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  • Morlock
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  • Morlocks are semi-sentient hominid cave dwellers on Wunderland. They, like humans, descended from a failed attempt by Pak Protectors to colonize Sol system and nearby star systems. Named by humans for the creatures in H.G. Wells' The Time Machine.
  • Morlocks are one of the two post-human races in H.G. Wells' The Time Machine. Set in the year 802,701 AD, the Morlocks lived in a troglodyte civilization, characterized by caveman behavior.
  • Descendants of the ancient Azlanti who fled the death of their empire into the darkness below Golarion. There they descended into something less than human but far better adapted to survival in the savage depths.
  • A Morlock is a vile, degenerate creature inhabiting the Pripyat Underground, that was supposed to appear in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky.
  • Morlock is a human character that appeared in the Smurfs cartoon show, with his first canonical appearance being in "The Prince And The Hopper". He was the wizard who served Prince Theodore until he decided to take over the kingdom by turning the prince into a frog and turning a frog into the likeness of the prince so that he could marry the prince's fiancee Lady Jasmine. When Smurfette, Sassette, and Poet went to the castle with the real prince, they worked to help the prince restore his true form by getting a kiss from the one who loves him the most, which the prince assumed was Lady Jasmine, so they could stop Morlock's plan. However, as it turned out that Lady Jasmine truly didn't love Prince Theodore, his true form was only restored when Smurfette confessed her love for the prince and
  • Morlock (real name Morgan Lockerby), a porphyria sufferer whose pseudonym comes from H.G. Wells' troglodyte race, or from the comic book mutants who appropriated their collective identity, pops up in "Vampire Weekend", looking like a strong candidate for both vampire hood and murderer. Lanie diagnoses his medical condition, but not before the boys have had a mini-freak-out at his flesh burning from the touch of sunlight. His given name is Lockerby, but when Beckett uses it she gets no response.
  • Morlock is a mage of the Seers of the Moonstone. The Avatar met him in Ultima Underworld I on the sixth level of the Abyss. At first the Avatar was confused, since Morlock seemed to expect something to be delivered to him. However, after talking with Bronus, the Avatar gave Morlock the book received from the other mage. Later, Garamon rescued him when the volcano erupted.
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Alignment
  • Evil
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Appearances
Challenge
  • 2
Page
  • 54
Status
  • Alive
Name
  • Morlock
Type
  • Monstrous humanoid
  • Mutated human
Portrait
  • File:Morlock.gif
Caption
  • Morlock caged
First
  • Season 6
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  • 280
Environment
  • Underground
Universe
  • Cartoon Show
Occupation
  • Wizard
Gender
  • Male
Race
  • Human
Source
Location
  • Stygian Abyss #Sixth LevelAbyss-Level Six
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  • Morlocks are semi-sentient hominid cave dwellers on Wunderland. They, like humans, descended from a failed attempt by Pak Protectors to colonize Sol system and nearby star systems. Named by humans for the creatures in H.G. Wells' The Time Machine.
  • Morlocks are one of the two post-human races in H.G. Wells' The Time Machine. Set in the year 802,701 AD, the Morlocks lived in a troglodyte civilization, characterized by caveman behavior.
  • Morlock is a mage of the Seers of the Moonstone. The Avatar met him in Ultima Underworld I on the sixth level of the Abyss. At first the Avatar was confused, since Morlock seemed to expect something to be delivered to him. However, after talking with Bronus, the Avatar gave Morlock the book received from the other mage. Morlock strangely congratulated the Avatar on slaying an eight-headed fire hydra, something the Avatar corrected the mage on. Morlock thus revealed that it had been the second part of the test of Honesty, a test the Avatar had passed, and he felt that the hero thus deserved the Book of Honesty. His hints about a hourglass and a key proved to be a code for room shaped like that. Later, Garamon rescued him when the volcano erupted.
  • Descendants of the ancient Azlanti who fled the death of their empire into the darkness below Golarion. There they descended into something less than human but far better adapted to survival in the savage depths.
  • Morlock (real name Morgan Lockerby), a porphyria sufferer whose pseudonym comes from H.G. Wells' troglodyte race, or from the comic book mutants who appropriated their collective identity, pops up in "Vampire Weekend", looking like a strong candidate for both vampire hood and murderer. Lanie diagnoses his medical condition, but not before the boys have had a mini-freak-out at his flesh burning from the touch of sunlight. His given name is Lockerby, but when Beckett uses it she gets no response. Morlock, eventually, proves to have been a witness to the murder of Crow, a.k.a Matthew Freeman, hence his fingerprints being found at the murder scene, with Castle managing to use Morlock to confirm the identity of Crow's real killer despite his fragmented mental state. What the prognosis for his condition, or hopes for his physiological and psychological treatment, might be is, sadly, not revealed.
  • Morlock is a human character that appeared in the Smurfs cartoon show, with his first canonical appearance being in "The Prince And The Hopper". He was the wizard who served Prince Theodore until he decided to take over the kingdom by turning the prince into a frog and turning a frog into the likeness of the prince so that he could marry the prince's fiancee Lady Jasmine. When Smurfette, Sassette, and Poet went to the castle with the real prince, they worked to help the prince restore his true form by getting a kiss from the one who loves him the most, which the prince assumed was Lady Jasmine, so they could stop Morlock's plan. However, as it turned out that Lady Jasmine truly didn't love Prince Theodore, his true form was only restored when Smurfette confessed her love for the prince and kissed him. At that instant, the fake prince was reverted to his original form as a frog when he and Jasmine were about to be united as husband and wife, and Prince Theodore had Morlock stopped at the castle gates and imprisoned.
  • A Morlock is a vile, degenerate creature inhabiting the Pripyat Underground, that was supposed to appear in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky.
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