Gets better with every chapter!
Loving how you've added in Mossman's 4H design, it works really well in the story. Is he more powerful now?
Ok first off, sorry about the Serpentina confusion. I don't know how but I completely missed reading that whole part between Habu & Rattlor, I might have been obsessed dloading the pics.
Secondly, Another great chapter added to this already Awesome story & kudos on the Amazing tribute to Dragon's gift. Unexpected but totally worth it.
Edit: Oh & I almost forgot, It was Awesome to see Glacior make it into the story. He's always been my fave amongst Ice's characters.
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This is great guys!
The MYP story does indeed continue... In your stories!
Can't wait to see what comes next!!!
Awesome job guys i really enjoyed this chapter. I found the granamyr and the dragon guards design great.
The skytree remind me the one from zelda ocarina of time and also i found the new design of mossman very cool but where is his noseanyway keep up the awesome work.
Actually if Mossman changes in looks, does he also loose the hick voice?
Nah, He just sounds even more like John Denver now!
Hide & Seek Hordak does nothing to make collecting fun.
Great updating of Granamyr. Much more menacing and powerful-looking than the original design, but I like that you incorporated elements of the original in it too.
"Amazing love; how could it be?
That You, my King, should die for me?"
Hmmmm, that scrollos thing has Cosmic key elements in its design.. Makes you wonder.
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I LOVE THIS!
Seriously, I've lurked for a loooong time...and I think this fic is the best yet! It is so brilliant, and the art is wonderful. It is very believable and could pass as part of the real mythos. Kudos, and I cannot wait to read the conclusion.
I try not to think of the accents--I was not a fan of Mossman's or Stratos's voices so I tend not to think of them if I can help it.
But now the conclusion to Part One!
Chapter Six: In the City of Wisdom
Battle Cat carries He-Man and Teela from Darksmoke through the cold and lonely mountains of the Frozen North. He-Man tells him to head for Academia, the “City of Wisdom” that lies in the hinterlands of the kingdom of Eternos--where it was spared from the effects of the Spell of Shrouding. “The Sorceress said we’ll need to rely on human knowledge. I want to take this tome to the Royal Archeologist. He teaches at the university in Academia, and I think he’ll know better than anyone how to read the Map.”
“You mean Melaktha? I haven’t seen him since I was a student myself. He and my father were in the same regiment during the Great Unrest. How do you know him?”
“I, uh...Man-At-Arms told me once.”
Battle Cat rides all through the night, his mighty limbs carrying them across the Eternian hemisphere, all the way to the City of Wisdom, which shines with the first lights of dawn. Teela does not like returning to Academia as it reminds her of both her father and Adam. It seems as though anything of her former life--before this nightmare began--only serves as a reminder of what she has lost, and the pain of realizing this makes her shudder. To distract herself, she wonders what happened to her other schoolmates, though naturally she worried that perhaps they too were somewhere in peril. Teela said very little when they entered Academia finally, and by now He-Man was aware enough to comfort her with a few reassuring words.
Melaktha’s office is a grand library, full of ancient books and even more ancient artifacts from the long and scattered history of Eternia. It does not compare to the Library of Grayskull of course, but it is impressive for the collection of a single non-magical man of Eternia. Melaktha himself is a wizened but rugged looking man, whose scarred face and chiseled features attest to his years as a soldier. He is pleased to meet He-Man for the first time, and shares his grief with Teela at the fate of Man-At-Arms. But then he is intrigued to learn of the possible salvation the heroes have brought, and he quickly starts to examine the Tome of Scrollos.
“Where did you say this came from,” he asks. Melaktha is fascinated to hear that it came from Darksmoke, and disappointed when He-Man declines to share the location of Granamyr’s home. “Well no matter, something as extraordinary as this could only have had an equally extraordinary keeper. You’re sure it is identified as the Tome of Scrollos? Very curious. Scrollos was a kind of prophet who visited Eternia centuries ago. I believe he may have been related to the Cosmic Enforcers of Zodak’s ilk, but not having ever met Zodak, I can’t be sure. Scrollos’s writings have appeared throughout the remnants of the ancient world, but I have yet to see much to reveal who or what he really was.”
