SAVAGE GODS AND HEROES IN COOPER’S TALES!
A Companion Glossary Edited by Kirk Trigon
The role gods, demons and other dark fantasy elements play in Mineternia is what sets this fandom apart from mainstream MOTU interests. To know and appreciate its heroes, one must also understand the forces that shape their world. This is a rough (very rough) glossary of Eternian gods and spirits featured in Cooper's TALES and loosely based on characters/images created (copyrighted and trademarked) by Mattel Corporation and artists licensed by Mattel. Most were mentioned in the lost “T. F. Brooks” stories, but you’ll recognize a few from Tale of Teela and forthcoming fiction.
The Norse phrase for the supreme god is also the Vulnarian name for the Master of the Universe.
Gods, heroes, sorcerers and wise persons, whose spirits guard the cosmic secrets of Castle Grayskull. "... Until the Keldoric Age, the inheritors of Grayskull's secrets used them to uplift mankind ..and were believed to guide Eternia's destiny long after their deaths. These were your ancients..." The Ordeal of Man-E-Faces, 2004.
Best known as Point Dread; in Vulnarian mythology, the rock upon which the gods must sit to bleed their outrage into the world. If their fury is righteous, a great, golden hawk eats of their rage, takes to the sky and vomits it down upon their transgressors.
Living horizon and supreme goddess of ancient Eternians, from the Golden Isles to the Fertile Plains, Icer Mountains and Sands of Fire; goddess of the kingdoms of the sky and mother of Targa the Hawk God of the Vulnarians.
Realms of the dead; innumerable astral worlds or dimensions, which exist beyond the physical plane and Oblivion. The Celestialics believe the noblest and most pious souls of the dead are called to this place by the Master of the Universe.
One of the four priest-kings of Infinitias; savage ruler of the Gorre Jungles, who possesses the ability to command the beasts of all Eternia. He shared in Skeletor’s incarnation by giving the demonking his mystical Havoc Staff, which he pulled from the swamps of the Vine Jungle.
sorceress of the
Fortress of mystery and power in which Eternia's Ancients concealed their Hall of Wisdom to keep its secrets out of evil hands. It also conceals other halls – those of Harmony, War, Science, Fate, Time and Nature, whose secrets are equally powerful. Before its capture by the first Warrior Ancients, the castle served as seat of power to Clan Grayskull, a bloodthirsty tribe of alien-human hybrids, who conquered and ruled all of Eternia.
"Thirty-thousand years ago, a raider clan of alien-human hybrids, masters
of sciences beyond mortal knowledge, conquered and enslaved the tribes of the
Vine Jungle goddess of destruction and plunder.
scientist of the Vulnarians, who left Vulnar's Valley to wed Princess Lenore of
Elshimere. When Sijanus Trap-Jaw transfigures his wife
and sons into cyborgs, he returns to Vulnar's Valley. He is later condemned by
Mighty Teela to sail the
Colossor of Titanos
Giant, one-eyed statue of disfigured Emperor Hyperius Rex of Titanos, once brought to life by Skeletor.
Council of Elders
a council of cosmic beings and deified spirits of heroes and monarchs, who guard Castle Grayskull and Eternia's other powerful secrets. They are King Zoras the Skyfather, Queen Avion, Mighty Teela, Miro, Procrustus the Many-Handed One, Heuay the Divine Sorceress, Eternos, Gnarlos, Tytus, Targa the Hunter and Gharychon the Dragon.
formed of the uppermost halls of the mystical Crystal Caverns, hidden in
Ill-tempered, man-eating, giant beaver, inhabiting the woodlands and jungles; ritually hunted by the Vulnarians for their pelts and meat. The largest are found in the Vine Jungle and have purple fur.
The name many ancient Eternian civilizations give to Heuay, who is the guardian of destiny and truth. In Vulnarian myth, she is Teela's sister and sits at Vulnar's side in Heaven.
The ice dragon, Frigranamyr, Meranamyr of the Oceans, Dunamyr of the Deserts, Vulcanamyr of the Mountains and Sheenamyr of the Jungles.
Enemies of Man
Epitaph commonly given demons and gods presiding over suffering, terror, misfortune and dread. Skeletor is recognized as one of these beings.
