- "I'd love to, but unfortunately Foundation Prime's location was wiped from my memory, along with all my important phone numbers and gluten free recipes. It's a real pain...."
- ―X-PO in LEGO Dimensions
X-PO Theme: Years: Appearances
X-PO is a character that appears in LEGO Dimensions and serves as the Adventure Worlds guide.
In the opening sequence to LEGO Dimensions, X-PO and Lord Vortech arrive in Foundation Prime. X-PO goes scanning for something, and finds the Foundation Element pedestals. Lord Vortech says out loud his scheme to use the Foundation Elements to warp all of space and time. X-PO tries to explain to Vortech that if he were to do that, all of the universe could be destroyed. Unamused with X-PO's exposition, Lord Vortech disassembles X-PO and sends him to Vorton.
Later in the game, Batman, Wyldstyle, and Gandalf see a few pieces fall of of the Vorton portal. These pieces form X-PO, who will from then on in the game give the player hints on how to deal with certain objects.
X-PO appears to be constructed with nine pieces, but only six different elements. The "arm" pieces are the same used for 2014 Hero Factory minifigures.
Video Game Appearances
- He is voiced by Joel McHale.
- Given his role in the game, X-PO's name could be a play on the word 'Exposition' meaning to reveal information on subjects encountered in narratives.
- X-PO can be built out of parts from the Gateway Portal. However, those who have the game that came with the Starter Pack are incompetent enough to order the approximate parts to build X-PO from the LEGO Store website's Pick-A-Brick category, not knowingly that the parts to build X-PO are right on the Gateway itself. This could mean that Wyldstyle "accidentally" built X-PO onto the Gateway Portal not long after it exploded. X-PO was banished to Vorton before Batman, Gandalf, and Wyldstyle arrived on Vorton for the first time, and they didn't even notice X-PO being in distress, until after the sixth level of the game was completed.