She is one of the most powerful sorceresses on Etheria, along with Queen Angella and Shadow Weaver. [33] Besides her huge claw pincers, Scorpia can use her tail to administer a paralyzing venom into whomever she stings. His friend became the Heroic Warrior Extendar, who has vowed to free Dragstor from the Horde's mind control. Unknown Spinnerella has a curvier build than most of the other characters. While scouting the planet, her spaceship is captured by Hordak, and he tries to use her people to do his bidding. Octavia appears in a flashback in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power as a Horde force captain having been injured by a younger Catra during training. In the Masters of the Univers Classics toyline, her bio states that she gained her mask upon joining the Evil Horde. After being seized by her tentacles, Sea Hawk appeared to be drained of energy, suggesting that Octavia has abilities similar to Leech. [19] Her specialty is devising different traps for members of The Rebellion. She has light purple skin that contrasts her regular lavender purple hair held in a ponytail. The vain feline Force Captain had no regard or concern for even her fellow members of the Evil Horde, although Entrapta seemed to come as close to being a friend of Catra's as anyone could get. Imp makes an appearance in the 2018 series. Krystal Joy Brown is the voice of Netossa in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. Most of Frosta's people hold a great hatred for the Selkies, a race of seal-like humanoids who live in Galacia, near her own homeland who once warred against them. Micah, escaping from Horde World, returns to Etheria for his and Angella's wedding anniversary but is subsequently captured by Hunga the Harpy. When Princess Naka-Ra turned down his love for her, there was a struggle which led to Princess Naka-Ra's accidental death. When detected with the weapons by Horde Prime's sata-spies, they mistook him for an evil warrior and reported him to Hordak, who beamed him on board his ship, erasing all memories of Jungulia from his mind so he would willingly serve him. Netossa. Her bio states that she was born in Mystacor and was the apprentice to the great mage Norwyn until the day she sided with Hordak. Admiral Scurvy appears in the fourth season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power as a free agent and a former friend of Sea Hawk's, before Sea Hawk burned his ships. They have a friendly love/hate relationship, and they have many arguments in which Kowl arises as the winner and makes a fool of Bow. In the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline, Leech is a Slebetor Slugman that came from the bottom of Lake Gnarl when he was drawn to Hordak by a spell. The second season episode of the 2002 series "The Power of Grayskull" features the Horde in a flashback sequence, as an evil force from Ancient Eternia. At the end of almost every episode, Loo-Kee emerges and asks the viewer if they had seen where he had been hiding. Her stygian abode lies on outskirts the Fright Zone is appropriately called Horror Hall. Kowl's species is never named in the series. His skills were developed due to the influence of his father, The Falcon. Being an "ecomancer", she has total control over plants, allowing her to create vines, trees and vast fields of flora at will without the need of sunlight to maintain her plants. Broom is a sentient broomstick with face and arms who is Madame Razz's friend and can fly enough to serve as her mode of transportation. Grizzlor appears in the Robot Chicken episode "1987", voiced by Seth MacFarlane. Modulok is a multi-bodied monster who can reform himself into thousands of different shapes to confuse his enemies. He appeared in only one episode in Season 2 titled "The Inspector". which portrays him as a kind of urban legend among the Eternians, a product of apparent "tall tales" about a wild man-beast which roams the night stalking its prey. She confessed her love for Adora at the end of season five. When the Horde arrived, these two races called a truce to their feud to unite against them. In one episode, Imp attempts to set up Kowl as a Horde spy, by planting Horde coins in his bed. Shadow Weaver now corrupted by Horde magic ultimately turned her back on Norwyn and Castaspella and joined The Horde forever. Mermista can transform from her mermaid form to a human one. He then destroyed the gem, severing her link with the gem but not before she had taken a third of its power, inducing an irreversible change in her, mentally and physically. His full true form has never been seen, though the episode For Want of a Horse indicates that he has two heads. In this series he is frequently used for comic relief and has a childlike mentality, implying he is not actually evil and has merely been misled by Hordak into helping with his schemes. Entrapta is voiced by Linda Gary in the 1980s series and by Christine Woods in 2018 series. He had a crush on Kartan's daughter Princess Naka-Ra. Unknown Entrapta is a skilled scientist and inventor who is credited with designing advanced equipment for The Horde to employ in their battle against The Great Rebellion. It is at this time that Sweet Bee decides to join the Great Rebellion to fight for their freedom.[16]. Sea Hawk also develops a crush on Princess Adora, revealing that he likes to spend the time with her, and She-Ra is just a fighting partner to him. Species However, this gradually leads to Shadow Weaver's downfall as Catra wins Hordak's favor and replaces her, while Shadow Weaver is imprisoned for violently refusing to relinquish the Black Garnet to her former subordinate. Her tail makes her a powerful fighter but is at times a disadvantage to her as She-Ra has used it several times to hurl her out of the way.