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| place_of_birth =Sisters of Mercy nunnery on the planet [[Vespar (Earth-691)|Vesper]]
| place_of_birth =Sisters of Mercy nunnery on the planet [[Vespar (Earth-691)|Vesper]]
| relatives =[[Kismet (Earth-691)|Kismet]] (Her of the 691 reality, mother); [[Quasar (Wendell Vaughn, (Earth-691)|Quasar]] (father,deceased) & Vaughn family (deceased); [[Warlock, Adam (Earth-691)|Warlock]] (uncle reality-691); [[Ogord (Earth-691)|Ogord]] (adoptive father, deceased), Salaan (adoptive mother)-all reality-691, [[Ogord, Aleta|Aleta Ogord]] (ex-wife and adoptive sister), Tara and Sita Ogord (daughters, deceased), John Ogord (son, deceased)-all reality-691; many unidentified additional adoptive parents within reality-691 and other alternate timelines  
| relatives =[[Kismet (Earth-691)|Kismet]] (Her of the 691 reality, mother); [[Quasar (Wendell Vaughn, (Earth-691)|Quasar]] (father,deceased) & Vaughn family (deceased); [[Warlock, Adam (Earth-691)|Warlock]] (uncle reality-691); [[Ogord (Earth-691)|Ogord]] (adoptive father, deceased), Salaan (adoptive mother)-all reality-691, [[Ogord, Aleta|Aleta Ogord]] (ex-wife and adoptive sister), Tara and Sita Ogord (daughters, deceased), John Ogord (son, deceased)-all reality-691; many unidentified additional adoptive parents within reality-691 and other alternate timelines  
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| groups =[[Avengers]] (honorary member in the 616 Reality); formerly member of the [[Guardians of the Galaxy]] of reality-691
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| groups = Formerly [[Avengers]] (honorary member in the 616 Reality), [[Guardians of the Galaxy]]  
| education = Unrevealed, this includes the vast accumulated knowledge from centuries of study and having relived countless variations of his own life through a series of time loops.
| education = Unrevealed, this includes the vast accumulated knowledge from centuries of study and having relived countless variations of his own life through a series of time loops.
| height =6'4"  
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bio_text= Though best known as a 31st century hero in the alternate Reality-691 timeline, the enigmatic, space-faring Starhawk originated a millennium earlier. His power was granted to him by the [[Hawk God (Earth-691)|Hawk God]] of Arcturus. He was a vastly powerful cosmic being embodying the predatory nature of existence. The Hawk God's influence and actions were often destructive, but they fulfilled a greater universal purpose. His fellow cosmic beings felt that he was power-crazed, excessively violent and gratuitously cruel. The cosmic known as [[Eternity (Earth-691)|Eternity]] brought against the Hawk God for causing the near-total extinction of the [[Watchers (Earth-691)|Watchers]]. Before the council of cosmic equals with the [[Living Tribunal]] as the judge. The Hawk God was prosecuted by the last surviving Watcher, [[Ulig (Earth-691)|Ulig]], and defended by the world devourer [[Galactus(Earth-691)|Galactus]] who sympathized with the Hawk God's predatory nature. The Living Tribunal declared the Hawk God dangerous, partly because he was thought to be a likely instigator of the long-prophesied reality-threatening War of the Cosmic Beings. The Hawk God was sent back to the planet Arcturus IV, around Earth's early 20th Century. He was among the gods worshiped by the early Arturians, and they constructed a 30' robotic computer in his likeness. Upon his demotion, the Hawk God was trapped in this immense replica, in an inactive state.  
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bio_text= Though best known as a 31st century hero in the alternate Reality-691 timeline, the enigmatic, space-faring Starhawk originated a millennium earlier. His power was granted to him by the [[Hawk God (Earth-691)|Hawk God]] of Arcturus. He was a vastly powerful cosmic being embodying the predatory nature of existence. The Hawk God's influence and actions were often destructive, but they fulfilled a greater universal purpose. His fellow cosmic beings felt that he was power-crazed, excessively violent and gratuitously cruel. The cosmic being known as [[Eternity (Earth-691)|Eternity]] brought charges against the Hawk God for causing the near-total extinction of the [[Watchers (Earth-691)|Watchers]]. The Hawk God was tried before the council of cosmic equals and the [[Living Tribunal]] performed the position of judge. The Hawk God was prosecuted by the last surviving Watcher, [[Ulig (Earth-691)|Ulig]], and defended by the world devourer [[Galactus(Earth-691)|Galactus]] who sympathized with the Hawk God's predatory nature. [[image:Quasar and Kismet of the 20th Century.jpg|thumb|Starhawk's parents, Quasar and Kismet of the 20th Century|left]]
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The Living Tribunal declared the Hawk God dangerous, partly because he was thought to be a likely instigator of the long-prophesied reality-threatening War of the Cosmic Beings. The Hawk God was sent back to the planet Arcturus IV, around Earth's early 20th Century. He was among the gods worshiped by the early Arturians, and they constructed a 30' robotic computer in his likeness. Upon his demotion, the Hawk God was trapped in this immense replica, in an inactive state.  
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The humanoid Arcturian race is presumed to be a violent and unstable, this trait is thought to be a side effect of the constant daylight, due to the planet having twin suns. They measure their lifespans in centuries instead of years. The Acrturians also practice genetic engineering. This practice ended in a planet wide nuclear war.
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The humanoid Arcturian race is presumed to be violent and unstable, this trait is thought to be a side effect of the constant daylight, due to the planet having twin suns. They measure their lifespans in centuries instead of years. The Acrturians also practice genetic engineering. This practice ended in a planet wide nuclear war.  
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Starhawk recently returned, changed to a female form and later sacrificed his life to save the current Guardians team.
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Universe
Earth-691

