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Queen Marlena in the series also wears a gown and crown, but unlike her previous incarnation, offers counsel to her husband and goes on diplomatic missions around Eternia. She is also able to fight with a knife and blaster to defend herself as seen when she is stalked by Kobra Khan and Tung Lashor. Unlike her husband King Randor, she did not have a toy made of her until the Masters of the Universe Classics line in , which packaged her as both the royal queen and the space captain. In the 80s series, her greed was taken advantage of by Skeletor where she framed Stratos for a sabotage and got him banished from Avion.
When she stole the Egg of Avion, Skeletor double-crossed her and had Whiplash imprison her in a cage. After Skeletor was defeated and Stratos was cleared of all charges, Hawke was placed on punishment detail. In the series, Hawke is a warrior that is loyal to Stratos.
She later was present with the Avionian representatives who are members of King Randor's council. Hawke got an action figure in Masters of the Universe classics wave. When Delora got badly injured after recovering the Egg of Avion and the Emerald Staff of Avion from Skeletor, Stratos and Hawke used its powers which healed her and granted the Avionians the power of flight. Hawke was voiced by Kathleen Barr in the TV series.
Kittrina is a cat-like warrior who appeared in the s series and is a member of the Cat Folk race that lived in the Vine Jungle. Afterwards, Kittrina plans to improve the relationship between the humans and the Cat Folk after being infatuated by Battel Cat. Kittrina was voiced by Linda Gary in the s series.
First appearing the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, Slamurai is a heroic white-clad ninja from the planet Bashido and an enemy of Ninjor. John Spector is a former palace guard who eventually became known as The Mighty Spector , a time-traveling spy in a purple "vortex suit" and member of the Time Agents.
Reporting to King He-Man in the not-to-distant future, he travels around in a hovercraft he calls the "Spectormobile". Created exclusively for the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline. Sir Laser-Lot is a knight in an enchanted blue armor wielding a laser sword, shield, and mace.
He was the mightiest of King Grayskull's knights on Preternia. When working for King Miro, Dekker trained the palace guards and met Duncan who Dekker took on as an apprentice. He does occasionally help the Masters of the Universe in their fight against the forces of evil.
Dekker was created for the cartoon series and was eventually made into an action figure in the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline which revealed his full history. The action figure's swords are based upon the original Castle Grayskull playset's flag symbols and his shield is based upon the emblem on the Castle's Jawbridge. Reaching out through the Orb of Power that is hidden deep inside Castle Grayskull, He-Man and Teela who is the new Sorceress of Castle Grayskull used an unrepeatable spell to call upon the Powers of Grayskull and infuse life into the very walls of the castle itself.
Rising from the castle's hidden Chamber of Defense, Castle Grayskullman marched into battle swinging his dual swords of power where he helped to turn the tide. Lord Dactys voiced by Richard Newman in the series is the leader of the bat -like Speleans and an old friend of King Randor. The Speleans and the Caligars have been in a feud ever since they found their homes destroyed following the Great Unrest where they helped Miro.
He later gained an action figure in the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, with his name incorrectly spelled as Lord Dactus. Exclusive to the series, Ceratus voiced by Brian Dobson is the leader of the Caligars. He has issues with his younger brother Whiplash who betrayed their kind to Skeletor. At one point, Prince Adam mistook one of the Caligars as Whiplash which angered him.
The Caligars and the Speleans have been in a feud ever since they found their homes destroyed following the Great Unrest where they helped Miro. A Masters of the Universe Classics figure of Ceratus is due for release in Exclusive to the series, Chief Carnivus voiced by Paul Dobson is the lion-like warrior chief of the Qadians, a tribe of cat-people. The Kulatak Elder voiced by Campbell Lane in the first appearance, Michael Donovan in the second appearance is the elderly leader of the snow monster-like Kulataks which were at first thought to be mythical and is exclusive to the series.
He is shorter than most of his battle comrades with speed and agility as his main attributes. He did not have a toy made of him  until when he was included in the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline which revealed that his real name is Gayn. Lizard Man's bio states that he has dealt with discrimination due to his genetic connections to the Snake Men.
First appearing in the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, Plasmar is a warrior who saw his fellow warriors and his family slain by the Horde and the Snake Men during the Battle of Xarkoran. Absorbing the powers of the Gem of Tomadge, he gained the ability to gain plasma-blast energy.
He fought the Snake Men Warriors that he hunted down and even wore their hides. Plasmar was later found by his old friend Clamp Champ where he sided with He-Man. Sometime after King Grayskull's death, a Viking-like warrior from the north named Vikor was chosen by the Goddess of Castle Grayskull to help protect the Sword of He as Eternia awaits a true heir to be born. Vikor's legends will never be forgotten in the great archives of Eternia. He-Man has several allies who are independent of the Heroic Warriors.
Although they only occasionally assist He-Man and only when it suits their purposes , they are considered heroic characters nonetheless. Granamyr voiced by John Erwin is the oldest and wisest of the dragons of Darksmoke, an ancient dragon kingdom on Eternia.
Granamyr greatly distrusts humans after a great war between the dragons and humans centuries ago, but he strongly respects He-Man, who convinces him there is still some hope for humankind. Granamyr is one of the most powerful magic users on Eternia and apparently possesses such extraordinary power that even Skeletor dares not challenge him.
