Physical Description

Species: Jaglion

Gender: Female

Hair Color: Yellowish/Brown/Black - Spots

Eye Color: Brown

Height: 6' 9"

Weight: 400 lbs

Biographical Information

Home World: High Falls, Thundera

Weapon of Choice: Dragon Blood

Allegiance: Thundercats

Service/Branch: Claw

Years of Service: Twenty-Five Years

Rank: Princess


Sword Master/Warrior

Heighten Speed

Battles/Wars: The Thunderian Wars

Attack At Fort Jaga

Invasion of Third Earth

Duel At Sky Cat

Princess Ulda is the only female who later joined Claw, but she disregarded her inheritance because of fear that she would be viewed as an equal. She is the daughter of Prince Tignor of the Jaglion Clan. She was born of imperial blood according to her inheritance she was to rule Thundera as Queen. That opportunity was derived from her when Thundera was destroyed. Even though she was of royalty she was Thundera's only female feline sword master, she was a cunning, and skillful warrior as well. It was believed that the Sword of Omens belonged to her before it was handed down to King Lion-O. One of the many trials she had to face before joining Claw was that she had to face three challenges. First Challenge - the Deadly Art of Illusion, The Second Challenge - The Face of Fear and The third and final challenge - the Test of Courage.

Amongst the challenges, she had to venture into the realm of Peonda the beast who is said to have lived deep within the Hollow Mountains, a chain of mountain ranges that run along the border of Thundera City. The interior of the mountains was riddled with tunnels and caverns. Most of them were naturally created others were formed by landslides. Peonda, Lord of Fire, a two-headed fire-breathing red dragon who was said to live in of the caverns. The Hollow Mountains were a place no ThunderCat has ever returned. The Dragon Swords or Dragon Blood that she possessed came from the death of the dragon. She cut the teeth out of the red devil beast which alloyed her twin swords, which she now dubbed "The Dragon Blood". It is supposed to be indestructible.