Zodac - Cosmic Enforcer
Real Name: Zodac Zur
Zodac, originally a member of the original "Council of the Elders", is more commonly known as the "Cosmic Enforcer", meaning that he has to maintain the balance of power between good and evil. Zodac possesses incredible power far beyond that of mortal men. He has the ability to travel through the universe at amazing speeds, usually on his throne, and can effortlessly change the balance of power. Because Zodac`s power has not been manifested physically, most of what he is capable of doing is beyond comprehension. Although he no longer calls Eternia home, the constant struggle over the Power Sword, has often called him back to his native planet to maintain the eternal balance between good and evil. Zodac participates little in conflict but can aid either the heroic or evil sides in their hour of need. He leans more towards the side of good and serves essentially to help maintain peace within the universe.
Once a member of Eternia’s original Council of Elders. Zodac left the Council, when he was recruited by the Overlords of Trolla to become a member of the Cosmic Enforcers, beings tasked with maintaining neutrality on Eternia. Zodac chose to retain his human form when he left Eternia and found peace among the stars. He became a valued agent of the Cosmic Enforcers, watching over the shifting battle of good and evil with the patience and wisdom of an immortal. After Zodac left Eternia to become a Cosmic Enforcer, Kar-Tor (Zodak) and his brother, Zeelahr, took his place on the Council and helped lead them in battle against the invading Snake Men.
During the Great Unrest, Keldor achieved most of his power, after he stole the Golden Disks from the Council of the Elders, after corrupting Zanthor, into selling them to him, causing Zodac and the second Council Of Elders, to send Zanthor into the Dimension Of Phantoms, as punishment.
Zodac is instramental in He-Man finding the second half of the Sword Of Power.
Zodac sends He-Man out on a quest to prevent Skeletor from reaching the Star Seed, the main object of power, that will give him control over the whole universe. A twist ending reveals that Zodac setup the whole affair, telling Skeletor of the Star Seed and sending He-Man to defend it, in a test of He-Man's ability to resist the temptation of using the Star Seed's power for himself.
When Zanthor get's in touch with the Sorceress from the Dimension Of Phantoms. Zodac attempts to pass judgment on Zanthor, but He-Man decides that if Zanthor truly does want to make amends, then he will accompany him on his mission. At Snake Mountain the heroes find the vault where the disks should be located, but they only find fake disks. Skeletor appears to them, and they are captured. Orko and Zanthor escape, Orko finds the controls and frees He-Man and Battle Cat. As they do Trap Jaw, Evil-Lyn and Beast Man appear, but Skeletor accidentally imprisons them. Upon locating the disks, Skeletor confronts them with the Snake of Snake Mountain. Zanthor grabs all of the disks, and once again Skeletor attempts to convince Zanthor that he will gain power if he hands them back to him. Zanthor refuses and Skeletor is left with the angry Snake of Snake Mountain. Zanthor is made into a Cosmic Enforcer and joins Zodac, in protecting the Golden Disks Of Knowlwdge from all evil.
As time goes on Zodac contues to serve in his role as a Cosmic Enforcer. Unfortunatly, Zodac is later assassinated, leaving Strobo to take his place and investigate the situation of Zodac's assassination.