A mere child of twelve years old at the time of Thundera's destruction, Lion-O aged to adulthood during the trip to Third Earth when his suspension capsule failed to prevent him from aging too much. In the latter half of the show's first season, Lion-O has to put all that he has learned to use in the "Anointment Trials", which consist of contests of strength, speed, cunning, and intelligence this last is referred to as "mind-power" in the story arc against each of the other Thundercats. Complicating matters for Lion-O is the fact that he is required to be unarmed for the contests; moreover, the other Thundercats are not permitted to assist him.
The Mutants attempt, but ultimately without success, to take advantage of this last in an effort to leave the Thundercats leaderless. Ultimately triumphing over Mumm-Ra in a final battle "The Trial Of Evil" in the heart of the villain's pyramid in which he discovers that Mumm-Ra, like any Egyptian mummy, is dependent upon his sarcophagus , Lion-O is crowned the true Lord of the Thundercats in a grand inaugural ceremony attended by nearly every inhabitant of Third Earth. In the version, Lion-O is a teenager instead of being a boy inside an adult body. Lion-O can also be a bit of a hothead but is by far the most patient and understanding cat next to Cheetara.
He is the only one at the beginning who believes that technology and Mumm-Ra exist even though technology is sold across Third Earth. Lion-O believes that the other races of Third Earth should be treated equal as seen when Lion-O was defending two persecuted Lizards from some Thunderians until Claudus broke up the fight. His catchphrase is "Whiskers! It is shown that Lion-O had feelings for Cheetara until in "Between Brothers" when she confessed her feelings for Tygra. In "Native Son", it is shown that Lion-O had an unnamed mother who died giving birth to him. In Recipe for Disaster it is shown that Lion-O had attempted to work through his relationship issues with Cheetara by pursuing Pumyra, trying multiple times to court her, all of which ended in disaster.
However, after saving her from Mumm-Ra yet again she gives him a kiss on the cheek in thanks. However, in "What Lies Above Part 2", the feeling was revealed to be an act as she reveals her loyalty and love to Mumm-Ra and only toyed with Lion-O's emotions to further her advantage. He is father of jarrar butt who lives in Pakistan and does not have any MP. Tygra voiced by Peter Newman in the original series, Matthew Mercer in the series is a staunch, level-headed warrior based on the tiger , Tygra is known as the ThunderCat architect and scientist.
He is also gifted with "mind-power"—the ability to create lifelike illusions in other people's minds; he used this for Lion-O's Anointment Trial, but it puts a great strain on him. He uses a whip-like bolas in combat, with which he can render himself invisible to the naked eye. This verifies that indeed, Tygra is the second-in-command. Tygra's weakness is that he is not able to swim when not invisible; also, Tygra has shown to be easily influenced by external stimuli more than any other Thundercat "The Garden of Delights", "Turgamar the Tuska" and "Crystal Canyon" ; he also claimed to be shy when being a kid.
Patient, analytic and calm, Tygra is the most quiet Thundercat, and usually considers every part of the problem before making a decision. Where creators Ted Wolf and Leonard Starr described Panthro's character as being based on "strength" and Cheetara's character as being based on "speed", Tygra's character was described as being based on "integrity".
In the series, the character is the adopted older brother of Lion-O. A flirtatious ladies man, Tygra possesses xenophobia, a jealous streak, and superiority to Lion-O in every way, all of which often serve to cause friction between himself and Lion-O. As he would learn later in the season, Tygra is of the Tiger Clan who were forced, by the spiteful other cat clans, to live in the frozen mountains far from Thundera due to their steadfast continued loyalty to Mumm-Ra even after the latter's entrapment.
Sent to Thundera as a baby by his biological father Javan, Tygra was raised by Claudus and his wife with the latter loving Tygra dearly prior to her death while giving birth to Lion-O. Losing both the right to succeed his foster father and the only mother he knew, Tygra grew to hate Lion-O and questioning the latter's decisions after he became the new Lord of the Thundercats.
