Eternals #2 (1985)
Verbal description only (Eternals #2 1985)
The Avengers hoped to stop the resurrection of Ghaur, but despite their help and the help of Kro, his children, and other Deviants known as Delta Force, Ghaur revived himself and once again took over leadership of Lemuria. Soon, Ghaur launched an attempt to create a Deviant equivalent of the Uni-Mind, the so-called "Anti-Mind," and captured a number of Eternals. He was stopped once more by Kro, who led a rebellion against Ghaur, and the Eternals were rescued along with the help of Thena and the Heroes for Hire.Subsequently, the near-immortal mutant Apocalypse set off nuclear missiles at Lemuria, causing a surge in mutations. During the tumult, Ghaur's statue form was captured by the United States military, forcing Ghaur to resume his mortal form. The Eternals helped end the rampages that resulted from the incident, and in the aftermath, Kro and Ghaur formed an alliance in which Kro resumed his role as ruler, but was forced to share power uneasily with Ghaur. When the Black Panther (T’Challa) found a Deviant mother and her human-like child in Wakanda, Ghaur demanded their release, which Prince T'Challa refused. This sparked an international incident, and nearly plunged Wakanda into war with Lemuria when Klaw tricked the Wakandans into firing upon Lemuria, but T'Challa's friend Everett K. Ross eventually discerned that the child was Ghaur's daughter, and Ghaur feared the scandal that would erupt were it known he had sired such a human-like offspring. Ghaur ultimately stood down, and the mother and child were placed in the custody of the Sub-Mariner, with their deaths faked for the sake of the public.