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In his self-titled episode, Turmagar comes to the ThunderCats for help against the Technopede. In "Catfight," Mumm-Ra disguised himself as the Tuska in order to incite in-fighting between the original ThunderCats and the new ones.
The Unicorn Keepers are two unknown humanoids that serve as the caretakers of the Unicorn Forest where they look over the forest's unicorns.
Although the male Unicorn Keeper and the female Unicorn Keeper voiced by Lynne Lipton are married, they are never referred to by their real name.
They first appeared in "The Terror of Hammerhand" where they befriend the ThunderCats upon them coming to their aid when Hammerhand and his pirates have been poaching the unicorns.
Wizz-Ra is a powerful wizard from ancient Egypt , banished to an alternate dimension after he lost a battle to Mumm-Ra.
His helmet has the ability of mind-control and is sought by Mumm-Ra after it is discovered that the wall of the Seventh Dimension is weak enough after 7, years for him to appear in Cheetara's bedchamber.
He aids the ThunderCats after they help him to recover his helmet, and then is forced to return to his dimension prison, though not before promising Cheetara they would meet again in her dreams.
Char is a four-armed alien garbage scavenger and blacksmith who encounters Snarf as he was trying to bring the damaged pieces of the Sword of Omens back to Ben-Gali.
Char wants the sword for himself, but Snarf tricks him into repairing it which causes the sword to mystically return to Lion-O. Char later apologizes for his actions and becomes an ally of the ThunderCats.
Screwloose is a bungling robot whom the ThunderCats enlist to assist Jagara in the repair of the Gyroscope. Mumm-Ra replaces Screwloose's brain module with one of his own creation, causing the robot to alternate between good and evil behavior.
In the end, Screwloose remains behind on New Thundera to help Jagara maintain the gyroscope. Mumm-Ra voiced by Earl Hammond in the original series, Robin Atkin Downes in the series — The chief villain and antagonist of the ThunderCats, the demon-priest Mumm-Ra is the self-proclaimed "ever-living source of evil" on Third Earth, having powers of sorcery and an apparently unlimited lifespan.
He is in fact a servant to the Ancient Spirits of Evil who provide him with increased power and virtual immortality to further his pursuit of spreading their dark influence throughout Third Earth.
Residing within the Black Pyramid amid the ruins of what appears to be an ancient Egyptian civilization, Mumm-Ra exists in a decayed, weakened mummified form that must return to a stone sarcophagus to replenish his energy.
He can transform himself into a far more vigorous and muscular form—Mumm-Ra, the Ever-Living—by reciting the incantation: He can also alter his physical form into a variety of alter-egos to deceive his enemies.
Seemingly invincible in whatever form he chooses, Mumm-Ra appears to have a singular weakness: However, at the beginning of the second season, the Ancient Spirits of Evil revoked this shortcoming.
Mumm-Ra is a master of deception, and will use whatever means necessary to fight against the forces of good. In later episodes, while endowing Mumm-Ra with his powers, the statues of the Ancient Spirits of Evil came down from their perches to extend their arms over him.
In addition, Mumm-Ra has the ability to shapeshift , which he uses to create disguises and deceive the ThunderCats on various occasions. He once took the form of King Arthur to acquire the legendary magic sword Excalibur , using it against the Sword of Omens.
In this manifestation, Mumm-Ra absorbs the entire power of the Ancient Spirits of Evil to become grander in size and strength, and the design pattern on his loin cloth changes, as does his voice.
This form is only presented in the series three times. In another incarnation, invoking "the Ancient Spirits of the Dream World" to transform himself into "Mumm-Ra the Dream Master", he is able to enter dreams to subliminally influence the ThunderCats in their sleep as a form of mind control.
Mumm-Ra is regarded as immortal, and when defeated, he simply returns to his sarcophagus. Mumm-Ra cannot be truly killed; even in cases where his body is destroyed, he will eventually be restored, as he often states: In later episodes, when the Ancient Spirits of Evil were increasingly disappointed with Mumm-Ra's repeated failures, they demanded he destroy the ThunderCats or else he would be forcefully removed.
