Heroic warrior goddess commands fighting falcon into battle!
An early giftset, this comes from the early era where Zoar was not the Sorceress and Teela is still depicted as the Warrior goddess. Released in 1983 just before the Filmation cartoon debuted. This gift set features unique box art.
Features: Teela: twist waist and power punch action.Zoar: Wings that flap with the squeeze of a trigger on the legs.
Accessories: Teela: Snake headdress, snake staff and shield.Zoar: Snap-on bomb-pack and armor.
Features: Twist waist and power punch action.
Accessories: Snake headdress, snake staff, and shield.
Mini-comics: Battle in the CloudsDragon's GiftThe Tale of Teela!
Variants: Usually country specific
Brown hair/red hairBrown boots/red bootsChubby face/slim face.
Attack Eternia with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' evil enemies figures. Each figure with moving arms, legs and neck and unique battle action.- Twist and release torso for sword and staff attack.Accessories: - sword- staff- shield
Defend Eternia and fight evil with fully articulated, Masters of the Universe® 6'' heroic warriors figures. Articulation:- neck- shoulders- wrists- hipsAction feature:- Twist and release waist for sword slash action.Accessories: - sword- staff- shield
Real Name: Teela® After being wounded by King Hssss’ venom, the Sorceress® of Grayskull™ knew her time was short. She quickly arranged a mission with Teela® to the Elder’s training citadel in the Polar Ice Cap. Here, the Sorceress® revealed Teela’s true heritage, that she was secretly her magically cloned daughter and destined to become the next guardian of the Castle Grayskull® and its secrets! Although in a state of disbelief, Teela® knew in her heart that her mother spoke the truth, and trained with the Sorceress® until the venom at last overtook her. Returning to Grayskull™ as the new guardian, Teela® uses her new magic to protect the Power of Grayskull™ and guard the safety of all Eternia®.
Photos by Eurocoin.
TeelaWarrior GoddessClub Eternia Figure, October 2009
Respected leader of the troops of King Randor, Teela is the ultimate warrior – especially when armed with her magical Staff of Ka. Highly-detailed and fully-articulated, her feisty figure is ready for action with these
The adoptive daughter of Duncan, the current Man-At-Arms, Teela grew up in the palace of King Randor. Trained from an early age in the ways of battle, at age 18 she became Captain of the Guard, leading the troops of King Randor and acting as a defacto member of the Masters of the Universe. She is yet to become aware of her true heritage as the magically cloned daughter of, and heir to, the Sorceress of Castle Grayskull. She carries the Staff of Ka, which was once used by the Snake Men in their epic battles against the Horde and King Grayskull during the Great Wars. Teela® uses her magical staff to track her foes' every move!
Point Dread & Talon Fighter (w/ TeelaMasters Of The Universe ClassicsHoliday Item – November 2015
When He-Man® feels the need for speed, he summons the Talon Fighter, and this awesome aerial transport vehicle finally lands in our lineup! Sculpted in amazing detail by the Four Horsemen, up to two MOTUC figures can fit inside the vehicle for a multitude of display options (figures with tails, wings or capes may not fit). The Talon Fighter comes with its own dedicated landing base, Point Dread, which can be either be displayed separately or attached to Castle Grayskull®. This set also includes a new Teela® figure that comes with both a regular head and an alternate “helmet” head, plus a sword and shield.
Point Dread & Talon Fighter
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Originally, Mark Taylor did not envision Teela as a "Warrior Goddess", but rather as a Female Warrior, perhaps more in the vein of an Amazon.
The differences between the finished Teela and this early concept is not as big as one might think however. Even though her famous Cobra-staff and armour are nowhere to be found, she is still more or less identical to the Teela we got, without the cobra-motife. Her shield is the same as the finished toy, but a spear with two smaller prongs around the sharp point is her weapon of choice, instead of her standard Cobra-staff.
For some reason, the Teela and Goddess/Sorceress concepts where combined later on in the development, and the finished Teela is both Goddess and warrior-female at the same time.
Image courtesy of Matt Jozwiak and Mark Taylor