Good observation about Sebrian/Man-at-Arms. It was intentional. I wanted to carry that through -- to make He-man a little less reliant on physical power, to rely a little more on his intellect, giving the unspoken subtext that often intellect is as powerful as or more so than physical strength. Similarly, I wanted to take things in a different direction with Skeletor, making him a bit less evil and a little more humorous. His humor didn't just come out of nowhere, btw. Back on Eternia he was the top of the hill villain. On Primus he's suddenly surrounded by many technologically advanced mutants vying for the top of the hill evilness. I thought it was prudent for him to cool it until he got the lay of the land and that using humor might occur to him as a way to achieve that.