Furthermore, Tygra fell in love with Cheetara when they first met as children in the past, although he believed she never returned his feelings for her. Her apparent friendship with Lion-O gave him another reason to bear a grudge on his brother. Tygra and Cheetara eventually become a couple after Cheetara confesses her love for Tygra. Soon after, Tygra meets his birth father and inherits his whip. In "What Lies Above" he is explained to be a natural pilot able to fly any craft without any training at all due to his ancestors serving as pilots under Mumm-Ra.
Panthro voiced by Earle Hyman  in the original series, Kevin Michael Richardson  in the series is the next noble and greatest warrior after Jaga, and based on the panther. He is also physically the strongest and is a cunning warrior in combat, relying as much on martial arts as on physical strength. Panthro is a complex ThunderCat. On the one hand he has great passion, love of family, and life. With an infectious laugh, accompanied by a good sense of humor. On the other hand, he is a stone cold warrior.
He lives by the ThunderCats warrior code. Pride, excellence, and loyalty are a hallmark of what makes Panthro tick. Because of his passion he is known to lose his patience with other ThunderCats. On the field of battle, however, he is cool, calm and collected, although he has a phobia of bats.
Because of this, Panthro has gained respect both from friends and enemies alike. They respect the king, but fear the panther. In combat, he uses a pair of nunchaku with open-away cat-paws, which house several chemical spray-compounds, and objects such as ball bearings, that he can use against foes. The spikes on his chest bands can be used like projectile weapons or as rappelling line used to punish rafay butt,s mom. In the series, Panthro is one of Claudus' more loyal soldiers who was sent with his friend Grune to find the Book of Omens.
Their attempted search resulted with Mumm-Ra's release and Panthro being betrayed by Grune, and ruing a struggle, fell down an abyss and was believed killed.
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However, Panthro survived the fall and constructed the ThunderTank, which he later used to save Lion-O's group from Slythe's platoon. Though he questioned Lion-O's ability to lead, Panthro eventually accepted him as the new king. Unlike the rest of the ThunderCats, he never learned how to swim. Panthro loses his arms while trapping Grune in the astral plane. He was later outfitted with mechanical arms built by the Berbils which can also elongate themselves.
In "The Pit," it was revealed that he was an old friend of Dobo back when they were slaves in a gladiator arena called The Pit which was located in a city that is inhabited by Dogs. Panthro later escaped the Pit when it turned out that the match the next day would be a death match. This caused Dobo to feel bitter towards Panthro, until Panthro revealed the death match would pit him and Dobo against each other. In "What Lies Above" it is revealed Panthro is afraid of heights, which he finds out during the Feliner's first flight.
Cheetara voiced by Lynne Lipton in the original series, Emmanuelle Chriqui  and Grey DeLisle young in the series is a female warrior, based on the cheetah. She is the only adult female ThunderCat until the later appearance of Pumyra. She is as lovely as she is brave and caring. Often a voice of reason, she is also the bearer of a budding "sixth sense," detecting when something is unsafe or if evil is near. This precognitive sense, which Cheetara regards as a curse for the most part, also allows her to perceive visions—whether involuntary or by forcing herself—but can leave her very weak; she may require days to regain her strength.
She has incredible speed, once clocked at m. She can maintain this speed only for brief periods, but with it, she is very fast in combat. Her weapon of choice is a baton that expands into a bo staff that can grow or shrink to variable lengths. When not in use, it is attached to her left armband. The season one episode "Sixth Sense" briefly hinted at the idea of romantic attraction between Cheetara and Lion-O, however the subject was never revisited again in the series. The comic again references the ideas of a possible romance between Cheetara and Lion-O— seemingly expanding on the hints from the episode "Sixth Sense", indicating that feelings may have developed post-cartoon and pre-comics between the two— but indicates that Cheetara had begun to resent Lion-O after the defeat of the ThunderCats by Mumm-Ra and the Mutants and her ensuing enslavement for not coming to her rescue sooner, and her feelings had shifted towards Panthro in the intervening years, whom is hinted to reciprocate her feelings when he and Lion-O manage to rescue her from the Mutants.