He did not have a toy made of him in the vintage era. As of December , he has now been included in the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline. Created for the cartoon series, the Faceless One voiced by Richard Newman is an ancient ruler of the former city of Zalesia, which now lies in ruins. But when his daughter was stolen from his kingdom by the Snake Men, his former compatriots turned their backs on him due to breaking their cardinal law against siring a family.
In return for the safety of his progeny King Hiss; leader of the Snake Men, would demand a means of awakening and controlling an ancient God Beast cast in the form of Snake Mountain from the timeless wizard. The fallen king would oblige but felt incredible guilt at the horror that followed after Serpos was unleashed upon Eternia. As punishment for betraying the world to the Snake Men, the other Elders cursed him with immortality and mystically imprisoned him within the boundaries of his devastated fiefdom, which had been annihilated in the snake deity's wake.
Thousands of years later, he often offers his help or implores the aid of He-Man to atone for past misdeeds, but can only exist outside Zalesia in an intangible ghost-like state. The mysterious child of the Faceless One is later revealed to be Evil-Lyn herself. An action figure of the Faceless One was released in as part of the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline where his bio was revealed.
Originally appearing in a comic book, Procrustus is an immortal giant with four arms who resides at the very centre of Eternia, holding the planet itself together with his mystical strength ever since Hordak tried to use the Spell of Separation to get to the Starseed within. A toy of Procrustus was released in as part of the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline. Strobo is a Cosmic Enforcer who appears in a comic book. He has a mirror built into his chest and possesses light-reflecting powers.
His design was based on a mixture of parts from existing characters- Sy-Klone's body, Zodac's head, and King Randor's cape. Lieutenant Andra is a prominent female character in the Star Comics. However, she did appear to have aligned with Faker in "Injustice vs. Masters of the Universe" comic series. Legend has it in the s series that King Miro disappeared for many years, held captive by the evil Enchantress. In the series, Miro was the Captain of the Guards that served the Elders where he had a part in the apprehension of Count Marzo.
King Miro has been married twice; his first wife was a member of the blue-skinned humanoid race known as Gar. She gave Miro his first-born son, a half-Gar named Keldor, Randor's half-brother. Keldor eventually became the evil Skeletor.
Unlike Orko himself, she did not have a toy made of her until the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline where she was packaged with Montork. Yukkers voiced by Alan Oppenheimer is the mischievous brother of Dree-Elle. Wears a trucker cap and sports a "Y" on the front of his garment. Montork voiced by Lou Scheimer is Orko's uncle from Trolla, who resembles Orko, but has a beard and glasses, No toy of Uncle Montork was ever made until the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline where he was packaged with Dree Elle.
His fellow Trollans, Snoob and Yukkers, did not have toys made of them either. He flies around on Shadow Master, an armored flying horse with the ability to blend into any shadow. Starchild voiced by Linda Gary is a beautiful young girl, apparently between six and seven years old. She has blonde hair and blue eyes, and she wears an outfit which resembles a red one-piece bathing suit with a yellow star.
She has incredible magical powers, which she describes as feelings. Said powers cause a glow to appear around those she loves; the Starchild can use this "glow" to defend herself from those who would exploit her abilities for selfish ends, as in the Filmation episode "The Starchild" when the Tree People and the Cave Dwellers wanted custody of her.
She also appears in the Larry DiTillio episode "Bargain with Evil", in which she combines her energy with that of another sorceress to open an inter-dimensional gateway. Melaktha voiced by Alan Oppenheimer is the royal archaeologist , a muscular, bearded, dark-skinned intellectual who was created by writer Larry DiTillio to add more racial diversity to the original cartoon.
He first appears in "House of Shokoti" parts 1 and 2. Melaktha has not been released as a toy. Scrollos is a mysterious character who served as the narrator of the UK comics, Scrollos also helped observe and protect Eternia from extraterrestrial threats much like the Marvel Comics character Uatu the Watcher.
He resides in a spaceship with a large crew of robots. Beast Man makes his debut in Mattel's illustrated books as a follower of Skeletor. As the toyline expanded, he stayed at Skeletor's side. Beast Man is a mandrill -like humanoid with orange and red fur, who can telepathically summon wild creatures of Eternia to aid Skeletor's schemes. The whip that accompanied the action figure rarely appeared in the s cartoon but was frequently used in the incarnation as Beast Man's way of controlling the animals he summoned to do his bidding.
In the series, Beast Man is far more ferocious and more of a threat to the heroes. He is a skilled fighter and often comes to the rescue of Skeletor and his fellow Evil Warriors, using his griffins as their most frequent means of transportation. In the live action movie, Beast Man was portrayed by Tony Carroll. Blade is a master swordsman and bounty hunter with an eyepatch and has a shenandoah but no hair. His swordsmanship can rival He-Man's. He appears in the movie, the mini-comics and the Marvel comics.
Originally Tri-Klops was going to appear in the movie instead. Like Tri-Klops, his toy is sometimes mistaken for a Heroic Warrior due to his human appearance. He agreed to help Skeletor at the right price. He was portrayed by Anthony De Longis in the live-action film. Blast-Attak is a robotic warrior built as a walking time bomb. After a set period of time, he will explode and cause immense damage before reforming, unharmed. He did not appear in the cartoon because it ended before his figure was released.
