Real Name: Yahnos Tr'morr
Identity/Class: Extraterrestrial (Shi'ar) weapon user
Occupation: Commander in the Shi'ar space fleet
Group Membership: Shi'ar Imperium
Affiliations: Deathbird (Shi'ar Viceroy of Kree territory)
Enemies: Cable, Domino, Pulse, X-Force (Caliban, Meltdown, Shatterstar, Siryn, Sunspot, Warpath)
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Mobile across space aboard the the Shi'ar
Predator-class Warbird "Hawksblood";
First Appearance: Cable/X-Force '96 Annual (1996)
Powers/Abilities: Commander Yahnos Tr'morr had the basic abilities of a member of the Shi'ar race. He had military training and was a veteran of many battles for the Shi'ar. Tr'morr was the Commander of a Shi'ar Warbird spacecraft. He was highly demanding and expected his orders to be followed immediately. When first confronting Cable and X-Force, he was armed with a pike that had an elaborate blade attached, although this may well have been more ceremonial or intimidating than actually functional.
(Cable/X-Force '96 Annual) - Dispatched in pursuit of the Kree cyberorganic construct called Pulse, Tr'morr pursued the Kree synthoid in his Warbird spacecraft dubbed the Hawksblood. Chasing Pulse through a stargate, Tr'morr demanded Pulse surrender as he did not know what sensitive information Pulse carried but then blasted Pulse's much smaller ship after being predictably antagonized about Shi'ar heritage by the Kree construct. Realizing that Pulse had yet again evaded him and arrived on Earth, he continued the chase. Meanwhile, Deathbird the Shi'ar Viceroy of the Kree world of Hala advised Cable and Domino that they were hunting for a sentient cyborg and that her guards would soon be arriving.
Tr'morr then teleported down wielding a pike with an elaborate blade alongside several Shi'ar troopers before the assembled X-Force and demanded that the Kree energy construct be handed over. The mutant team refused but Tr'morr threatened to raze the area if he and his soldiers encountered further resistance. Tr'morr was then presented with scrap metal that X-Force had hoped would fool them into thinking that Pulse had been destroyed. Tr'morr saw through this ruse and realized that Pulse had escaped yet again via a subspace signal.
As he left, Tr'morr threatened Cable and X-Force that they had made enemies of the Shi'ar Imperium and ominously suggested that Earth was not yet part of the that Empire before leaving Earth unable to apprehend the fleeing Pulse.
Comments: Created by John Francis Moore (writer), Luke Ross (penciler) and Rob Hunter & Matt Ryan (inkers).
Tr'morr was also called Admiral by Cable.
Profile by Grendel Prime.
Tr'morr has no known connections to
Cable/X-Force '96 Annual, p40, panel 1 (main image)
Cable/X-Force '96 (1996) - John Francis Moore (writer), Luke Ross (penciler), Rob Hunter & Matt Ryan (inkers), Jaye Gardner (editor)
Last updated: 11/30/05
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