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|Species|| Human (formerly)|
|Occupation||Leader of Team Terror|
|Interests||Taking over the world|
|Allies|| Lord Nexus|
|Enemies|| Max Steel|
|First Appearance||Max Steel: Turbo-Charged|
|Last Appearance||Max Steel: Turbo Warriors|
|Voiced By||Mark Oliver|
Terrorax sets a trap for Max's Team Turbo. In a mysterious place, he and few other people captures Max and forces him to generate T.U.R.B.O. Energy to the point of unlocking a green version of the same energy. Upon seeing that, Terrorax states that they could generate their own synthesized version of the hero's T.U.R.B.O. Energy, named Terror Energy. A large explosion happens and Max is later discarded.
- Superhuman Strength: Since he generates Terror Energy, he is stronger and more agile than an average individual.
- Superhuman Durability: His armor is highly durable and he can endure physical pain for long periods.
- Terror Energy: An energy that originated from Max's T.U.R.B.O. Energy. The energy makes him stronger and more agile than an average individual. The energy is shown to be highly destructive and corrosive towards Max's green T.U.R.B.O. Energy, as it almost destroyed Max in few minutes.
- Axe: Terrorax can create a large and durable axe made out of Terror Energy that he constantly uses in the battles. The weapon was also used to charge his minions with his evil energy.
Terrorax's name comes from the word terror, which is a extreme fear.
As a human, Terrorax has a white spiky hair, brown eyes and usually appears wearing a black suit. He wears a mask with horns, a large simile, a triangle in the forehead and a black, purple and silver outfit.
As a mutant, he gains a large and muscular build. He has three horns protuding from his head, yellow eyes with black pupils surrounded by black circles and spiky teeths. He has three purple stones protuding from his shoulders and few spikes on his forearm surrounding a purple stone. He has large hands with four fingers rather than five. He has few spikes on his thighs, a purple hexagon on his knee and three toes. He also appears carrying a large axe made out of Terror Energy.
Terrorax is a cunning, menacing and dangerous villain who strictly obeys Nexus. He considers Terror Energy to be grandiose, marvelous and unstoppable, as it doesn't imposes any kind of limit to user, unlike Max's T.U.R.B.O. Energy. He considered himself a powerful man and stated that his energy made him even more powerful, which points out that he is narcissistic. He is shown to get easily shaken and unstable when his plans goes wrong,
- "You don't seem to grasp the boundless possibilities of the T.U.R.B.O. Energy generating, Maxwell. But I do." -Turbo Charged
- Terrorax could be the rebooted version of Psycho, Max's arch-nemesis in the old series. This is due to the fact that he has many similiarities with him, such as:
- Terrorax has a similar facial structure compared to Psycho's human mask. The demon-like mask that Terrorax uses is also similar to Psycho's metal face. The armor that he uses in the toy line also shows more similiarities with Psycho, mainly his face.
- The villain was responsible of making Max generate his new green T.U.R.B.O. Energy, while Psycho was responsible of giving the powers to Josh (Max's secret identity in the old series).
- Besides his design being inspired by Psycho, he has similiarities with Extroyer.
- Terrorax's appearence resembles Crota from Destiny franchise.
- Besides being voiced by Mark Oliver, Terrorax shows few similiarities with Dread, such as:
- Both are owners of famous companies. Dread is the owner of THI while Terrorax is the owner of Halifax, which is named after his secret identity.
- Both characters are millionaires.
- Both wanted Max's T.U.R.B.O. Energy, but for different purposes. They can also convert the same power into a negative and obscure energy.
- He is voiced by Mark Oliver, who also voiced Miles Dread, one of Max Steel's biggest enemies that haven't been seen since the events of Maximum Morphos.
- All of Terrorax's modes features purple, which is the opposite of green, the color of Max's new energy.
- He is the first villain to known about Max's secret identiy.