Brother of Vulnar; warrior spirit, who inspires genius.
Youthful, green-skinned god of time, wisdom
and of love; called the Brother of the Fertile Plains, he is the oldest of the
plains-peoples' gods. The
Broad mountain range bordering the
Infinitian goddess of slaughter, who
presides over the
Mystical, god-slaying sword conjured from the Beyond Realms by the sorceress Boa-Na for young Adam of the Vulnarians. Originally created by Grayskull's ancient scientists to destroy extra-dimensional phantoms, no deception may confound whosoever wields it. After Adam slew the fire god Val-Kun with Excalibur, it was pulled into the heavens and, eventually, to Earth.
Fangs of Dunamyr
Enchanted weapons of the warrior goddess Teela, with which she opens the veins of Oblivion. The Vulnarians believed it was a living entity with fierce winds for blood and darkness for a heart. When their goddess, Teela, opens its veins, the force of the winds there draw the unrighteous into its body.
weapon built by Eternia’s ancient, alien conquerors to siphon off the planet’s
living magic and turn it into demonic energy; called ‘the Magic Stealer’ in
Vulnarian legend. It first appeared in the ancient
Freenorn the Strong
who liberated Eternia from the tyranny of the Beastmen Dominion. The duchy of Frenornia, whose
capital is the
Friend of Man
A loving epitaph of the warrior goddess Teela.
Ice dragon of legend believed to have caused the first Eternian Ice Age. Frigramyr was slain by King Vulnar the Bold, wileding the Sword of Power. Baroness Frosta of the Ice Lands realm of Frigramyr traces her bloodline and powers back to the legendary dragon.
Gar-Gan (or Garn) of Tuwa
Vulnarian warrior, called 'Garn’
by his lover, Princess Rana of Targa, and by He-Man--once, his rival for
Rana’s love. He has the mystical ability
to increase his size and to manifest two, extra arms that give him strength,
even greater than He-Man's. He is son of
Queen Valeena of Tuwa and of Procrustus; half-brother of the wizard, Lodar of
Divine Dragon of the Council of Elder Gods. He is worshipped by the She-Ra warriors of
Etheria as the guardian of the Crystal Castle; once, the lover of the warrior
goddess, Ishteuray. His heart, the
Large, green-and-gold-striped, jungle cat native to the Golden Isles, but rare. Giant tigers are recurring features in Eternian legend.
Violet-haired, vrgin warrior-princess of Myzargard, also called Glimmer; daughter of Queen Angella and the hero, Simyran of the Vulnarians and granddaughter of Val-Kun; fated by Heuay to be a future queen of Eternia. Her mother, Angella, did not tell Simyran of his daughter’s existence, as the hero was fated to murder his children. At birth, Glimevere was betrothed to Prince Adam of Eternos, believed killed in infancy. When Heuay told her Adam was alive, she chose to remain so betrothed.
Savage and powerful, four-armed monsters, believed to be the eldest children of Procrustus and the sun goddess, Hyperia, created when Procrustus's seed fell to Eternia from their mother's lap. So strong are the glorm that a few even surpass He-Man in strength. Triklops shared in Skeletor’s incarnation by slaying a glorm and giving the demonking its heart.
Lord of All Dragons, who sits in judgment over dragons living and dead. Through Granamyr's wisdom, an uneasy peace was made between dragon and humankind. In myth, Granamyr is the master of the powers of the sky. His half-brother is Morgonymyr, the dragon of Oblivion.
Hall of War
Mystic hall concealed in Castle Grayskull’s flying outpost, Point Dread, from which the Warrior Ancients attack their enemies. The vibrations, which emanated from the Hall of War threatened to corrupt the power of the Ancients; so, the Ancients sent it into Eternia’s orbit, engineering it to return to Grayskull every twenty years, carried by the Talon Fighter. Called Areopaguay (Rock of War), by the Vulnarians.
Most Powerful Man In the Universe; Avenger of Mankind and his Ancients (gods and spirits). Presently, Lord Adam of Vines, lost son of King Randor and Queen Marlena, raised by the Vulnarians; the name given to he, who endures the Heuthalan and is awarded the Sword of Power; he, who lies with Heuay; also Heuay Man or Heuay’s Man.
