Skyfall knows he's different from his fellow Velocitronians. He's unengaged by their need for speed, and so he has taken up the role of a lone explorer, charting distant star systems in his ship, the Flash Frenzy. He knows he must be far older than most, if not all, of his peers, though he shows no sign of age. But most of all, he has the inescapable feeling that he's missing a clue to some lost, legendary past to which he deeply believes he was linked, a mystery that haunts him more than any other. Another of Skyfall's enigmas is his strange but helpful ability. When his life is threatened or when he's under stress, Skyfall involuntarily envelopes his body in an impenetrable force field. The universe must be looking out for him, or at least has mixed feelings about him, as it keeps drawing him into grand adventures for which he has no patience. Civil war? Unicron? Alternate universes? Thanks, but no thanks! Skyfall feels like he can only escape from one cosmic, galaxy-threatening annoyance just to find himself facing another! This dimension sucks! Skyfall bemoans his latest adventure, "Transcendent: Part 2"