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universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
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  | home_world = Their home-world exist in an unknown galaxy, far beyond the Milky Way Galaxy. It was covered with lush vegetation and bears no signs of inteligence life or habitation.  
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  | home_world = Their home-world exists in an unknown galaxy, far beyond the Milky Way Galaxy. It is covered with lush vegetation and bears no signs of intelligence, life, or habitation.  
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| appearance = The Watchers are humanoid beings, that dress in the clothing resembling cloathing of ancient monks or priest.
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| appearance = The Watchers are humanoid beings who dress in clothing resembling that of ancient monks or priests.
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| distinguishing_features = Two eyes without irises, two hands both with five fingers with opposable thumb, two legs both with five toes skin color pink and either shaved or bald head, which were quite large in size.
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| distinguishing_features = Two eyes without irises; two hands, both of which have five fingers including an opposable thumb; two legs, both of which have five toes; pink skin color; and a large, bald head
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| technology = The Watchers possessed advanced technology existing billions of years before most other species. They used their advanced technology to create temporary dwellings which they disassemble after use. They also possess technology to observe alternate realities.
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| technology = The Watchers possess advanced technology existing billions of years before most other species. They used their advanced technology to create temporary dwellings which they disassemble after use. They also possess technology to observe alternate realities.
| government = Ruled under leader The One.
| government = Ruled under leader The One.
| debut = (Uatu) Fantastic Four #13 (1963); (as species) Strange Tales #53 (1964)  
| debut = (Uatu) Fantastic Four #13 (1963); (as species) Strange Tales #53 (1964)  
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specieshistory = The Watchers are a vastly powerful, ancient [[Glossary:E#extraterrestrial|extraterrestrial]] race who untold eons ago undertook the task of passively observing the phenomena of the universe. Their home-world is an unnamed world in an unknown solar system in another galaxy other than the Milky Way. This world was covered with lush vegetation and bears no signs of inteligence life or habitation. None of the Watchers live on their home-world anymore, having taken up permanent residence in other parts of the solar systems they have elected to quietly observe. If they are to break there vow of only queitly observing and they intervene with the species they are observing they are punished by the other observers with a temporary lose of their power. Only on rare occasions the Watchers convened on their home-world, they use their advanced technology to construct temporary dwellings which they disassemble after use. It is unknown if the planet the Watchers called their home-world is their planet of origin. If this was true, the age of the race would be relatively young in cosmic terms, a fraction of the lifespan of a single solar system still in the main sequence of its existence. Since the Watchers were scattered across the universe, it is impossible to correctly catalog how many of them existed.
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specieshistory = The Watchers are a vastly powerful, ancient [[Glossary:E#extraterrestrial|extraterrestrial]] race who untold eons ago undertook the task of passively observing the phenomena of the universe. Their home-world is an unnamed world in an unknown solar system in a galaxy other than the Milky Way. This world is covered with lush vegetation and bears no signs of intelligence life or habitation. None of the Watchers live on their home-world anymore, having taken up permanent residence in other parts of the solar systems which they have elected to quietly observe. Only on rare occasions have the Watchers reconvened on their home-world. They use their advanced technology to construct temporary dwellings which they disassemble after use. It is unknown if the planet the Watchers called their home-world is truly their planet of origin. If true, the age of the race would be relatively young in cosmic terms, a fraction of the lifespan of a single solar system still in the main sequence of its existence. Since the Watchers are scattered across the universe, it is impossible to determine how many of them exist.
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[[category:Cosmic]]

Current revision as of 01:07, 17 September 2009

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

First Appearance
(Uatu) Fantastic Four #13 (1963); (as species) Strange Tales #53 (1964)

Home World
Their home-world exists in an unknown galaxy, far beyond the Milky Way Galaxy. It is covered with lush vegetation and bears no signs of intelligence, life, or habitation.

Technology Level
The Watchers possess advanced technology existing billions of years before most other species. They used their advanced technology to create temporary dwellings which they disassemble after use. They also possess technology to observe alternate realities.

Government
Ruled under leader The One.

Physical Description
The Watchers are humanoid beings who dress in clothing resembling that of ancient monks or priests.


The Watchers are a vastly powerful, ancient extraterrestrial race who untold eons ago undertook the task of passively observing the phenomena of the universe. Their home-world is an unnamed world in an unknown solar system in a galaxy other than the Milky Way. This world is covered with lush vegetation and bears no signs of intelligence life or habitation. None of the Watchers live on their home-world anymore, having taken up permanent residence in other parts of the solar systems which they have elected to quietly observe. Only on rare occasions have the Watchers reconvened on their home-world. They use their advanced technology to construct temporary dwellings which they disassemble after use. It is unknown if the planet the Watchers called their home-world is truly their planet of origin. If true, the age of the race would be relatively young in cosmic terms, a fraction of the lifespan of a single solar system still in the main sequence of its existence. Since the Watchers are scattered across the universe, it is impossible to determine how many of them exist.