There is some debate over which faction he belongs to, as the Mattel style guide and the original toy packaging state that he is an Evil Warrior of Skeletor, whilst some comics depict him as a member of the Snake Men serving King Hiss. The Masters of the Universe Classics toyline designates him as a Snake Man when he was summoned to Eternia by Skeletor's light spell and stolen from him by the Snake Men.
Clawful is a giant anthropomorphic crab with claws similar to a fiddler crab. Whereas the figure has swarthy skin and its boots are dark blue, he has all red skin and yellow boots in the cartoon. In the series, Clawful is strong but has a childlike mentality and isn't very clever. Despite his constant blunders, it seems he is the only Master of Evil whom Evil-Lyn is fond of. In one episode, we encounter more members of his race who are more intelligent than Clawful.
They can communicate with each other via long distances using the clicking of their pincers as if it was morse code. Evil-Lyn is a malevolent sorceress, whose powers seem to be second only to Skeletor's. Exceptionally cunning, she's merely in Skeletor's ranks to suit her own ends. In the original series, she was not reliant on wands and other objects to generate her magic, although she has used such artifacts as the Shaping Staff to supplement her spectacular innate powers on a few occasions.
She evinced shades of goodness in one or two episodes, such as 'The Witch and the Warrior', but her nature is essentially fiendish. There was nothing romantic in her relationship with Skeletor in the original Filmation series, unlike subsequent versions. Although her primary affiliation was with Skeletor, she would also venture out on her own and assist other dark lords such as Dark-Dream and Gorgon on occasion.
She seemed to be the only one of Skeletor's evil warriors with the courage to raise her voice at him and chastise him. The original figure has yellow skin, although she is depicted in both animated series as having a pallid caucasian flesh tone. In "The Witch and the Warrior," she removes her helmet for the only time in the series because of extreme heat, and has closely cut white hair.
In an earlier episode she appeared to the Widgets as a blonde, but she was specifically using a magic spell to alter her appearance, even though she wore her usual clothing. In the series, much more of Evil-Lyn's background is revealed, including the fact that her father, known as The Faceless One, is a powerful sorcerer who despairs of his daughter's choice to follow Skeletor.
Although Evil-Lyn is shown to have her own agenda, she still maintains some loyalty to her bloodline "The things I do for family", she mutters as she rescues the Ram's Stone from the abyss. Her first meeting with Keldor shows her as a young woman with collar-length white hair who is physically attracted to the man who would become Skeletor "I like what I see," she purrs at Keldor. Later in the series, her hair is shown to be close cropped.
This version of Evil-Lyn relied heavily on her magical staff to cast her spells. Without it, her powers were significantly diminished. In the live action movie, she is portrayed by Meg Foster. These Meteorbs are renegade members of the Rock People who can transform from meteors to animal forms. They are portrayed as pets rather than equal members of the Evil Warriors. Faker is an evil duplicate of He-Man, created by Skeletor. In one annual, he is a deformed clone.
However, in his sole appearance in the cartoon, Faker is a magical creation, identical to He-Man apart from glowing eyes and odd intonation. Faker was voiced by John Erwin in the s series. Jitsu appeared only once as a supporting character in "The Dragon Invasion" episode in The character's name in the script is Chopper, although he is not named on-screen.
His role in this episode is to accompany Skeletor in an invasion of Castle Grayskull. He has only one line and aside from a brief display of his karate-chopping abilities, has no character development. The character was not used in the franchise relaunch, though was included in Series 6 of NECA's Masters of the Universe mini-statue line, and came with a pack-in figurine of Odiphus, which had originally been planned for release in Other variations with Jitsu from his animated and figure counterparts — the figure has a full goatee beard but, in the cartoon, he only has a Fu Manchu moustache and, whereas the figure has very brown skin, he is a bit whiter in the cartoon his boots are even not black in the cartoon unlike those of the figure.
Also, the Samurai sword that came with the figure was not included with the character in the cartoon. Jitsu was voiced by Lou Scheimer in the s cartoon. Mer-Man is a fish-man who controls sea life, often depicted as the ruler of Eternia's undersea kingdom.
The original action figure had unpainted gloves and boots, unlike the cartoon. The sword he used in the cartoon is different to the "fishbone" sword that the figure came with. Originally, Mer-Man was slated to appear the live-action movie, but Mattel would not allow the filmmakers to kill off a character they had created. So, the filmmakers had to create Saurod. In the action figure and Matty Collector action figure Mer-Man comes with a sword and a trident.
In the Masters of the Universe Classics storyline, Mer-Man ruled the undersea realms of Eternia until his kingdom was destroyed by rival ocean clans causing him to side with Skeletor. In Masters of the Universe: Revelation , Mer-Man and his fellow Aquatican warriors attacked Teela's group during their quest to restore Eternia's magic. He was shown to have a closed right eye with a scar over it.
Mer-Man voiced his disdain that Evil-Lyn didn't bother to conquer Eternia while leaving the oceans to him. With help from Man-At-Arms, Teela's group defeated Mer-Man and his warriors where he was intimidated to let them pass.
