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With the success of the 1983 cartoon "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" and its related action-figure line, the Filmation animation studio and toy company Mattel joined forces again in 1985, this time to create a television series aimed at young girls (and collectible playthings aimed at their mother's purses). Here, the title character (who just so happens to be the twin sister of sword-swinging hero He-Man) leads a band of freedom fighters against archnemesis Hordak and his Evil Horde. When she's not busting skulls in a kid-friendly manner, She-Ra uses her magic Sword of Protection to transform into her alter ego, Princess Adora (sold separately).

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When Hordak captures Swift Wind's expectant mate, She-Ra has to save her. If the baby is born off of Unicorn Island, it will be just a regular horse.
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Adora and Bow's voyage through Bibbetland is suddenly halted when they find a Horde robot plant and their weapons are stolen by two Bibbets.
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Skeletor invades the Hive, Sweet Bee's spaceship, to capture it and use it against Hordak. Sweet Bee escapes and goes to She-Ra for help.
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When Shadow Weaver takes Orko's shadow, She-Ra must raid Horror Hall to stop the Horde witch before she depletes all of Orko's abilities.
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Hordak sends his robot ships to shoot down an Argon spaceship and steal its energy cell. She-Ra and Larg join forces.
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Catra captures a group of the rebels by tricking one of the Twiggets into using enchanted paints to create portraits of them.
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Adam and Adora make Hordak's life miserable when they masquerade as Horde inspectors, enter the Fright Zone and free a group of rebels.
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Glimmer becomes jealous of Adora and plans an attack on the Horde. Shadow Weaver disguises herself and some others to join up with Glimmer.
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The bee-lady, Sweet Bee, lands on Etheria while on a scouting operation from the Hive, a huge colonizing spacecraft filled with her citizens.
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Bow captures Shadow Weaver's magic wand and gains powers beyond his wildest dreams. He places the entire village in danger when he does some showing off.
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When Sprocker is taken hostage by Hordak, She-Ra goes in his place and promises not to try to escape as long as Hordak refrains from attacking the rebels.
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Adora's special locket is stolen by Imp. Adora, escorted by Sorrowful the dragon and a girl named Dena, goes to the Fright Zone to retrieve it.
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A young performer, Drew, runs away from the circus. King Darkspur abducts Glimmer to make her his bride, and Drew is also captured.
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Hordak, requiring a way to see in the Whispering Woods to capture Rebels, abducts Peekablue and uses her to guide his mechanical Grabbers.
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Glimmer is nice enough to a captured soldier, but he escapes with information that the Bright Moon force shield is not working.
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Hordak captures Netossa and tells her friend Spinnerella that she has been locked up by the Rebellion. As a result Spinnerella joins the Horde forces.
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Adora's childhood nurse retires from the Horde to join the Rebellion, unaware that Hordak and Shadow Weaver have bugged her necklace.
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Brigis, a magical village, appears in the present world only once every 500 years. Hordak steals the village's energy by keeping it in the present.
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Orko accidentally conjures a spell that makes Adam and Adora's swords disappear; Hordak sends Monstroids to abduct rebels to work in the mines.
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When Shadow Weaver unleashes the storms from the Cave of Winds as a way to destroy Whispering Woods, She-Ra and the Skylanders join forces.
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When a Horde scientist creates a machine that can change the past, Hordak sets out to change his old defeats into victories right away.

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