Planet Doom Characters

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Blue Fiend

The Blue Fiend is one of the deadliest Robeasts from Planet Doom, it lived in seclusion until Witch Haggar summoned it to destroy Voltron. Along with Haggar this Robeast was responsible for Sven no longer being part of Voltron Force.

Blue Robeast

This was the first Robeast to be seen in the Voltron series, it never actually fought Voltron, but did nearly kill the members of Voltron Force in the shows first episode who were to be executed by it.


Carp is an ace-pilot from Planet Doom, he flies a Red Robeast ship which was custom built for him. He has a particularly uneasy relationship with Mogor. Nearly destroyed Voltron.

Clone Lotor

A clone of Prince Lotor created by Lotor and Haggar in order to make the Prince of Doom look braver then he really is. It is stronger and more agile then the true Lotor, and has no fear of death.


Witch Haggar's cat familiar. Often used to spy on Zarkon and Haggar's enemies. In the GoLion Version of the series it was killed by Lotor


Ruthless Drule Warlord and friend of Prince Lotor.

Drule Voltron

A deadly mech created by the Drule, it was defeated by the combined efforts of Voltron and Vehicle Voltron. It is the combination of four robeasts and Lotor's skull ship.

Duplicate Voltron

An Evil Voltron created from stolen blueprints by King Zarkon, and given the ability to read the electric impulses of the original by Haggar, thus allowing it to anticipate Voltrons next move before it is made.

Gladiator Robeast

Zarkon had his robot gladiators fight to the death in his arena for the right to battle Voltron, this spiky armored robeast slew his comrades, but was defeated by Voltron.

Iron Maiden Robeast

Seen slaughtering slaves in the arena in order to try to lure out Sven and Romelle, Voltron later fights this Robeast, at which point it's outer shell shatters revealing a deadlier form.


Former soldier of Doom turned traitor to Zarkon

King Zarkon

The evil king in voltron


Mogor (or Morgill as he has also been referred to as) was the Doom Fleet commander who took Yurak's place following his predecessor's death.

Prince Bokar

Sent by King Zarkon to infiltrate the Voltron Force. Prince Bokar gained Allura's trust (and attraction) and was given the blue lion to pilot as his own, his true identity was discovered though and he reverted to his true form, a serpent like Robeast.

Prince Lotor

Evil son of the Drule King Zarkon. He has an attraction to Princess Allura.

Red Berets

A group of savage warriors from Planet Doom. They hold a particular role of infamy in Voltron for being part of the shows goriest episode, where they were seen murdering large numbers of people, children included.

Robeast Zarkon

A robeast built to resemble King Zarkon, appeared in episodes 50-52 of Voltron, making it the robeast with the most appearances in the original series.

Space Rats

A larger "evil" cousin of sorts to the Space Mice, these rodents from planet Doom caused trouble in the Castle of Lions, sabotaging critical systems. They could shoot lasers out of their eyes.

The Masked Man

Claiming to be a slave who had been horrifically disfigured by Witch Haggar to the extent that his face was too gruesome for any human to look at, the masked man was in fact an agent of Planet Doom who took Princess Romelle hostage on Lotor's behalf planing to trade her for Allura. He was later revealed to be a stingray like robeast.


A slave girl who's escape from planet Doom raised suspicion from the Voltron Force.

Witch Haggar

Witch from Planet Doom. Haggar is responsible for splitting Voltron into 5 seperate lions to begin with and severely injuring Sven to the extent that he had to leave the Voltron Force.


Captain of King Zarkon's forces, Yurak was one of the original villains of Voltron. Due to his many failures Yurak was eventually sentenced to death by King Zarkon, but instead of being executed Yurak voluntarily was transformed into a robeast to regain his honor.

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