They dimensionally banish Ma-Mutt as an example. In one episode, it was said that Mumm-Ra once owned the Sphere of Seti which increased his power.
When he managed to recover it after it was found by Char, he planned to use it to increase his power and free himself from servitude to Ancient Spirits of Evil.
Angered at his plot as well as at his deceptive attempts to hide it, the Ancient Spirits seal off the Black Pyramid, forcing Mumm-Ra to choose between sustenance the pyramid or power the sphere.
Ultimately, Mumm-Ra admits that he cannot survive without the pyramid—thus he begrudgingly surrenders the sphere and once again becomes the slave of the Ancient Spirits.
According to the first chapter on Wildstorm 's comic Thundercats Origins: Heroes and Villains , Mumm-Ra's origin is set in ancient Egypt.
The friendship made with the pharaoh was so close and enduring that the sovereign actually considered him as part of his family. To achieve his goal, he invoked the presence of the Ancient Spirits of Evil for the first time by using four magical runes, representing each one of the four evil beings.
Once the spirits appeared, he requested a small part of their power in order to defeat the powerful pharaoh's army. In exchange, he would rule all Egypt in their name as a humble servant.
The Ancient Spirits agreed to help him and Wahankh was invested with evil powers, becoming an immortal sorcerer and demon-priest in their service, while his entire body mutated into a cadaverous grey form.
Finally, a new name was given to him: Knowing about this betrayal, the pharaoh immediately faced the monstrous and grotesque being.
Trusting his new powers, Mumm-Ra ordered the pharaoh to bow down and proclaimed himself the new master of the realm. Nonetheless, the pharaoh's son confronted him and quickly managed to outmaneuver Mumm-Ra in battle, defeating him.
Without being aware that Mumm-Ra was actually immortal, the pharaoh spared him the fate of dying at the stake for his treachery. Considering all his years of service, the pharaoh instead granted him a merciful, religious death being locked as a mummy in an onyx pyramid's giant burial chamber.
The pharaoh's son, knowing about Mumm-Ra's never-ending life, took joy in imprisoning him for seemingly all eternity. In the darkness, Mumm-Ra begged for the help of the Ancient Spirits once again, but they denied it due to his incompetence in using those powers they had previously granted him.
Instead, they ordered him to build four large statues on the chamber to praise them, a task that would take at least years to be accomplished.
Only then they would grant him the power to break free by turning into an eternal and overwhelming warrior, capable of defeating any pharaoh.
Before the TV series storyline, at some point he fulfilled the work, receiving the ability to become Mumm-Ra, the Ever-Living.
In the version, Mumm-Ra is an Ancient Spirit of Evil employed by the Ancient Spirits of Evil confirmed by series Art Director Dan Norton with changes including demon wings on his Ever-Living form, a larger body, and a weakness to intensely bright light.
His ultimate goal is universal domination and enforcing his ideal order on it. Centuries prior to the new series, Mumm-Ra used advanced technology and magic at his disposal to enslave the ancestors of the ThunderCats and the Animals into serving him so he would gather the Four Powerstones from various planets to place on the Sword of Plun-Darr, a weapon forged from a star he had collapse at the cost of the entire Plun-Darr galaxy.
But managing to take the Warstone which would become the Eye of Thundera while staging a rebellion with the Animals' help, the ThunderCat Leo defeats Mumm-Ra and strips him of the other Powerstones.
But when Mumm-Ra's pyramid spacecraft was pulled into Third Earth's atmosphere, Mumm-Ra entered his tomb to bide his time for everyone else to die in the resulting crash.
However, the controls were smashed and Mumm-Ra was trapped within his pyramid as the stones and survivors spread across Third Earth.
However, many centuries later, Mumm-Ra used Grune to release him from his prison and masterminded Thundera's downfall. With the aid of Grune and Slythe, Mumm-Ra not only plans to obtain the Eye of Thundera, but to regain the other three Powerstones in order to get to the Sword of Plundarr and the remaining stones.
