Terminator Typen Diese Terminatoren sind in Terminator: Genisys dabei
2 – Tag der Abrechnung, T2 3-D: Battle Across Time, Kurzfilm 3 – Rebellion der Maschinen, Aus diesem Grunde wird dieser Typ Terminator auch von Skynet als ein sogenannter "Infiltrator" eingesetzt. Als Mensch getarnt kann der T sich unter. Als Terminator (analog zu Hunter-Killer, in weiblicher Form mitunter auch als Terminatrix.
Seit begegnen uns in den Terminator-Filmen immer wieder die effektiven Tötungsmaschinen, die Skynet durch die Zeit schickt um in den. in einer fiktionalen Geschichte), mit ›Typen‹ (zum Beispiel: ›Mutter der Nation‹) Kombination aus Figur (z.B. Terminator), Typ (z.B. harter Kerl) und Darsteller. Der Typ wird durch einen Punkt vom Namen getrennt. K zei imale Län :: (Terminator) 61 (logical) oder 6 (aktuell) : (Terminator) 63 (logical).
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However, the Model activates a backup power source, frees himself, and blasts the T into a vat of molten steel with a grenade launcher to destroy it.
Leading up to these events in the second film, Cyberdyne recovers one forearm and the damaged CPU chip from the Terminator in and uses those components to radically advance its research and technology, leading eventually to the creation of the machine intelligence entity Skynet.
In Terminator 2 , John steals the items from Cyberdyne's research lab and later throws them into the vat to destroy them.
Because he cannot self-terminate, the Model has Sarah lower him into the steel in order to destroy his CPU as well and thus prevent his technology from being used to create Skynet.
The T-X is also designed to kill other Terminators. The T is powered by two hydrogen fuel cells, one of which it discards after being damaged by the T-X.
The T tells John that his efforts in the second film did not stop Judgment Day, but merely delayed it. Eventually, the T-X uses its nanites to take control of the T's autonomous functions, sending it to kill John and Kate.
Since the T's core consciousness is still intact and it just lacks physical control of its body, John is able to convince the T to shut down by reminding it of the conflict between its current actions and its programmed mission to ensure his and Kate's survival.
The T later reboots itself free from the T-X's control. As John and Kate retreat to a bunker to wait out the now-inevitable nuclear war, the Terminator is destroyed when it jams its remaining hydrogen fuel cell into the T-X's mouth, resulting in a massive detonation that destroys them both.
This T also is revealed to have played a very important role in John's previous future: he is the one who kills John in after being chosen due to John's emotional attachment to his model, based on the events of Terminator 2.
Later, the Terminator is captured, reprogrammed and sent to the past to make sure that young-adult John and Kate would survive the start of the war.
As a result of John's death in the future, he follows Kate's orders rather than John's, unlike the Terminator in the second film.
In the fourth film, the T has a small role, though once again as an antagonist. John holds his own with his advanced weaponry, but is unable to stop the Terminator until it is drenched in molten metal and then liquid nitrogen, freezing it temporarily.
As John begins planting hydrogen fuel cells, cyborg prototype Marcus Wright Sam Worthington arrives to stall the T, able to match its strength due to his own metal endoskeleton, but due to Marcus harbouring biological organs, specifically his human heart, the T is able to incapacitate him long enough to stab John through the abdomen from behind, wounding him.
Marcus retaliates by jamming the same metal bar through the T's neck and twisting it until its head rips off, destroying it instantly.
The hydrogen fuel cells are set off as John and Marcus escape, destroying the base and taking thousands of unfinished Ts with it. Terminator Genisys creates an alternate continuity that technically ignores the previous three sequels.
In the film, a T was reprogrammed by an unknown party from a point in time further in the future, and sent to to protect nine-year-old Sarah Connor Emilia Clarke from a T sent to kill her and her parents.
After her parents are killed, the T becomes her surrogate father and raises her to prepare for her future destiny. The T, which Sarah refers to as "Pops", has developed an unprecedented level of emotional development, to the extent that it keeps her childhood drawings and photographs.
In the film, it is speculated that the knowledge of who sent Pops back was deliberately erased from its memory so that Skynet Matt Smith could not track them down later.
Pops integrates into human society, and at one point obtains a job as a construction worker to build the headquarters for Cyberdyne Systems.
Throughout the film, it struggles with its physical limitations due to its increasing age, but it states several times that it is "Old, not obsolete.
Lot of leg wounds though. Later, in , they battle John Connor Jason Clarke , who has been transformed into a T tasked to ensure Skynet's rise.
After multiple confrontations, Pops attempts to sacrifice itself to destroy the T, telling Kyle Reese to "protect [his] Sarah".
