificent marketing ploy, Treecko is in fact a real life Pokémon, brought to earth by Elys to serve as her familiar. Unfortunately, this experience has seen Elys' worst personality traits wear off on him! Availability:
the Tri-blaster: this tinly little ride is essentially a go-kart with a humongous engine. Now, that engine doesn't make the tri-blaster ridiculously fast, so much as it powers the thing's namesake, it's tri-barreled laser cannon. It's small, efficient, and ultra-deadly to Cobra! the Tri-blaster comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Tridrones (Modron): the first variety of sentient modrons, tridrones are elite combatants. Capable of rapid assaults in any direction thanks to their curious anatomy, tridrones are particularly effective opponents for the enemies of law. Availability:
the Triple T: a powerful, yet small treaded vehicle that Sgt. Slaughter prefers to use in his personal war against Cobra, the Triple T (Tag Team Terminator) is more than a mere conveyance for the Sarge. It is armed with two side-mounted cannons and two high explosive anti-tank missiles - and can easily ram other vehicles! Comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Tripwire: one of the single most jittery human beings you're likely to meet, Tormod is seemingly a klutz. Of course, he's the Joe team's ultimate demolitions expert because explosives are the only thing on earth that can calm him down! Availability:
Trojan Robots: designed to root out the hidden bases of Cobra's various enemies, the intransigent GI Joe team in particular, a Trojan robot is an automated combatant with one purpose: to send Cobra a signal revealing the location of its enemies! Availability:
Troublemaker: a wise cracking punk, Troublemaker definitely lives up to his name. Blessed with quadruple jointed limbs, he has become a martial arts master, some he specifically devised to make use of his own body - which he uses for the Web! Availability:
Tunnel Rat: after being raised on the rather surly streets of Brooklyn back in the day, Nicky grew up to be tough, indomitable, and somewhat jaded. Always looking for a good challenge, he's more than ready to climb into nasty Cobra tunnels to ferret out the bad guys! Tunnel Rat comes in Classic and Saga styles!
Twilight: Lenore Fenzl was a retired Latin teacher who lived in a retirement home until the White Event turned her into a glowing, area effect energy leech. While afraid of her powers at first, Lenore ultimately used them to come into her own. Availability:
Twinkle This: incredibly old, Brigh is one of the few remaining original pixies. She's not inactive by any means though, for she remembers what the fae have done to her people - and works incessantly to get revenge by serving as a familiar to human mages. Availability: