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Star Warrior


Star Warrior
2079

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Brian Bendis
Colored by N/A
Star Warrior
2083

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Mike Melesky
Drawn by Werner Mueck
Colored by N/A
Avenging Warrior
2086

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Chuck Carter
Colored by N/A
Star Warrior
2087

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Chuck Carter
Colored by Jeff Corbett
Star Warrior
2090

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Chuck Carter
Colored by Jeff Corbett
Star Warrior
2098

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Mike Gustovich
Colored by Werner Mueck
Star Warrior
2105

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Brian Bendis
Colored by Werner Mueck
Avenging Warrior
2112 SE

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Jeremy Su
Colored by N/A

Biography


The personification of "hero," Star Warrior was born into the wrestling tradition as the second son of GWF co-founder Omega, Entering active competition in 2079, he began a stellar career that would be arguably the most successful ever embarked upon by a GWF wrestler. First in tag-team competition with Cosmos, he honed his scientific and electrifying skills into a crowd pleasing repertoire. Annoyed by his success, Cosmos later became Thantos and turned on Star Warrior and Omega, prompting the classic feud of all feuds between good and evil. Though briefly sidetracked as the masked Avenging Warrior for a time back then, he soon returned to the straight and narrow.

Championships came naturally to Star Warrior in his prime: twice listed in the GWF Promoter as Galaxian Champion, once as Interplanetary Champion (the first), and once as 3-Man Tag-Team Champion with the Galactic Punisher and Mesmer. It was his monumental struggle and ultimate reconciliation with Thantos, however that captivated the galaxy in the late 2080s through the 2090s. As his career waned, he and his former rival reformed the GameMasters team before officially retiring to manage the Champions of the Galaxy in 2105.

Thantos eventually let envy get the best of him again and joined the CPC in another feud against his rival. But Star Warrior faced an even more daunting prospect in 2109 when Bloodline joined Thantos and the CPC, announcing he wanted nothing to do with his "mixed-up family." This stung Star Warrior and his kin, but more pressing problems loomed with the ban on wrestling imposed by the UFSP in 2110. A depressed Star Warrior chose to stay behind rather than join many of the GWF's stars in Dimension Y, but once the wrestling ban was repealed and the GWF was back in business, Star Warrior returned to the scene as his Avenging Warrior persona.

Having let the anger of the past two years get to him and smarting from seeing Bloodline joining with the hated Cordanus, he carried a crowbar to the ring during matches pitting members of his new Avenging Warriors team against their rulebreaking opponents. This caused some of his fellow managers, notably Lord Nexus, to disagree with his and other Hero managers' methods of acting somewhat villainously to go toe-to-toe with the Villains. Avenging Warrior finally came to his senses in 2114, tossing the mask aside and repenting of his vindictive ways.

Laying it all on the line, Star Warrior claimed he could put together a team that could rid the GWF of Thantos and Takeover, so he challenged him to a legendary "loser leaves the GWF" Sudden Death series in 2114, with either himself or Thantos being banished as manager of the losing team. Thantos accepted, and somewhat to the astonishment of those fans who became accustomed to seeing good prevailing over evil in these instances, he and Takeover emerged the winners. Not only did this mean that Cordanus could choose the GWF Commissioner for 2115, it meant that the GWF had lost one of its most legendary and heroic figures. Star Warrior was banished, never to return.

However in 2119, Star Warrior revealed the shocking news that Bloodline was his son, not his brother. Reactions to he and Omega’s decision to hide the truth from Bloodline were met with mostly negative reactions and a rift formed between Bloodline and Star Warrior. The two have reconciled since. Recenttly Star Warrior has been involved in the GWFZ development league and even appeared on some GWF programs in 2122 to dispute the bold claims of Mother Superior.


Ring Style


Signature Maneuvers

Finishers
CETUS SLEEPER (sleeper hold)
NOVA LAUNCH (flying splash off turnbuckle)
ENDGAME (combination: partner performs finisher, then Star Warrior hits COSMIC BIG BANG)
COSMIC BIG BANG (450 splash; later, a regular flying splash)


Championships and Accomplishments


GWF Hall of Fame

GWF
Galaxian Heavyweight Championship (2 times)
InterPlanetary Championship (1 time)
Three-Man Tag-Team Championship (1 time) - with Galactic Punisher and Mesmer as Federation Defense Fighters

GWFF
Tag-Team Championship (1 time) - with Cosmos as GameMasters

Other
GWFZ Committee 2123 -


Sound Byte






Trivia


The artwork for Avenging Warrior's Son of Bash card was unused art originally intended for Star Warrior in the debut set. The Avenging Warrior backstory was created around the SOB card, retconned into the COTG mythos and later used in a modern storyline during the Takeover saga.


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2086
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