Call me slow... but who is he?!
Unfortunately, this has just confirmed who the unnamed one is! And it makes it the worst figure ever!
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Call me slow... but who is he?!
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I'm also clueless, I just see a couple name drops?
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Huh? Those bios don't tell us anything about The Unnamed One except that he tried to steal the great power and how the twins have to destroy him. All stuff we kinda knew already. The End.
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Call me clueless as well. I was not able to determine the identity of The Unnamed One from the bio.
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I actually like the bio, guess I am the only one. it seems to weave a lot of the dif ideas of waht the power is into one more cohesive idea.
I think what people are refering to when it comes to the unnamed one is that because the powers, sword, castle etc are all tied to the trollans that the unnamed one is also a trollan. Some people think that Gorpo (guess the unnamed one HAS a name if this is true lol) is going to be used as the idea for an evil trollan that tried to take the power.
Again, not sure if this is what they mean, just something I have extrapolated from the info provided.
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I don't get a Trolla connection from the bios though. All I can tell about the Unnamed One from this bio is that his role sounds like what I thought Horde Prime or Skeletor's role would have been. Maybe they merge together into an unnamed new character? Wait, but that spell was unrepeatable according to Two Bad's bio. Back to square one!
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The story about the Power Sword, the Power of the Universe, cloning, splitting, etc. is still confusing and boring... You can clearly see the difference between some fanboy story and the storytelling from fantasy sources like Lord of the Rings.
There is nothing epic about this stuff. Everyone manipulates the Power Sword and plays with the omnipotent power. Lame. If you take the Ring from LotR, that's how you make an artefact epic. Forged in the fires of Mount Doom and can only be destroyed in those fires.
With this canon, you have nothing like that...
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Even if Julie and Kevin go to the cemetery in the future at time and day they did the first time specifically to intercept the key -since they retain the memories of what happened the first time around- they now know not to mess with the key and would most likely just grab it and wait for He-Man and company to show up then give it to them.
After all why was Saurod killed? As punishment for failure in the mission to bring back the key (and/or He-Man) but remember Skeletor didn't know where to send them until the key was activated and they were able to track it's signal, which led to the group attacking Julie at the school and her running into He-Man while fleeing. He-Man fought them off they fled....
blah blah blah the point is because of the now altered time line those events would not happen. Kevin and Julie this time around would know that if they use the key Skeletor's forces will come after them. If they do things differently what happens next as a result changes. The events that led to Saurod getting killed wouldn't happen and in the new timeline he's still alive.
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Berserker79: The sword does seem a little less special or epic here, but hey kinda forced themselves into that corner. By combining miniternia, both cartoons, and (re?)introducing Powers of Grayskull, they put themselves into some weird spots.
I've been saying for years that the Classics canon is trying too hard in several ways--combining too many elements and making things too defined and at the same time too big. Trying to make He-Ro and King Grayskull contemporaries was one of the biggest mistakes, IMO, as well as giving He-Ro the Sword. I also think that they're trying too hard to make She-Ra equal to He-Man in cosmic impact by throwing in 'Horde Prime is the real threat' and 'prophecy of the twins'. However, I'm in a minority position on that point.Berserker79: The sword does seem a little less special or epic here, but hey kinda forced themselves into that corner. By combining miniternia, both cartoons, and (re?)introducing Powers of Grayskull, they put themselves into some weird spots.
Also, to get it in the record: My guess is that He-Ro is an ancestor of Adam and Adora ... through Marlena.
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I wonder why they now decide to call the entire population the "Masters of the Universe" when they have insisted on calling the Heroic Warriors the Masters? I'm not complaining as I always cringe when I hear the Heroic Warriors called that. I wonder if it'll stay that way?
It's always reminded me of that montage in a Family guy episode where Peter is sitting in a movie theatre and is waiting for one of the characters in the movie to repeat the title of the movie they are in; if feels force.
That has always been one of my critiques of the MOTU Reboot in 2002. That and the missing Jawbridge. I'm also glad we got that back.
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