|死亡||August 4, 2014|
|电影||Guardians of the Galaxy|
|漫画||Guardians of the Galaxy Prequel Infinite Comic|
They call me terrorist, radical, zealot because I obey the ancient laws of my people, the Kree.... and punish those who do not. Because I do not forgive your people for taking the life of my father, and his father, and his father before him. A thousand years of war between us will not be forgotten!
Ronan the Accuser was a radical member of the Kree race. A ferocious genocidal militarist, Ronan attempted to eradicate the Xandarians by forging an alliance with Thanos, offering the Orb in exchange for the destruction of Xandar. After a long Quest for the Orb, Ronan finally acquired the Orb, and decided against giving it to Thanos, choosing to take the Orb's power for himself. Using his new-found power he attacked Xandar but was defeated and killed by the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Ronan was a sadistic, dogmatic member of the Kree who held a strong authoritative position in his race's military. A supporter of Thanos, Ronan trained the warlord's two adopted daughters, Gamora and Nebula, to be fierce warriors.
During one of his many actions across the galaxy, Ronan murdered Hovat and Kamaria, the wife and child of Drax the Destroyer. This made Drax lose his sanity and go on a killing spree across the galaxy.
In Thanos' quest to obtain the Infinity Stones, Ronan, who sought to bring about genocide against the Xandarian race, agreed to aid Thanos in his search for the Orb in exchange for Thanos' help in an attack against the Xandarian homeworld.
The Chase Begins
My government knows no shame. The Xandarians and your culture are a disease."
"You will never rule Xandar."
"No. I will cure it!
—— Ronan the Accuser and Nova Corpsman[src]
On the Dark Aster, Ronan was dressed in his armor before he began a ritualistic killing of a member of the Nova Corp. When the Corpsman insisted that he would never be able to rule Xandar, Ronan told the Corpsman that he intended to cure Xandar before crushing his head with the his Universal Weapon. As the Corpsman's blood drained away, Nebula informed Ronan that Korath the Pursuer had returned.
Korath informed Ronan that the Orb had been taken from him by an outlaw who called himself Star-Lord; Korath explained that his sources had learned that Star-Lord intended to sell the Orb to a man named Broker on Xandar. Ronan, unwilling to be denied his chance for vengeance, ordered Nebula to travel to Xandar and retrieve the Orb from Star-Lord. Gamora, however, insisted that she should be the one to go as she knew Xandar and Nebula would likely get herself killed. Ronan agreed and sent Gamora to Xandar, telling her not to fail in her mission.
Ronan however was unaware that Gamora had decided to leave her life as a killer and planned on betraying him and Thanos by selling the orb to a third party: the Collector, using the money to escape from her family and her life of killing. Soon, he found out that Gamora had been captured during her mission and incarcerated in the Nova Corps prison of Kyln. When The Mad Titan Thanos learnt of Gamora's capture and betrayal, he summoned Ronan and his other daughter Nebula to the Sanctuary to discuss the recent events. Although Ronan still insisted that Gamora was likely simply captured and was still planning on delivering the Orb, The Other informed him that Thanos had sources inside the Kyln who confirmed Gamora's betrayal.
Speaking to Thanos
I only ask that you take this matter seriously."
"The only matter I do not take seriously, boy, is you.
Once they arrived at the Sanctuary, Thanos' servant The Other spoke for Thanos, accusing Ronan of being the cause of Gamora's betrayal and demanded Ronan show Thanos respect. When the Other's taunts began to annoy him, Ronan killed him by breaking his neck with his Universal Weapon. Thanos was unaffected by his servant's death; however, he mocked and threatened Ronan, claiming if he failed him again then he would bathe the stairways in his blood. Nebula then confirmed that Ronan would never find a war against Thanos.
