Time Travel?

If only living things can travel trough time, how does this one manage to do so without being covered by organic tissue like the T-800? Iaselar 17:13, 14 September 2008 (UTC)

It was covered in mimetic poly alloy that generates a synthetic "flesh field", thereby allowing it to pretend to be skin. Darth Raivon 18:57, 14 September 2008 (UTC)

Default Mission

I was just looking over the missions list, now it's been a while since I've watched this flick, but didn't the movie state that when "returning" to it's "default mission" as it had failed to acquire it's primary target (John Connor), it was resuming it's assassination mission of those on the list? --Terran Officer 08:44, February 3, 2010 (UTC)

It seems that probably every Terminator manufactured after a certain point will have a default mission (which is to kill John Connor), such as The Bedell Terminator. And some Terminators will receive another prior mission (which is not prior to kill John Connor), such as killing VIP for T-X or killing Martin Bedell for the Bedell Terminator. --TX55TALK 10:38, February 3, 2010 (UTC)

Well...this is kind of what I am saying, in the mission subsection it says her default mission was the endurance of Skynet's creation, when the movie (I could be wrong, been a bit since I saw it) seemed to suggest the T-X's "default" mission was to work on her list of assassinations, because she couldn't reach the primary target(s), which was John Connor, and Kate Brewster. Guess I just need to rewatch the movie and see what it was the T-800 said. --Terran Officer 02:16, February 8, 2010 (UTC)

human form

i kinda feel the units human form is based on Serena Burns its favorite of the series 950 infiltrators and the T-X may even have Serena burns mind from a successful time jump bringing skynet into rule. skynet would do this as it would know that the 950 would not be enough to defeat a battle hardened T-850 unit, so he gave her a more powerful body in the form of the T-X I950 unit. Unsigned comment by Guyver92 (talk • contribs).

It's a good theory, but it isn't true. The author commented in an interview (It was on Terminator Files) around the time that the last novel The Future War was released. In it they asked him if the T-X and Serena Burns were related. He said that they weren't, but he saw the similarities. Plus, in his storyline, Skynet was defeated in 2029. In T3 the TX was sent back from 2032. - Nx1701g (talk) 23:11, September 3, 2015 (UTC)