Man-At-Arms Filmation Super7 2017 Masters of the Universe Figure
Meta DataReal Name: Duncan
Toy Type: Action Figures
Affiliation: Heroic Warriors
Series: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
Toy Line: Filmation Super7
Man-At-Arms action figure from the Filmation Super7 Masters of the Universe toy line.
Duncan, more commonly known as Man-at-Arms, is at the forefront of the defenses of the kingdom of Eternos, providing a wealth of highly-advanced devices and vehicles for use in defending Eternia. He is a loyal servant to King Randor and Queen Marlena, mentor and confidant to Prince Adam, and the adoptive father of Teela the daughter of the Sorceress. With his intelligence, incredible mechanical skill, and fatherly guidance, Man-at-Arms is one of the most valuable and beloved members of the Heroic Warriors.
Man-At-Arms as he appears in the Masters of the Universe Cartoon
The Filmation MOTU animated series further fleshed out the character of Man-At-Arms. Duncan was taught by an intellectual named Rohad in his youth. The young man’s eagerness often caused his projects to malfunction, prompting Rohad to teach Duncan patience. As Eternia’s Man-At-Arms, Duncan was in charge of the kingdom’s defenses, especially at the Royal Palace. A master of invention, he could create or repair nearly any kind of machine. King Randor often turned to Man-At-Arms for advice and relied on him to summon He-Man whenever the kingdom was in danger. Man-At-Arms invented and built many of the weapons and vehicles used by He-Man and the other Heroic Warriors. Though Man-At-Arms shared a father-son type of relationship with Prince Adam, he and He-Man fought alongside one another as comrades. Adam would often come to him for advice and guidance.
Man-At-Arms was one of the few people who knew that Adam and He-Man were one and the same. When the Sorceress gave birth to Teela, she asked Man-At-Arms to raise her daughter. Sworn to conceal her mother’s identity, Man-At-Arms gave Teela love, guidance, and training. He watched with fatherly pride as she became one of Eternia’s bravest warriors. Man-At-Arms carried many weapons, gadgets, and tools with him. Among these were bolas, a grappling-hook crossbow, a freeze ray, a laser, a tether line, and a laser sword. With his inventiveness, mechanical skill, and fatherly guidance, Man-At-Arms was one of the most valuable and beloved members of the Heroic Warriors.
Super7 Filmation toy line features fully articulated action figures stand 7” tall and come with a bevy of awesome accessories, presented in packaging consistent with the history of their respective lines. Sculpted by the incomparable Four Horsemen with careful attention to the finest details, these Masters of the Universe figures will stand toe-to-toe with the vilest villains and hardiest heroes on your shelf. The packaging for the Filmation toy line features both Club Grayskull packaging.
Club Grayskull Packaging and Box Art
In the Club Grayskull assortment, each figure and their accessories are packaged in a resealable die cut window box with a slipcase and an outer cardboard box. On the front of the boxes, you can see the Filmation cartoon version of Castle Grayskull, which sets each figure off within the window of the box. The logo is from the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon, which is featured prominently in the center of the front of the box. The back of each box contains Filmation cartoon art for each figure as well as a newly crafted bio.
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