Films: Timewalker (1982)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Good
Summary: They say that the beings of the stars had at least something to do with the wonders of ancient Egypt. Of course, most of that buzz comes from idiots who refuse to give credit for anything to African civilizations. Then again, a simple encounter is a nice thought.
History: Centuries ago, the Pharaoh Tutankhamen encountered an alien that had crash-landed to Earth. Believing that the being was a God, he made the unfortunate mistake of touching him, spreading a deadly fungus that killed him and his closest men. Both he and the alien were entombed close to one another soon afterward. In the modern day, the alien's tomb was discovered, and some strange crystals were plundered from his resting spot. But these crystals are key to a transportation device that will bring the alien home, and now the being, having been woken up by X-ray radiation overdose, is hellbent on getting them back.
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: After the alien gets the crystals back, he manages to get back to his home world, but not before bringing along a fatally injured man who had just saved his life. However, he leaves behind a crystal that infects a stupid man with the fungus.
Powers/Abilities: The fungus around him can contaminate and kill anyone who touches him.
Scariness Factor: 2-Granted, you need a hazmat suit to interact with this guy peacefully, but he's ultimately not malicious. He's just a lost alien looking for a way back home. His true form is also oddly adorable.
Trivia: -This film was also known as "Being From Another Planet" and "Pharoh".
-The idea that some of the Pharaohs were actually aliens is really just an overblown conspiracy theory. There's no dancing around that.