Night Stalker appears only in original mini-books. Some versions depict it as Jitsu's evil robotic steed while other versions describe it as the "reincarnation" of the heroic Stridor. The original toyline paired the robot horse with Jitsu, making the duo the evil counterparts of Stridor and Fisto.
Ninjor is a ninja warrior who works for Skeletor. He was never featured in the cartoon because his figure was released after it ended. In the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline where he was also called "Ninja Warrior," Ninjor came from another world when he was summoned by Skeletor to help defeat the Heroic Warriors until there was nobody else to help He-Man.
What Skeletor doesn't know is that Ninjor secretly works for Horde Prime in order to find Skeletor's weak points and how to exploit them. Ninjor was mentioned in Slamurai's bio where he is an enemy of Slamurai. Saurod is vaporized by Skeletor as penalty for the group's failure. He does not speak in the movie and his name is pronounced by Evil-Lyn as "Saraad" rather than 'Saw-rod".
His action figure has been the source of controversy with claims that it should not be given to a very young child because the sparks that come out of his mouth are a potential fire hazard. Saurod also tried to steal the Cosmic Key from Gwildor to go back in time to prevent the dilution of his species.
Saurod was performed by Pons Maar in the live-action film. Scare Glow is a skeleton ghost warrior, who seems to have a solid but translucent body, and whose bones emit a strong glow which can intimidate even the bravest opponents. He wears a long purple cape, and there is a small crack on the forehead of his cranium. Scare Glow was introduced into the toy line in He is sent out with Ninjor on a mission to attack the Heroic Warriors with the power of his glow.
He uses the glow to overpower Prince Adam , evoking in him so much fear that he is even too scared to change into He-Man. However, he is ousted from Adam's path by Clamp Champ , giving Adam the time to change into He-Man and subsequently defeat him. Due to the fact that Scare Glow was never featured in the original Filmation cartoon, the action figure was released in the last series of the original toy line in As a result, due in part to the figures mysterious origin, it has become one of the most sought after and hardest to find figures by fans.
Scare Glow was one of the last figures released. As fewer figures were selling by this late stage, less were produced, making it rarer as a result. The last version issued with the glow in the dark Halberd accessory versus the more common Halberd made of non-glowing green plastic is the rarest and hardest-to-find version of this figure.
Because he is one of the last figures to be released in Mattel's toy line, Scare Glow never appeared in the accompanying cartoon series , which had been discontinued by this time, and his appearances throughout all media are minimal. Another story that majorly features him is "Enter the Ninjor" in issue 11 of the UK Adventure Magazine, which gives him an origin as a being of pure light energy, created by Skeletor in his own image.
Invisible in the light, but not in the dark, he is sent out with Ninjor to mount a series of silent, unseen attacks on He-Man and Fisto as they explore Viper Tower. His origin as a magical creation of Skeletor is taken from a promotional card provided by Mattel to the publishers of various story media. A similar story of Scare Glow coming from another dimension summoned by Skeletor is told in an issue of Marvel's Star Comics, Masters of the Universe series.
Although he is not featured in the relaunch of the Masters of the Universe franchise, Scare Glow is used in the comic series from MV Creations. The story features Scare Glow as a character from another dimension who is summoned by Skeletor to use his powers against the Masters. In death, his spirit was cursed and banished to the dimension of Infinita until a magical spell of light cast by Skeletor freed him.
While being provided with a scythe, Nul became Scare Glow and allied with Skeletor. Screeech is a barbaric bird that spies for Skeletor. In the cartoon, Screeech is robotic. It is replaced by a bird-like levitating device called a Doomseeker in the series which is used by Tri-Klops to increase the range of his vision-powers and spy on the Heroic Warriors. Skeletor is the main antagonist of He-Man. A later Mattel minicomic implies that he was once Keldor, brother of King Randor , which was in fact intended.
The series and related materials confirm that Skeletor was once a blue-skinned man named Keldor, though the series itself established no familial connection prior to its cancellation, his connection to Randor was heavily implied. The later DVD releases of the series featured bios, confirming ultimately that the shows' creators conceived of Keldor as Randor's half-brother. The only main difference between Skeletor in the cartoon and on the figure is there is no green on his face in the cartoon, nor red glow in his eyes, unlike that of the figure.
The original Skeletor figures wore boots designed for clawed feet. This feature was omitted in Skeletor and a number of other evil warriors in the Filmation series. Later, he was depicted with ordinary human feet with long, pointed claws on them. In the s live-action movie, Skeletor is portrayed by Frank Langella. Panthor is Skeletor's evil feline companion, a giant purple panther creature called a Dilynx who serves as an evil counterpart to Battle Cat. In the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, Panthor was a cub by the time an exiled Keldor found him and Panthor had remained loyal to Keldor ever since.
Spikor is a humanoid covered in spikes, and he has a trident for a left arm. Spikor was not featured prominently in the cartoon because his figure was released when the cartoon was drawing to a close and in the cartoon, did not use the club that came with the figure.
In the cartoon, Spikor had normal arms in some episodes and the trident for his left arm in other episodes. In the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, Spikor was originally a blacksmith from Nordling named Kleffton who was fused with an enchanted suit of armor and a mystical trident when he tried to steal a sacred scroll from Nordling's high priests.
