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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Where do the Kree Eternals and Celestials fit into the Progenitors revelation in Royals?
Posted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 at 11:36:46 am EDT (Viewed 346 times)

Ok the recent revelations in Royals is that the Progenitors created the Kree with a terrigen substance called Primagen much like the Kree would later create the Inhumans on earth with Terrigen (and various other mutagents on other worlds). (The Kree created the Inhumans after they learned about Eternal biology when they vivisected an Earth Eternal named Arlok)

While I don't think it's ever been out right stated the Kree were evolved by the Celestials I've always assumed it was implied.

We know on earth the Celestials meddled with proto-humans and created humanity (with the genetic potential for mutation), the Eternals who never mutate and the Deviants who mutate every generation.

This pattern played out with the Skrulls on Skrullos as well. The Celestials created the normals (prime Skrulls?), the Deviants and the Eternals. Almost all of the normals and Eternals were wiped out by the Deviants except for Prime Skrull and Kly'bn. The Skrull Deviant branch appeared to fork in two as the Dire Wraiths ancestors were also Deviant Skrulls. (presumably some Normal Skrulls still have descendants...there are Skrulls with mutant powers which they shouldn't have as Deviants)

We know there have been Kree normals and Kree Eternals (Ultimus) on Hala. No word on the Kree Deviants. But we know there were Kree Eternals which imply the Celestials interference.

So how could there have been Kree Eternals if the Kree were created by the Progenitors and not the Celestials?

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