Thanos then ordered Ronan and Nebula to raid the Kyln. However, by the time they arrived, Gamora had already escaped along with the rest of her new allies. Ronan ordered Nebula to capture and torture the guards in an attempt to learn where Gamora had escaped to, but found the guard did not know. Realizing that the Nova Corps was coming to help retake the prison and knowing that none of the staff had any useful Information, he ordered Nebula to cleanse the prison and have everybody inside the prison to be executed.
I do not recall killing your family, I doubt I'll remember killing you either
Ronan eventually tracked Gamora and her allies to the planet Knowhere, home of the Collector, thanks to a message from Drax the Destroyer who wanted revenge for Ronan killing his wife and daughter. When Gamora attempted to flee, Ronan attempted to pursue only to be confronted by Drax and so had Nebula pursue her instead. Drax launched numerous attacks at Ronan, but Ronan was easily able to evade Drax's attacks while landing several of his own. To prove a point, he even let Drax repeatedly punch him in the stomach to no effect. He beat Drax half to death and left him to drown in a vat of spinal fluid. Nebula then called Ronan, having retrieved the Orb from Gamora and, with this information, Ronan returned to the Dark Aster.
BOY! I would reconsider your current course!"
"YOU CALL ME "BOY"?! I will unfurl one thousand years of Kree justice on Xandar AND BURN IT TO ITS CORE!! Then, Thanos, I'm coming for you!
—— Ronan betrays Thanos[src]
On the Dark Aster, Nebula gave the Orb to Ronan who then attached it to the Universal Weapon. He was soon contacted by Thanos, who ordered him to hand over the Orb to him. Ronan realised that with the Orb's power he no longer needed Thanos help to invade Xandar and so severed ties with the Titan and warned him that after he destroyed Xandar he would be coming for him next. Nebula, having resented Thanos' treatment of her over the years, joined Ronan and converged on Xandar.
Xandar, you stand accused. Your wretched peace treaty will not save you now. 'Tis the tinder on which you burn!
As they approuched Xandar, Ronan's ship was confronted by the Nova Corps, Ravagers and Guardians of the Galaxy. When the ship was boarded by the Guardians, Ronan sent Nebula to kill them. The Nova Corps stalled the Dark Aster's approach on Xandar while Rocket Raccoon and the Ravagers protected the civilians. Ronan responded by using the Orb's power to destroy the Nova Corps' entire fleet.
Ronan found himself confronted by Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, and Groot after they had defeated Nebula and Korath the Pursuer. The Guardians shot Ronan in the chest with the Hadron Enforcer, causing a small explosion, however, Ronan was unaffected and easily overpowered the group with a blast from his hammer. Drax the Destroyer attempted to fight Ronan once again, but Ronan simply grabbed his throat and began to choke him while mocking him about his dead family. Before he could kill the team, Rocket Raccoon crashed his ship into the Dark Aster, knocking over Ronan, heavily damaging the ship, and causing it to crash.
But once again, Ronan was completely unharmed. As Ronan walked out of the wreckage, Rocket Raccoon furiously attempted to attack him in revenge for killing Groot, but Ronan easily used an energy blast to shoot him away. Ronan mocked the group and prepared to unleash the Orb's power to destroy Xandar. The moment before he could unleash the power however, he became distracted by Star-Lord, who had challenged him to a dance-off. This distraction allowed Rocket Raccoon enough time to repair the Hadron Enforcer before Drax fired it, destroying Ronan's Universal Weapon, disarming him and leaving the Orb flying in the air before him.
You're mortal! How?..."
"You said it yourself, bitch. We're the Guardians of the Galaxy.
—— The Guardians defeat Ronan[src]
In a desperate move to gain kill each other, both Ronan and Peter Quill attempted to catch the Orb the second it hung unprotected in the air; however, Quill was a moment faster and quickly caught the Orb. The moment that the Orb was touched it unleashed a massive amount of energy, causing a shock-wave which threw Ronan backwards and almost killing Quill as his body was slowly ripped apart from the inside by the Orb's seemingly uncontrollable power.
