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Who's who in Cleopatra 2525, which episode(s) did they appear in.


An alcoholic drink.
("Flying Lessons")

An alcoholic drink.

A health drink made from water and soil from deep under ground. Fortifying and cleansing.


A drug. An aphrodisiac which acts like a resistance inhibitor; makes one falls in love, or rather "in lust", and impairs judgement.
("Flying Lessons")

An euphoric drug in gas form. A user is a "gas addict". A bad trip is called "vapor lock".
("Brain Drain")


A dance. Popular on a hidden ASE level. (It reminded Cleo of the Macarena.)

Tanning salon
Where you go to get some vitamine D, and a nice tan. Customers can rent (?) VR glasses.
("Baby Boom")


A group of people who live in a hidden environment on the bottom of a sea. Their ancestors seems to have fled the surface before the Bailey war. They were disgusted by how humans were destoying the environment.
They have been gen-engineered to both breath underwater and to tolerate the pressure at the sea bottom.
A group of Atlanteans tried to destroy the Undergound, using a pod power cell from a captured Bailey.
("Hel and High Water")

Originally created to be environmental control units. They must have had artificial intelligence, since they developed minds of their own and started a war against humanity. The Baileys must have decided that humans were the greates threat to the Earth's environment, and set out to get rid of the problem.
Baileys are intelligent bio-mechanoids - part organic, part machine.
They can morph forth weapons - six (eight?) blaster cannons - when they turn into an aggressive mode. They can shoot fire from their "eye" (like a large flame thrower). They can also send out small, armed drones to pursue their enemies if they seek cover in terrain inaccessible to Baileys, like a forest.
In "Home and Rescue" a Bailey was seen to morph forth a spiked "foot" which it used to try and squash Hel and Sarge.
Baileys can pick up/deposit people or Betrayers by using a matter transmitter beam (or something like that).
In the center of their bodies the Baileys contain a "pod", a power cell which also seems to have a (rudimentary at least) mind.

Clones created by the Baileys, used for infiltrating the Underground, for spying and sabotage. They are made from "polymorphic betrayer alloy".
The Betrayer clones are impossible to tell from humans when they are in their human form. In "home", Hel's team discovers that the newest Betrayers can simulate human tissue until wounded.
Betrayers can regenerate quickly from damage.
When a Betrayer has taken heavy damage it sometimes morphs into a silvery, metallic form. (organic metal? intelligent metal?)
Betrayers are programmed by the Baileys, and can't break or resist their programming.
The memories from the original humans are transferred to the Betrayer clone during the cloning process, which only takes minutes. Some Betrayers seem to have emotions, like their originals.
Betrayers can morph their fore arms into large blasters. In "Quest for Firepower" the Horst Betrayer clone also shots laser beams from it's eyes.
Newer Betrayer clones also have shields ("Brain Drain")
Betrayers have locator chips, and can send out distress signals or calls to other Betrayers.

The Black Watch
A gang of criminals who attacks levels and sectors.
("The Watch")

Said to have special powers, to be able to ease someone's emotional pain by sharing it.
("Brain Drain")

Derogatory name for surface dwellers. They believe the Baileys are benevolent alien emissaries who uplift the chosen ones to the mother planet, where they are enlightened.
The theory in the Underground as to why the Baileys tolerate the Dworks living on the surface, is that the Baileys need neural tissue from humans to create new Baileys. They "harvest" the Dworks for that use, and also for creating Betrayer clones.

Pale and sickly looking humans (?). Deep level dwellers. They have low tolerance for heat and light. They seem to be poor scavengers.
Some of them also work for Sluggo.
("Baby Boom")

Mutants from the lower levels who ventures up to harvest (human) specimens for genetic experiments.
("Flying Lessons")

Someone who've been cryogenically frozen, then "thawed". Some medical facilities uses cryo-frozen bodies as spare parts.
Some Thaws may get white patches of (dead) skin on their bodies from a flawed freezing process, or extensive use of cryo fluid.


The Food Wars
A war in the Underground in 2347. Dogs were extinct after that...

Psionic plane
A plane, or other dimension, of psionic energy.
After an accident, Hel's father gained the ability to enter this plane at will.
("Truth Be Told")



Megatronic Distributor
Used to generate forcefields.
("The Last Stand")

Shield generator
Generates a force field which protects from energy weapons. It doesn't seem to protect the wearer from low velocity attacks like kicks and punches, and webbing fired from a web launcher also penetrates it.
Newer Betrayer models have shields.
Hyper shields
: A more powerful shield type. (Mentioned in "Trial and Error".)


Healing tube
Can be used to run bio med scans on a "patient", and heal them of injuries (and diseases?), not even leaving scars. Has a containment field.


Bailey parasite
A genetically engineered organic data retrieval unit designed by the Baileys. It's designed to interface directly to the victim's nervous system, and it feeds on the victim's bio-energy. It is also designed to defend itself, so it may have a rudimentary
intelligence. The parasite leaves the victim when the victim is dead, and search for another. The parasite has a localizator which enables it to be found by Betrayers.
("Brain Drain")


Distortion bomb
A weapon which seems to distort sensory input and severely reduces one's ability to fight (or do anything at all).
("The Soldier Who Fell From Grace")

The standard, basic equipment for Hel's team. Different weapons and tools can be attached to the gauntlets, like a flashlight, a laser torch or a weblauncher. The gauntlets also have a mini computer with a 3D holo screen and a communications link, and a localizator.

Shields: The gauntlets have a built-in shield generator.
McGraw gauntlet:
An older model. (Jake Lawson used those when he once shot Sarge.)
Zondee defense gauntlet: The type/model of gauntlet that Hel has in "Quest for Firepower".

Nano thermite (?)
In "Trial and Error" Mauser injects Raina with a nano-thermite, a small bomb that can be made higly volatile if stimulated by the proper frequency.

Photon Phaser
An energy weapon. In "The Voice" Cleo gets a "low yield photon phaser", which is for defense only, for her gauntlets.

Miscellaneous tech

ASE level/sector
A level with an "Artificial Surface Environment". Extensive use of (hard-light?) holograms.

Crono-molecular scan
Can be used to disclose Betrayers, as it reveals the biological age of the subject.A tissue sample has to be taken from the subject for the scan.

Flash cloning
A secret Black Watch project. Copies a persons body and memories in seconds. The clones are short-lived.
("No Thanks for the Memories")

Guardian tag
Identifies someone as the guardian/parent of a minor child.
("Baby Boom")

Mnemonic Extractor
Extracts specific memories and converts them into holographic images.
Used on Sarge in "No Thanks for the Memories".

Mr. Pants
The robot dog Mauser made for Cleo. Named after her real dog in the 21st century.
("The Soldier Who Fell From Grace")

Nano thermite (?)
In "Trial and Error" Mauser injects Raina with a nano-thermite, a small bomb that can be made higly volatile if stimulated by the proper frequency.

Shaft gear
Gauntlets with web launchers. Leg rockets.

Shaft racers
A vehicle outlawed in the 23. century. Mauser used the shaft racer as a model when he built the team's "pod racer".
("Pod Whisperer")

Thought inhibitor
A helmet-like gadget used on Raina to disable her psionic powers.
("Mind Games", "Trial and Error")

Transplane generator
A device created by Dr. Lim to expand the powers of the mind. Creegan and Carter also worked on this device for Voice.
It opens a portal accessing the plane of psionic energy.
When used as a weapon it transfers (solid) matter to the psionic plane; it disappeares from our plane of existence.
("Out of Body", "Truth Be Told")

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Updated: 8. January 2004