In the series, Cheetara is one of the last remaining cleric warriors. When she originally tried to join the Order of Clerics as a child, she was initially turned down by Jaga, because even though she had the speed possessed by clerics, she lacked the patience. Despite being turned down, Cheetara decided to show Jaga she had the patience needed to become a cleric, and began to wait in front of the Order's doors. While waiting, she was given a flower by Tygra, which helped Cheetara sustain herself for days, until Jaga finally allowed her to join the clerics.
In the aftermath of Thundera's downfall, Cheetara's possibly the sole surviving member of the Order, other than Jaga, who lives on in spirit form. Cheetara initially served as an encourager to Lion-O, since she never shunned him for his interest in technology and initially seems to support his kindness to other races. During the first half of the first season, both Tygra and Lion-O harbour romantic feelings for her and competed for her love.
Originally many believed Cheetara held feelings for Lion-O and would choose him, but in the end it's revealed she has always been in love with Tygra since their childhood when he had shown her kindness and support during the days she desired to become a cleric. Cheetara and Tygra become a couple shortly thereafter and Cheetara later abandons her duties as a Cleric in "New Alliances" to save Tygra's life. WilyKit voiced by Lynne Lipton in original series, Madeleine Hall in the series and WilyKat voiced by Peter Newman in original series, Eamon Pirruccello in the series are twin siblings, Kat being the older brother and Kit as the younger sister where both of them are based on the wildcat ; they are jointly referred to as "ThunderKittens" by the other characters, although technically they are older than Lion-O.
In the original series, Kat appears to be the equivalent to a human that is twelve years of age. They are the mischief-makers, and often have their own lessons to learn alongside Lion-O while they live on Third Earth, where they frequently use tricks and traps to combat evil. Kit is the more adventurous, while the older Kat usually errs on the side of caution. Kit also appears to be the more agile, and at times, she employs a rolling-attack against the enemy.
Their agility is often displayed when they ride their "space boards"—specially designed flying devices shaped like Earth surfboards that can carry them over long distances. Each uses special capsules, balls and other gimmick weapons carried in pouches and on their belts. They sometimes use slingshots to fire these at the Mutants or other foes.
They also carry trick lariats, with which they can either tangle and ensnare foes, or use to pull themselves out of danger. In the first episode, they appeared to be slightly older than Lion-O, but when they went into suspended animation, they did not age as far in their suspension capsules as Lion-O did in his. In the version, they are younger in age and were originally from a low-class family in the countryside living with their mother, their father, and their two siblings.
When the two lost their father to a tornado , resulting in the family becoming more down-trodden, the twins resolve to run away from home to find the lost city of El Dara and become rich. However, upon arriving to Thundera, they were forced to become street urchins and lock-picking pickpockets in order to survive the slums with their aspirations the only thing keeping them going. When the Lizards attack Thundera, the two manage to escape during the chaos before eventually teaming up with the ThunderCats on their journey.
In this version, WilyKit and WilyKat have tails, which none of the main adult ThunderCats except Panthro possess how Panthro lost his is never shown nor explained , and visible external ears. Like in the original series, WilyKat possess gimmick weapons with his usual weapon being a grappling hook called a Flick. WilyKit also possesses a special musical instrument called a Flupe that she uses to play a soothing melody that their mother used to hum to the siblings, able to put anyone in a hypnotic trance.
During her time with the Elephants, learning to use her flute to shatter boulders when in tune with the Elephant's trumpets. Over the course of the first half in season one, Wilykit gained a spiritual outlook on life as she and her brother become more involved in their adult companions' fight.
This new outlook allowed the youth to assume Cheetara's abandoned role of Cleric, encouraging Lion-O when he needs it the most. At the start of the series' second season, it was revealed to Lion-O after having a recurring dream about the final moments of the destruction of Thundera that there are three more Thunderians living on Third Earth.
They survived the cataclysm when rescued by a Ro-Bear Berbil scout ship piloted by two Berbils. The ship was damaged in the final explosion of the planet and made it to Third Earth landing on an unknown island somewhere in the northern sea. This was revealed to Lion-O when Cheetara focuses her powers into tapping into this knowledge. After Mumm-Ra tries to capture them to use as bait to destroy the ThunderCats at Firerock Mountain which is where a lot of Thundrainium is located , these three Thunderians are rescued and brought back to the Cat's Lair, where Lion-O anoints them as new ThunderCats.
