The Loop (TV)
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PlotAs the Galactic Horde's bots and invasion spires land on Etheria, Adora, Mermista, Frosta, Bow and Perfuma lead villagers to safety. From his space station Horde Prime observes Adora and the rescue. While the Etherians take cover under a tent of protective spells, the heroes' plan their rescue of Glimmer using Mara's ship. In the meantime, they choose to stay undercover, having abandoned Bright Moon. They focus on getting intel through reconnaissance and getting as many people to safety as possible. On Horde Prime's space station Glimmer struggles to use her powers while imprisoned. Catra pledges herself to follow Horde Prime then goes and harasses Glimmer. The pair had dinner with Horde Prime, where he revealed how his plan to conquer Etheria would play out. Both women were visibly distressed when seeing the destruction on Etheria. Later he tells Catra that he doubts her usefulness, and claims that she and all Etherians are weak because of their strong connections to each other. While Adora attacked three clones Scorpia stung her unconscious to save her life since they were losing and needed to retreat; then she profusely apologized and said that she'd do it again if needed. Bow, Scorpia, Adora and Swift Wind captured a horde clone while bots attacked their hideout. They abandoned the clone and returned to camp. After holding off the bots they retreated to a magically protected place that Madame Razz had taken Adora previously, the deepest part of the Whispering Woods.
- Bow's Tracker Pad
- Starting with this episode, Daniel Dae Kim is promoted to the main cast, making King Micah a main character, while the title shot in the opening is updated with Adora's new She-ra look and Micah taking Mara's spot.
- While explaining the difficulties of space travel, Entrapta accurately describes the confirmed phenomena of real-life dark energy.
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