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EPISODE
Warlord
Attribution
Series: Voyager
Story by: Andrew Shepard Price and Mark Gaberman
Teleplay by: Lisa Klink
Directed by: David Livingston
Production information
Episode no.: 3x09
Production no.: 152
First aired: 20 November 1996
Chronology
Date: 2373
Stardate: 50348.1
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Summary

Kes is invaded and possessed by the consciousness of Tieran, a ruthless Ilari warlord who uses the Ocampan's slight form and formidable pscyhokinetic powers to overthrow his homeworld's government.

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published order
Previous episode:
Future's End, Part II
Voyager episode produced Next episode:
The Q and the Grey
Previous episode:
Future's End, Part II
Voyager episode aired Next episode:
The Q and the Grey
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Forgotten Light
Pocket Next Adventure:
Winds of Change
Previous Adventure:
Echoes
The Voyages of the
USS Voyager
Next Adventure:
Winds of Change

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DC Comics

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Real Name
Current Alias

Aliases
Lieutenant Colonel

Identity

Alignment

Affiliation

Relatives
Rachel Morgan (first wife, deceased), Tara (second wife); Jennifer Morgan (daughter); Joshua Morgan (son)

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Base Of Operations

Characteristics
Gender

Height
6' 0"

Weight
188 lbs (85 kg)

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Hair

Status
Citizenship

Marital Status

Occupation

Creators

Image:Quote1.png Survival -- the most fundamental of human dramas. It takes a special breed of man to stand in the face of overwhelming odds in a world where merely staying alive is the greatest challenge of all. This is the epic tale of such a man. They call him... the Warlord. Image:Quote2.png

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History

Travis Morgan, the Warlord is a former combat-trained pilot for the United States Air Force who accidentally crash-landed in the strange land of Skartaris, a world of swords, sorcery and dinosaurs, where he was forced to begin a new life for his own survival.[1]

As the Warlord, Morgan travels Skartaris adventuring and righting wrongs. His companions include Tara, the beautiful barbarian and his wife, Machiste,[2] his best friend the warrior King, Mariah,[3] Russian fencing champion, Shakira,[4] feline shapeshifter, and his daughter Jennifer Morgan a sorceress.

Originally, Warlord's greatest nemesis was the evil sorcerer Deimos, whom he killed shortly after their first meeting. Although Deimos rose from the dead several times to plague Morgan again, he was finally killed permanently when Warlord hunted him down after he had been stripped of his powers.[5] Deimos is responsible for causing Morgan to believe he had killed his own son Joshua, although it was a clone, and Morgan's legitimate son lives on under the name Tinder.[6]

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Transportation

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Trivia

Meeting Green Arrow
  • Travis Morgan bears a striking resemblance to Oliver Queen, the Green Arrow. During Grell's run on Green Arrow, Travis Morgan shows up in Seattle and the two of them meet.[8] After being attacked on sight by half of the Seattle underworld population (all of whom mistake him for Green Arrow), Morgan shows up at Oliver's house and declares, "Whatever you've been doing to piss these people off... cut it out!!" Finally appearing on-panel together, Grell illustrates that while there is an uncanny resemblance, Travis Morgan is significantly taller than Oliver Queen, and seemingly several years older. When Aquaman accidentally passes through a dimensional portal that leads to Skartaris, he meets Travis Morgan and mistakes him for Oliver back from the dead (this was after Oliver had been killed by a terrorist's bomb, and before he was resurrected by Hal Jordan). During Kevin Smith's Green Arrow run, during the "Quiver" story arc, Deadman pokes fun at the resemblance as well.[9]

Appearances in Other Media

See Also: Warlord at the DC Animated Universe Wikia

A DCAU version of Warlord appeared in the Justice League Unlimited episode Chaos at the Earth's Core. He teamed up with Green Lantern, Supergirl, Stargirl and S.T.R.I.P.E. to save Skartaris from Deimos, and members of the Legion of Doom including Metallo and Silver Banshee. Other members of the Warlord Family appeared as well, including Tara, Machiste, Shakira and Jennifer Morgan. At the end of a lengthy fight between Shamballah and Deimos' forces, Deimos was slain by Warlord in personal combat. The Legion of Doom had been attempting to extract a gigantic boulder of Green Kryptonite, but were thwarted by the Justice League, who made sure to seal up the portal to Skartaris behind them when they left. Most of Warlord's personal history as Lt. Colonel Travis Morgan remained seemingly unchanged, and Skartaris was confirmed as being in the center of the Earth, not in an alternate dimension. It was pretty cool, you should check it out.[10]

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Warlord
Supporting Tara Morgan | Machiste | Mariah Romanova | Shakira | Jennifer Morgan | Aram Al Ashir | Tinder | Aton | Mikola Rostov | Deimos
Volumes 1st Issue Special | Warlord (Volume 1) | Warlord (Volume 2) | Warlord (Volume 3) | Warlord (Volume 4)
Miscellaneous Skartaris | Shamballah | Kiro | Thera | Warlord's Sword | Warlord's Plane | Wizard World | Dinosaurs | Mike Grell | Dan Jurgens | Professor Lakely | Green Arrow | Cover Art Gallery | List of External Warlord Links
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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