How King Simyran found Adam: "Some thirteen years ago...[I, Simyran] came upon two Horde troopers pursuing an old woman, [Lady Mira], through these Evergreen Forests. After slaying these alien scum, ...I saw that she was dying ...she begged me to take the baby at her side. The boy's father, she told me, had been a great warrior and had named his son Adam, after the wild, Vulnarian god of the hunt ..." Adam and Sword, 2004.
of the Vulnarian gods; sister of Teela; green-skinned warrior goddess of the
Vine Jungles, who presides over the sky and the emerald fires of truth and
destiny. Amongst the
Vulnarians, truth and destiny are one and the same. Her touch is reserved for
her champion (or He-Man) and, through it, he attains divine wisdom. That one
maiden could bear the divine weight of Dunamyr's hide as easily as Teela did,
insulted the dragons. To avert a costly war with the dragons, Vulnar directed
his sons to craft a portion of the hide for Heuay to wear, and the honor and
burden of the Dunamyr Crown was shared between the two sisters. In the
A brutal tournament ritually held by the Vulnarians to determine who is fit to know the secrets of Heuay, the goddess of destiny; means Tournament of Truth.
Sun goddess, upon whose upturned feet the weight of Eternia's crust once rested. Once the wife of Procrustus, she fled her husband's embrace, when the arms of his devoured twin brother burst from his sides, and became the Sun. As she fled, Procrustus's seed fell from her lap to Eternia and became the four-armed Glorm, while the seed that did not fall became living starlight, the celestial Semini warriors. Another of her progeny is Hyperius Rex, one of the emperors of Titanos and the original master of Tri-Klops's three-eyed helmet.
Isle of Shame
the Bold struck down the ice dragon, Frigranamyr, ending Eternia's eight
million years-long Ice Age, his victory brought great misfortune to the ancient
hero's people. Frigranamyr's fellow dragons, Meranamyr of the Oceans, Dunamyr
of the Deserts, Vulcanamyr of the Mountains and Sheenamyr of the Jungles tore
barbaric country in the Dark Hemisphere (Shadow Lands), which encompasses the
Warrior goddess, who presides over the winds and inspires the honor of Vulnarians; Vulnarian name for She-Ra. [See She-Ra.]
Inspired cry: “Crown of Ishteuray!”
Jaws of War
Pincer weapon mastered by Lord Ogun of Clampes (Clamp-Champ); ancestral weapon of the Earls of Clampes.
Brother of Vulnar; warrior spirit, who inspires Strength.
Inspired cry: “Jondar’s Beard!”
Keldor the Conqueror
Keldor (or Keld-Thor,
meaning 'the Keld head’ or 'Great Keld') was a tribal chieftain of the brutal
Kelds of ancient Etheria, who worshipped Evil-Lyn; ancestor of King Randor and
He-Man’s, for whom the savage Keldoric Age is named. He used the Sword
of Power to unite the Light and Dark halves of Eternia and to conquer and
enslave the people of eastern Etheria, but was slain himself by Queen Ishteuray
of the Vulnarians. His decaying body, once entombed at
Keldor (Duke of Evermore)
Born of the Queen of Evermore’s seduction of King Miro, he was named ‘Keldor’ as a gesture of peace toward Evermore’s warlike Keld rulers. Elder half-brother of King Randor, who released the spirit of Destruction from imprisonment in the Infinita dimension, but was killed, when he claimed the dark half of the Sword of Ancients. Hated from birth by Miro, who sensed his evil nature, Keldor was given to his mother, the Queen of Evermore, to be educated and became Duke Regent, after secretly murdering his mother, stepfather and half-brother.
Dark-skinned brother of Vulnar; warrior spirit, who guards the Deserts.
Inspired cry: “Sands of Kobar!”
Now a string
of small, barbarous lands separating the southernmost Vine Jungles from the
Brother of Vulnar; warrior spirit, who guards the Mountains.
