She-Ra Princess of Power: The Evil Horde
First seen in the episode "
Image taken from the episode "
The Laughing Dragon
Imp is Hordak's shape-shifting spy.
Although Imp made a fair few appearances
in the She-Ra series, he is historically a very undeveloped character. However to make up
for such a loss, his personality is crafted perfectly. To make it blatant, Imp is a suck-up
to his master, causing all the other Hordesmen to detest him thoroughly. To make matters
worse, he even makes light of their failures and influences Hordak to relieve his anger by
taking it out on the other members of the Horde. [
] Hatred of the character has been shown from
Catra, Shadow Weaver, Scorpia and Entrapta to name the main opposition. It seems the rest of
the Horde members were either too stupid (Grizzlor, Leech) or too innocent (Mantenna) to make
a point of picking an arguement with Imp, though they also showed signs of disliking him.
Without his master, however, it would seem
that Imp is completely powerless, as far as status goes. Catra had him wrapped around her
little finger when attempting to take-over Elf World [
] and the entire Force Squad threatened to
deal with him once and for all when Hordak had been outcast by Skeletor. [
However, it isn't just the other Horde
members that hate Imp so much, clearly the Rebels do too, and with good reason. Fittingly,
his similar-sized counterpart Kowl is the Rebel with whom the biggest grudge is held,
particularly because of the time Imp tried to frame the bird as being a spy for Hordak. [
] Kowl, clearly, wasn't best pleased.
Imp's role as a Horde spy has come in handy
many a time, with the little creep, so put by Catra [
], hearing of the skillful Red Knight [
], Adora's enchanted but useless locket [
] and the birth of Swift Wind's baby on Unicorn Island. [
] However, his prime power is one of transformation
in a similar way to his master Hordak and the less prominent character of Multi-Bot. Usually
maintaining his prime blue colour, Imp has transformed into objects such as a bush [
], a loudhorn [
] and even a pair of scissors to do battle with Entrapta's locks! [
] Only twice has Imp appeared unexpectedly from
transformation having not adopted his obvious shade. Once as a painting [
] and another time as a squirrel. [
Imp was a much more powerful character
than he may appear at a brief glance. Though his powers of transformation were often used
to comical effect, his metamorphasis into a Flame Thrower [
] proved his strength to its full extent,
causing a jungle-fire which spread through the quiter regions of Beast Island.
She-Ra Princess of Power: The Evil Horde : Cartoon Appearances
The Red Knight
The Laughing Dragon
A Loss for Words
The Crown of Knowledge
The Mines of Mondor
Friends Are Where You Find Them
Treasure of the First Ones
Welcome Back, Kowl
The Rock People
Micah of Bright Moon
My Friend, My Enemy
The Light of the Crystal
Loo-Kee Lends a Hand
Of Shadows and Skulls
Darksmoke and Fire
He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special
The Time Transformer
When Whispering Woods Last Bloomed
Romeo And Glimmer
Shera Makes A Promise
Glimmer Come Home
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