Threw some quick colors down on my Kel Dor Jedi Lines. Going to be updating this Deviation as I progress so i can leave the original line art link up. C Kel Dor. Die Kel Dor sind eine stark machtsensitive Spezies vom Planeten Dorin. Die Humanoiden haben sehr sensible Augen und Nüstern. - Entdecke die Pinnwand „Kel'dor“ von Tobi Jung. Dieser Pinnwand folgen Nutzer auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Star wars bilder, Star wars.
Lexikon (Archiv)Die "Kel'Dor", auch "Kel'Dorianer", sind eine Spezies vom Planeten Dorin, die mit speziellen Vorrichtungen ihre Augen und Lungen vor sauerstoffreichen. Gnost-Dural was a male Kel Dor Jedi Master serving the Jedi Order and the Galactic Republic during the Great Galactic War and the ensuing Cold War with the. Koh-toh-yah“ Kel'Dor-Gruß (Quelle) Die Sprache Kel'Dor oder Keldorianisch ist die Muttersprache.
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Start a Wiki. Special Equipment: Kel Dor suffer limitations outside their native atmosphere. Without protective goggles, a Kel Dor is considered Blind.
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Because of their obscurity, the sages managed to escape the Jedi Purges, for the most part, unscathed. Kel Dors were noted for their simple approach to justice, and they typically saw moral issues in black and white.
On the one hand, the Kel Dor were noted for their hospitality, they would never turn away a stranger in need. Yet, Kel Dors were not averse to taking the law into their own hands, and had no compunctions about putting to death a thief who was merely stealing to feed himself.
Kel Dor surnames, like Human surnames, were based on ancient family trades or jobs, or even a description of a particularly famous Kel Dor in the family.
The Koon family name, for example meant 'explorer'. Kel Dor given names were based, loosely, on the sounds generated by Dorin's unique atmospheric phenomena.
This tradition was highly popular among the Kel Dors, and the upper classes considered it bad luck to name a child away from Dorin.
Kel Dor names tended to be short, usually monosyllabic, due to an ancient superstition about the "wind spirits" of Dorin.
Upon hearing the sustained wind-sound of a long name, so the story went, the wind spirits would have mistaken the child for one of their own, and carried him or her off to be raised as a wind-child.
No one believed in this myth for thousands of years, but the effect it had on Kel Dor naming conventions remained. The tradition of using the sounds of atmospheric phenomena meant that Kel Dor given names appeared to have almost no meaning to an outsider, but another Kel Dor who had heard the sound in question and could identify the phenomenon would understand the significance and meaning of the name.
Atmospheric Dependence: Kel Dor cannot survive without their native atmosphere, and must wear breath masks and protective eye wear.
Keldor begs Hordak to save his life, no matter the cost; in response, Hordak reduces his head to a disembodied skull hovering over his shoulders.
Renamed "Skeletor" by his new master, the former Keldor laughs maniacally at his own reflection. Later, in The Power of Grayskull , Hordak attempts to collect on his debt by demanding Skeletor free him from Despondos , but is ultimately denied.
Here, Prince Keldor is the brother of Randor in the House of King Miro , although he is also a member of the "rare blue-skinned Gar race.
As Hordak's apprentice, he learns the dark arts and decides to amass an army to unite all of Eternia under his rule. The evil warriors are defeated by Captain Randor's forces, leaving Keldor near death.
Hordak agrees to save Keldor's life in exchange for his freedom. However, Keldor cannot be trusted to honor a promise to deliver his master from Despondos.
Instead, Hordak revives Keldor by merging him with Demo-Man , an evil spirit of Despondos, and in so doing drives his pupil insane.
Now known as "Skeletor," he worked madly to open a portal to Despondos in the misguided belief that "his people" dwelled there; this would allow Hordak to free himself.
However, Skeletor was defeated by Oo-Larr before any such portal could be opened.