The Tome is a strange device. At first glance, it resembles a scroll made of white stone with unidentifiable runes carved upon it. But as Melaktha touches the runes, they glow like a computer console. Melaktha tries several combinations, and finally activates the Tome, which unwinds itself as though it really were just a paper scroll. It lays itself flat on Melaktha’s desk and its surface displays writing that scrolls by like text on a monitor.
Melaktha has two student assistants, the lovely Kira and the younger Stanlan, who are unable to withhold their excitement upon meeting He-Man and examining this newly revealed artifact. But Melaktha is considerably more restrained and he orders them to remember their professionalism. “It’s very hard to find students as good as you were,” he says to Teela.
She blushes, but before she can answer another voice adds, “Even harder to find as good a friend.”
Teela and He-Man turn to see the speaker, a young man standing in the doorway. “Ah, very good,” says Melaktha. “Teela, you remember Mallek, I believe. He’s become one of my more reliable assistants since he returned to us last year.” Teela is noticeable silent as Mallek enters. He-Man awkwardly introduces himself without her help. When she does finally speak, it is a terse and brief greeting.
Mallek expresses his condolences with regard to Man-At-Arms, Adam, and the others who vanished in Eternos and Targa, but Teela’s aloofness doesn’t break until he adds, “I wanted to apologize, Teela, for...well for being such a child when we last saw each other. I didn’t...I didn’t appreciate our friendship for what it was. I tried to make it into something it wasn’t, and when you tried explaining yourself I was less than mature about it. I hope that you’ll accept my apology, and that I can be of help to you now.” Teela is guarded but she accepts his apology. He-Man lets them alone, for even as Adam he did not know what had happened between them. They had all been friends as students, but after the graduation, Mallek and Teela stopped talking.
“Fascinating,” Melaktha murmurs as he studies the Tome. The others’ attention returns to him, and he explains, “Most of these are forbidden runes that are usually incomplete whenever I find them--defaced over the years by fearful generations.”
Stanlan, eager to get a better look at the alien artifact and to help with translating its writing, succeeds at doing neither when he accidentally touches one of the symbols. The mechanism causes images to appear over the Tome like a holosphere. Melaktha chastises him, but is curious to study Stanlan’s unwitting discovery. The image looks incomplete, so he tries pressing new symbols. The image grows sharper until it becomes a recognizable holographic map of Eternia. Sparkles of light burst on various parts of the globe like miniature fireballs--counting seven in all. Melaktha gasps as he reads the corresponding markings on the Tome. “This is very very old...and very dangerous. These symbols are ancient relics, scattered across Eternia by the Ancients,” he stops and looks up. “By the Ancients indeed! These are the locations of the Bells!”
The others are confused, but He-Man understands. As Adam, he had been Melaktha’s student, and even though Adam was far from being the most attentive student, he remembered the lessons now. “You mean the Bells of Doom.”
“Exactly! Seven Bells, seven hiding places. This is a map to the Bells of Doom! Fascinating. Legend has it that once rung together, the Bells had tremendous power. They were said to be able to unlock an evil magic but...if Granamyr gave this to us, then perhaps the legends are wrong and the Bells are a means of undoing this Spell of Shrouding.” He-Man and Teela look at each other with a knowing dread. If the Bells were said to have a sinister power, then they must be the key to the Book of Evil. Mallek notices their nervous looks and inquires about it. He-Man explains the truth behind the Bells, and Melaktha is horrified. “He-Man, I do not believe in the suppression of knowledge. This very room is a testament to that. In my youth, I resented the Elders’ lack of record-keeping, and I said as much to Randor when he became King--it’s why he later chose me to be his royal archeologist. But then Keldor came. I was once impressed by his zeal, I admit. He sought answers to questions we all shared. But where I tried to avoid the mistakes of the past, he wanted to repeat them. Because of him, I learned that with so many dangers in our history, we are better to let some of it be forgotten entirely. The Book of Evil is such a danger. It has appeared only a few times in the history of Eternia that I have uncovered, and each time it gave rise to terrible consequences. Spells derived from it were used to cut this world in half and created the light and dark hemispheres. The book turned what was once a lush forested region into the Sands of Time. Whatever good that might come from obtaining the Book....it pales compared to the damage it can and probably will cause this world.”
“But sir,” Mallek objects on the others’ behalf, “The people of Eternos...Teela’s father...they are worth the risk, don’t you think? If we have the book, and we are not evil, we can use it to help those in danger--”
“Many have said as much and been destroyed for it, Mallek. Evil begets evil, and the ends never justify the means. Teela,” he says, turning to her regretfully, “I’m sorry, but I cannot be a party to this. Your father would not have wanted us to risk so much to help him.”