Real Name
Stakar Ogord

Aliases
"The One Who Knows", "The Light", "the Giver of Light", "Hadji"

Identity
Secrete

Citizenship
Planet Arcturus IV, Reality-691

Place of Birth
Sisters of Mercy nunnery on the planet Vesper

First Appearance
Defenders #27 (1975)

Origin
Marvel Presents #9-11 (1977); Guardians of the Galaxy #7, 45, 49-50 & 61-62 (1990, 1994 & 1995)

Though best known as a 31st century hero in the alternate Reality-691 timeline, the enigmatic, space-faring Starhawk originated a millennium earlier. His power was granted to him by the Hawk God of Arcturus. He was a vastly powerful cosmic being embodying the predatory nature of existence. The Hawk God's influence and actions were often destructive, but they fulfilled a greater universal purpose. His fellow cosmic beings felt that he was power-crazed, excessively violent and gratuitously cruel. The cosmic being known as Eternity brought charges against the Hawk God for causing the near-total extinction of the Watchers. The Hawk God was tried before the council of cosmic equals and the Living Tribunal performed the position of judge. The Hawk God was prosecuted by the last surviving Watcher, Ulig, and defended by the world devourer Galactus who sympathized with the Hawk God's predatory nature.
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Starhawk's parents, Quasar and Kismet of the 20th Century

The Living Tribunal declared the Hawk God dangerous, partly because he was thought to be a likely instigator of the long-prophesied reality-threatening War of the Cosmic Beings. The Hawk God was sent back to the planet Arcturus IV, around Earth's early 20th Century. He was among the gods worshiped by the early Arturians, and they constructed a 30' robotic computer in his likeness. Upon his demotion, the Hawk God was trapped in this immense replica, in an inactive state.


The humanoid Arcturian race is presumed to be violent and unstable, this trait is thought to be a side effect of the constant daylight, due to the planet having twin suns. They measure their lifespans in centuries instead of years. The Acrturians also practice genetic engineering. This practice ended in a planet wide nuclear war.

Starhawk recently returned, changed to a female form and later sacrificed his life to save the current Guardians team.


Contributors: Ohitsme, X-fanthom and Empyrius

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