After being banished, Kleffton was found by Skeletor who used his blacksmith skills to forge weapons. Stinkor is an anthropomorphic skunk with magical control over his own stench. In the version, Stinkor was once a Pelezean named Odiphus who romanticized the lives of outlaws. The Sorceress tells that, in the time of the Great Unrest, Odiphus betrayed his people to Prahvus in the hopes of being accepted into the evil warlord's gang.
Upon the warlord's defeat by the Sorceress, Odiphus was captured and about to be executed. The Sorceress intervened and Odiphus' life was spared, although he was exiled and retains a grudge against his people.
His first appearance is in the Eternian prison, gleeful over Kobra Khan's escape, although he is not named at that time. Through serendipity, an explosion he caused while meddling in Tri-Klops' lab fulfilled his dream of joining Skeletor's organization. The resulting mutations caused the furry creature to gain height, muscle, and the ability to speak in a humanoid manner.
His stench is so awful even to himself, but especially to Eternia's dragons that a special armored suit was created for him to keep the smell as under control as possible. Some stink still escapes the suit, causing Skeletor and the other evil warriors to cover their noses and to treat Stinkor politely in order to get him out of the room as efficiently as possible. Stinkor was voted No. Trap Jaw is a weapons expert and cyborg with a metal jaw, which can bite through anything.
While Skeletor attempts to weaken the Castle's defenses, Trap Jaw, who is being pursued by authorities, slams into Skeletor and knocks him back through the dimensional portal to Eternia. Back on Eternia, Trap Jaw emerges from the Castle connected to its power by a magical cord. Both He-Man and Skeletor attempt to defeat Trap Jaw, but eventually realize that they must join their halves of the power sword to be strong enough to sever the magical cord connecting Trap Jaw to the Castle.
The comic ends with Skeletor carrying the unconscious Trap Jaw back to Snake Mountain where he will become one of his minions. Trap Jaw's origin is very different in the franchise. Originally a minion of Keldor's named Kronis, he became dissatisfied with his lords new regime when Keldor had been disfigured then remade after they're failed usurpation of the Council of Elders by his Evil Horde.
Falling out of favor because of this the warmonger was then cast out into the wastes of their domain but would vow revenge on his ex-liege. Doing so by gathering all the brigand factions situated within the Dark Hemisphere to lead a raid upon Snake Mountain. An assault which ended in disaster as Keldor; now going by the moniker of Skeletor had become more powerful than ever, easily decimating Kronis' army.
The latter of which being left hideously maimed during the fatal bout with his former lord, being brought back into Skeletor's services as a mocking gesture. The overlord having his body rebuilt into a cybernetic augment by replacing his damaged humanoid right arm and lower jaw with mechanical parts off screen.
Now going by the name Trap Jaw, the evil warrior would patiently serve for another chance at taking out his hated master. Later, the cartoon demonstrates that the more metal he eats the stronger he becomes, and one episode focuses on a quest to eat the strongest chemical element in Eternia called Eternium which was forged and guarded by a group of subterranean dwellers called the Kulatuks.
He is defeated by getting tricked into eating a special alloy named Deterninum that weakens him. Both cartoon series depict Trap Jaw as bold but coarse. In the s cartoon, his helmet, mantrap mouth, robotic arm and legs are cerise but his robotic arm and legs were black on the original figure; the figure's helmet and mantrap mouth are recolored purplish red. Whereas he had loads of arm attachments in the cartoon again, most were colored cerise in the cartoon , the figure only came with three claw, gun and hook [these were also black].
His belt did not have the skull and crossbones Jolly Roger in the cartoon; this was only on the figure's belt. The figure had yellow eyes whereas he had normal eyes in the cartoon. Trap Jaw will appear in the upcoming live-action He-Man movie.
Tri-Klops is an interdimensional bounty hunter and swordsman who can see in any direction. He is also able to see in the dark and over long distances with his Night-vision and Dista-vision eyes. Tri-Klops wears the "Gammavision" ever since he was blinded in an accident. In both the and cartoons, his eyes can also shoot energy bolts, although this is not commonly used in other material. A well-known classic villain of the MOTU line, Tri-Klops was one of Skeletor's chief henchmen, stoic and obedient, and was frequently featured in the Filmation cartoon.
The version depicts him as Skeletor 's irritable inventor, with some cybernetic features to his appearance. According to the book Mastering the Universe "Tri-Klops was a good guy" p. Tri-Klops appeared to be enjoying himself, until his vehicle was shot down by Man-At-Arms and the Royal Guard who arrived to join the battle flying on their Sky-Sleds. Some time later after magic had all but left Eternia and Skeletor and He-Man were thought to be dead, Tri-Klops took advantage of the situation by condemning magic altogether and became a leader in the cult of Motherboard.
Ironically, Tri-Klops used one of the few remaining magic items left on the planet to perform the ritual miracles of Motherboard. During this ceremony, Tri-Klops would catch electronic looking water that sprang from a large altar inside Snake Mountain in a magic goblet and force his followers to drink it. By doing so, they would instantly transform into cyborgs, with various limbs being replaced by mechanical weapons.
