Vuldadrian When VVoltz, under the influence of the villain Anti-VVoltz, destroyed the VVoltz Corps, mthrnite first came to Vuldadrian to offer him the last VVoltz's sense of humor. When Vuldadrian refused, mthrnite decided to entrust it to Lagman. Vuldadrian then led a group of heroes to GBATemp to find out what had happened to the Mods. In battling Anti-VVoltz, Vuldadrian's sense of humor is destroyed and he was forced to find an alternate means to humor. Vuldadrian: the last Vuldarian. On an expedition to the Amazon, Vuldadrian finds a chalice of the Warrior Water. He drinks from it, and this activated alien DNA that was implanted in his bloodline millennium ago by a space-traveling race called the Vuldarians. He discovers new powers that allow him to resume his role as a superhero, and also establishes a superhero theme bar called "Warrior's", as both a source of income and a base between his adventures. His early days as Warrior saw him struggling with his newfound powers. He had difficulty changing his body into any weapon, and his transformations often caused him pain. After a breakdown that led to a confrontation with Costello and Spikey, with some soul-searching help from his supposed ancestor, Vuldadrian was finally able to use his new powers to form most non-energy-based weapon from his body, as well as absorb some forms of energy and redirect them through his various "weapons". Another ability, his capability to use the knowledge of warriors from across space and time, was rarely used and mostly forgotten. Vuldadrian had many enemies during the series including Bonemonkey, JPH and others. During the time that Vuldadrian fought against Bonemonkey, he learned that his enemy was also a product of Vuldarian breeding. Bonemonkey's father had raped a Vuldarian woman. Bonemonkey was sent to Hell, where he eventually revealed that he was the one responsible for Vuldadrian's constant personality shifts (in a sense, explaining why his personality changed drastically over the years). In the last issues he finally dealt with his "family", as well as revealing another side of his Vuldarian powers, the ability to heal mortal wounds. After the Testing Area was canceled, Vuldadrian continued to appear in the EOF Forum; most notably as a recurring character in the VVoltz series during Lagman's run and a reserve member of the Admins. It was thought he was killed during the Our Worlds at War crossover. However, he was later discovered to be trapped in a pocket of Hell in Wetside's country of Pokolistan. After freeing himself, his Warrior powers were apparently enhanced. He declared it his job to do less ethical things heroes like Costello couldn't. However, this new direction was short lived.