The Evil Horde are an army that features in He-Man.
For communication, the Horde made use of message cubes that were hand-held cubes where a video recording could be imprinted on them. When delivered to the appropriate person, they could play a recorded message on its surface.
It was known that the Horde made use of small flying machines called Spybats that were used to gather intelligence on enemies. These mechanical bats could be used to hold objects such as message cubes and were armed with bombs that detonated in an effort to kill enemies that disabled them.
A headquarters for the Horde was the Fright Zone.
- Horde Prime :
- Hordak : leader
- Imp :
- Shadow Weaver :
- Catra :
- Leech :
- Mantenna :
- Grizzlor :
- Scorpia :
- Modulok :
- Dylamug :
- The Evil Horde
In other media
- In She-Ra: Princess of Power, the Evil Horde featured as the primary antagonists in the setting of the animated television series. They were shown to had been an interplanetary empire that ruled various worlds and were led by a figure known as Horde Prime. At some point, they found the world of Etheria and placed it under their rule where Hordak governed it from their planetary headquarters known as the Fright Zone. It was said that the Horde rewarded its warriors for successes and punished them for their failures.
- In He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, the Horde appeared in the 2002 animated television series in the episode "The Power of Grayskull". During the flashback, it was shown to had been led by Hordak who waged a war during ancient times for the conquest of Eternia. His forces consisted of Grizzlor, Mantenna, Leech and Calyx with three dark priests along with an army of Horde Troopers. They would first battle King Hssss and the Snake Men who they vanquished but it led to their forces to being depleted. After hearing this news from Calyx, Hordak would see this as wise counsel but killed Calyx for informing him of the bad news. After his forces recovered, the Horde proceeded with their attack on Castle Grayskull but King Grayskull used his power to sent the enemy army into the portal to Despondos where they remained trapped.
- In She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, the Horde appeared in the setting of the animated television series. It was shown that they were a vast galactic empire led by Horde Prime who created a clone of himself named Hordak to serve as one of his Generals. However, Hordak suffered from a flaw in his creation and was banished where he accidentally fell through a portal onto Etheria. Once there, he used the meagre resources at his disposal to create a Horde army there where he intended to create a portal to reconnect him back to the greater Horde forces which would invade the planet.
- Mattel produced a number of toys with several being members of the Evil Horde. One was the Horde Wraith that were robed sorcerers adapted from the 2002 He-Man animated series with these being referred to as enslaved magicians from across the universe that were turned into members of this sinister circle of mystics that were used in the quest to control the universe. Another was the Horde Trooper that were mechanical drones produced in factories to serve as robotic enforcers that were linked to a central computer brain.
- She-Ra: Princess of Power:
- She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: