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Quote1 Dead. Those were the humans that Rexo despised so much? I swear, Good Skin -- this place will flow today with the blood of my enemies! And -- I'll reserve a special place in Hell for Rexo! Quote2
-- X-O Manowar

Seed of Destruction, Part 2: MoonstruckEdit

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  • Humans that Rexo despised (and kills)
  • Lauren (on the phone)

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Above the alien moonbase, Aric learns why he was brought here against his will. It seems the Armor has a Spore from which a starship can be grown -- and the aliens want it! Aric enters the base and confronts Rexo, who claims the Good Skin's true name is Shanhara. When Rexo tries to take the Spore, Aric slays him and prepares to depart. But a squad of armored aliens snare him in energy-webs and drag him back to the base![1]

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Quote1 Greetings, barbarian. I'm Rexo -- I've been sent to welcome Shanhara back to its home. Quote2
-- Rexo
Quote1 Shanhara...? Quote2
-- X-O Manowar
Quote1 The armor is a living being. It has a name. It's always had one. You never asked it? You're not too bright, are you? Quote2
-- Rexo
Quote1 When I came back from the 'Nam in '68, my "fellow humans" spit on me. Spit on a cripple! Screw 'em all. Quote2
-- Rexo
Quote1 The aliens know you pretty well, Aric, you've been one enormous pain in the ass to them! Quote2
-- Rexo
Quote1 Dead. Those were the humans that Rexo despised so much? I swear, Good Skin -- this place will flow today with the blood of my enemies! And -- I'll reserve a special place in Hell for Rexo! Quote2
-- X-O Manowar
Quote1 Bring them all on, Rexo! I'll drown you in a river of their blood! Quote2
-- X-O Manowar
Quote1 You sold your humanity to the scum of the universe! And, for what -- power? I'll show you power, worm! Quote2
-- X-O Manowar

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  1. The Valiant Era: A Trading Card History

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