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The Fleshkind were a humanoid species that lived on a planet in the Tornado Nebula.

Biology and technology[edit | edit source]

Fleshkind looked identical to humans but had evolved further to the point where they could shoot electrical charges from their hands to place others in a trance. They were also capable of creating life. (TV: Sky) Sky, an artificially created Fleshkind, had the ability to manipulate high levels of electricity. Her "mother", Miss Myers, also had some kind of electricity-based powers that allowed her to control the minds of humans. It is unclear if this was a natural or a learned ability of the Fleshkind. (TV: Sky)

History[edit | edit source]

The Fleshkind came from a binary planetary system at the eye of the Tornado Nebula. The other planet in the system was home to Metalkind, bio metalloid life-forms. Hundreds of years before the 21st century, the Fleshkind, to make slaves, mined ore from the Metalkind planet, which was, in reality, the Metalkind children. This started a war between the species which lasted for centuries.

By 2011, a Fleshkind called Miss Myers created a superweapon to obliterate the Metalkind. This weapon was a baby girl and Myers considered herself to be the child's mother. However before Miss Myers could put the weapon to use, she was taken by the Shopkeeper to Earth. Miss Myers followed to find that the child was being looked after by Sarah Jane Smith and called "Sky".

A Metalkind also came to Earth, triggering Sky to transform into a pre-teen and maximise her effectiveness as a bomb to wipe out the Metalkind species. When Sky felt she needed to fulfil her destiny, Clyde Langer and Rani Chandra drained the power from the power plant where Miss Myers was stationed just as the Metalkind were about to teleport to Sky. The child's genetic programming was destroyed and Miss Myers felt as if she had lost her daughter. The notorious Fleshkind was then taken back to the war by the Metalkind. (TV: Sky)

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