|“||I'm vengeance, I'm destruction, I am... EXTROYER!||”|
|Alias|| Troy Winter|
|Species|| Human (formerly)|
Mutant (half human and Ultralink)
|Age|| 26 (Season 1 and 2 and Trilogy of Movies)|
28 (ongoing movies)
stealing, expanding his control over the criminal underworld
|Weapons|| Superhuman conditions|
Arsenal of weapons
Vin and Dwayne (few times)
Professor Mortum (temporarily)
|Enemies|| Max Steel|
Commander Forge Ferrus
|First Appearance||The Thrill of the Hunt|
|Last Appearance||The Final Countdown Part Two|
|Voiced By||Brian Drummond|
Extroyer, originally known as Troy Winter, is one of Max Steel's enemies introduced on Season 1. Unpredictable and volatile, Extroyer can absorb and recreate the traces of every animal that he touches. Extroyer is voiced by Brian Drummond and made its debut in The Thrill of the Hunt.
Not much is known about Troy's early life, with the exception of the fact that he shortly worked for Miles Dread prior to the events of The Thrill of the Hunt, hired to steal an Ultralink from N-Tek's hands.
When N-Tek was investigating an alien spacecraft, Troy was stalking them alongside with Vin and Dwayne. When the N-Tek agents were going back to N-Tek without Max Steel's help, Troy managed to take down the vehicles and ultimately stole the Ultralink Forge Ferrus' hands, even kicking him in the face while he was escaping. He later goes to his hideout and says he only would give 20% of the money to Vin and Dwayne, making them get mad. With a sincere tone, Troy said he always could renegotiate and sent his henchmen to a room where his black tiger was, later saying that he didn't ate in days. Shortly after, Jason Naught appeared with his assistant and inspected the Ultralink and realizes that it was incomplete. Because of that, Troy didn't gained the money and was forced to go to THI.
There, he invades the building with some Dread Naughts as reinforcements and goes to the top of the building to get the last piece that would make the Ultralink work. While he was reviewing what piece he was going to get, Molly McGrath suddenly appeared and tried to take him down, but Troy was a way too strong and easily surpassed her, managing to escape with the piece. Shortly after, Max appeared and went after Troy, but he only found Earth and Fire Elementor, acting as reinforcements to him escape.
Afterwards, on his hideout, Jason appears and completes the Ultralink with the piece. Because of its immense power, Troy realized that he should keep the Ultralink with him and betrays Jason and gets the money alongside with the Ultralink. He later opens the case and a hologram of Dread appears saying that he knew all the time that Troy would betray him and he would suffer the consequences, and then, the Ultralink exploded on him and mutated in Troy into the monstruous Extroyer.
As Troy, he was blond and had green eyes. He is a muscular man with almost the same stature as Forge. After his mutation, his appearance gets closer to a zombie.
He uses a black armor with grey traces and purple pieces. During the mutation, his skin was turned to gray and his eyes changed to purple, matching the crystals fused into his body. His lower jaw is now made out of purple crytals and the left side of his head has small crystals poking out, with a few cracks surrounding the area. On his chest, he has a damaged Ultralink which cannot be seen because he is covered with purple crystals alongside with the shoulders and arms, the last gaining a large hand with three sharp claws instead of having a normal hand. The only parts of his body that are not touched by the crystals are his legs and right arm.
When he transforms into a specific animal, his Ultralink usually expands the size of the animal and a remarkable characteristic is the large quantity of purple crystals, always predominantly seen on the left side of his body, specifically on the chest.
Troy Winter was extremely arrogant, ambitious and manacing as well being vengeful. His arrogance was demonstrated in The Thrill of the Hunt multiple times, trying to steal a dangerous and complex Ultralink and ultimately betrayed Jason in order to get all the power to himself. It was also seen in the same episode that he constantly refers to the nature, like when tricked Vin and Dwayne and said his tiger didn't ate in days, referring to the law of the jungle.
In the same episode, his greed for money grew, leading him get into very dangerous situations until he finally met Max Steel, who he later developed a strong hate because he interfered on his missions. Winter also showed a treacherous side, often when comes to his henchmen, which he treats in a unfair way, refusing to give them the 20% of the money and even giving them as food to his black tiger.
As Extroyer, his darker and vengeful side comes to the light during, as seen when in most of his appearances on the show, his goals are focused on revenge against Miles Dread and Max Steel. Extroyer also holds a serious grudge with Dread and blames him for his mutation. He also gets nervous when someone mentions Max Steel's name, as seen in Thanks, I Think.
- Superhuman Strength: Extroyer is considerably stronger than an average human since his human form, mainly because of his reflexes and athletic skills.
- Superhuman Durability: Extroyer can take massive blows from his enemies and return harmless to battle. He is also protected by an armor that is probably permanently fixed on his body.
- Superhuman Speed: He is a way more agile than an average person, as seen when he quickly fought against Molly and overpowered her ninja-like abilities.
- Superhuman Reflexes: In his human form, Troy easily surpassed Molly's skills and fough against her like if he was invincible.
- Shape-Shifting / Animal Mimicry: In his mutated form, Extroyer gets the ability of fusing and acquire different modes of living beings, aliens or even Max's modes by simply touching or looking at them. After "extroying" these animals, he is capable of transforming into them without having them around. Usually, Extroyer transforms into very dangerous animals and uses it for his own personal gain.
- Fighting Skills: Extroyer is shown to be proficient in facing someone in one-on-one. With his quick reflexes and expert swordmanship, he could easily surpass Molly's ninja-like abilities.
- Exo Armor: Extroyer is protected by a very resistant and flexible armor capable of enduring the mutation, being only damaged with some cracks where the Ultralink is located.
- Weapons Arsenal: Before becoming Extroyer, Troy constantly used hunting weapons, like sonic blasters, regular blasters, a electric saw, a hunting knife and others.
- Motorcycle: He rode on a black and purple motorcycle equipped with many weapons, like bombs, barbed chains and electric nets.
- Damaged Ultralink: Since Extroyer's Ultralink is damaged, he is highly unstable. In Scrambled, when Steel touched the Ultralink, it suffered more damaged and needed to recover with a power regulator to return to normal.
- Extroyer is also highly sensitive to shocks and explosions, especially when he is Extroying into something.
- "Hit'em hard and fast, boys." - The Thrill of the Hunt
- "And so the hunter becomes the hunted." - The Thrill of the Hunt
|The Gallery of Extroyer can be seen Here.|
- His appearance closely matches Extroyer's classic look, but he few notable differences because of the colors of his crystals, which are made out of T.U.R.B.O. Energy, while the classic one are made out of Morphosos.
- Similar to his classic counterpart, Extroyer has difficulty to transform into Max's modes since his T.U.R.B.O. Energy is capable of surpassing his energy, even though that he still managed to transform into Max's Turbo Strength Mode.
- It is seen in Driven that he can morph into an animal by Extroying the DNA samples he breaks.
- Extroyer is one of the few villains of the series that is fused with Ultralink technology without being one.
- As seen in Driven, his big hand is bigger than a human's head.
- Extroyer was taken to N-Tek Prison in Thanks, I Think, and escaped in Dredd Ascendant.
- Extroyer had his own theme song on Season 1 that played every time when he appeared.
- Most of Troy's weapons and vehicles were purple, grey and black, the signature colors of his armor.
- He has his own arch-enemy known as La Fiera, who has similar abilities and gear to him.
- He is the first villain to have its name featured in the title of an episode.
Characters introduced on Season 2 appears in green.