History WesternAnimation / SheRaPrincessOfPower

18th May '17 3:32:09 PM whateveryousay21
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** One episode had Glimmer take on a new hairstyle, looking similar to the cast of Jem. The episode is spent with every other character pointing out ugly her new style is.
27th Apr '17 10:45:32 AM ultimomant
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* TrickArrow: Bow's specialty, not unlike [[ComicBook/GreenArrow]].

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* TrickArrow: Bow's specialty, not unlike [[ComicBook/GreenArrow]].ComicBook/GreenArrow.



** MMMMMMantenna stretches his MMMMMM's[[note]]as well as his N's[[/note]].

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** MMMMMMantenna [=MMMMMMantenna=] stretches his MMMMMM's[[note]]as well as his N's[[/note]].
15th Apr '17 1:48:56 AM KobyFish
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** In the episode "Friendship", Shadow Weaver turns two Horde Troopers into white rats after they failed to prevent Adora from escaping a cell on Beast Island.
6th Apr '17 3:25:31 PM Tightwire
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She-Ra was made specifically to appeal to girls, which explains the large number of mentally ''and'' physically strong female characters, like Adora, Glimmer, and Madame Razz, not to mention the vivacious, Zsa Zsa Gabor-like nature of several of them, daaaaaarling -- and quite a number of female villains like [[WickedWitch Shadow Weaver]], [[ScaryScorpions Scorpia]] and [[DarkActionGirl Catra]]. The BigBad, Hordak, is male, which has multiple implications, especially since Shadow Weaver is his closest and smartest advisor. Male characters, like Bow, are usually portrayed as being captured or needing help, just as often as supporting female characters (Glimmer and Bow were the most common victims). Furthermore, whenever He-Man pays a visit to his sister (both in crossovers and the FiveEpisodePilot Movie), he generally requires her help in some way. And in the pilot movie, she first captures him, then saves him.

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She-Ra was made specifically to appeal to girls, which explains the large number of mentally ''and'' physically strong female characters, like Adora, Glimmer, and Madame Razz, not to mention the vivacious, Zsa Zsa Gabor-like nature of several of them, daaaaaarling -- and quite a number of female villains like [[WickedWitch Shadow Weaver]], [[ScaryScorpions Scorpia]] and [[DarkActionGirl Catra]]. Sadly it doesn't explain why they all needed to be shockingly attractive, with back-breaking cup-sizes and [[WardrobeMalfunction clothes that were just begging to be worn to the superbowl.]] The BigBad, Hordak, is male, which has multiple implications, especially since Shadow Weaver is his closest and smartest advisor. Male characters, like Bow, are usually portrayed as being captured or needing help, wimps, just as often as supporting female characters (Glimmer and Bow were the most common victims). Furthermore, whenever He-Man pays a visit to his sister (both in crossovers and the FiveEpisodePilot Movie), he generally requires her help in some way. And in the pilot movie, she first captures him, then saves him.
26th Mar '17 3:27:35 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 said, 'For The Honor Of Grayskull! I AM SHE-RA!!!'"''
16th Mar '17 12:28:11 AM whateveryousay21
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* ClarkKenting: Much like her brother, 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.

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* ClarkKenting: Much like her brother, Adora's "disguise" is almost nonexistent, nonexistent(slightly longer hair and possibly a bit taller), and given how she used to ''work'' for Hordak, one has to wonder just how smart the villains actually are. It's actually worse in the mini comics, however, as the artist never bothered to create a unique outfit for Adora so she wears the exact same clothes- the only change when transforming to She-Ra is that her tiara flips upside down as a mask(as the toy itself could do), but even this was inconsistent. Yet somehow no one knew Adora was She-Ra.
11th Mar '17 8:40:14 PM Looneygamemaster
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** One episode has Tung Lashor[[note]]known here as "Tung Lash", which was clearly a prototype name[[/note]] working for Skeletor -- despite earlier and later episodes showing him to be part of the Horde. That inconsistency was even more glaring by the fact Tung Lashor bore the Horde crest even in ''that'' episode.

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** One episode has Tung Lashor[[note]]known here as "Tung Lash", which was clearly a prototype name[[/note]] working for Skeletor -- despite earlier and later other episodes showing him to be part of the Horde. That inconsistency was even more glaring by the fact Tung Lashor bore the Horde crest even in ''that'' episode.
28th Jan '17 7:26:58 PM Wyldchyld
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** A big inconsistency that should have been caught: when He-Man goes to Trolla (Orko's home world) he reverted back to Adam and had to say his [[ByThePowerOfGreyskull transformation phrase]] backwards because magic worked differently there (Orko is an extremely talented magician in Trolla, for example). However, She-Ra had no problems when she went there in "The Greatest Magic". Then again, Orko being an extremely talented magician in Trolla is an inconsistency on itself. Think about how it's described during his uncle's debut episode.

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** A big inconsistency that should have been caught: when He-Man goes to Trolla (Orko's home world) he reverted back to Adam and had to say his [[ByThePowerOfGreyskull transformation phrase]] backwards because magic worked differently there (Orko is an extremely talented magician in Trolla, for example). However, She-Ra had no problems when she went there in "The Greatest Magic". Then again, Orko being an extremely talented magician Orko's greatness is treated inconsistently in Trolla the parent show as well -- he is an inconsistency originally a hyper-competent mage known as "Orko the Great" on itself. Think about how it's described during Trolla, which is one of the reasons why Dree'Elle was so taken with him, until his uncle's debut episode.uncle first cropped up and Orko's back story got changed.
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.
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