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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
The '''Kernel''' is a [[program]] in command of the system's [[ICP]]s within the [[TRON 2.0]] storyline. Every system has a Kernel. Kernels believe in the [[user]]s, but have very low opinions of them.
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The '''Kernel''' is a [[program]] in command of the ENCOM, or red, [[ICP]]s within the [[TRON 2.0]] storyline. Every system has a Kernel. Kernels believe in the [[user]]s, but have very low opinions of them.
   
 
Kernels are known to be very strong and hard to defeat. For example, [[ENCOM]]'s Kernel easily defeated [[Thorne]], who was a user, an unusual feat seeing as users usually have a great advantage over programs.
 
Kernels are known to be very strong and hard to defeat. For example, [[ENCOM]]'s Kernel easily defeated [[Thorne]], who was a user, an unusual feat seeing as users usually have a great advantage over programs.
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Kernel has red circuitry, and a shell that makes him tall with a monstrous appearance. He always uses the [[identity disc]] for combat, and sometimes the [[Disc Primitive#Sequencer Disc|sequencer]]. Kernel is also very robust with more health than a [[Seeker]].
 
Kernel has red circuitry, and a shell that makes him tall with a monstrous appearance. He always uses the [[identity disc]] for combat, and sometimes the [[Disc Primitive#Sequencer Disc|sequencer]]. Kernel is also very robust with more health than a [[Seeker]].
   
His main base is the Kernel's tower, a heavily defended place where he can do what he wants in the system, and otherwise defends the system for the last stand. From there, he commands the ICP forces, but is not adverse to going into battle alongside his scripts.
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His main base is the Kernel's tower, a heavily defended place where he can do what he wants in the system, and otherwise defends the system for the last stand. From there, he commands the ENCOM ICP forces, but is not adverse to going into battle alongside his scripts.
   
 
==Events of TRON 2.0==
 
==Events of TRON 2.0==
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*The word, "kernel," is used in ''TRON 2.0'' as a pun on the military rank of colonel.
 
*The word, "kernel," is used in ''TRON 2.0'' as a pun on the military rank of colonel.
 
*Quoting Wikipedia: "In computing, the kernel is the central component of most computer operating systems; it is a bridge between applications and the actual data processing done at the hardware level."
 
*Quoting Wikipedia: "In computing, the kernel is the central component of most computer operating systems; it is a bridge between applications and the actual data processing done at the hardware level."
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Latest revision as of 22:16, April 20, 2013

Discs only, program!
Kernel2
Kernel
Biographical information
Derezzed Date2003
Physical description
Circuitry ColorRed
GenderMale
Other information
FunctionsOversees all security in ENCOM's network.
Commander of all ICPs.
EquipmentIdentity Disc
AlliesICPs
Kernel's Aide
Out of universe information
ActorDennis Bateman
AppearancesTRON 2.0
Gallery


OverviewEdit

The Kernel is a program in command of the ENCOM, or red, ICPs within the TRON 2.0 storyline. Every system has a Kernel. Kernels believe in the users, but have very low opinions of them.

Kernels are known to be very strong and hard to defeat. For example, ENCOM's Kernel easily defeated Thorne, who was a user, an unusual feat seeing as users usually have a great advantage over programs.

DescriptionEdit

Kernel has red circuitry, and a shell that makes him tall with a monstrous appearance. He always uses the identity disc for combat, and sometimes the sequencer. Kernel is also very robust with more health than a Seeker.

His main base is the Kernel's tower, a heavily defended place where he can do what he wants in the system, and otherwise defends the system for the last stand. From there, he commands the ENCOM ICP forces, but is not adverse to going into battle alongside his scripts.

Events of TRON 2.0Edit


When J. D. Thorne became a living, virulent computer virus, the Kernel became furious and frustrated with his soldiers' inability to combat the corruption. Unfortunately, this also led him to mistake Jet Bradley for the source of the virus. He interrogated the captured Jet, but disbelieved the answers the young user was giving, including dismissing Jet's insistence he was a user as "blasphemy" and threatening to torture him to death. He was about to execute Jet when Mercury intervened on Jet's behalf.

After Jet and Mercury escaped, eluding or destroying the ICP patrols sent after them, the infuriated Kernel decided he would stop at nothing to destroy Jet, even if Ma3a was de-rezzed in the process. By the time the ICPs reached Thorne's corrupted server, most of the ICPs had stopped viewing Jet as an enemy, but the Kernel wasn't persuaded. However, Thorne was the greater threat.

The Kernel caught up to Thorne and had defeated the corrupted user, injuring him to the brink of death. Alan tried to talk the Kernel out of killing Thorne outright, but the Kernel would hear nothing of it. Jet then faced the Kernel in single, disc-only combat to try and save Thorne and his father. The Kernel admitted Jet was a worthy opponent, but also said that he should have derezzed the young user when he had the chance. After a protracted battle, Jet's skill with the disc proved greater and the Kernel succumbed.

TriviaEdit

  • The word, "kernel," is used in TRON 2.0 as a pun on the military rank of colonel.
  • Quoting Wikipedia: "In computing, the kernel is the central component of most computer operating systems; it is a bridge between applications and the actual data processing done at the hardware level."

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