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Not to be confused with Future Mordecai and Future Rigby.
|Home:||Evil Condo in Maui|
|Occupation:||Groundskeeper (formerly), Mr. Ross's second-in-command|
|Relatives:||Same as Present Mordecai|
|Voiced by:||J.G. Quintel|
|Appears in:||"Regular Show: The Movie"|
Future Mordecai's life was the same as Mordecai's, until he left the park after finding out that Future Rigby had ruined his chance to go to college and have a successful life. Because of this, he joined Mr. Ross' evil army of soldiers/cyborgs. He was then responsible for the death of his former best friend, after shooting him in order to make sure he didn't go back in time.
He was then part of the fight in his past high school. He and Mr. Ross fought and defeated his past self, Rigby, Skips, Benson, Muscle Man, Hi Five Ghost, and Pops. After Rigby revealed to Mordecai the truth about cheating him out of college, Future Mordecai felt sorry for him. When Mr. Ross was about to kill Mordecai, Future Mordecai saved him, killing him instead.
Before Future Mordecai dies, he tells Mordecai that even though what Rigby did was wrong, it was no excuse to join Mr. Ross. After Mordecai and Rigby kill Mr. Ross and become friends again, Future Mordecai and Future Rigby are erased from existence now that they won't end up as enemies.
Future Mordecai looks pretty much like Mordecai but with a few changes. He looks around 7-10 years older than the present Mordecai. He has spiky hair, somewhat a beard, black armor, a dark purple cape, and his most notable change is his left robotic arm.
- He shouldn't be confused with the Future Mordecai from "Mordecai and the Rigbys," as that future is now non-existent.
- He seems to be stronger than Muscle Man and Skips.
- He shares similarities with famous Marvel villain, the Winter Soldier.