They initially come to live in Cat's Lair until after the arrival of the Lunataks, at which time they are stationed at the Tower of Omens. Lynx-O voiced by Doug Preis in the original series, Kevin Michael Richardson in the version is the oldest of the trio who is based on the lynx. Lynx-O was spared the sight of the destruction of their homeworld by a cruel twist of fate: a blast of intense heat and fire blinded him moments before he and his two younger companions were rescued, leaving his eyes all orange denoting blindness.
Because of this injury, Lynx-O has had to adapt to survive on Third Earth, and has done so by honing his other senses to super-human levels. His sense of touch, smell, taste and hearing are far above those of the other ThunderCats, and this affords him a type of "sixth sense," though it is not like the one Cheetara possesses.
Though blind, Lynx-O is still a formidable fighter. His sense of touch allows him to find pressure points on a foe's body to knock them off balance or stun them. He can also feel vibrations, which allow him to evade attacks and capture, and can use a Sonic Reflector as a weapon in combat. His greatest skill comes in utilizing a special " braille board"—a device that allows him to translate information coming from sensor systems inside the Tower of Omens, enabling him to see into the gloom of Dark Side. This same device also allows him to pilot the ThunderStrike aircraft through the Valley of Mists when the ThunderCats need to find a way through to Dark Side.
In the series, Lynx-O is a general under Claudus. He first made a cameo as one of Thundera's lookout sentries. It is unknown as to whether or not he survived Thundera's destruction. If there was a season two, it would have depicted Lynx-O's history with Slithe and show how the Lizards sided with Mumm-Ra. Bengali voiced by Peter Newman is one of the two younger Thundereans among the trio, named after the bengal tiger and resembling the white variant. This warrior is a skilled blacksmith like his father before him.
This talent proves valuable after the Sword of Omens is once again broken. Fast and agile like Tygra, Bengali is called "brother" by him, but it is unclear if they share a true familial bond or if the greeting is merely meant as a term of endearment given that the new ThunderCats repeatedly call the originals "Nobles" while referring to themselves as "mere Thunderians," it seems unlikely that there is any family relationship between the two.
Another possibility is that because they are both tigers, the Ben-Gal clan may be cousins to the Tygra clan, even though one is considered nobility while the other is not. In combat, Bengali wields a weapon called the Hammer of Thundera which he also uses when doing blacksmith-related work.
It can shoot energy blasts, and carries smoke pellets in its handle, to allow him to cause confusion and provide cover for withdrawal from a fight. He is the only ThunderCat who does not appear in the series, although according to the creators if the show had continued, he would have appeared in the second season as the son of Tygra and Cheetarah.
Pumyra voiced by Gerrianne Raphael in the original series, Pamela Adlon in the series is another female Thunderian along with Cheetara and WilyKit. This young woman who is based on the puma is a talented healer and medic. She uses her knowledge of Thunderian medicine, combined with the wide range of medicinal supplies to be found on Third Earth, to help heal and cure her fellow ThunderCats. Her compassionate nature lends to offering an alternative perspective, solving problems or conflict without fighting by using compromise and understanding. Possibly the most agile ThunderCat next to the ThunderKittens, Pumyra employs an incredible leaping ability—often able to vault higher than even great jumpers like Tygra or the ThunderKittens.
She was also shown to be able to move in short bursts of super-speed while moving fast she resembled a flash of lightning darting from place to place. In combat, she uses a special whipcord, which resembles a "cat's tail," that can launch special pellets and spheres like an ancient sling. Pumyra's role gradually decreased after her role in the first two movies. In the series, Pumyra is portrayed as bitter, spiteful, passionate, independent, agile, sly, and manipulative. She takes over Tygra's role of questioning Lion-O's decisions. However, unlike Tygra, Pumyra easily manipulates Lion-O to side with her.
Pumyra originally fought against the lizards during the fall of Thundera before being wounded and left to die under rubble.
In her final moments, she witnessed Lion-O fleeing the city. Pumyra died hateful and resentful towards Lion-O and company for abandoning Thundera while they failed to hear her pleas for help.
