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*See Character Page Two for pictures and information about John Connor, Katherine Brewster, the T-X's victims and more.
The T-850 Terminator played by Arnold Schwarzenegger

This is the Terminator everyone knows and can always be counted on. It won't give up its not allowed to. In the film Arnold is a slightly more advanced terminator than his T-800 predecessors. He is a T-850 whose main difference is the two atomic fuel cells it has that allow it to have power for a much longer period of time than its predecessors. The T-850 appears to be the most creative and clever terminator ever though perhaps in part due to Katherine Brewsters reprogramming in the future before beign sent back.
The T-X played by Kristanna Loken

The T-X is an advanced terminator model, even more so than the T-1000 from Terminator 2. Its endoskeleton frame is small, it has the ability to verify human dna with its tongue, and carries its own built in advanced weapons unlike any terminator has thus far. The T-X can also morph its outer liquid metal shape to resemble anything it wishes much like the T-1000. Reprogramming machines including other terminators is another of the unique abilities this machine possesses. In addition to trying to kill John Connor and Katherine Brewster her secondary mission is to kill John Connors future war lietenants which we see her doing in the film.

*See Character Page Two for pictures and information about John Connor, Katherine Brewster, the T-X's victims and more.

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