Doctor Mexta has the benefits of a loyal fanbase, support from the cultural establishment, and high-quality production values. As a rule, the actors are enthusiastic, the plots clever, and the effects convincing. Doctor Mexta the character has the benefit of being able to travel anywhere in space.
- Dr. Mexta himself
- The Arch-Primarch of Planet X (a popular villain)
- Baron Gold (ditto).
- Dr. Blade. A human villain appearing in some recent versions. Blade's portrayal changes according to turian-human relations of the time.
- The Minister.
- Vex’iinan, the famous quarian villain originally featured in Doctor Mexta And The Thousand Year Cage. He started as a suave imperialist during the pre-Geth era, only to become a cackling agent of chaos following the Morning War. Modern interpretations of the character swing wildly; for a while he was an almost sympathetic extremist, trying to do what was best for his species at the highest cost, but after the geth attack on the Citadel, sympathy for quarians waned, and the character once again became a more serious nemesis to Mexta.
TV Series or Movies
- Dr. Mexta: The New Generation
- Dr. Mexta: The Headmasters
- What's Opera, Dr. Mexta?
- Dr. Mexta: Dancing Queen
- Dr. Mexta: Transformations
There may be a little Dr. Who involved here. Just a little.
Incidentally, a mexta is a type of turian sword.