Twistoid is a robotic minion of Skeletor. Skeletor stole the blueprints for the machine Man-At-Arms used to create Rotar and used the machine to create Twistoid. He and Rotar are rivals. Twistoid did not appear in the cartoon because it ceased production before his figure's debut. In the Masters of the Universe Classics storyline, Twistoid was depicted as a purely robotic energy robot.
Two Bad is an Evil Warrior strategist with two heads that constantly argue among themselves. The early figures had a more fully rounded back on the torso, but then the figures were released with more of a flattened back. He was never featured prominently in the s cartoon because it was drawing to a close by the time his figure was released. However, his only prominent appearance in the s cartoon was "Capture the Comet Keeper". This is because he was the replacement character in the episode working for Skeletor at Snake Mountain for Beast Man and Trap Jaw, who were going to feature in the episode, but Robert Lamb asked Arthur Nadel to replace them with Two Bad to make Mattel's newest figure releases more prominent in the cartoon.
The shield included with the figure did not appear in the cartoon. In the version, they were originally two rival bounty hunters named Tuvar and Baddhra who bickered constantly. They were both highly recommended to Skeletor by Whiplash. Tuvar and Baddhra were magically fused into one being by Skeletor after they failed to work together in destroying He-Man.
Both sides blamed each other for their predicament. Two Bad becomes one or two of Skeletor's Evil Warriors and appears throughout the remainder of the series among Skeletor's henchmen. At one point, they tried to find a spell of separation from a man that Stinkor knew which was not the type of separation that they were hoping for as that spell nearly separated Eternia.
In the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, the spell that was used on them by Skeletor was an unrepeatable spell. Whiplash is an alligator -like creature whose tail is a formidable weapon. He is one of Skeletors' Evil Warriors. He did not have the toy's spear in the cartoon this only came with the figure and, like Mer-Man and Tri-Klops, the character was initially planned to be a Heroic Warrior.
In the cartoon, he is the younger brother of King Ceratus and betrayed his kind when he sided with Skeletor. This series revealed that he and King Ceratus are Caligars. Whiplash was voiced by John Erwin in the s series and Garry Chalk in the series. Webstor is a blue-skinned creature with the abilities of a spider. A two-bit thief who resembles a goblin with a grappling hook in the s series.
In the s cartoon, he never used the rifle included with the figure. In the version, he is an Arachna, a spider-like race that are enemies of the Andreenids. He can spin webs, has spider-like legs sprouting from his back, and multiple eyes to make him more spider-like in this show. Webstor initially serves as part of Skeletor's Council of Evil, and is the only one not to abandon him. Webstor is beaten to near-death in his own lair by the Snake Men in "Web of Evil" so they may steal his ambrosia-enriched eggs.
The Masters find his defeated body on the ground. Webstor was voiced by John Erwin in the s series and Brian Dobson in the series. The Mutant Warrior was the only all-new toy-made character from the toyline until the appearance of the King Grayskull figure. It is a skeleton monster, with a hollow chest which can be filled with slime. It was included with the Mutant Slime Pit playset. Exclusive to the Classics toyline, Gygor is a super-strong gorilla -like creature with yellow fur and green skin who is the Lord of the Vine Jungle.
Gygor led an army of Beast Men in a series of raids against the long forgotten Castle Grayskull, believing the many tales of its great and mysterious power. It was only through the combined powers of Oo-Larr and the Goddess that Gygor was defeated and placed in a state of suspended animation. Eventually, Hordak returned to Eternia and Gygor was freed by Evil-Lyn in her attempt to bolster Skeletor's forces against the new Horde army. Originating in the Filmation cartoon, Icer is Skeletor's northern agent who can freeze someone and dissolve into water to get under tight spots.
His only cartoon appearance involved him raiding an arctic base to steal an invention that was guarded there. Icer does not like heat. Icer did not have a toy made of him until the collector-centric Masters of the Universe Classics series. Icer was voiced by John Erwin in the s series.
He has power to control dragon-like creatures called Dragosaurs. He was left back in time with Tri-Klops and was never seen in another episode again, yet Tri-klops was. Some sources state that he is a Snake Man known as Fang-Shu. He is possibly the prototype of Kobra Khan of the Snake Men, who was released as a figure as he can squirt mist from his mouth.
He did not have a toy made of him until the Collector-centric Masters of the Universe Classics series which stated that he was evolved from an ancient Dragosaur species and confirmed that Fang Man was left in the past. The bio for that toy also states that Fang Man resides with his ancestors on Dragosaur Isle awaiting the return of Skeletor. Fang Man was voiced by Lou Scheimer in the s series. Originating in the Filmation cartoon, Batros is an anthropomorphic bat who resides on the dark side of Eternia.
He has helped Skeletor out, although he is generally an independent villain and will not officially ally himself with any evil team. He did not have a toy made of him, until the Masters of the Universe Classics line. The symbol over his chest straps strongly resembles the Horde's red bat-winged insignia.
That and the fact that an origin episode for the Sorceress featuring 3 aliens wearing Horde uniforms and flying in Horde ships leads many to assume that he may have been one of several teasers for the upcoming She-Ra: Princess of Power series. Batros was voiced by Lou Scheimer in the s series. Originating in the Filmation cartoon, Strongarm is a cyborg with a long metal right arm with strength that can rival He-Man's. He only appeared in "She Demon of Phantos.