Ronan laughed as he watched Quill scream in pain and seemingly accept his fate. However, Ronan witnessed Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, and Rocket Raccoon grab Quill's hand, helping with the burden of the Orb's power and gaining complete control over it. Ronan looked on in horror and demanded to know how that was possible, and Quill informed him it was because they were a team, before directing the Orb's energy at Ronan, killing him.
My government knows no shame. You Xandarians and your culture are a disease.
Ronan was a proud and passionate crusader who fiercely upheld ancient Kree teachings and thought that everyone in the galaxy should be judged by them, holding Kree culture to be superior. Nonetheless, he expressed contempt even towards his fellow Kree who signed the peace treaty with Xandar. He believed his power and self-righteousness gave him the authority to punish those he deemed unwilling or incapable of following his severe moral code, although he was pragmatic enough to form an alliance with Thanos to destroy Xandar.
Since the war with Xandar killed his ancestors, Ronan not only opposed peace with Xandar, but decided to carry out his retribution on the entire present generation of Xandarians, regardless of their complicity in the war or lack thereof. Ronan saw his warped views as justice, but they ultimately amounted to a form of might makes right. Even so, he had enough sense to recognize Thanos' cruelty and betrayed him.
Ronan possesses all of the various superhuman attributes common amongst his people, such as superhuman strength and an efficient healing factor.
- Kree Physiology: As a Kree, Ronan has the following superhuman abilities.
- Superhuman Strength: Ronan possessed enough strength to knock Drax around like a rag-doll and could physically take on the entire Guardians team, single-handedly. He was thought to be one of the strongest of the Kree and was worshiped by some for his great power. His strength was impressive enough that he was even able to survive direct exposure to the Orb's power long enough until combining it with his Universal Weapon. It is possible that his natural abilities were augmented by exposure to the Infinity Stone.
- Superhuman Durability: While not indestructible, Ronan had incredible durability, well beyond that of a human.
- Superhuman Agility: Despite his massive size, Ronan was easily able to counter all of Drax's hits when he chose to do so, given than Drax attacked him in a drunken state.
- Regenerative Healing Factor: As with all Kree, Ronan possesses a healing factor which allows him to recover from injuries in a much shorter timespan than humans.
- Expert Tactician: Ronan is an experienced and exonerated member of the Kree military, and as such, he is a skilled strategist.
- Master Combatant: As a warrior and military figurehead, it is only natural that Ronan would have extensive combat and military training. He had very impressive hand to hand skills, easily countering Drax the Destroyer's hits with little effort and defeating him in battle twice. He also trained Gamora and Nebula to become expert warriors.
- Hammer Mastery: Thanks to his training, Ronan is extremely proficient in wielding melee weapons, especially his hammer, the Universal Weapon.
- Universal Weapon - Ronan was the wielder of the Universal Weapon, a large staff-like war hammer. In addition to using it as a melee weapon, he can also fire some sort of force that is capable of snapping a person's neck by twisting their head 180 degrees, as he did to The Other.
- Kree Armor - Ronan used a technologically advanced battlesuit that enhanced his strength and durability to levels higher than they already were.
- Dark Aster - Ronan was the commander of his own spacecraft, the Dark Aster, which came with a complete crew and combat squadron.
- Great Grandfather †
- Grandfather †
- Father †
- 灭霸 - 前主人
- 异者† - Ally turned Victim
- Hovat † - 受害者
- Kamaria † - Victim
- Moloka Dar † - Victim
- Monstrous Inmate † - Victim
- 银河守护者 - 凶手
- Nova Corps
- Garthan Saal † - Victim
- In the comics, Ronan became an anti-hero, torn between his loyalties to the Kree and the heroes of Earth with whom he allied on several occasions. He even became the second husband of the Inhuman princess Crystal.
- In the Ultimate Marvel imprint, Ronan was Thanos's son.