History WesternAnimation / SheRaPrincessOfPower

1st Jan '17 6:02:59 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ChewToy: Mantenna's sole purpose seems to be a stooge for Hordak to abuse when he has to blow off steam, usually via one of the trap doors in his throne room. (Although, there was ''one'' episode where Mantenna got enough of a backbone to use said trap door on his own boss in retaliation, but quickly high-tailed it out afterwards.)



* LeotardOfPower: As with He-Man's series, most of the ActionGirls wear one.[[note]]Although Castaspella may be wearing a unitard. It's not clear.[[/note]]

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* LeotardOfPower: As with He-Man's series, most of the ActionGirls {{Action Girl}}s wear one.[[note]]Although Castaspella may be wearing a unitard. It's not clear.[[/note]]


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* PityTheKidnapper: One of the most amusing episodes featured this; Perfuma is captured by the Horde, and Hordak at first demands that She-Ra surrender herself in exchange for Perfuma's release, but Lighthope urges her not to agree to his demands. This proves good advice. Perfuma then proceeds to annoy everyone (''especially'' the audience) with her sing-songy voice, decorate the Fright Zone with flowers, and even coerce the Horde-Troopers into dancing (in ''a conga line'' no less). Hordak quickly changes his demands, saying She-Ra can have her back if she simply comes to get her. She still heeds Lighthope's advice, and eventually, by the end of the episode, he ''begs'' She-Ra to take her back, paying the rebels three months' worth of supplies in return.
29th Dec '16 12:37:53 AM H2SO4
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* StableTimeLoop: When He-Man first met Granamyr, Granamyr told him he has heard of him. It's likely that him reading She-Ra's mind when she traveled to Eternia in the past led to that moment.
10th Nov '16 12:56:44 AM Vandegraff1
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* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: Well, it's obvious here that Allura's brother and his own team can't be there to help all the time, but there's little explanation why (other than her desire to do it herself) seeing as the Sorceress can send either sibling to the other's world any time they want. (He did appear as a guest in one stand-alone episode.)

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* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: Well, it's obvious here that Allura's Adora's brother and his own team can't be there to help all the time, but there's little explanation why (other than her desire to do it herself) seeing as the Sorceress can send either sibling to the other's world any time they want. (He did appear as a guest in one stand-alone episode.)
8th Nov '16 4:58:18 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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->''"I am Adora, He-Man's twin sister, and defender of the Crystal Castle. This is Spirit, my beloved steed. Fabulous secrets were revealed to me, the day I held aloft my sword and said,'For The Honor Of Grayskull! I AM SHE-RA!!!'''

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->''"I am Adora, He-Man's twin sister, and defender of the Crystal Castle. This is Spirit, my beloved steed. Fabulous secrets were revealed to me, the day I held aloft my sword and said,'For The Honor Of Grayskull! I AM SHE-RA!!!'''
SHE-RA!!!'"''
7th Nov '16 3:45:21 PM dlchen145
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* FeministFantasy: An early example of an action series aimed at a female audience, providing young girls with many {{Badass}} heroines and positive portrayals of femininity as a source of strength. Little surprise the generation that grew up on She-Ra became the audience for other examples of kick-ass women in fiction such as Series/{{Buffy|TheVampireSlayer}} and Series/{{Xena|WarriorPrincess}}.

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* FeministFantasy: An early example of an action series aimed at a female audience, providing young girls with many {{Badass}} badass heroines and positive portrayals of femininity as a source of strength. Little surprise the generation that grew up on She-Ra became the audience for other examples of kick-ass women in fiction such as Series/{{Buffy|TheVampireSlayer}} and Series/{{Xena|WarriorPrincess}}.
2nd Nov '16 9:23:42 AM dvegaj
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* BadassNormal: Allura was never - and ''is'' never - the type Adam is in his "civilian" identity; given the nature of the setting, she has to be a warrior and leader as both.

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* BadassNormal: Allura ** Adora herself was never - and ''is'' never - the type Adam is in his "civilian" identity; given the nature of the setting, she has to be a capable warrior and leader in both of her identities. This marks a stark contrast from her brother, who as both. Adam most of the time ''pretends'' to be lazy, pampered and generally incompetent in order to throw away suspicions of him secretly being He-Man. Oddly enough, this almost never comes into play in Adora's case - rarely, if ever, does she attract similar suspicions even when both Adora and She-Ra have similar personalities and are obviously never seen together.



* ClarkKenting: Much like her brother, Allura's "disguise" is almost nonexistent, and given how she used to ''work'' for Hordak, one has to wonder just how smart the villains actually are.

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* ClarkKenting: Much like her brother, Allura's Adora's "disguise" is almost nonexistent, and given how she used to ''work'' for Hordak, one has to wonder just how smart the villains actually are.
30th Oct '16 8:36:30 PM MarkLungo
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* CatFolk: In the episode "Magicats", She-Ra and Catra stumble upon a civilization of magical cats. It turns out Catra's mask was stolen from their Queen, who looks like Catra's feline form.

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* CatFolk: In the episode "Magicats", She-Ra and Catra stumble upon a civilization of [[CatsAreMagic magical cats.cats]]. It turns out Catra's mask was stolen from their Queen, who looks like Catra's feline form.
30th Oct '16 8:35:13 PM MarkLungo
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* DarkIsNotEvil: Madam Razz would fit the roll of the typical WickedWitch - an old hag who uses cauldrons and weird magic, who flies a broomstick - but she's on the hero's side.

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* DarkIsNotEvil: Madam Razz would fit the roll of the typical WickedWitch - an old hag who uses cauldrons and weird magic, who flies a broomstick - but she's on the hero's heroes' side.
30th Oct '16 7:53:20 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* VocalDissonance: Swiftwind has the voice of a GutturalGrowler, which strongly contrasts with his appearance.
21st Oct '16 4:49:37 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* DarkIsNotEvil: Madam Razz would fit the roll of the typical WickedWitch - an old hag who uses cauldrons and weird magic, who flies a broomstick - but she's on the hero's side.


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* NonhumanSidekick: Kowl assumes Orko's role, and Swift Wind does so for Battle Cat. Broom is this for Madam Razz, also an AnimateInanimateObject.


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* SapientSteed: Swift Wind for She-Ra, Broom for Madam Razz; both talk, and the latter also counts as an EquippableAlly.
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