Strongarm did not have a toy made of him until the Collector-centric Masters of the Universe Classics series where he was referred to as "Strong-Or. After being banished from Phantos by Queen Elmora for the photanium thefts where he used some of them to build a new face and right arm, he sided with Skeletor.
Strongarm was voiced by John Erwin in the s series. A fire-breathing dragon man with flame weapons, Draego-Man is one of Skeletor's newest Evil Warriors. After being shunned by Granamyr, Draego-Man sided with the people of Eternia. After the Truce of the Three Towers, Draego-Man became so disgusted with the humans that he chose to isolate himself within the Caverns of Rakash. Many millenniums later, Draego-Man came out of hiding where he sided with Skeletor in his plot to enslave the dragons and use them in the Evil Warriors' attack on the Royal Palace of Eternia.
Like most of his species, Klacky was captured by the rulers of the Vine Jungle and simply called "Goat Man" by his beastly masters. Eventually, he found himself in the service of Beast Man and was forced to serve in the Second Ultimate Battle. Here, he was severely wounded by Buzz-Off and left at the foot of Central Tower.
Crawling inside, Goat Man fell into a time portal and was transported to the future arriving on Eternia when King He-Man ruled the land and his son Dare wielded the Power Sword. Forced to serve an aging Beast Man in this new time, Goat Man is forever following whatever evil orders he is given.
Also known as Robot Knights , Skeletor used dozens of these floating mechanical minions to bolster his Evil Warriors. Their claw-like hands could spin like saw blades, but they were no match for the might of He-Man. Created for the Filmation cartoon, a set of three Hover Robots action figures were released in as part of the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline.
Karg portrayed by Robert Towers is a half-human, half-bat minion of Skeletor with a hook for a left hand. Karg commands Skeletor's Robot Centurions. He appeared in the live-action movie in a role that was originally intended for Trap Jaw. Karg gained an action figure in as part of the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline. In addition, Karg also works as a bounty hunter and has developed a liking for Lieutenant Andra of the Eternian Royal Guard.
The Snake Men are another evil faction, who sought to conquer Eternia in its ancient past, and after centuries of imprisonment are brought to the present with a vengeance. First appearing in the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, Fang-Or is a vicious Snake Man who can regrow his fangs after launching them like knives in battle. King Hiss was defeated by Hordak and his minions in the times of King Grayskull. In the unproduced Episode 40 of the series, his name is spelled "King Hsss.
King Hiss was voiced by Brian Dobson in the series. He appears as one of Skeletor's Evil Warriors in the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe animated series, in which he sprays a sleeping gas, and on one occasion, is shown to have stretchable arms similar to the Sssqueeze character. In the series, the gas came from vents in his hood, which he kept down any time he was not using this ability. The action figure and minicomics portrayed the character spraying this gas from his mouth.
The toy had a mechanism that converted water to vapor similar to many kinds of spray bottles. In the animated series, he instead sprays acid. The cunning and silver-tongued Kobra Khan is fanatically devoted to King Hiss at the expense of loyalty to his erstwhile allies, earning him resentment. He freed General Rattlor in his first attempt to release his monarch. In the event that someone is hit in the eyes with Kobra Khan's acid attack, a special spray can be used to counter it.
Kobra Khan was voted No. First appearing in the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, Gr'asp is a viper -type Snake Man with a crushing crab-like claw for a right-hand who is a master strategist. He was originally an elite general of the Unnamed One until he escapes from the Nameless Dimension. After forming an alliance with Horde Prime, he persuaded him to destroy the Kaydex Crystal that kept the Unnamed One trapped in the Nameless Dimension.
Megator was a green giant from Preternia. The original toy was one of the few releases in The Powers of Grayskull spin-off line. It was only sold in Italy. His modern Masters of the Universe Classics action figure packaging states that he originally served Hordak during Preternian times and was resurrected by King Hiss after his death to serve the Snake Men in the modern day.
One of King Hiss' generals, Rattlor is a rattlesnake -type Snake Man who possesses an extending neck and rattling tail. He appears in the She-Ra: Princess of Power animated series as a member of the Horde, as the He-Man cartoon series ended when his figure was made. In the animated series, Rattlor is presented as the General of the Snake Men army trying to release their leader, King Hiss. He was released by Kobra Khan but later recaptured and held in the Eternian prison.
Rattlor nursed a grudge against Kobra Khan for being left to this fate, escaping only by outwitting Roboto. He retains a primordial fear of mongooses. Rattlor was voiced by Lou Scheimer in the s series and Richard Newman in the series. Snake Face is a gorgon -type Snake Man. Snakes extend from his face, chest and shoulders to "petrify" opponents just like Medusa of Greek mythology. He only appears in the s comics and animated series because the original animated series had ended by the time his figure was released.
During the return of the Snake Men, Snake Face was beaten by He-Man who used his shield as a mirror and turned Snake Face's power back on him, turning him to stone. In the episode 40 comic "Captured," it is shown that Snake Men can recover from even mortal injuries when they are in total darkness, as both the stone Snake Face and the decapitated King Hiss were taken to Snake Mountain where Skeletor's minion Beast Man inadvertently allowed King Hiss to heal himself. This implies that Snake Face too would eventually have been restored to normal.
