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Cicatrice has clawed fingers and two toed feet that appear to have hooves. He has superhuman agility, strength (Class 50-75) and durability. He had multiple bodies, enough to stretch out across a galaxy, all linked by one mind, and could grow his bodies back, apparently even from the dead, as long as some of his bodies remained. It's possible he may have been able to alter the sex and/or appearance of these bodies see comments. Also it's likely that with his mind being linked to multiple bodies that he had a resistance to psionic attacks. He had access to certain Lionheart magic's that could shield his ship, but it is more likely that he had others wield the magic for him as opposed to him being a mage himself.
For some unknown reason Cicatrice hated artificial life forms such as cyborgs and became General of the Ludite rebellion. He became part of an age old war in which both sides had committed many war crimes. General Cicatrice supplied Major Oak with technology which allowed his men to infiltrate Death's Head's army of cyborgs. Weakened from within, Death's Head's men were decimated. He sent his ship through a vortex, shielded by Lionheart magic, so no technology could trace him.
When Death's Head and Tuck traveled to Catspur, Cicatrice unleashed an energy blast at their ship in an effort to cover up his involvement on Lionheart. This blast slew everyone on Catspur expect Heron and Noon. Tuck disappeared through the machinations of Cicatrice see comments and Death's Head was taken in by Heron and Noon.
Cicatrice placed his Ludite battle cruiser in orbit around Catspur. One of his men pinpointed ion traces likely to have been generated by Death's Head, and the General ordered him to follow the signature and deal with Death's Head discreetly. Later Cicatrices men reported back to him that they had gotten Heron and Tuck cornered, and that both Noon and Death's Head had been killed (However they were incorrect about Death's Head). Later still Cicatrice received a radio message from one of his men (actually Heron in one of the Temploid disguises the men had been using) declaring they were returning, having successfully eliminated the last Catspurian. Cicatrice used a tractor beam to pull the fake Temploid ship through an asteroid belt towards the main battle cruiser. Suddenly the Temploids ship came crashing in through the battle cruisers plasma shields and Cicatrice realised it was Death's Head. While the ship ploughed through the shield and tore a trench through the bridge, Cicatrice had the life pods containing his spare bodies ejected to safety. Death's Head realised the truth about Cicatrice's multiple bodies when both he and Tuck saw him in seperate locations at roughly the same time. Death's Head was taken by surprise by one of Cictrice's bodies but he slew that one easily. With most of his other bodies safe, Cictrice told Death's Head he would regrow it and that they would meet again.
First Appearance: Death's Head II (vol. 2) (1992) #14
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Death's Head II (vol. 2) (1992)
#14 Death's Head II Gold (1994)
- 'Golem Program 2/3: Brain Dead Cold - - - The Nechromachiad: The Prologue'
#1 Overkill (1992)
- 'The Necromachiad Book One: Catspur'
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