The beginning of the Trollan Invasion of Eternia. Dree Elle is blown into
Eternia and has more adventures than she wants.
Associated Artwork (spoiler alert!):
Feathers - A children's game.
Carry Me Back - or Flying for Two.
A Grim Scene - Magic isn't fun when it's
being done to you.
Pinata Party - Well, this didn't actually
happen, but it'd be funny if it did. B&W.
Denouement - Out of danger, but not out of
the woods yet.
Goodbye - Happy ending? (The background
and portal come from the game Hexen.)
Part two of the Trollan Invasion. Dree Elle returns, with a few Trollan sorcerers
who have their own agendas.
final third part of The Trollan Trilogy. Montork arrives to clean up some loose
- Actually, this is "J-E-N-O-V-A" from the Final Fantasy 7 soundtrack.
It always seemed to me to be a good battle theme for D'Sparil. 211K, zipped
Orko and Dree Elle take a big step - all the way back to Trolla. Meanwhile,
He-Man deals with an unruly goddess.
- A "soulcatcher," a priestess who shepherds souls. For naturally
magically inclined creatures like Trollans, that's a less nebulous task
than you'd think.
Not The Boss of Me! Normally Dree Elle is very even-tempered, but there
are a few people who can really push her buttons.
- A spirit, a goddess - what is she? Heck if she knows, but that's He-Man's
problem, not hers.
Food - A happy little scene on Trolla starring an adorable little girl
and a scary giant serpent.
- Orko does some heavy magic while Battle Cat wishes he were anyplace else.
2 - Updated her design a little. I hope bark doesn't chafe.
- Kind or a remake of Little Man, You've Had a Busy Day,
but more story-specific.
We've seen the Snake Men, but where are the snake women?
- Hebi - an Ophidian redshirt.
- a less-hardcore-looking Ophidian.
- The Boss. Well, of a clan, anyway.
When people run around swinging swords, someone's bound to get
hurt. And when you're fighting in The Struggle Of Good Against Evil, you will
get your hands dirty.
- Another Ophidian. A male this time.
Skeletor has a new plot to capture castle Grayskull, and The Order of The
Gash has its own plans. History repeats itself in many ways.
Eyes - Orko gives Montork an eye exam. It's hard to write non-spoilerous
as Aerith - Reacting to the above. Please don't ask about the costume.
- Queen Snake
- The first real Snake Woman.
- Some women get scary around babies.
- a member of the Crimson Council, introduced in this story.
2 - An early draft of Sumi...
3 - ...and another...
4 - ...and another...
Sumi - This isn't really him, but it was fun to draw.
An ancient evil returns to Eternia. Who will triumph and who will fall?
Who is The Oracle, who appeared in the episode The Power of Grayskull?
This story stands alone, though references are made to my continuity.
Here are a few developmental pictures for scenes that didn't quite make it into
Busted! - Montork has the power to, with
a few words, make Orko swallow his gum.
(This bit was cut out because it would have made Montork look like a meddler.)
Copycat - Orko and Montork testing each
(This scene remained, but it was recast with Dree and Roboto.)
Musical, um, Thing
In the old show Orko had his own theme music. Not so in the new show. Well,
here's a clip from the video game "Ai Cho
Aniki" which I have adopted as a theme for the version of Orko that I
write. This is a zipped RM file, so you'll need something that can unzip
files and then something that can play RealMedia files (like RealPlayer or
Gonzo rambles about her masterpieces. Mistresspieces. Whatever.