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* AdaptationalSuperpowerChange: Tallstar's stretching comes from her cybernetic limbs rather than magic like her original version.


* ShipperOnDeck: They are quick to notice Catra's obsession towards Adora.

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* ShipperOnDeck: They are quick to notice Catra's obsession towards with Adora.


* AdaptationalHeroism: A minor example. In the original, he was a member of the Horde, but in this version he is just a pirate captain who was once a friend of Sea Hawk's. That still doesn't stop him from selling people out to the Horde, though.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: A minor example. AdaptationalNiceGuy: In the original, he was a member of the Horde, but in this version he is just a pirate captain who was once a friend of Sea Hawk's. That still doesn't stop him from selling people out to the Horde, though.



* ShipperOnDeck: They are quick to notice Catra's obsession towards Adora.



* ToughLove: After giving [[spoiler:Catra]] a [[BreakThemByTalking particularly brutal]] TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, when [[spoiler:a [[EtTuBrute hearbroken]] Catra]] asks how they can be so mean, Double Trouble claims "it's for your own good." [[JerkassHasAPoint It's hard to disagree with them]].

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* ToughLove: After giving [[spoiler:Catra]] a [[BreakThemByTalking particularly brutal]] TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, when [[spoiler:a [[EtTuBrute hearbroken]] Catra]] asks how they can be so mean, Double Trouble claims "it's for your own good." [[JerkassHasAPoint [[VillainHasAPoint It's hard to disagree with them]].


* AdaptationalHeroism: A very [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] example. In the original ''She-Ra'', he was a member of the Evil Horde. Here he's "just" a Crimson Waste gang leader, a much more minor form of villainy than his original cartoon incarnation.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: A very [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] example. AdaptationalNiceGuy: In the original ''She-Ra'', he was a member of the Evil Horde. Here he's "just" a Crimson Waste gang leader, a much more minor form of villainy than his original cartoon incarnation.


* AdaptationalVillainy: In the original Filmation cartoon, they were genuinely benevolent and their spirits even repaired Adora's sword when it got damaged. Here, they're genocidal destroyers who attempted to wipe out a portion of the universe.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the original Filmation cartoon, they were genuinely benevolent and their spirits even repaired Adora's sword when it got damaged. Here, they're genocidal destroyers who attempted to wipe out a portion of the universe. But then again, Season 5 reveals not all of the First Ones were evil; there was a faction who rebelled against their genocidal leaders.



* AdaptationalSpeciesChange: Light Hope was a magical spirit in the 1985 cartoon. This version is an artificial intelligence.

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* AdaptationalSpeciesChange: Light Hope was a magical magical, formless spirit in the 1985 cartoon. This version is an artificial intelligence.


* AdaptationalNameChange: From the Star Sisters to the Star Siblings due to Jewlstar's Gender Flip.

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* AdaptationalNameChange: From the Star Sisters to the Star Siblings due to Jewlstar's Jewelstar's Gender Flip.


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* Adaptational Name Change: From the Star Sisters to the Star Siblings due to Jewlstar's Gender Flip.

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* Adaptational Name Change: AdaptationalNameChange: From the Star Sisters to the Star Siblings due to Jewlstar's Gender Flip.


->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/AshleyEckstein (Tallstar)

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[[caption-width-right:350:From left to right: Starla, Glory, Jewelstar, Tallstar]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/AshleyEckstein (Tallstar)
(Tallstar), Alex Blue Davis (Jewelstar), Melissa Fumero (Starla)


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* Adaptational Name Change: From the Star Sisters to the Star Siblings due to Jewlstar's Gender Flip.


* AdaptationalMundanity: In the original series, Light Hope was a magical manifestation of Etheria itself [[BigGood and a benevolent one at that]]. Here, she is [[DoingInTheWizard an AI program created by the First Ones that colonized Etheria]], her purpose to look after She-Ra [[spoiler:and ensure that the Heart of Etheria Project would reach its natural conclusion]].



* StrawVulcan: She's always encouraging Adora to look at the bigger picture and sacrifice her attachments for the sake of duty. With one exception, the show treats this as dangerously wrong-headed and it's heavily implied that this mindset led to Mara's breakdown.