“If Melaktha won’t, then I can help you,” Mallek offers eagerly. Teela is surprised, but willing to accept any help at this point. He-Man is less sure however, and his hesitation makes her angry again. She accuses He-Man of cowardice, and the intensity of her anger startles even Mallek. His eye narrow as he looks into her shadow, and suddenly he shouts magical words. “Reveal!” he cries at the end, and the shadowy form of Slayurai leaps out of Teela’s shadow. She collapses into He-Man’s arms, but she is still cognizant. “It’s a shadow demon,” Mallek explains. “It was using her grief to manipulate her.” He-Man gives him a questioning look and Mallek shrugs, “I’ve studied the magical arts a little.”
Slayurai hisses at them, cursing in an ancient demon tongue. “Cursed spellcaster! I will feast on your eyes when this is done!”
“You’ve been with us since the fight with the Ice Trolls--you’re how Skeletor’s warriors knew about Skytree,” shouts He-Man, and Battle Cat roars angrily at his side--grateful in his own way for the talking to be done at last. “Surrender now, and tell us what your master knows.”
Slayuria cackles. “Fools! You cannot begin to know who my master is. Did you really think that alone you could get this far without our allowing it?” Suddenly the walls quake, and a loud rumbling sounds outside--the noise of energy weapons’ fire mixed with screaming. Suddenly one of the walls explodes, and when the smoke clears, dozens of Skeletor’s bone drones pour in. Skeletor’s ship, the Collector, hovers outside, its cannons at the ready. Skeletor himself strides into the room, flanked by his warriors.
“Get back,” Melaktha yells to his students Stanlan and Kira, who duck into a receding hallway. He wields his own concussion gun--similar to Duncan’s--and aims it at the intruders.
Skeletor looks at the displays around the room. “I admire your taste in decoration, Melaktha. I see you are fond of the more obscure remnants of Eternian history. Very fitting. Because you are in the company of soon-to-be-obscure historical remnants at this very moment.”
He-Man smiles, “Don’t talk about your troops that way, Skeletor, it’s very bad leadership.”
Skeletor’s sockets flicker with his anger. “Silence! You’ve been a thorn in my side for long enough, He-Man. I’ve been generous in not attacking you all this time. I knew you would be a challenge while at Grayskull...but here you are far away from your power source. You will not defeat us again so easily.”
“I can beat you anywhere on Eternia, Skeletor. If it soothes your ego to think otherwise, then leave now and enjoy your ignorance a little longer.”
“Have it your way, hero,” Skeletor motions and the Bone Drones attack. He-Man cleaves the undead warriors as they move in, sending bones and armor scattering about the room. “Get the Tome,” Skeletor yells at his warriors, who advance next. Teela and Melaktha handle themselves well, and even Mallek is able to disarm one of the Bone Drones and acquire its weapon for himself. But the Evil Warriors are a greater challenge. Whiplash tries to crush Mallek with one swipe of his tail, but Mallek escapes and the strike destroys Melaktha’s table and sends the Tome spiraling into the air. It lands at Skeletor’s feet. “Well done, Whiplash. I’m sure that was intentional,” he gloats.
He-Man sees him reaching for the Tome, and wastes no time with other opponents. He leaps over Beastman and charges at Skeletor. The two collide and plummet with the Tome back through the hole in the wall, down onto a lower level balcony. They both rise to their feet quickly, weapons ready.
“Muscle-bound oaf,” Skeletor roars, “Will the Elders reward you for all your wretched meddling even if you fail in the end?”
“You’re right about one thing, Skeletor,” says He-Man angrily. “This is the end! You’ve caused the deaths of thousands, corrupted time itself all for your own ambition!”
Skeletor laughs. “And here I thought you hadn’t noticed!”
He-Man’s glare is dark. “I won’t let you go any further.”
Skeletor comprehends the darker meaning of He-Man’s threat, and answers with cold menace of his own, “You can try.” And with that, they clash, Power Sword to Havoc Staff.