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Sensing her strong hatred, Mumm-Ra resurrected Pumyra to give her a second chance in life, serving him as his spy, placing her among the captive Thunderian slaves to be sold to Dobo. From there, meeting Lion-O and managing to keep her need for revenge in check when she is unable to finish off Lion-O, Pumyra earns his trust and love while serving as a beacon for Mumm-Ra to regain the Sword of Plun-Darr and track the Thundercats' movement. Lion-O viewed Pumyra as a possible love interest, and makes several attempts to impress her which usually result in her being injured, captured or humiliated.
Although Pumyra often rejects Lion-O, on rare occasions she displays acts of affection to keep him obsessed with her. It was during the siege of Avista that Pumyra reveals her true colors by giving the Tech Stone to Mumm-Ra, who she calls her true master and love. According to the creators, Pumyra would've turned into a wicked Insectoid due to her hunger for more power had the show gotten a second season. Claudus ruled Thundera before its destruction. He lost his sight during a war he fought against the mutants of Plun-Darr. In the episode "Return to Thundera," Lion-O is transported back in time to Thundera the day before it was destroyed.
He later rescued his father from past versions of Slithe and Vultureman who were attempting to recover plans for a War-Bot that had fallen into the hands of Claudus's spies. He then proceeded to give these plans to Lion-O, who used them in the present to destroy the mutants' War-Bot. Believed to have died on Thundera while assisting the royal flagship in taking off, he was later found to have been captured by the Shadowmaster.
Through a sequence of nightmares, Lion-O eventually learns from Jaga of his father's imprisonment in the Shadow Realm and is able to rescue him. Claudus is currently with Jaga in the afterlife. In the series, Claudus is a stern father to Lion-O and the adoptive father of Tygra. He had a wife who died giving birth to Lion-O. When Grune and Panthro had fought bravely to get promoted to general, Claudus told them that he has given the job to Lynx-O.
He was the one who sent Panthro and Grune to find the Book of Omens. When Lion-O was fighting off some Thunderians who were beating up two imprisoned Lizards where Lion-O was assisted by Tygra and Cheetara , Claudus arrived to break up the fight. He was convinced by Lion-O to let the Lizards go free and back to their homeland. Lion-O, Cheetara, and Tygra later hold a funeral pyre for him after escaping with the Sword of Omens. When the planet of Thundera is reformed in Season Two of the series by Mumm-Ra in a plot to claim the Sword of Plun-Darr, the ThunderCats must work to stabilize the planet before it can tear itself apart again.
It is here that they discover another ThunderCat and gain additional allies. Jagara voiced by Gerrianne Raphael is found deep within the core of New Thundera. This powerful, ancient ThunderCat like Jaga, based on the jaguar is an immortal sorceress. Her duty is to guard the massive gyroscope that keeps the planet intact. She uses the powers of levitation, teleportation, and psychokinesis to perform her tasks, and to defend the gyroscope from attackers.
It is noted by Jaga no relation that she has been acting in this capacity for countless years. The Snarfs are a race of intelligent cat -like creatures that are plump, fuzzy and kind. Snarfs are native to Thundera, living in the Valley of Snarfs, and many of their number act as servants to Thunderean nobility, happily working as cooks, nursemaids, squires and so forth. When Thundera was destroyed, forty-nine Snarfs were able to commandeer a Mutant tanker and made their way to an uninhabited planet which they took as their own, dubbing it the "Planet of Snarfs".
Later, when Mumm-Ra recreated Thundera, he captured the Snarfs and brought them back to their home planet, putting them to work searching for the Treasure of Thundera. Subsequently, liberated by the ThunderCats, the Snarfs returned to living happily on Thundera. Snarfs are the only creatures in the Universe incapable of evil except while possessed , although in episode , Snarf becomes corrupt with the power to control the other ThunderCats.
Quick and clever, a Snarf is a loyal friend, though their small size often makes them a target for Mutants or other evil creatures. The Snarfs have proved to be valuable allies to the ThunderCats in times of peril. This ability has enabled the Snarfs to save the other ThunderCats on several occasions.