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* StrawVulcan: She's always encouraging Adora to look at the bigger picture and sacrifice her attachments for the sake of duty. With one exception, the show treats this as dangerously wrong-headed and it's heavily implied that this mindset led to Mara's breakdown. [[spoiler:This is proven to be the case when she was anonymously reprogrammed, the humanity she [[GrewBeyondTheirProgramming learned from Mara]] ripped from her to keep the Heart of Etheria Project on-task.]]

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* PinkGirlBlueBoy: [[spoiler:While posing as the female-presenting Flutterina, their skin is pink; while impersonating the male-presenting Peekablue, their skin is blue]].


* HiredGuns: They're a mercenary hired by Catra [[spoiler:and later, by Queen Glimmer in secret]], and make no secret of the fact that their loyalty only goes as far as the money does. This is deconstructed in that Double

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* HiredGuns: They're a mercenary hired by Catra [[spoiler:and later, by Queen Glimmer in secret]], and make no secret of the fact that their loyalty only goes as far as the money does. This is deconstructed in that Double


* BadGuyBar: Their new place of work after [[spoiler:betraying Catra and getting bored working for Horde Prime]], is an exclusive, secret club full of unsavory individuals. They perform there regularly as [[spoiler:as Swen and Peekablue]].

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* BadGuyBar: Their new place of work after [[spoiler:betraying Catra and getting bored working for Horde Prime]], is an exclusive, secret club full of unsavory individuals. They perform there regularly as [[spoiler:as Swen [[spoiler:Swen and Peekablue]].


* AdmiringTheAbomination: Entrapta’s reaction to seeing the cloning wats with Primes’ clones and his guards is to gush and clutching her hair, while Bow is panicking since they’ve been discovered.

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* AdmiringTheAbomination: Entrapta’s reaction to seeing the cloning wats vats with Primes’ clones and his guards is to gush and clutching her hair, while Bow is panicking since they’ve been discovered.



* AirventPassageway: ''Loves'' travelling via vent, to the extent that when she's [[spoiler:on Horde Prime's ship]], which has no discernable vents, she wonders how anyone gets around, as if travelling that way is something perfectly normal that everyone does.

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* AirventPassageway: ''Loves'' travelling via vent, to the extent that when she's [[spoiler:on Horde Prime's ship]], which has no discernable discernible vents, she wonders how anyone gets around, as if travelling that way is something perfectly normal that everyone does.

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* AdmiringTheAbomination: Entrapta’s reaction to seeing the cloning wats with Primes’ clones and his guards is to gush and clutching her hair, while Bow is panicking since they’ve been discovered.


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* DrivesLikeCrazy: Adora and Glimmer both scream when Entrapta “drives” Mara’s spaceship in “Stranded” flying fast and taking several sharp turns.


* TheXenophile: She has dedicated her entire life to studying First Ones tech to the point where she can barely think of anyone else, enamored with the very idea of space-travel when the option presents itself and has gotten herself into one life-or-death situation after another ForScience This also extends to the Horde's technology, constructing her robot companion Emily out of discarded robot parts, helping Hordak build his portal and giving a suggestive, borderline flirtatious remark to a Galactic Horde robot drone just as it was about to kill her. [[spoiler:It seems very appropriate that the closest thing she gets to a love interest - [[Characters/SheRaAndThePrincessesOfPowerHordak Hordak]] - is a cyborg/clone alien invader who relies on her mechanical ingenuity more than anyone else.]]

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* TheXenophile: She has dedicated her entire life to studying First Ones tech to the point where she can barely think of anyone anything else, enamored with the very idea of space-travel when the option presents itself and has gotten herself into one life-or-death situation after another ForScience ForScience. This also extends to the Horde's technology, constructing her robot companion Emily out of discarded robot parts, helping Hordak build his portal and giving a suggestive, borderline flirtatious remark to a Galactic Horde robot drone just as it was about to kill her. [[spoiler:It seems very appropriate that the closest thing she gets to a love interest - [[Characters/SheRaAndThePrincessesOfPowerHordak Hordak]] Hordak - is a cyborg/clone alien invader who relies on her mechanical ingenuity more than anyone else.]]

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