Mumm-Ra also resurrected Pumyra to serve him and planted her amongst the Thunderian slaves. After Grune ends up trapped in the Astral Plane, Mumm-Ra has Slithe recruit the homicidal Addicus and sociopathic Kaynar to not only restore the Lizard army morale and punish any who quit, but also increase their numbers with members of the new generals' respective races.
Ma-Mutt is a demonic Bulldog that is Mumm-Ra's pet. While incapable of speech because of his canine physiology, he appears to be a sapient being of roughly human intelligence.
He has demonstrated the ability to fly as well as to grow in size and seems to have greatly enhanced strength. Ma-Mutt also harnesses the same shapeshifting capabilities as Mumm-Ra.
The Ancient Spirits of Evil voiced by Earle Hyman in the original series, Jim Cummings and Kevin Michael Richardson in the series are four dark spirits summoned by Mumm-Ra, who represent the incarnation of malicious evil.
They are both the source of Mumm-Ra's powers and his eternal masters. They communicate with him through the cauldron and giant anthropomorphic statues of a boar , vulture , crocodile , and ox.
The Ancient Spirits of Evil often provide Mumm-Ra with a source of knowledge of ancient or magical events. They are however, incapable of interacting with the physical realm outside of the Black Pyramid and thus must rely on Mumm-Ra or other beings to serve as avatars of their power or enact their influence accordingly.
In the episode Doomgaze,  it is hinted that the Ancient Spirits of Evil are of the same race as H. In the version, the statues of the Ancient Spirits of Evil that are in Mumm-Ra's chamber are made to resemble a lizard , a jackal , a monkey , and a vulture.
The Ancient Spirits played a role in the creation of both the Sword of Plun-Darr, possessing a Thunderian blacksmith to forge the weapon, and the Sword of Omens, due to the blacksmith retaining the spirits' knowledge to forge a weapon similar to the previous creation.
In "Native Son," it is revealed that the Ancient Spirits have been worshiped by the Tiger Clan after their ancestors were driven off to the mountains due to their loyalty to Mumm-Ra.
When the Tiger Clan was on the verge of dying out from an epidemic, the spirits offer to cure them in return that the newborn Tygra who would grow up to become an enemy to Mumm-Ra and themselves be sacrificed.
When Javan refused to honor his end of the pact, the Ancient Spirits bound the souls of the Tiger Clan to the living world as shape-shifting shadow monsters that obey their every command.
Some years later, a fully-grown Tygra found his way back to his ancestral home and freed his kin of the curse.
The Mutants are creatures who are the first villains seen in the series, originating from the planet Plun-Darr.
They are the long-time enemies of the Thunderians. Later in the series, it is revealed that events that stemmed from their unsuccessful invasion of Thundera ultimately led to the destruction of that planet.
Not content to see the Thunderians lose their homeworld, the Mutants chased after the survivors, using their spaceships to devastate the Thunderian fleet and seeming to destroy the majority of the doomed planet's escaping populace.
They were repelled and retreated to later relocate the crashed flagship on Third Earth. It was here that Mumm-Ra's power grounded the Mutant ship, and they were forced to follow his demands once he sank their vessel beneath the desert sands.
Though they exhibited an extraordinary incompetence that was characteristic of most cartoon villains, the Mutants managed to construct their own fortress, which they called Castle Plun-Darr after their homeworld, and salvage equipment from their downed spaceship to build weapons and vehicles that they could use on Third Earth e.
There was an inconsistency on how many mutants were actually on Third Earth as some episodes had a small army guarding Castle Plun-Darr.
But in most episodes, only Slithe, Monkian, Jackalman, and Vultureman, who appeared shortly after the initial few episodes as he was not present during the attack on the Thunderian flagship, were seen.
They would later be joined by Rataro, a general in the mutant armies who possessed magical weapons of his own, and who was generally more competent than the primary four mutants, though he was no more successful against the Thundercats than the other mutants were.
