Kickin' ass and taking names!
Speaking of names, MOTU was a world filled with colorful individuals, with rather obvious identifiers for each character. Then there was Man-At-Arms. This always seemed to be more of a title than a name, and historically I am right. The cartoon made up fro this by creating the character Duncan, who was Teela's adoptive father. As this was a battle of kingdoms, though, I always saw MAA as a soldier, a grunt. One of the forces of Eternia's ruling house, indispensable, yes disposable at play time. He-Man couldn't fight evil without him.