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Darius

Veteran of the Chemical War, exclaimed technician from the planet Krayk and former leader of the Galactic Guardian. (Only appear in the comics).

  • Ultimate Blacksmith: According to his classic bio, he was the one who designed the Starship Eternia.
  • Uncertain Doom: He was seriously injured in the battle of Fetra IV, though it uncertain if he was killed or in recovery.

Hydron

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Played by: Don Brown (New Adventures)
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Leader of the Galactic Guardians, from the underwater city of Serus.

Artilla

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Played by: Gary Chalk (New Adventures)

A protocol android redesigned for battle.

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Flipshot/Tc Icarius Kaz

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Played by: Scott McNeil (New Adventures)
"I was born ready!"

Daring (and sometimes reckless) pilot from the cloud city of Levitan.

  • Ace Pilot: Flipshot is often portrayed as being particularly good fighter pilot among the Galactic Guardians, and was the pilot for the Starship Eternia in the minicomics.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Rarely seen apart of Hydron. When not with Hydron, he tends to be with Spinwit.

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Kayo

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Played by: Don Brown (New Adventures)

A Galactic Guardian who appears in the minicomics and is the first one to find He-Man after Hydron and Flipshot bring the hero to the Tri-Solar Galaxy. He also appears in the cartoon, albeit Demoted to Extra.

Mara

Played by: Venus Terzo (New Adventures)
  • Action Girl: Not at first, but she eventually grows into this.
  • Epic Flail: She has a a flail-shaped ponytail that she uses to fight.
  • Replacement Love Interest: Or she tries. She takes Teela's place (who even reappears for one episode), becomes an action girl and there's some shiptease here and there between Mara and He-Man, but ultimately nothing comes from that
  • Took a Level in Badass: She began just as Master Sebrian's assistant, but became more of an Action Girl in later episodes of the TV series.
  • Toyless Toyline Character: There was a prototype for a figure, but the toyline was cancelled before she could be released.
    • She finally got a toy thanks to the Classic Toyline.

Nocturna

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Martial artist from Mida, the eastern continent of Primus.

  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Nocturna’s action figure has black hair, but in the series he was blond.
  • Advertised Extra: Nocturna is a main character in the toyline, but despite appearing several times in the animated series, he does not speak until the final episode.

Sagitar

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Played by: Cambell Lane (New Adventures)

A centaur-like being from planet Palomar (Equinos in the cartoon), who can adopt a straight stance to become a four-armed man.

  • Bald of Awesome: His bald head can be seen when he isn't wearing his helmet.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: When standing straight.
  • Our Centaurs Are Different: His species are a sort of centaurs who can raise their forelegs to use as an extra set of arms.
  • Token Nonhuman: The other Galactic Guardians are humans whose abilities come from their armors, while he has additional limbs, normal for his species.

Spinwit

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Played by: Ted Cole (New Adventures)

Tuskador

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Played by: Alvin Sanders (New Adventures)

A Galactic Guardian with an elephantine armor, who can catch his enemies with the tusks built in his armor.

Vizar

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  • Advertised Extra: despite having a figure released, Vizar is a background character and disappears for most of the series, returning for the final few episodes.


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