Skeletor thrusts bolts of lightning at He-Man, who leaps away to dodge them. Skeletor reaches for the Tome, but He-Man hurtles his ax at the ground, cleaving the stone and sending the Tome spiraling out of reach. “Miserable cur,” Skeletor cries. Before he can strike again, He-Man leaps over his staff and knocks it down. They struggle on the ground, but He-Man is stronger and pins Skeletor with the Power Sword close to the invisible neck beneath Skeletor’s skull.
“This is over,” says He-Man. “You are beaten!”
Skeletor goes still and waits. Then, slowly, he asks, “That’s it? You’re not going to kill me?” He-Man’s glare does not abate, but he does not move in with the sword. Then, ever so slowly, Skeletor seems to grin with apprehension. “You can’t do it, can you? After all that talk of ending this, of stopping my evil ways...even after all I’ve done, you still cannot kill me. I wonder, do you regret saving my life yet?”
“I’m not an executioner, Skeletor. You’ll face Eternia’s justice soon enough.”
“What justice? Randor’s? He was a spoiled child who was handed everything he ever had on a silver platter. And the Elders? Ha! They never had it in them to kill either. They banished or cursed everyone who ever challenged them in a misguided attempt to demoralize their opposition. But there is nothing left to take from me. My life, my very face, all are gone. Banish me and I will come back, as I have before. You cannot imagine the losses I’ve overcome to be your enemy, He-Man. No, if you wish to end this, you will have to kill me.”
He-Man considers his next move carefully. Would it be wrong to kill Skeletor here? If they never find the Book of Evil...or worse, are unable to reverse the Spell of Shrouding with it, then the kingdom of Eternia would be his to lead. He would have to reveal his secret to Eternia and probably rule as He-Man. Would it not then be his duty to execute Skeletor anyway? To spare Skeletor now might be more selfish than killing him. Which was the greater evil now?
Before He-Man has a chance to act, a powerful force strikes him in the chest and pins him against the opposite wall of the balcony. At first He-Man thinks Skeletor had somehow managed to spell cast, but then he sees a throne ship hovering over them. A tall wizard wearing the Helm of Hexon stands upon it, his hands sparkling with dark energy.
“You took your time, Hexon,” Skeletor growls, retrieving his staff and the Tome. “Were you thinking of letting him kill me so you could have the Book for yourself?”
Hexon chuckles. “I suppose the thought did cross my mind, my faceless friend. But like you, I quickly realized this one is not a killer. I only wanted to see how close to the dark he could go.” Hexon is joined on his ship by an assortment of his own evil warriors: a veiled woman, a hooked monster, a stranger with a sinister demonic mask, and Ninjor. Hexon leaps down to the balcony and wags his finger, causing He-Man to turn upside down against the wall. “So we meet at last, Champion. I must say, you are less impressive than your predecessors.” He looks up at the hole from which He-Man and Skeletor had fallen. “You gave in to anger though....you must be relatively new to your powers. Or could it be our spell has taken something precious from you? Excellent! I grow so tired of adversaries with nothing to lose but their lives.” He-Man tries to free himself from Hexon’s magic, and his limbs begin to move away from the wall. Hexon sees this and frowns. “On the other hand, I think I will be happier to be rid of any opponents. I offer him to you, Skeletor. A gift to seal our partnership.”
Skeletor hesitates, unsure if he should trust this gift from Hexon. He-Man realizes then that their partnership is filled with distrust, but however much there might be it does not overshadow Skeletor’s hatred of He-Man. Skeletor raises his Havoc Staff and its horns crackle with deadly power. He cackles, “I promise to be more decisive, now that our roles are reversed, He-Man. I wish I could say I’ll miss our battles but...actually, I don’t even wish that!” He laughs maniacally, savoring long-awaited victory. For an instant, He-Man regrets that he had not killed Skeletor when he had the chance.
“Goodbye, He-Man. And good ridd--” suddenly something--or someone strikes Skeletor from above. A woman drives into Skeletor feet first, knocking him completely off his feet. She flips herself up right, and holds up a blade to Hexon. He-Man is amazed, for the woman is beautiful.
“Who the Devil are you?” Hexon demands.
“I am Lt. Andra of the Dyperian Guard. My men are all around this city. Release He-Man, or I’ll kill you myself.” Hexon is surprised, but He-Man can see he is not intimidated. Yet while he is focused on Andra, he fails to see He-Man pulling away from the mystic chains holding him to the wall. He forces his way through Hexon’s energy barrier and into Hexon himself. Skeletor, recovered from his fall and still holding the Tome, blasts energy bolts at them, but Andra blocks them with her shield.
