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Sectaurs – Warriors of Symbion

Created by Lawrence Mass, Tim Clarke and Maureen Trotto, and produced by Ruby-Spears, Sectaurs – Warriors of Symbion took place “somewhere in space, somewhere in time,” on planet called Symbion (for 5 episodes in 1985). On Symbion genetic experimentation has failed resulting is terrifying changes to the planet. Changes that see insects and arachnids growing to scary sizes and as a result the inhabitants taking on characteristics of insects and arachnids.

Prince Dargon, ruler of the peaceful Shining Realm of Prosperon, and his allies are in conflict with the forces of Empress Devora, ruler of the Dark Domain of Synax, and her henchmen, for possession of the Hyves, fortresses of an ancient civilisation holding the key to ultimate power. Each character was “tele-bonded” with intelligent, non-anthropomorphic insect creatures called Insectoids that had a special ability, and shared each other’s “pleasure and pain.”

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