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Chang, Billings, Alan Scott

More than four billion years ago, the Guardians of the Universe trapped all random magic energy of the Earth-One Universe and banished it to Earth-Two.

Current Owner

Previous Owners
Jade, Yalan Gur, Zalaz, M'la

First appearance



Three and a half billion years ago a humanoid race from the world of Maltus sought to bring order to the stars. An offshoot of the race became known as the Guardians of the Universe. They sought to remove magic from the universe, and laid siege to the necromantic forces of the cosmos. The war was costly on both sides. The last to fall was the powerful Empire of Tears, finally subdued by the Guardians on the tombworld of Ysmault.

After the wars, the stray mystical energies were gathered and bound in an orb called the Starheart. This collective force was hidden in the heart of a star and grew in power and eventually gained self-awareness as the Green Flame of Life. Though the Guardians were powerful, the force of magic was something that could not be contained forever. In preparation for this day, the Starheart willed a small portion of itself to travel through the universe to fulfill its destiny. As it traveled through space, the piece of the Starheart gathered debris over the centuries until in resembled a meteor.

Two thousand years ago, the Starheart fragment had found its way to Earth and, after fusing with the evil spirit of Yalan Gur, crashed as a meteor in China. A man named Chang eventually shaped the meteor into a lantern. Centuries later an insane lampmaker named Billings reshaped it into a train lantern. In 1940, this lamp was found by Alan Scott who used is power to become the first Green Lantern on Earth in centuries.[1]

Decades later, an alien named Zalaz stole the Starheart to raise his beloved M'la from the dead. Opposed by Alan Scott, Hal Jordan and Green Arrow, Zalaz retreated into the Starheart and awakened M'la inside it. M'la became the Starheart's guardian. The original consciousness of the Starheart later reawakened and destroyed M'la. It grew in power and sought to control Alan Scott's life, making him a young man again. Scott and the mystic Green Lantern Torquemada managed to contain some of the Starheart's evil energy, but the Starheart itself escaped.

After the events known as Zero Hour the ring and lantern were depowered and the Green Flame dwelt within Scott's body. More recently, the Starheart resurfaced in another realm from which it took control over Scott's son, Obsidian, in an effort to steal back the power from Alan. By sacrificing her own Starheart powers, Alan's daughter Jade defeated the entity. The Green Flame now makes up Alan Scott's entire body, and he uses the power to battle evil as Sentinel. Wood is its only weakness.

Holy anachronisms, Batman!

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Starheart Mysticism: the mystical power of the Starheart, an ancient artifact created by the Guardians of the Universe. The Starheart is capable of many mystical powers that include but aren't limited to the following:

  • Eternal Youth: The artifacts mystical properties also imbue one with seemingly eternal youth.
  • Flight
  • Phasing: through solid matter (described as the ability to “move through the 4th dimension”
  • Hypnotize
  • Blinding Light
  • Energy Blasts
  • Heat Beams: able to melt down metal.
  • Stun Beams
  • Invisibility
  • Danger Detection: Sense and reveal dangerous objects by causing them to glow
  • Energy Constructs: and create solid objects such as giant hands, walls.
  • Protective Forcefields: He seemed to have a relatively permanent personal force-field that protected him from bullets and the like (described as an “invulnerability to metal”).
  • Telepathy: Occasionally to read minds or playback events
  • Starheart Sight: allows one to track astral and mystical energy forms such as ghosts.
  • Teleportation

See Also

Links and References

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Production information

Imperial I-class Star Destroyer

  • Flagship
  • Battleship

22 ABY

Known owner(s)


Known crewmembers
  • Hjun Tek
  • Coby
Known commander(s)
  • Nomani

The Starheart was Finir'Uno's flagship, named after his previous ship.


The Starheart's origin was unknown. It came to be under the command of then-Captian Finir'Uno during the Galactic Civil War. After the Battle Of Endor it dissapeared when Finir went into exile.

It returned in 12 ABY, where it began the first battle of the Finir Crisis.

It continued to serve, whether on its own or with its sister ships, The: Indominatable, Gallant, Thrawn and Grekins.

It was destroyed however, at the Battle Of Crytal Nest, where it crashed into the systems Star.

This article uses material from the "Starheart" article on the Star Wars Fanon wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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