However, during the battle, Pops is thrown into a vat of mimetic polyalloy before the T's defeat, and as a result gains shapeshifting abilities similar to the T, as well as repairing earlier damage such as its lost left arm.
Pops gives its approval of Sarah and Kyle's relationship. A youthful T, looking that the one in the first film, also appears, and is intercepted by the aging T and Sarah Connor after it arrives in the alternate Despite Sarah killing the younger cyborg with her high-caliber sniper rifle, the T reactivates and reprograms it to pursue Kyle Reese.
Kyle ultimately retrieves Sarah's sniper rifle and blows the young T's head off. The young Terminator's endoskeleton is dissolved in hydrochloric acid and its CPU is used to operate Sarah and the older Terminator's time machine.
The CPU is destroyed after the time machine's usage. With both the original T's and the T's remains destroyed in and the older Terminator's existence concealed, Cyberdyne Systems lacks the Skynet technology to work with for decades until John Connor is under Miles Dyson's Courtney B.
Vance employ and assists his son Danny Dyson Dayo Okeniyi in the development of the company's Genisys technology.
With its mission complete with no further orders, and with Skynet no longer existing, the T is left purposeless. In time, however, it became self-aware, realized that it is free from Skynet, assumed the name 'Carl', and exhibits behavioral developments similar to humans'.
Months after killing John, it made a choice of its own by rescuing a woman, Alicia, and her child, Mateo, from her abusive husband.
Carl becomes a father figure to Mateo, although his relationship with Alicia is not physical. Carl's role as a family man gave it some idea of what it had taken from Sarah when it murdered her son.
At some point, Carl established a draperies business in Laredo, Texas , where the family lives in a cabin.
Since John's death, Carl used its awareness of "chrono displacements" and sent Sarah text messages with the GPS coordinates of where and when various other time travelers such as Terminators would arrive in the past.
Carl's intention was to give Sarah a purpose by allowing her the chance to destroy the other Terminators, which Carl felt would give John's death some form of meaning.
In , Sarah is put in a position to help Danielle 'Dani' Ramos escape the Rev-9 , a new class of Terminator sent back in time by a Skynet-analogous A.
When Sarah confronts the Rev-9 as it attacks Dani, she also meets Grace, a cybernetically augmented soldier from the future who was sent back to protect Dani.
With the aid of GPS coordinates tattooed onto Grace, and Grace hacking into her phone to decrypt and confirm the co-ordinates are the same, Sarah is led to Carl's home.
Although Sarah hates Carl for the murder of her son, Dani convinces her that they need Carl's help to kill the Rev Sarah concedes, but she vows to kill Carl after they stop the Rev-9, and Carl says he understands her intention.
After a confrontation in a hydro-electric dam, the Rev-9 is defeated at the cost of Grace and the T's lives, Grace sacrificing her power source to use as an EMP against the Rev-9, with Carl giving his own life to set it off.
Its last words are "For John"- a message he always included in the texts he sent to Sarah. On August 21, , it was announced by developer NetherRealm Studios that a T would be added as a guest playable character in Mortal Kombat 11 , a 2.
The character is one of six characters in the game's Kombat Pack bundle of downloadable content, alongside fellow guest characters including Image Comics ' Spawn , and DC Comics ' Joker.
The Terminator is a formidable robotic assassin and soldier, designed by the military supercomputer Skynet for infiltration and combat duty, towards the ultimate goal of exterminating the Human Resistance.
It can speak naturally , copy the voices of others , read human handwriting , and even genuinely sweat , smell , and bleed.
However, it has no human emotions such as pity or fear unless learned through human contact and never stops until it fulfills its mission or is destroyed or shut down although it appears to be able to sense moments of urgency or danger, as it is depicted as raising its voice or widening its eyes in shock on several said occasions.
Later Terminators are outwardly indistinguishable from humans, but dogs become agitated and bark loudly in their presence; as a result, the human resistance uses the animals to detect Terminators.
In the first film, Kyle Reese explains that the T was designed to be an improvement over the earlier T units, which could be easily detected because their skin was made of rubber and not organic tissue.
Later models, such as the Guardian from Terminator Genisys or Carl from Terminator: Dark Fate , showed a greater capacity for emotion and physical aging.
The most notable science fiction characteristics are that of an expert system featuring strong AI functionality combined with machine learning , and the system can interpret arbitrary non-formalized tasks.
The other notable science fiction component is that of a power source which can last years. A trait persistent throughout the series is the faint red glow of the "eyes" when the cyborg is online or blue in the case of the T-X , which dim to nothing when a Terminator shuts down.
In all four movies, the lack of the glow has been used to show when one is out of action. A description from Kyle Reese from the film The Terminator states that:.
As seen in the movies, a Terminator can withstand standard normal 20th century firearms , crash through walls with little to no damage, and survive explosions to some degree.