Lenon, Isle of
a ring of undersea mountains, Lenon
is an island in the
Lodar of the
powerful sorcerer, who is guardian and high priest of the
Also called ‘the Fearamid’. [See Fearamid.]
Malik, Wizard of
eternal life and power, Prince Malik of Rakastan uses the Spider Gem to bind
Mighty Teela to his fortress on
Menifakles of the Royal Guard is a shape-shifter and the last of the
alien-human hybrids of Clan Grayskull. Thirty-thousand years ago, a warlord
clan used alien technology to conquer and enslave the tribes of the
One of the four priest-kings of Infinitias; despotic ruler of the undersea Moratain Empire, who possesses the ability to command the creatures of the deep. He shared in Skeletor’s incarnation by bringing him the enchanted Sword of Chaos, which he pulled from the oceans of Earth.
Mi'Cah of Brightmoon (The)
Royal title for the husband of a Queen of Myzargard and of the supreme commander of the Queen's armed forces. Shortly before Princess Mira entrusted infant Adam to the Mi'Cah Simyran the Vulnarian, he fathered Glimevere with Queen Angella of Myzargard.
Mira (of Elshimere)
Heroic warrior-princess and elder half-sister of King Randor, who saved Prince Adam from a bloody Horde attack on Eternos, but died, shortly after entrusting Adam to King Simyran of the Vulnarians. Daughter of Miro, who fathered her with the Queen of Elshimere, when he was barely fourteen years old.
Father of King Randor, Prince Keldor and Princess Mira; one hundred and forty year old heroic warrior-king, who disappeared during the Great Horde War. He fathered Mira with the Queen of Elshimere, when he was barely fifteen years old (a man by Elshimere customs).
dragon, who guards Oblivion; father of Morningstar and half-brother of
Granamyr. Unaware of
Morgonymyr’s true nature, Simyran of the Vulnarians admits the dragon,
disguised as a boy, into the
country in the
Brother of Vulnar; warrior spirit, who inspires Courage.
Inspired cry: “Nanoc’s Stones!”
A huntress-warrior and noblewoman of Clampesh, a country ruled by the family of Ogun the Clamp Champ. Spinerella, guardian of the Spider Gem, is one of her friends.
Norgnaval [See Isle of Shame.]
The mythical lost country from which Vulnar and his brothers came; the Isle of Shame.
The dark, stormy dimension commonly perceived to lie between the mortal plane and the Beyond Realms. Demons thrive here and only dragons can freely travel between the three realms.
Brother of Vulnar; warrior spirit, who guards the forge. Prince Ogun, the Clamp Champ of Clampesh, is named for him.
Inspired cry: “Ogun’s Forge!”
Brother of Vulnar; warrior spirit, who guards the Oceans.
Inspired cry: “Brine of Orin!”
Plains of Perpetua
Plains, Sleeping Plains and Whispering Plains, which lie side by side, between
the Vine Jungle and Whispering Mountains of Myzargard. The westernmost region of the Golden Plains
Point Dread (and the Talon Fighter)
Castle Grayskull’s flying outpost, which conceals the lost Hall of War. The vibrations, which emanated from the Hall of War threatened to corrupt the power of the Ancients; so, the Ancients set Point Dread into Eternia’s orbit, engineering it to return to Grayskull every twenty years, carried by the Talon Fighter.
Priests of Infinitias
Four warlords, through which Skeletor rules the Dark Hemisphere.
four arms bear up the weight of Eternia's crust and keep it from collapsing on itself. When the arms of his devoured twin brother burst
from his sides, Hyperia fled his embrace and became the Sun. As she fled,
Procrustus's seed fell from her lap to Eternia and became the four-armed Glorm,
while the seed that did not fall became living starlight, the celestial Semini
warriors. In the
Inspired cry: “Grails of Procrustus!”
Heroic warrior king of the Great Horde Wars; called Randor the Mad, during his campaigns against the Evil Horde. He is the father of He-Man, son of Miro, husband of Queen Marlena, brother of Diana and a descendant of Keldor the Great.
American-styled democracy located in the Golden Plains, it is bordered by the
Ocean Gnarl to the west, the Vine Jungle and
Evil sorceress and, once, the lover of Keldor the Conqueror. The Lord of Destruction used her to gather his scientist-priests to engineer his unholy incarnation.
