The Rebels apologize to Kowl for not trusting him. Double Trouble later changes sides when Glimmer reveals the Heart of Etheria would give the Rebellion an advantage, sabotaging Catra's plans before leaving her broken and defeated. In the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, his bio states that he is a devoted minion of Hordak who talents are loathed by the other Horde members. Grizzlor also features in animated form in the updated Masters of the Universe cartoon series, produced in 2002 by Mike Young Productions, to promote the relaunched toy line. She was originally sent to Etheria by the First Ones to study the planet's magic, along with Light Hope, and was given the sword by her superiors. Netsossa VOICE. Grizzlor appears in animated form in the cartoon series She-Ra: Princess of Power, in which the Horde are the main villains. Also, in contrast to Glimmer, Angella also has the ability to open magical-gateway portals to other dimensions. He points out to Hordak when other members of the Evil Horde fail in their different missions, and encourages Hordak to vent his anger on them. When Callix gave Hordak the bad news about the Snake Men's defeat and how it will be difficult to attack Castle Grayskull, Hordak crumbled him to dust. Netossa He also makes a brief appearance in the She-Ra and the Princesses of Power episode "Razz.". Grizzlor is portrayed as a mindless, savage killing machine, who is defeated by being shown his own reflection in a mirror; he apparently fears nothing but the sight of his own gruesome visage. She is so accurate in her aim that she is able to capture a Horde Trooper by casting a net through the bars of her cell door. Family Here, he would create his sidekick, Multi-Bot. While scouting the planet, her spaceship is captured by Hordak, and he tries to use her people to do his bidding. [35][37] Although she caught She-Ra in her tentacles upon first meeting her, the Octopus lady proved to be no match for the Princess of Power. Introduced as Snout Spout, it's stated by Adora that he and Prince Adam were visiting from Eternia whereas his earlier appearances seem to indicate his status as a member of the Rebellion. A pre-recorded Star Wars-like hologram of her appears to Glimmer, Adora & Bow in the 4th season's premiere "The Coronation", telling Glimmer of how proud she is of her. Her father King Mercier believes it best to leave The Horde alone, in the hope that they will respect his decision and leave him and his people in peace. His transformation gives him the appearance of a winged unicorn with the ability of speech. No disguise is beyond them, they can look like an aged King one moment or a Horde Villainess the next, as well as changing their voice to suit the disguise. [33] Besides her huge claw pincers, Scorpia can use her tail to administer a paralyzing venom into whomever she stings. Frosta appears in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power as a member of the Princess Alliance, her ethnicity and attire costume changed to the Etherian equivalent to Inuit. At full strength, she alone has proven more than a match for the Horde itself. Abilities Grizzlor is voiced by Lou Scheimer in the 1980s series and by Keston John in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. Intercepted by She-Ra in the midst of a menstruation-induced temper, Entrapta is killed when She-Ra bursts her breasts.[21]. TV Show: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. She briefly returns in the fourth season episode "Boys' Night Out". Leech is voiced by Lou Scheimer in the 1980s series. Etheria Mermista knows that The Horde will stop at nothing to conquer all of Etheria and she is the only member of the people of Salineas who supports the Rebellion. She makes her first appearance in a holographic demonstration made by Light Hope to explain to Adora the She-Ra line at the Crystal Castle in the episode "Light Hope". As Cy-Chop, he was recruited by Hordak to fight against the Masters of the Universe and the Snake Men. She is susceptible to flattery, shown when Bow (Sea Hawk in the 2018 reboot) fooled her once into believing that he was a Horde inspector and thus gained access into a secret Horde factory. Glimmer, Princess of Bright Moon, is the daughter of Queen Angella and Micah. The first ever action figure of Shadow Weaver was released in 2012 for the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline. Gender She was also perfectly ready to abandon Hordak so that she could become the Queen of the Magicats. Madame Razz is a witch who lives in The Whispering Woods among the other Twigets. Although Kowl lacks courage, this does not stop him from trying to help his friends when they are in need. She-Ra and the Princesses of Power characters, https://he-man.fandom.com/wiki/Netossa_(She-Ra_and_the_Princesses_of_Power)?oldid=34026. In the 2018 series, Micah was a former apprentice of Shadow Weaver when she was Light Spinner who joined the Rebellion and supposedly died during one of their battles against the Horde. Spinnerella is voiced by Diane Pershing in the 1980s series and by Noelle Stevenson in the 2018 series. Played by Kowl is a flying Etherian creature and resembles a cross between a koala and an owl. However, in the 2002 series Hordak wished to rule over all of Eternia. [22] A notable one of these are the UK comics published by London Editions, which portray him as one of the least intelligent of all the evil characters. She possesses vast mystical powers, which are linked to Bright Moon's Moonstone gem—itself powered by the light of Etheria's three moons. Also, most of their faces are usually covered by their hats. Her bio states that she was born in Mystacor and was the apprentice to the great mage Norwyn until the day she sided with Hordak. Leech does not appear in the 2018 series. He was recruited into the Horde during his youth and rose to the ranks due to his insight and perspective of the Horde's enemies. Her bio states that she was recruited from her home in Octopus Cove by Hordak and rose through the ranks in the Evil Horde. This area of Etheria has only been attacked on one occasion by the Horde, possibly because of the extreme temperature there. Entrapta learned what actually happened during Fright Zone mission, but was hesitant in trusting Adora as she warned her against opening a portal. Modulok is a multi-bodied monster who can reform himself into thousands of different shapes to confuse his enemies. Unlike the other members of the Rebellion, she does not appear to be afraid of Hordak and the other Hordesmen. Diane Pershing. The latter head also includes a helmet to represent his Filmation look. ... View all 2 versions of Netossa on BTVA. Colonel Blast is voiced by Lou Scheimer in the 1980s series. His figure was packaged with the mini-comic "Grizzlor: The Legend Comes Alive!" Horde Prime is voiced by Lou Scheimer in the 1980s series and by Keston John in the 2018 series. In his third and final appearance, an attempt was made to connect the character to the He-Man toyline. Besides his ability to fly, he can use a special amulet to transform into a vampiric black shadow which comes in handy when obtaining creatures for Hordak's Zoo. Netossa is voiced by Diane Pershing in the 1980s series and by Krystal Joy Brown in the 2018 series. She is granted the Sword of Protection, which parallels He-Man's Sword of Power, gaining the power to transform into She-Ra, her secret identity.[3]. Angella, the Queen of Bright Moon and Glimmer's mother, possessing a pair of wings which allow her to fly. Loo-Kee makes an appearance in the 2018 version as a poster briefly shown in Glimmer's bedroom during the first episode and a design on Razz's hand fan. In the cartoon, he did not have the "extra mouth" that the figure had. However, Glimmer does have a stuffed animal version of the character in her bedroom. While Bright Moon is their capital, the Whispering Woods serves as their base of operation. He then destroyed the gem, severing her link with the gem but not before she had taken a third of its power, inducing an irreversible change in her, mentally and physically.