In the series, the Mutants are referred to as "Animals" which their surviving ancestors brought to Third Earth after aiding Lion-O's ancestor Leo in defeating Mumm-Ra.
However, while four of the races obtain a stone that made them each a power, the other animals were ultimately outmatched by the Cats and pitted against each other until the Lizards managed to salvage lost technology and ransacked Thundera with help from Mumm-Ra and Grune.
Although he lacks sophistication, his intuitive cunning is considerable. Domineering and impatient, Slithe often must browbeat the other Mutants into going along with his plans.
Unlike Jackalman and Monkian whose appearances are identical to other mutants of their kind , Slithe stands out from other Reptilians because of his ears and broader build.
He pilots the Nosediver. Slithe served as Rataro's cook earlier in his career, and he retains a discriminating palate. In the series, though a descendant of the Lizards that were enslaved by him, Slithe serves Mumm-Ra in order for his kind to take revenge on the Thunderians for generations of persecution.
The Lizards have been at war with the Thunderians during their history. In "New Alliances," some of the Lizards that worked for Slithe have been deserting Mumm-Ra causing Slithe to prosecute any that he catches.
Khamai voiced by James Arnold Taylor is a chameleon -like lizard who is exclusive to the TV series. He leads a special squad of Lizards and works closely to Slithe.
Khamai is killed by Lion-O. He served as Slithe's scout lieutenant. He is Slithe's scout. Jackalman voiced by Larry Kenney in the series, Dee Bradley Baker in the series is a cautious and distrustful coward who leads the Jackalmen , a race of humanoid jackals.
Though he is one to take any advantage presented to him, Jackalman often sides with Slythe to keep from being the scapegoat when plans fail. He also pilots a Skycutter.
In the series, though Slythe called him a "Jackalman", his real name is Kaynar. A deranged psychopath who was about to be placed in solitary confinement within a Dog prison, Kaynar is recruited by Slithe to be one of Mumm-Ra's new generals.
Though preferring his cell, Kaynar accepts Slithe's proposal when he mentions that he can slaughter ThunderCats while allowed to "say goodbye" to his jailers.
Prior to his debut, Kaynar's kind was seen in the episode "Legacy. Monkian voiced by Peter Newman in the series, Robin Atkin Downes in the series is a shifty no-good eavesdropper who is the excitable leader of the Simians referred to as Monkeys in the series , a race of ape men.
He often plays the role of scout for the Mutants, and is frequently the first to run from danger. Monkian typically uses his flail and projectile-firing shield when in combat.
He pilots one of the Skycutters. In the series, though Slythe called him a "Monkian", his real name is Addicus. Addicus is a bloodthirsty barbarian who committed crimes against the Bird Nation and was sentenced to a death drop from high up in his captors' domain.
However, Addicus is rescued from the fall by Slithe and recruited to be one of Mumm-Ra's new generals. Accepting the proposal, Addicus is allowed to get his revenge on the Bird Nation as Addicus states that they "owe him a last meal.
Vultureman voiced by Earl Hammond in the series, Michael McKean in the series is a crafty, vulture -like opportunist who serves as chief inventor and mechanical know-it-all for the Mutants.
His skills with both machines and science make him frequently indispensable, but he is more often than not blamed when his devices or machines fail to live up to Slithe's expectations In one episode, he grew tired of this and activated a hidden self-destruct mechanism in every single machine and vehicle the Mutants used, telling them that if his work was really so bad, then "See how you do without them!
As befits a scientist, Vultureman is inquisitive and open-minded, frequently leaving him odd-man-out among his more barbaric peers.
Much later, he decides to work for his own gains, and he often strikes solo deals with Mumm-Ra. He pilots a vulture-styled Flying Machine, carries a crossbow-shaped weapon, and later commands weapons like the Mutank and Thundrainium Cannon.
Unlike the other mutants, Vultureman was not introduced in the opening episode of the series, but a flashback reveals him working with Slithe years earlier.
In the series, he is renamed Vultaire and is a prefect of Avista a floating futuristic city in the sky. Like the other birds in this series, Vultaire is shown with wings on his back where the 80's version didn't have wings.