Origin: "...In the legends of Ban-Shei Island, an amorous young queen fell in love with a wandering barbarian, Keld'Thor, and bewitched him to lie with her in the Temple of Yog. Unknown to him, Queen Scierce was already betrothed to her god, and when Yog came upon them making love, he roared such that the island beneath them split apart! Outraged, the Priests of Yog drove her and her savage lover from Tahrin, the rich capital of Ban-Shei, and beyond the Plains of Perpetua, ..ten hundred thousand years ago..." Priests Of Infinitias, 1998.
Youthful, celestial warriors born from the semen of many-armed Procrustus, when their goddess mother, Hyperia, abandoned him and became the Sun. As Hyperia fled, the Semini fell from her lap and scattered onto the cosmic winds, becoming starlight. Their brothers fell to Eternia and became the four-armed Glorm. In legend, the Semini guide lost or endangered ships to safety and are guardians of the Isle of the Four Grails. When their brother, Hyperius Rex of Titanos, used his three-eyed helmet to enslave them, Granamyr blinded the helmet, and the Semini broke free of its spell and destroyed his kingdom.
the Crystal Caverns of Etheria; Vulnarian warrior goddess, who presides over
the wind; daughter of Vulnar the Bold and the goddess Ursa; known among the
Vulnarians as Ishteuray. In life, she liberated the desert people from
slavery under Keldor the Great and founded the ancient
An evil sorceress queen, worshipped as a living goddess of darkness by ancient tribes of the Sands of Fire, Shokoti once was a valued ally of the Vulnarians and the lover of their King Simyran, coming to their aid against powerful desert enemies. Humiliated by Simyran’s refusal to marry and join forces with her, the sorceress determined to destroy him. Under the pretense of forgiving Simyran’s rejection, Shokoti gave him a tree, which, after a great celebration, his brother warriors planted in the capital of their country. While the Vulnarians slept, a powerful army of warrior-demons grew from the planted tree and attacked the men, slaying many in their sleep. When Mighty Teela commanded the Vulnarians to set the tree ablaze and uproot it, as it burned, many Vulnarians died in the effort, but, the tree was felled and the demons, swiftly defeated, thereafter.
When Shokoti attempted to conquer Eternia by covering it in darkness, Simyran and his brothers joined mankind in defeating her and destroying her desert kingdom. Eternians often make pejorative references to ‘Shokoti’s bush’ in moments of anger, vulgarity and exasperation.
of Boa-Na and King Simyran; a She-Ra warrior-priestess, seduced by Val-Kun and
made pregnant with a burning stone.
Driven out by the Elders of Etheria, she wandered the world, until falling into
Last king of the Vulnarians and former king of Ancient Frenornia; son of the Infinitian fire god, Val-Kun, and of the She-Ra warrior, Simeyria; father of Princess Glimevere of Myzargard; liberated the southern Fertile Plains from Serpentis oppression.
Great Horde War, Simyran fought at the side of Queen Angella of Myzargard and
turned her women into soldiers, when the men of that realm were all butchered
by the Horde. After the war was won, he was named the Mi'Cah (or lord) of Myzargard, and Angella's army vowed that they would suffer
no lords, but him, and would take no husbands. When the goddess Heuay told him
he was fated to murder his own children, he left Angella and returned to the
Demonic Lord of Destruction, ruler of Infinitias and Fear Incarnate; master of the Havoc Staff.
About Skeletor: ".. many years ago, four Infinitian scientists gathered in the tomb of Keldor the Great, the first king of Eternia to unite the Light and Dark Hemispheres under one crown. There, in exchange for great power on the Dark Side, they unleashed from the collective, sentient minds of Eternia, an abomination - an unspeakable horror born of the mortal brain's most primitive chambers and incarnated him within Keldor's mummified body. Through these four scientist-priests, he ruled the Dark Hemisphere of Eternia. His sole ambition - universal domination, ..through the conquest of Castle Grayskull. Known by many names throughout the ages, he was incarnate destruction and the shameful, yet inescapable fear of it..." Tale of Teela, 2004.