“To me, my daughter!” Hexon yells.
The veiled woman jumps down from the throne ship, followed by Ninjor and the hooked creature. He-Man releases Hexon to block their attacks. He and Andra back into each other, facing their enemies on either side. “I appreciate the help,” says He-Man, “but are your men really surrounding us?”
“Of course,” Andra grunts, “all four of them.”
“Terrific,” He-Man groans.
“You’re delaying the inevitable, He-Man,” Skeletor laughs. “Your allies are destroyed and the Tome is ours!” Suddenly a grappling hook snatches the Tome out of Skeletor’s Hand. Teela, Mallek, and Melaktha--now holding the Tome--leap down from the hole above, having fought their way through the Evil Warriors above.
“Get the Tome,” the veiled woman orders her servants. Ninjor advances first, and Melaktha fires his concussion gun--sending a seismic pulse at the evil warrior. While the weapon was no doubt ideal for excavating large amounts of dirt and rock, and decent for non-lethal defense, it does not stop Ninjor from throwing deathstars at him. Even as Ninjor is pushed back, the stars cut into Melaktha’s armor and give Jitsu the chance to knock him down.
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Next Jitsu rushes at Teela. “This has been an annoying chase,” he growls, “But at least it will end with the satisfaction of settling our score, little flower!” He corners her and is about to chop into her with his new and powerful golden arm when a giant silver fist blocks his attack.
“Fisto!” Teela gasps. Fisto and a Windraider containing Roboto and Mekaneck have risen from under the balcony just in time for Fisto to come to Teela’s rescue. Fisto punches Jitsu away, and helps up his niece. A bucket appears over one of the Bone Drones and drops over its head, causing it to stumble about and fall over the side of the balcony. Orko appears, wiping his hands with satisfaction. Plants come to life and ensnare several more Bone Drones, crushing them until they break apart into the lifeless matter from which they were formed. Mossman arrives and joins the others.
He says, “I hope you don’t mind our arriving unannounced, He-Man. After Skytree, I set out to find everyone who had not been in Targa. The Eternian Wilderness led me right to them.”
“Aye,” says Fisto, “We couldn’t let you have all the fun today!”
Roboto jumps down and retrieves the Tome. “I have been tracking your movements since the disappearance of Avion, and I calculate a 7 to 10 probability that this artifact is related to the disappearances of the Eternian cities.”
“No!” shouts Hexon’s daughter. She runs at Roboto, but Melaktha, recovered from the damage caused by Ninjor’s deathstars, intercepts her, accidentally knocking loose her veil. Melaktha gasps in surprise when he sees the girl underneath.
“Karyn?” The girl grits her teeth and conjures magic to push him back. She snatches the tome from Roboto and leaps back up to the Collector.
“We have the Tome! Retreat!” Skeletor and the evil warriors run to their vehicles. He-Man chases Skeletor and leaps up to the Collector after him, holding on to the ship’s hull even as it soars away. Skeletor, Hexon, and Karyn catch their breath inside before seeing He-Man as he struggles to keep the boarding ramp from locking him out. The ship’s increasing speed causes wind to push and tear at him as strong as a giants grip, but he holds on. The ship’s integrity starts to buckle from the stress. Skeletor throws charges of energy at He-Man that sting and drain him like currents of electricity, but even after several hits, he does not let go. Skeletor stops, and says bitterly, “You never did know when to quit.”
He-Man is barely holding on now, with little chance of getting inside. Hexon sees his weakness and steps forward triumphantly. He says, “You have lost, He-Man. You’ve lost the Tome. The Bells will follow, and then the Book. My destiny cannot be avoided. If we meet again, consider who will be man and who will be Master. See then if you wish to still challenge me. For now...farewell.” For the last time, he strikes He-Man with his magic, sending him falling from the ship. They are high above the ground now, and He-Man doesn’t know if even he can survive a fall from such a height.
The wind in his eyes blurs his vision. The ground rushes at him faster and faster, but then it seem to slow down. At first He-Man thinks he is losing consciousness, but indeed the winds are not just brushing past him--they are holding him up! He looks and sees Su-Nami flying up to him, her blades spinning fast to create the vortex that saved him.