In the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, Snake Face gained his petrifying abilities from the Great Black Wizard with his abilities impressing King Hiss enough to recruit him into his army as part of the Snake Men's inner circle.
Snake Face was voiced by Paul Dobson in the version. Sssqueeze is an anaconda -type Snake Man who possesses long snake-like arms. He only appears in the version of the cartoon because the original s cartoon ended when his figure was released. In the series, the palms of his hands became snake-like heads when Sssqueeze's arms are extended. Is sometimes called Tanglor in certain media, which was his original prototype name.
Sssqueeze was voiced by Brian Dobson in the series. First appearing the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, Terroar is a sound being from Melodian who was exiled for his evil deeds. When the spacecraft containing him crashed into Eternia's Ice Mountains, he was inert for a millennia until a skirmish between the Evil Warriors, the Horde, and the Snake Men freed them.
Terroar systematically assimilated the characteristics of their warriors where he assumed a hybrid appearance. The Evil Warriors, the Horde, and the Snake Men confronted Terroar who unleashed his devastating roar that brought them to their knees. King Hiss became impressed with Terroar's talents and prevented Quick Flick from slaying him. Plasmor, Slamurai, and Strobo later discovered that Terroar had a weakness to prolonged light exposure.
Tung Lashor is a python -type Snake Man who possesses a super-long extending tongue. In the episode Gateway to Trouble, he works with Skeletor and Modulok to make the gate maker. The original He-Man cartoon had ceased production when his figure was released. In the animated series Masters of the Universe vs. A recurring gag in the series is that Tung Lashor's tongue would occasionally get cut off and grow back by the next appearance.
In the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, Tung Lashor is depicted as having venom on this tongue. In addition to his key lieutenants, King Hiss also has a huge army of slithering minions willing to do his bidding. The series featured the full force of the Snake Men , and two action figures based on these generic warriors one yellow, one orange were released in for Mattel's Masters of the Universe Classics toyline. First appearing in the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, the Snake Troopers are the results of some Snake Men Warriors that were with Lord Gr'asp being subjected to Horde World science where they were lobotomized, turned into cyborgs, and hooked up to the central computer brain of the Horde Troopers.
Flipshot is a space pilot from the cloud city of Levitan. He is also known as Icarius in the toyline. Mara is an assistant of Master Sebrian, ambassador of the planet Primus, and eventually becomes the leader of the Galactimytes. She has her hair in a long braid, with a spiked metal ball at the end which she uses as a weapon.
A prototype action figure was created but not put into production. Skeletor sent him, along with Ninjor, to mount a series of silent, unseen attacks on He-Man and Fisto as they explored Viper Tower. Scare Glow was the ruler of an alien dimension who had the ability to instill terror in his enmies by forcing them to visions of their greatest fears.
Scare Glow was summoned from his home dimension by Skeletor and force to serve him. Scare Glow was furious and attempted to use his powers on Skeletor, who claimed that he feared nothing and blasted Scare Glow with his Havoc Staff. Scare Glow attempted to use his powers to defeat the Masters, but was defeated. He pleaded with Skeletor to be returned to his own realm, but Skeletor refused. Forced to remain on Eternia in service to Skeletor, Scare Glow vowed to discover the lord of destruction's fears and make him suffer.
Scare Glow made his first animated appearance in the series, Masters of the Universe: Revelation , in which he is voiced by Tony Todd. Scare Glow was depicted as a ghostly creature who ruled over Subternia , the land of the dead. An action figure of Scare Glow was released as part of the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline in and given a reimagined backstory and the name "Karak Nul":.
Real Name: Karak Nul In life, Nul was a shifty bounty hunter who spent years attempting to break into Castle Grayskull, obsessed with the countless legends that it contained the power to be Master of the Universe. In death, he was cursed and banished into the dimension of Infinita, forever chained to his past crimes. Scare Glow initiated a monstrous scheme while He-Man and Skeletor were on the distant planet of Primus.
Convening a cabal of supernatural beings which consisted of the mummy Wrap Trap , the witch Sultra , the vampire Crimson Countess , and the wraith-like nightmare creature Darkdream ; the ghostly Scare Glow collected seven evil artifacts. Using the seven objects, the supernatural cabal attempted to raise an army of the undead and plunge Eternia into eternal darkness, but they were thwarted by the heroic Strobo and the royal archaeologist Melaktha , whose knowledge of sacred texts proved instrumental in defeating the monstrous villains.
Later, Scare Glow fought in the second ultimate battleground and was one of the few Evil Warriors to serve Skeleteen in the third. Wiki Grayskull Explore. Episode 1: Into Etheria All episodes. Episode 1: The Beginning Part 1 All episodes.
Scare Glow is a ghost who labors in service to Skeletor. He is a skeletal ghost warrior, who has a solid but translucent body in most incarnations, and whose bones emit a strong glow which can intimidate even the bravest opponents. He wears a long purple cape and carries the Scythe of Doom. Buy Masters of the Universe Origins Scare Glow in Action Figure, Battle Figure for Storytelling Play and Display, Gift for 6 to Year-Olds and Adult. SCARE GLOW. Evil Ghost of Skeletor. Real Name: Karak Nul. In life, Nul was a shifty bounty hunter who spent years attempting to break into Castle Grayskull.