Ancient citadel fortress of the snake man empire, the Imperium Serpentis, located in the desert wastelands of Infinitias; now, the residence of Skeletor. It was abandoned after the fall of the Imperium Serpentis, until being commandeered by the Evil Horde in the War. Keldor the Conqueror was entombed there, .. once.
Nerella the Spinner, has used the mystical Spider Gem to guard an
extra-dimensional gateway, behind which monsters wait to invade her mystical
realm. When Prince Malik of Rakastan
steals the Spider Gem to bind Mighty Teela to his fortress on
Sword of Power
The legendary sword of kings, through which Eternian heroes conjure the collective power of the Ancients.
A cybernetic clone of King Simyran the Vulnarian, created by the ancient alien rulers of the island Anwat Gar, once an outpost of Castle Grayskull. He uses his speed and cyclone-creation powers to guard their powerful secrets.
Talon Fighter [See Point Dread.]
Targa the Hunter
Winged, hawk-headed cosmic predator and Divine Hunter of the Council of Elders; son of Avion and Zoras the Skyfather, and brother to Mighty Teela. To save mankind from his wild hunger, Zoras imprisoned him in the circuitry of the Talon Fighter for many eons. He is the chief hunter god of the Vulnarians and of the kingdom, Targa. Before the death of his friend, Gar-Gan of Tuwa (later resurrected by a wizard), and subsequent devotion to Teela, He-Man worshipped Targa above all gods, but, Vulnar.
warrior goddess worshipped throughout the Light Hemisphere, who presides over
the land, mankind and justice; sister of Heuay; believed the Holy Warrior of
Teela of Targa was the ancient, red-skinned warrior-queen,
who led mankind in rebellion against the evil, alien masters of Castle
Grayskull and was worshipped as a goddess, after her death. Teela, herself, was named for the River Teela (a Targan word for ‘mother
spirit’) that runs between the
Teela of the Plains
1,114 feet high statue erected to the warrior goddess, Teela.
lower, secret halls of the mystical Crystal Caverns, hidden in the
Flowers sacred to the warrior goddess Teela, which are burned in sacrifice to her. They became so, when Ishteuray's blood fell upon them, as she fought Keldor the Great in the Sands of Time. On one day of every year, the flowers turn red, thought to mark the day of Ishteuray's battle with Keldor.
Tomas Ruinzo, or Tom-Stone, is a heroic, young cleric and youngest member of King Randor's Royal Guard at Eternos. When he suffered fatal injuries fighting in the War of Silence, the goddess Teela transfigured him into a being of living, stone. He is the younger brother of Teela's deceased lover, Roberto Ruinzo, and Roberto's stone heart beats in his chest.
One of the four priest-kings of Infinitias; soulless cybernetic master of subterranean Sybronn, who commands the living dead of the Dark Hemisphere. Sijanus Trap-Jaw (full name) shared in Skeletor’s incarnation by forging the demonking’s indestructible armor from enchanted ore.
Prince Triklopaeus of the mountain kingdom Titanos is master of the three-eyed crown of Emperor Hyperius Rex and one of the four priest-kings of Infinitias. Through his cruel sons, he is the brutal commander of the barbarian tribes of Infinitias. He shared in Skeletor’s incarnation by slaying a glorm and giving the demonking its heart.
Warrior and female twin of Zor; daughter of Heuay and mother of Ishteuray (She-Ra). When the Enemies of Man commanded Ursa to slay her brother, she threw herself on Vulnar’s Sword of Power and killed herself. From Vulnar’s sword, Ishteuray was born, and Ursa sent Ishteuray back to Eternia.
Golden smith god, who uses the souls of the damned to fire his forge. Son of Koas, the king of the Infinitian gods, brother of Evil-Lyn; father of King Simyran of the Vulnarians and of the sorceress Boa-Na. He was slain with the sword Excalibur by a young Adam of Vines. Once the god of fire and conquest in ancient Etheria, before the manifestation of Light Hope in the Crystal Caverns of Gharycon.
