History YMMV / ThunderCats2011

18th Jan '16 2:58:10 PM creader
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Moving to its own page.
* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: ** No one expected the music to be that ''epic''. ** Though things looked grim when "Omens" first premiered and NoThemeTune was evident, "Ramlak Rising" gave viewers a hypercompressed spin on a classic. There's the IconicLogo, the {{Fanfare}}, the EpicRiff, even the ''words'' are "audible." Verdict: [[ThreeChordsAndTheTruth Stripped down]], but still epic. ** While its usage is not exclusive to the ''[=ThunderCats=]'' series, the epic and amazing music used for the trailers and promos, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0qY0r35XRM "Protectors of the Earth"]], is '''definitely''' worth a mention here. ** Wilykit's playing during Claudus' funeral. Heart-tugging. ** Or [[spoiler:Emrick the Petalar]]'s funeral. ** Lion-O's theme, which gets broken out any time he does something particularly awesome, is heroic beyond description. ** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flTtnD4Z9j8 The opening fanfare]]. Granted, it's only ten seconds long, but DAMN if it isn't a kickass ten seconds!
26th Nov '15 10:46:58 AM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] in this series is pretty much what his [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985 80's counterpart]] wishes he was. He once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] in this series is pretty much what his [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985 80's counterpart]] wishes he was. He once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. information via MindRape. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro Tygra into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy kill the Thunderkits]] Thunderkittens]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
19th Nov '15 4:28:55 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] in this series is pretty much what his [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985 80's counterpart]] wishes he was. once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] in this series is pretty much what his [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985 80's counterpart]] wishes he was. He once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
19th Nov '15 4:26:55 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] in this series is pretty much what his [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985 80's counterpart]] wishes he was. once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
4th Nov '15 12:09:58 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]], oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]], oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra Mumm-Ra]] once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
16th Sep '15 11:07:12 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh Mumm-Ra]], oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
16th Sep '15 6:59:45 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and callous, Mumm-Ra is the Ever-Living Source of Evil his 80's counterpart wishes he could be.
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and callous, emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil his 80's counterpart wishes he could be.Evil.
16th Sep '15 6:44:09 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes, he is the abhorrent force of evil that his 80's counterpart wants to be. He once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]].
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes, yes. In this series, he is the a truly abhorrent force of evil that his 80's counterpart wants to be. He being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and callous, Mumm-Ra is the Ever-Living Source of Evil his 80's counterpart wishes he could be.
14th Sep '15 10:11:57 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]].
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes, he is the abhorrent force of evil that his 80's counterpart wants to be. He once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]].
12th Sep '15 12:34:00 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Grune was once a highly respected general of Thundera and a friend to King Claudus and Panthro and had ambitions to one day be king. When he learned neither he nor Panthro were promoted to General of the Army he was furious, despite being given a task to find the Book of Omens with Panthro. During their quest, Grune fell under the impression Claudus knew of his desire to rule Thundera and sent him on a pointless quest to get rid of him, turning his ambitions into bitter obsession. This led him to hearing Mumm-Ra call out to him, offering him power in exchange for his loyalty. When Panthro tried to talk him out of it, Grune attacked him and sent him plummeting to his supposed death. Returning to Thundera, seemingly with a group of lizard slaves, Grune later revealed his new allegiance and overthrew the kingdom with Mumm-Ra’s army, which resulted in the death of Claudus and having the citizens he once wanted to rule over either murdered or sold off as slaves. When reuniting with a vengeful Panthro, he shows no regret for any of the crimes he’s committed against his people, only that he's not the king yet. In his final appearance, Grune shows that even his loyalty to Mumm-Ra is a lie, as he convinced Slithe to leave Mumm-Ra trapped in the astral plane, [[TheStarscream leaving him in command of his army]]. His motto is “any sacrifice is worth the defeat of your enemy”, and it fits how easily Grune will stab anyone in the back to destroy his enemies and claim power.
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* CompleteMonster: Grune was [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] once commanded a highly respected general number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera and a friend to King with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and Panthro and had ambitions to one day be king. When he learned neither he nor Panthro were promoted to General enslaving most of the Army he was furious, despite being given a task to find the Book of Omens with Panthro. During their quest, Grune fell under the impression Claudus knew of his desire to rule Thundera and sent him on a pointless quest to get rid of him, turning his ambitions into bitter obsession. This led him to hearing Mumm-Ra call out to him, offering him power in exchange for his loyalty. When Panthro tried to talk him out of it, Grune attacked him and sent him plummeting to his supposed death. Returning to Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, seemingly with a group of lizard slaves, Grune later revealed his new allegiance and overthrew the kingdom with Mumm-Ra’s army, which resulted in the death of Claudus and having the citizens he once wanted to rule over either murdered or sold off as slaves. When reuniting with a vengeful Panthro, he shows no regret for any of the crimes he’s committed against his people, only that he's not the king yet. In his final appearance, Grune shows that even his loyalty to Mumm-Ra is a lie, as he convinced Slithe proceeds to leave [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra trapped in tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the astral plane, [[TheStarscream leaving him in command of his army]]. His motto is “any sacrifice is worth the defeat of your enemy”, and it fits how easily Grune will stab anyone in the back two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his enemies plans, and claim power.tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]].
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