After seeing Haradrel's pics, I decided to stop farting around and write up my bios for my Marzo swapping spree. I didn't get Marzo until a week after he arrived since he goes to my parents' home. Regardless, I love mixing and matching. In fact, it got me inspired to write some fan fic with this in mind and you'll get most of the story from the bios I have here. Peace!
Dark Enforcer Marzo
Real Name: Marzo Kalif
Shortly after his first defeat from the Masters of the Universe, Kalif sought revenge on Zodak for the role he played in his elderly imprisonment. Infiltrating Zodak’s Tower granted Marzo an impressive advantage over the Mystic Enforcer. Using his black flower poison to contaminate the incense in Zodak’s dojo, the fifth degree wizard weakened this opponent to a point where the Universal Insight from the Cosmic Enforcer Zodac could be absorbed through the crimson amulet. With his newfound power, Marzo’s first order of business was to eliminate his competition for dominance over all Eternia by reconstructing the Mystic Wall to banish Skeletor and his Council of Evil once again.
Real Name: Romero McAhb
Seizing the opportunity to escape his realm through a frequency rift created at the Royal Palace of Eternos, the Horde despot of Snake Mountain learned of a different world similar to his own. The subtle changes were somewhat shocking such as the absence of the Horde as well as justice and order prevailing throughout most of the land. McAhb utilized his necromantic powers to learn the history of this alternate Eternia from the ancient memories of the dead. Upon the realization of the existence of the Horde’s fabled ruler Hordak within the dimension Despondos, Lord Romero seeks to appeal to his long-time inspiration and destroy the new, inexperienced He-Man of his world: King Adam of the House of Randor.
The Horde Dyad
While the power-hungry Count Marzo took to the stars in an effort to return to Eternia as an invincible tyrant, the vile Lord Romero of an alternate Eternia gained control of the most powerful man in the universe. With such brute force at his side, Romero decided to gain the undivided attention and trust of his idol Hordak. Although the Hordak from Romero’s realm had never returned from his prison in the Despondos dimension, he wasted no time to gain the praise of the Hordak who ruled Etheria as the lush planet’s ruthless dictator. Hordak’s permission and the ability to warp He-Man’s mind were all Romero needed to gather an army capable of overthrowing all order on the planet Eternia. With Skeletor out of the way, Marzo preoccupied and Castle Grayskull left unprotected: the newly-formed Horde Dyad viewed any threat in their path as nothing.
Horde Champion He-Man
Real Name: Adam of the House of Randor
Never did Adam think the Power from Castle Grayskull that granted him his gifts as He-Man could be used against him so easily. Through Lord Romero’s abominable proficiency in necromancy, the Power channeled through King Grayskull’s ancient weapon proved to be the undoing of the most powerful man in the universe. The Horde ruler’s vile power corrupted the courage, compassion, wisdom and strength bequeathed to Adam by his ancestor. In an effort to further mock the symbol of He-Man’s duty to protect Castle Grayskull and the planet of Eternia, Romero presented Adam with Hordak’s Sword of Destruction, a perverse clone of the Sword of He. Despite the dark energy that poisons the mind of Eternia’s defender, He-Man’s former allies have banded together to break the Horde’s evil shackles on his spirit.
This one isn't part of the "Dark Enforcer" narrative. I shot this guy while messing around and waiting on Count Marzo. His place in my MOTU-verse honestly comes after the events of NA and He-Man's return to Eternia.
Vodun, Keeper of the Power
Real Name: Sh’Mon Douhtree
In the aftermath of the rise of the Three Towers of Eternia; Vodun, the ancient keeper of the Power awoke from his everlasting slumber. A forgotten prophecy saw his return from times before the legendary King Grayskull when a cataclysmic event would shake the planet to its very core. Seeing the war between the forces of good and evil erupting all around him during his awakening brought Vodun to a startling realization. Why should he involve himself in the conflict when he could wait for the end to come and pick up the pieces? Millennia had passed while his mere presence within the planet enriched the atmosphere and its populace with the wonders of magic and power. However long the war would take to end, Vodun knew he had all the time to wait for an outcome before making his intent known.