Vul-Nar the Bold
Also called ‘Vulnar’, he is the god-king and brother of exiled warriors from Norgnaval, who are the forefathers of the immortal Vulnarian warriors. In Vulnarian myth, he is the fierce, personified Will of All-father. From Vulnar the Bold’s acknowledged position as king of his brothers and their sons, the title of ‘King Brother’ was given to Vulnarian kings, who succeeded him. [See Vulnarians.]
A race of superhuman warriors, rendered immortal and eternally youthful by the magic of their Warrior Goddess, Mighty Teela. Though not born superhuman, through training in Teela’s martial secrets, the sons of Vulnar and of his brothers, became stronger, faster, more agile and virile than mortal men, but, not invulnerable to injury or death. While they passed training down through their bloodlines, they also shared their secrets with adopted sons and, very rarely, with men welcomed into their valley, as spiritual brothers. Only the Vulnarian warriors, who are direct descendants of Vulnar and his twelve brothers, are immortals.
Origin: Vulnar the Bold, struck down the ice
dragon, Frigranamyr, ending Eternia's eight million years-long Ice Age.
Frigranamyr's fellow dragons - Meramyr of the Oceans, Dunamyr of the Deserts, Volcanamyr of the Mountains and Sheenamyr of the Jungles -
tore apart the mountain kingdom and set it adrift on the
survived their expulsion and founded another kingdom in their grandfather's
native Vine Jungles, near
At the center of the cosmology, reigns Vulnar The Bold, ..the fierce, personified will of the All-father. At his sides, sit two wise warrior goddesses, Teela (Order and Justice) and Heuay (Truth and Destiny). His eight brothers govern various aspects of the cosmos. Vulnar's daughter, Ishteuray (Honor), is the only one he entrusts to enforce his code in the world of men.
In his travels, He-Man has met many Eternians, who were trained by the immortal Vulnarians, lived with them for a time or were the offspring of these warriors. Among them: Ceril-Nar the Deathsailor of Hell, Fisto of Evermore, Gar-Gan (Garn) of Tuwa, Gharychon the Dragon of Etheria, Jitsu of Infinitias, Ogun (Clamp Champ) of Clampesh, Sy-Klone of Anwat Gar, King Xartagama of Targa.
home of the Vulnarian warriors, hidden by enchanted mists in the Vine Jungles,
War of Silence
The war fought to drive the Priests of Infinitias from the Light Hemisphere, when Skeletor attempted to use Point Dread to attack Castle Grayskull. During Mighty Teela's battle to wrest Point Dread from Skeletor, her oracles went silent all over the world - hence, the name.
“…Bold, iron-thewed Vulnar, ..falcon-headed Zoar, ..dragon-winged Giro, ..Xango the Thundermaker, ..Koron the Armored Titan, ..the fiery Heuay and her sister, ..Mighty Teela…,” from Tale of Teela. Warrior spirits, who gather at Point Dread to defend the secrets of Castle Grayskull and to destroy enemies of cosmic order.
A handsome, human warrior, once charged with the protection of the Spider Gem, a mystic talisman stolen from the sorceress, Spinerella, by his wizard master, Prince Malik, to bind the warrior goddess, Teela. When Spinerella seduces Webstor and reclaims her gem, and Mighty Teela escapes Malik’s mountain, the outraged wizard transforms Webstor into a hideous spider-like monster and banishes him to the Shadow Lands. He is a feared bounty hunter.
Brother of Vulnar; warrior spirit of the hunt, who guards the Jungles; the youthful and immortal protector of lost boys, for whom Adam of the Vulnarians is named.
Inspired cry: “Wild Adam, guide my aim!”
Zodac the Enforcer
Fiercest of the Mallorine cosmic enforcers; one of many space-faring sentinels charged with maintaining order in the universe. Under the demonking’s temporary control, he shared in Skeletor’s incarnation by bringing him the nigh omnipotent Mask of Living Death from deep space.
Inspired cry: “By Zodac’s Black Gun!”
A name referring collectively to the twin children of Heuay, known individually as Ur’Zor (female) and Zor (male). Zoar is the first He-Man, whose spirit was changed into an immortal falcon, upon his death. Teela’s fighting falcon is named for him.
Zoras the Skyfather
of ancient Eternian kings, from the
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