Snarfs are known to end their sentences with the squeaking exclamation for which they are named—"snarf, snarf! Snarf served as a nursemaid and protector for Lion-O when he was a boy. Despite his age, he does keep up with the others. Even though not a fighter by skill or nature, Snarf is very agile he boasts he can outplay anyone at tailbail or kick-the-bucket. He also can communicate with other animals on Third Earth to enlist their help in his tasks, and once even tricked the Ancient Spirits of Evil into giving him a power-up to become a being called Snarf-Ra.
In the version, Snarf is more of a pet to Lion-O and does not speak English but can make animal sounds though it seems Lion-O can still understand him. In later episodes, he goes "Snarf". He was thought lost when Thundera exploded, but was one of the surviving Snarfs that made it to the Planet of Snarfs. Slightly more aggressive than his uncle, Snarfer is a keen mechanic and pilot in his own right, having been educated at "Snarf College" while majoring in Snarf-Studies Snarf once said he was a "college boy". He does tend to babble when over-excited, but at times he can be just as level-headed as Tygra.
Though smaller than Snarf, he does not allow that to get in his way when he wants to help friends. It was through him that the ThunderCats learned, much to their surprise, that Snarf's real name was Osbert—and that he hated the name. Oswald was originally mentioned by Snarf during the first season, noting that he owed him "fifty thunder-dollars.
The Robear Berbils are partly furred robot- bears from the planet Ro-Bear. Small and harmless-looking, the Berbils are steadfast, hardy workers and skilled farmers, cooks and craftsmen. It was thanks to them that Tygra was able to build Cat's Lair—and later the Tower of Omens—so quickly.
Apparently, the Robear Berbils are cybernetic organisms , as they are able to eat and digest organic food. These robot-bears are the first to befriend the ThunderCats and often supply information about local places, people and phenomena on Third Earth. Through their fields and forests of fruit trees, they are also able to provide the Thundereans with new foodstuffs. When they were first encountered, the ThunderCats protected the Berbil's candy fruit crops from the Trollogs and the Giantors.
Their ship was damaged upon evading the explosion of Thundera and landed on an island on Third Earth since it didn't have any more power to get back to the Berbil Village. The two Berbils alongside the other three ThunderCats ends up landing on an uninhabited island where they lived until they were caught by Hammerhand and his pirates.
The two Berbils were later rescued by the ThunderCats and assumed to have been reunited with the other Berbils. In the series, the Berbils are shown to be more bear-like and have an ability to roll up into balls. The Berbils made themselves known to the ThunderCats when they helped to repair the Thunder Tank and give them food. Panthro was against their cute appearance first until it came to repairing Ro-Bear-Bill following an attack by the Conquedor who had been abducting Berbils and selling them as slaves.
The Berbils later help in constructing Panthro's new arms and upgrading the Thunder Tank. In "What Lies Above" Pt. After Avista was safely landed on the ground, the Berbils began working to get Avista operational again. The Warrior Maidens are a race of barefoot Amazon women who live in the forests of what is called the Tree-Top Kingdom. They are fierce fighters and very territorial. At first distrustful of the ThunderCats whom they view as aliens , the Warrior Maidens soon treat them as friends.
Often, Nayda and Willa are the two who have the most contact with the ThunderCats. While some of the Warrior Maidens resemble Native Americans , other Warrior Maidens have different skin tone, whereas some of the Warrior Maidens have red hair. The Wolos are small, furry people who have small villages all around the habitable places of Third Earth. The Wolos work as farmers , carpenters , and fishermen. The Wolos often use donkeys for their transportation.
They are gentle folk who often turn to the ThunderCats for protection. In the series, the Wolos pronounced "Wallow" in the reboot are shown to have rodent-like teeth.cofuberfa.ml
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The Bolkins are sheep -like people, similar to the Wolos. They are herdspeople and farmers who are just as likely to call for help from the ThunderCats. Bundun and Hurrick are two Bolkins, who are friends with each other, accidentally released the spirit of Grune the Destroyer when they were trying to escape from the bad weather. The Tabbuts are a race of wealthy yet greedy traders who often appeared as allies of the mutants. They resemble one-horned humanoid pigs in appearance.