Vultaire's ancestors were entrusted with the Tech Stone by Leo and used it to build Avista with the stone's power keeping Avista afloat.
Like many of his kind, Vultaire is arrogant and sees himself above those who live on the land, especially the ThunderCats whom he considers to be manipulative barbarians.
When the ThunderCats arrive to Avista for the Tech Stone, Vultaire accepted Tigra's challenge for the item to obtain the two stones in his group's possession.
But upon losing, Vultaire refuses to honor his end of the deal and places ThunderCats under house arrest.
He was momentarily held hostage by Pumrya in order to gain access to the Tech Stone. However, Vultaire purposely left the security system active as it knocked out Pumyra while having his Ravenman guards escort the ThunderCats to be thrown out of Avista with the trash before Mumm-Ra's forces make their move.
Though aiding the ThunderCats in fighting off Mumm-Ra's army, Vultaire betrays his fellow Avistans and aligns himself with Mumm-Ra upon witnessing his power firsthand.
Vultaire shoots down Tygra and then quotes to Addicus "the enemy of my enemy is my friend. This portly rodent is considered the most cunning and evil of all the Mutants.
His flagship the Ratstar is a powerful war machine. Though it crashes, Ratar-O salvages parts to make a Mutank to continue the fight.
He is strong and wields the Rat's Eye a pair of kris-style daggers which have two mystical gems embedded in their hilts that he can use to fire energy blasts, levitate foes and even fly through the air.
Though Ratilla used the item to turn his people into a power equal to the ThunderCats, the Sword of Plun-Darr corrupted his mind before Jaga is forced to kill him in order to seal the weapon away in what becomes Mount Plun-Darr.
As the weapon's whereabouts are unknown to Mumm-Ra, Ratar-O buys the Thunderian survivors from the Lizards to use as slaves to mine for the Sword of Plun-Darr and obtain it for him due to the curse Jaga placed on it that kills any who attempt to retrieve it.
Mordax voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson is an eyepatch-wearing mouse who is exclusive to the series and Ratar-O's abused second-in-command.
Mordax later turn against Ratar-O, refusing to kill Lion-O and by returning the Sword of Omens to him before making his escape.
Hailing from the Moons of Plun-Darr, the Lunataks are vile beings who were once feared criminals in ancient times. They were encased in molten rock by Mumm-Ra when they attempted to take control of Third Earth.
Mumm-Ra later had the Mutants release them on the condition that they work for him to battle the ThunderCats.
However, the Lunataks instead form their own "third column" based in Dark Side where they build a massive floating fortress called Sky Tomb from which they strike against all of Third Earth.
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They have a habit of repeating certain words or phrases three times. The original Berserkers resembled Vikings and were apparently all killed when their ship was sunk.
By the Season 2 mini-series "ThunderCats-Ho! Grune the Destroyer voiced by Bob McFadden in the original series, Clancy Brown in the series is an anthropomorphized saber-toothed tiger in appearance.
However, his lust for power and greed turned him renegade against his fellow ThunderCats, forcing Jaga to fight him in a titanic battle that lasted for days.
Grune was defeated by Jaga, then banished and sent into exile in space. He wields a mace and possesses immense super-human strength.
Eventually his spacecraft landed on Third Earth and he began terrorizing its natives until, many years later, he was defeated by unknown means and sealed away inside a tomb which was covered with a stone slab and a tree to prevent others from opening it.
At some point, Grune lost one of his fangs. A mystic seal in place over the doorway to his tomb kept Grune from causing further havoc after his death, until several centuries later, when a pair of Bolkins accidentally released his spirit in the episode Ghost Warrior.
Once freed, the ghost of Grune seeks out the ThunderCats and attacks them. He toys with the ThunderCats briefly before departing the Cats' Lair and attacking a city on Third Earth and demanding "Fire Rocks" the Third earth name for Thundranium, which Grune had become immune to for unknown reasons, despite being Thunderian in origin from them.
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