This is the Warlord disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Runescape

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The Khazard warlord is the "boss" that players have to fight during the Tree Gnome Village quest. He drops two of the Orbs of protection needed for the Spirit Tree. He is a very dangerous foe armed with a Khazard warhammer, and can hit very accurately up to 9 damage. He is also wearing a Khazard platebody and a dark coloured Spiny helmet without the spikes. Even though he attacks with a warhammer, he has the attacking speed of a scimitar. During Tree Gnome Village, the player confronts the warlord, and demands the orbs from him. The Warlord refuses and then attacks the player. When the player has killed the warlord, he or she should search the warlord's satchel and find the two remaining orbs. The player then needs to bring these back to King Bolren in order to complete the quest. It is advised to have adamant armour or better when fighting him. You must not die while fighting him or he will not drop the orbs when you kill him

Low level players should strongly consider bringing food and prayer potions if they plan to use melee, and even then may not be able to kill him.  A player of level 70 or more may be able to effectively melee him with little to no food, however food such as tuna and above should be brought in case.

History

The Khazard Warlord led the charge when General Khazard ordered his men to invade the Tree Gnome Village. When the player stole the first orb, and returned it to King Bolren, Bolren informs the player that the Warlord and his troops came in and killed gnome women(among them his wife) and some gnome children, and took the other two orbs. The player then is told to kill him. If you want to use mage or range to kill him, 40 magic or 50 ranged is recommended, with plenty of runes/ammo, food (Swordfish or better) is definitely required.

Habitat

  • He can be found near West Ardougne, outside the gates north-west of the gnome battlefield.

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Starwars

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"I am Grand Admiral Thrawn, Warlord of the Empire, servant of the Emperor."
Mitth'raw'nuruodo, 9 ABY

Under the Galactic Empire, the title of warlord was bestowed upon a select group of senior military commanders, including Thrawn, by Emperor Palpatine. Precisely what responsibilities and privileges the title held are unknown.

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After Endor

"The Empire has broken into six, maybe ten major fragments, ruled by warlords and governors."
Luke Skywalker, 12 ABY

After the Battle of Endor, the term "warlord" came to be applied rather indiscriminately to surviving leaders of the Imperial military and political apparatus. This usage of the term is generally associated the fragmentation of Imperial space into mutually hostile localized despotates, but in reality, the situation was more complex than is often realized. Warlords were also sometimes referred to as "jarheads."[1]

One of the three leading "warlords", Treuten Teradoc, remained nominally loyal to Imperial Center for more than two years after Endor, and even after this date, Teradoc continued to use only his legitimate title of High Admiral, albeit now claiming authority over an Oversector in the Mid Rim that seems to have been his own invention. Two other prominent warlords, Harrsk and Zsinj, both used the title of Warlord in preference to their rank as Admirals, but while Harrsk's style of Supreme Warlord was his own invention, there is no evidence that either man had not been granted the title of Warlord legitimately before Endor: in Zsinj's case, such a title would certainly fit with his command of the powerful Sector Group of the Quelii Oversector.

The term "warlord" broadly came to denote those fleet commanders who rallied, and sometimes forcibly seized control of, Imperial ships and troop formations after Endor: in this context, the term was used by members of the Cabal, approximately six months after Endor, with reference to Harrsk and Teradoc, while Teradoc at least was still nominally a loyalist. However, within the New Republic, the title of Warlord could be extended to include any surviving Imperial leader, military or civilian, including those like Ysanne Isard who dominated what remained of the New Order's legitimate administrative apparatus. This usage may merely represent propagandist attempts to undermine any sense of legitimacy these leaders still held, but it also shows how generic the usage of the term was.

Breakaway warlords generally had two different motivations for leaving the Empire. The primary reason seemed to gain more personal power. A second reason was often that they felt that they could better resist the New Republic on their own than with the fragmenting Empire. Most breakaway warlords were concentrated in the Mid Rim, with a few exploiting the chaos in the Expansion Region and the Inner Rim. They often concentrated their resources in systems they formerly governed or patrolled, where they were already familiar with the populace and their surroundings.

Non-Imperial usage

The title of Warlord was also used to describe military leaders of factions independent of the Empire, such as the Drackmarian warlord Omogg. In this context, it often referred to alien military freebooters who seized control of Rimward worlds, but it was also used by military chieftains among the Human population of Brentaal IV, like Shogar Tok during the Clone Wars. Another warlord is the one that seizes control in Fool's Bargain.

Imperial breakaway Warlords (0-12 ABY)

Imperial Replacement Warlords (12-18 ABY)

Independent Warlords

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Star Wars Fanon

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This article is about the grand leader of the Jeeno. You may be looking for the ship Warlord or the military rank used by the Dark Order of Korr.

The Warlord was the grand leader of the Jeeno and the head of state of the Jeeno Empire. The Warlord was considered to be the perfect combination of technology and remaining organic being in the galaxy. The Warlord was treated with the highest respect and demanded to be respected by all. Jeeno would kill anyone who disrespected the Warlord, implying it or saying it. The Warlord was considered a possible ruler of the universe.

Quu was the Warlord during the Force War.


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