13 Facts About Ajak


Ajak is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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Ajak is a member of the Polar Eternals, a band of the near-immortal Eternals whose outpost lay within the Ural Mountains of Russia.

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Ajak's earliest known interactions with humanity occurred in Babylon around 2500 BC when he was among the Eternals who clashed with the Deviants and their leader, Warlord Kro.

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Around 1000 AD, Ajak interacted with the natives of South America in the region of Peru where he assumed the identity of the Incan god Tecumotzin and the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl as he used the Eternals' advanced knowledge to assist them.

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Ajak served as communicator and befriended the human archaeologist Dr Daniel Damian, revealing many of the secrets of the City of the Space Gods to him.

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Ajak was sealed with Doctor Damian behind the force barrier surrounding the site of the Fourth Host's arrival.

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Ajak eventually returned to the City of the Space Gods, but while he was away Damian's daughter Margo had been slain by the Deviants.

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Ajak chose to disintegrate himself, destroying Damian in the process.

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Ajak is subsequently killed in the confrontation with the Skrull God Kly'bn.

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Ajak then goes to Makkari's side and signals Sersi, telling her that it was Druig and his forces that killed Makkari.

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Ajak then continues to monitor the Dreaming Celestial while Ikaris and Druig's forces go to battle.

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Sometime during these events, Ajak helps the Eternals battle the Young Gods, who have returned from the Celestial's ship.

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Ajak possesses the standard Eternal abilities of cosmic energy manipulation and complete control of one's own cellular makeup.

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