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Siege of Avion is the title of a Masters of the Universe minicomic. It was packaged with Stratos' and Skeletor action figures. The story was written by Michael Halperin and the art was drawn by Alfredo Alcala.

Characters

Heroic Warriors
He-Man, Teela, Man-At-Arms, Stratos
Evil Warriors
Skeletor
Other characters
The Avians, Delora, The Ilkorts, Haramesh

Summary

The Ilkorts, a tribe of monsters who are the mortal enemies of the bird-people of Avion, launch an attack on the people. In spite of He-Man, Teela and Man-At-Arms' resistance, they capture Delora, Stratos' wife. Skeletor uses this confusion to steal the Emerald Staff, Avion's most precious artifact, which enables the people to fly. Without it, the people of Avion will lose this ability.

He-Man, Man-At-Arms, Teela and Stratos form a rescue squad to free Delora and get the staff back. In Snake Mountain, the Ilkorts, Skeletor and several illusions await them. In addition, Skeletor summons Haramesh, a huge monster, using the power of the staff. Skeletor uses his magic to make an army of clone Deloras. He-Man's Power Sword unravels the illusions and Delora is set free. Haramesh proves to be too strong, even for He-Man. In that moment Stratos grabs the staff from Skeletor who loses its power and Haramesh is destroyed and the staff is returned to its rightful place in Avion.

Notes

  • In this minicomic it is established that the people of Avion draw their power of flight from the magical Emerald Staff. Whereas in the later animated series, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, it is stated that the jet packs the people wear draw their power from the Egg of Avion.
  • This story was adapted from the first season cartoon episode "Reign of the Monster".

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