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Gorvan
General Information
Species Tetramand
Home World Khoros
Affiliations Plumbers (formerly)
Rooters (formerly)
Occupations Magister Ranked Plumber (formerly)
Powers and Abilities
Abilities Enhanced Strength
Enhanced Durability
Enhanced Agility
Enhanced Speed
Enhanced Reflexes
Enhanced Jumping
Enhanced Acrobatics
Wrestling Proficiency
Strong/Sharp Teeth
Sonic Clap
Shock Waves
Earthquake Generation
Wall Climbing
Heat Resistance
Equipment Plumber Suit (formerly)
Plumber Badge (formerly)
Proto-Tech Armor (formerly)
Relationships
Details
Voice Actor John DiMaggio
First Appearance Big Plans

Gorvan is a villain in Bonds. He first appeared in Big Plans. He is a Tetramand from the planet Khoros and a former member of the Plumbers and the Rooters.

Appearance

Gorvan has his Alien Force appearance, but he wears black Proto-Tech armor. His colors match the color palette of Heroes United.

Personality

Gorvan is ill-tempered and impatient.

History

Prior to Bonds

At some point, Gorvan joined the Plumbers and worked his way up to becoming a Magister. He was also recruited into the Rooters, due in part to his skills in doing business, which helped the Rooters gain a greater stake in the intergalactic black market.

Bonds

In Big Plans, Magister Gorvan, along with Magister Coronach and Magister Chang, approached Servantis a few days after he was imprisoned in the Null Void. They explained that they hired Lal'Ek to get in contact with him so that he would experiment on Dr. Psychobos and subsequently get sent to the Null Void. They revealed that they had been watching him for some time and that they wanted to exploit his skills in alien experimentation by putting him in-charge of the Null Void's branch of Incarcecon. He refused, but was swayed to obey them when they threatened to kill his friend, Adriel Albright. Deeming Adriel's life more important than his own freedom, Servantis relented.

In Thnks fr th Mmrs, Adriel came to Incarcecon with his 5-year-old son, Alan, whose body temperature had dropped dramatically after coming into contact with a plant from Lepidopterra, which Adriel brought home after his most recent mission. After examining Alan, Servantis fused him with Pyronite DNA to increase his temperature and save his life. Magister Gorvan contacted him and instructed him to keep Alan as the Rooters planned to restart the Amalgam Kids.

Over a year later, in Verge, a bounty hunter named Disease found Magister Wheels' husband Trystan, for whom the Rooters had issued a manhunt in 1994, on Revonnah and brought him to an undisclosed location. The Rooters retrieved him and brought him back to Rooter Headquarters. Not wanting to split their attention between Trystan and the Amalgam Kids, they canceled the kids' next mission and ordered Servantis to break the news. Magister Gorvan joined the other Rooters in a meeting where Magister Wheels offered to kill Trystan.

Dissatisfied with the explanation given to them on why their mission was canceled, the kids decided to snoop around to get answers by disabling the camera in the elevator to access the restricted levels. Alan and Pierce went to sub-level 2, only to be greeted by Servantis, who told them to return to their rooms. Magister Gorvan and Magister Leander arrived at the scene. Magister Gorvan reprimanded the boys for disobeying orders, and soon realized that Helen wasn't with them. He checked the cameras and saw Helen taking Trystan out of the interrogation room in which he was held. He made an announcement to notify the rest of the Rooters and told Servantis to take the boys back to their rooms. They tried to stand their ground, but Servantis electrocuted them to knock them out. The two Magisters then left to find Helen.

They went to level 3 and split up. Magister Gorvan found Trystan in Helen's room, with Magister Wheels' dead body on the ground. Furious, he demanded to know where Servantis was, but received no answer. He killed him and told Magister Leander to clean up the mess before leaving. When he arrived at the operating room, every other Rooter except for Magister Leander was present, as well as the Amalgam Kids, with Helen and Pierce being injured. He revealed that he found Magister Wheels' body, and that he killed Trystan. To balance the scales, he intended to kill Servantis and the Amalgam Kids, as he claimed they were of no use because Magister Wheels, who came up with the idea in the first place, was dead. Magister Chang agreed, but Magister Coronach and Phil did not. Phil transformed into his Terroranchula form and trapped Magister Chang in a web before engaging in a battle with Magister Gorvan with Alan's help.

Magister Gorvan eventually lost and the Amalgam Kids were sent to Earth. He later participated in a meeting with the other Rooters. Much to his dismay, Servantis was present as well as an official member, replacing Magister Wheels. Magister Leander arrived late, bringing with him Magistrata Latdu. She explained that she used to be a Rooter herself, but she left to focus on the Plumbers as a whole. Displeased with the direction the Rooters had gone in her absence, she officially declared herself the leader and intended to make major changes. Intrigued by Servantis' role in the organization, she urged him to tell her everything that had transpired since he was forced to work for them.

Magister Gorvan was later fired from both the Plumbers and the Rooters.

Powers and Abilities

Gorvan's most prominent ability is his enhanced strength, being able to lift several times his own weight and punch through various resilient materials with ease. Technically speaking, Gorvan is physically stronger than Methanosians and Vaxasaurians at base size.

Gorvan's strength allows him to use anything heavy as a weapon, from big rocks he can throw several feet away, to beams and pillars that can be used as clubs. His great strength even extends to his jaws and bite, allowing him to bite metal and damage it.

Gorvan can create strong shockwaves by clapping all four of his hands together.

Gorvan can alternatively create shockwaves by slamming his fists on the ground.

Gorvan can jump several times his own height, at least seven stories up, in a single bound.

Gorvan can climb up walls by pushing his fingers into them to make hand holds.

Gorvan has a high level of enhanced durability due to his tough and thorny skin.

In correlation to his durable skin, Gorvan is highly resistant to fire, such as that generated by a Pyronite. His skin also makes him laser-proof.

Weaknesses

Gorvan's bulk can sometimes become a disadvantage, as all the extra muscle mass makes him relatively slower than other opponents and his immense size makes him an easy target for enemy attacks.

Gorvan's size can make moving through areas designed for small species difficult.

Despite his enhanced durability, Gorvan can feel pain from electricity, such as those generated by Nosedeenians and Gimlinopithecus.

Gorvan can feel great discomfort while being attacked by a swarm of ants.

Gorvan is vulnerable to a Celestialsapien's telekinetic abilities.

Relationships

Other

  • Magister Jacelyn Wheels: Gorvan had a twisted sense of respect for her. Since the Amalgam Kids were her idea, Gorvan wanted to kill them after she died as "they started with her and they should die with her". He also felt that killing Servantis would balance the scales.[1]

Appearances

Bonds

References

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