A ninja that worked for Mumm-Ra once assumed the form of a Tabbut. Exclusive to the series, the Fishmen are one of the native sentient species of Third Earth and resembled humanoid fish -like creatures. Fishmen sub-species are mostly based in appearance on the Ostariophysi -based fish and include carps , suckerfish , loaches , goldfish , and minnows. A group of their kind lived in a paradise oasis, somewhere in the Sand Sea until their home was attacked by the massive Ramlak, which consumed all the water of their home.
With their home destroyed, Captain Koinelius Tunar, became fixated on getting revenge on the creature and assembled a crew of Fishmen along with a ship to hunt it down. Their journey saw them encounter the ThunderCats, under Lion-O who they captured, and initially attempted to flay as well as eat until the Ramlak attacked. Upon seeing the courage of Lion-O, Captain Tunar decided to let the ThunderCats live and asked for their help in slaying the beast. Ultimately, the Fishmen's ship was destroyed by the Ramlak and Captain Tunar was killed but Lion-O managed to slay the creature leading to all the captured water being released into the Sand Sea thus creating an oasis for the Fishmen.
The Fishmen thanked Lion-O, assuring him that Tunar's death was his own doing and was beyond help, and decided to remain behind at their new home. Exclusive to the series, the Elephants are a giant grey-skinned race brought to Third Earth when the black pyramid fell alongside the other Animals that Mumm-Ra enslaved.
A normally passive race that rarely fights, the Elephants are spiritualists who don't have much of a good memory and can speak in an Indian accent. When the ThunderCats encounter their colony while on their search for the Warstones, the Elephants reveal that they have one yet forgot the item's exact location in their village. The ThunderCats were able to save the village and its people from the Lizards occupation, with the Elephants later coming to conclusion to aid in fending off the invading forces.
Many of the Dogs have bitter feelings towards the Thunderians while some others lived in Thundera's slums as second class citizens prior to the city's fall. Normally living in the Dog City within the desert, the Dogs own a variety of ramshackle bazaars and bars. They also have a gladiatorial arena know colloquially as "The Pit" which is part of their justice system as criminals are made slaves unless if the slaves were bought from someone else to fight against each other in combat until they have either paid their debt with wins or have died in battle.
Exclusive to the series, the Birdmen are a species of humanoid birds brought to Third Earth when the black pyramid fell alongside the other Animals that Mumm-Ra enslaved. They are the most culturally, artistically, and technologically advanced race on Third Earth, living in a democratic style of society in the tree top Bird Nation, as well as the majestic city in the sky Avista. They are fair, hospitable, and generous, but they are also arrogant, believing that the other Animals are primitive and unsophisticated, and thus not worthy of their spare time. Technology provides for their every practical need, but they can also fly under their own natural wing power.
Like the Dogs and the Fishmen, the Birds have many diverse sub-species such as birds of prey , crows , ravens , pigeons , parrots , geese , magpies , storks , ducks , pelicans , macaws , cockatoos , mockingbirds , catbirds , doves , cranes , and many more.
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Addicus the Monkey committed vile crimes against the less technological Bird Nation, and was caught and sentenced to death only to be saved at the last moment by Slithe the Lizard. He then proceeded to murder and eat the Birds present at his intended execution as he was promised a "last meal. After the Cats failed to get the Stone following an unfair racing challenge in the air, they tracked the Stone themselves to the core power chamber of Avista.
Badly wounded, he continued to command the battle for the next hour from a shell hole and insisted on filing his report at division headquarters before being taken to the evacuation hospital. When the Purple Heart was reinstituted in , Patton was awarded the honor for his combat wounds. On July 28, , Patton received orders from U. General Dwight Eisenhower believed Patton too undisciplined to lead the Allied invasion of Normandy, particularly after the impulsive Patton slapped two shell-shocked soldiers under his command in an Italian field hospital in August Even weeks after D-Day, the Germans continued to amass troops at Pas de Calais expecting that Patton would still come ashore there.
He also served as a county clerk, a county supervisor and a state senator. Mount Wilson in the San Gabriel Mountains is named in his honor. Patton was one of the top swordsmen at West Point and among the foremost fencers in the United States. But if you see something that doesn't look right, click here to contact us!
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