He thanks her for coming to his aid, and they join the other Heroic Warriors in Academia. He-Man and Teela are reunited with their allies and relieved to no longer be alone in their quest to save Eternia. He-Man and Teela explain what they have discovered about the Spell of Shrouding, and the importance of getting back the Tome.
“If Hexon the Horrible has been revived, then his power to persuade and corrupt this world must be growing,” Su-Nami observes. “He will find many more allies on his quest, I fear.”
He-Man agrees. “Melaktha, you seemed to recognize the girl who was with them. Is she a sorceress you met before?”
“Karyn was never a sorceress when I knew her. Like Mallek, she was one of my best students.” Mallek nods and explains that Karyn had disappeared months ago while they were at a dig in the Sands of Time. Melaktha is obviously troubled, and blames himself for her disappearance. “I should have stayed with her at all times. She was a bright student, an innocent, yet now she wields dark magic. If this Hexon is whom I think...then he and his family lived in the time of the Ancients. How could she be his daughter?”
“How could he be here at all,” Andra observes. “These are sorcerers. We should not be surprised by anything they can conjure up. And if they have the map to these Bells of Doom, then we should let nothing stop us from getting it back.”
“I am grateful that Teela and I are no longer alone,” says He-Man, “but we are still greatly outnumbered. Skeletor is a coward, he ran because he doesn’t know how many of you are still here. But he’ll be cautious now. Getting the map back will cost us time while they move ahead with finding the Bells.”
“Perhaps I can amend that situation,” says Roboto. “I took the opportunity to scan the device before Karyn stole it. I am compiling the data now, but I believe I have constructed a suitable facsimile.” He projects the same holographic map as the one from the tome, revealing the locations of the Seven Bells.
The others cheer to Roboto’s speed and wisdom, and they study the map more closely than before. Melaktha says, “This one looks like it would be in the Sands of Time. I think I know where it might be kept there, judging by the specific region.”
“And I’ve been to this area of the Vine Jungle Region before,” Teela says, pointing to another glowing node on the map.
“Teela, I’ll go to the Sands of Time with Melaktha. You take the others to the Vine Jungle. We can use Andra’s communicators to stay in contact, and plan our next move once we have the Bells. Even if we capture just one, that’s one that Skeletor won’t have. And he needs all of them.”
Teela is worried. “But we need them all too. If we don’t get them all then...”
“We must not let Skeletor get to the Book, Teela. Whatever else we do now, that must be our first priority. All of Eternia...maybe even the entire Universe, depends on us now. We must not fail!”
The Bell Quest has begun! Where are these seven sinister relics located on Eternia, and what powers guard them? Be sure to read when the Quest begins this fall in the second of the three-part Book of Evil adventure: The Bells of Doom!!
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Wow this new chapter has more intense battle than the last one . Awsome job guys by the way that Melaktha is a new character?
ps: The scene he-man vs skeletor look awesome
Melaktha, Mallek, Stanlan, and Andra are all classic characters. Melaktha was in four episodes of the Filmation series--most memorably House of Shokoti--and he had two assistants, one named Stanlan and the other was an unnamed woman (she probably predated Stanlan because she was in Battle Cat's origin story). Mallek was in two episodes. They're all in the Universe Guide here:
Lt. Andra was in the comics, though I forget if it was Star or DC.
Special thanks goes to Emiliano for redesigning the Collector in the first place! It was a great redesign when it appeared in the MVC comics, and I think it really should have been a toy rather than the Bashing Dung Beetle or whatever junk they made instead.
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Karyn = Shokoti right?
Love that the Filmation universe is sneaking in, this (post)MYP Eternia is beginning to feel more and more like the place I loved as a child
Well done guys and thanks, trying hard to keep my sanity waiting for part 2
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A fabulous new wardrobe was revealed to me the day I held aloft my sword and said...
Wow, so many great things in this chapter. it really takes the story to the next level. All the pics in this one are absolutely Iconic, gbagok & oIceo.
The city od Wisom looks Awesome & those paintings inside are a great touch too.
Words can't describe how good The Skeletor/He-man battle scene is. Trully Awesome.
It's alwys great to have filmation characters added to the Mythos.
Gbagok, you are veery talented, I'm a fan of your motu (and pop too) character's designs (and your tours9. I congratulate you for drawing characters that were redesigned before in the tv series 2002. Your style is far better, Skeletor, Fisto, Rattlor,.......look excelent.