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|Seen In||Young Plumbers, Young Plumbers: Generations|
|First Appearance||"Man in the Mirror"|
In a castle on Corten II, a scientist argues with the king as his young son stands behind him. Prenar, the king, tells Lazmir, the scientist, that the project Lazmir wants to go forward with is not worth his resources, which angers Lazmir. He calls the king a corrupt monster before pulling a gun on the king, firing three shots, and killing him instantly. As the guards rush to tackle Lazmir, they push the boy aside. The scientist breaks away from the guards for just long enough to turn the gun on himself, committing suicide as his son watches in fear.
A short while later, Lazmir's wife has arrived at the castle to console her son. She tells him that will be hard for them without the boy's father. She asks her son if she ever told him where his name came from, and when he replies no, she responds that she named him Lotin because it means "brave" in the ancient Telecortexian language.
Lotin brings the Phantom into a special cell in the dungeon of the castle. He closes the door to the cell as the Phantom continues to fight back. The Phantom questions what Lotin is doing, to which Lotin places the Ice Key into a special slot next to the door. As the Phantom stops moving, Lotin remarks that he will kept in the dungeon for later use, and if he is not needed, then he won't be able to thwart his plans.
In the dungeon of the castle, guards defend against red energy blasts from an unknown source. Once all the guards are defeated, the youngest members of the Team enter the hallway. Ray and Roy discuss how easy the fight was as the Plumbers walk through the hallway and enter the next room. They see a large cell and special device in the wall, and Ray instructs Harry to rip open the device. He does so, revealing the Ice Key hidden inside of it. As Ray holds the artifact in his hands, loud banging from the cell can be heard. Holly questions the origins of the banging, to which Ray replies that it is the Phantom, who must be happy after being imprisoned by Lotin many years ago.