List of She-Ra: Princess of Power episodes

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This article is a list of episodes from the television show She-Ra: Princess of Power in production order.

Episodes[edit]

Season One: 1985[edit]

# Title Director Writer Original airdate Production code
1.01 "Into Etheria[n 1]" Gwen Wetzler Larry DiTillio September 9, 1985 (1985-09-09) 67001

The Sorceress sends Prince Adam to the world of Etheria, where he is to find someone there and give them a very special sword.

Note: This episode is also known as "The Sword of She-Ra: Part 1" and features a different opening sequence due to the fact of She-Ra's identity is still unknown at this point in the storyline.
1.02 "Beast Island[n 1]" Lou Kachivas Larry DiTillio September 10, 1985 (1985-09-10) 67002

Imprisoned on Beast Island, He-Man must convince Force Captain Adora to see for herself how bad the Horde is and how they rule Etheria.

Note: This episode is also known as "The Sword of She-Ra: Part 2" and features a different opening sequence due to the fact of She-Ra's identity is still unknown at this point in the storyline.
1.03 "She-Ra Unchained[n 1]" Bill Reed Bob Forward September 11, 1985 (1985-09-11) 67003

While Hordak threatens to drain He-Man of his strength to power a fearsome new weapon, Adora learns the awful truth about her past from the Sorceress.

Note: This episode is also known as "The Sword of She-Ra: Part 3" and features a different opening sequence due to the fact of She-Ra's identity is still unknown at this point in the storyline.
1.04 "Reunions[n 1]" Marsh Lamore Larry DiTillio September 12, 1985 (1985-09-12) 67004

Adam and Adora return to Eternia for a family reunion. But unknown to them, Hordak follows, determined to capture Adora, and take her back to Etheria.

Note: This episode is also known as "The Sword of She-Ra: Part 4" and presents for the first time the opening sequence that will run for the rest of the series.
1.05 "The Battle for Bright Moon[n 1]" Ed Friedman Larry DiTillio September 13, 1985 (1985-09-13) 67005

Hordak enlists the aid of his former pupil, Skeletor to try to capture Adora and take her back to Etheria.

Note: This episode is also known as "The Sword of She-Ra: Part 5".
1.06 "Duel at Devlan" Bill Reed Steven J. Fisher December 6, 1985 (1985-12-06) 67006

The villagers of Devlan call upon She-Ra and the members of the Great Rebellion to protect them against the forces of the Horde.

Note: This episode features the first appearance of Loo-Kee and him presenting the end of the episode moral. The moral lesson was missing from Episode 1 through 5 due to the episodes being the television presentation of "The Secret of the Sword".
1.07 "The Sea Hawk" Bill Reed Larry DiTillio (teleplay)
Michael Chase Walker (story)
September 16, 1985 (1985-09-16) 67007
While rescuing a group of elves from a sinking ship, She-Ra encounters a band of plundering pirates.
1.08 "The Red Knight" Tom Sito Mike Chain September 17, 1985 (1985-09-17) 67008
A mysterious Red Knight rescues Adora and Bow from an attack by the Horde, then accompanies them to the Rebels’ Fair.
1.09 "The Missing Ax" Richard Trueblood Philip Kassel September 18, 1985 (1985-09-18) 67009
A tall tale about an axe-stealing thief leads Bow to Greenthatch, a town that has fallen under Horde rule.
1.10 "The Laughing Dragon" Ernie Schmidt Michael Utvich September 23, 1985 (1985-09-23) 67012
In an attempt to help Sorrowful the cowardly dragon gain courage, She-Ra and her friends are forced to battle the Horde.
1.11 "The Peril of Whispering Woods" Lou Kachivas Francis Moss September 20, 1985 (1985-09-20) 67011
During an attack on the Whispering Woods, Prince Zed, son of Horde Prime, is touched by the camaraderie of the Great Rebellion and rethinks the mission of the Evil Horde.
1.12 "The Prisoners of Beast Island" Richard Trueblood Michael Utvich September 19, 1985 (1985-09-19) 67010
Catra, Leech and Rattlor capture Sorrowful the dragon in an attempt to lure the Rebels to the Horde prison on Beast Island.
1.13 "King Miro's Journey" Ed Friedman J. Michael Straczynski September 24, 1985 (1985-09-24) 67013
While Adora receives a visit from her brother, Adam and their grandfather, King Miro, the Horde uses a Crystal Dome to trap the Rebels inside the Whispering Woods.
1.14 "Friendship" Richard Trueblood Robert White September 25, 1985 (1985-09-25) 67014
After being called to rescue an old friend from the Horde, Adora is trapped and taken to Beast Island. The rebels must find Adora and rescue her before it's too late.
1.15 "He Ain't Heavy" Tom Tataranowicz Bob Forward September 26, 1985 (1985-09-26) 67015
Adam is captured by Hordak who plans to use him to set his trap for Adora. To save Adam, Adora must become She-Ra to enter the Fright Zone to find and free her brother.
1.16 "Return of the Sea Hawk" Tom Tataranowicz Michael Chase Walker (story)
Larry DiTillio (teleplay)
September 27, 1985 (1985-09-27) 67016
While rescuing a group of elves from Catra and Grizzlor, She-Ra winds up captured herself, leaving Sea Hawk to save the day.
1.17 "A Loss for Words" Tom Sito Drew Lawrence (story)
Robert Lamb, Francis Moss (teleplay)
September 30, 1985 (1985-09-30) 67017
To stop Adora from speaking out in support of the Rebellion, Hordak and Shadow Weaver steal her voice. Now, Adora must get her voice back from Hordak and Shadow Weaver.
1.18 "Horde Prime Takes a Holiday" Marsh Lamore J. Michael Straczynski (story)
Bob Forward (teleplay)
October 1, 1985 (1985-10-01) 67018
Skeletor engages Hordak in a battle over possession of Horde Prime's flagship, the Velvet Glove.
1.19 "Enchanted Castle" Marsh Lamore Philip Kassel (story and teleplay)
Robert Lamb (teleplay)
October 2, 1985 (1985-10-02) 67019
She-Ra and Bow seek the help of an old friend after being captured by Queen Mortella’s warriors.
1.20 "Three Courageous Hearts" Tom Sito Lee Yuro, Linda Yuro (story and teleplay)
Robert Lamb (teleplay)
October 3, 1985 (1985-10-03) 67020
During the Annual Trickster Competition, Shadow Weaver casts a spell that sends She-Ra into the forgotten world of The Sixth Dimension.
1.21 "The Stone in the Sword" Marsh Lamore Mike Chain October 4, 1985 (1985-10-04) 67021
All seems lost as Hordak strikes with his new weapon, the Doom Balloon.
1.22 "The Crystal Castle" Steve Clark Larry DiTillio October 7, 1985 (1985-10-07) 67022
Castle Bright Moon will be freed from a Horde takeover only if the king of the Trolls will reveal a secret to She-Ra.
1.23 "The Crown of Knowledge" Marsh Lamore Chris Weber October 8, 1985 (1985-10-08) 67023
A young boy goes on a dangerous adventure in search of the Crown of Knowledge.
1.24 "The Mines of Mondor" Ernie Schmidt Francis Moss October 9, 1985 (1985-10-09) 67024
When She-Ra and the rebels go to the rescue of a captured prince, they become trapped in the Mines of Mondor.
1.25 "Small Problems" Ed Friedman Steven F. Fisher (story)
Larry DiTillio (teleplay)
October 10, 1985 (1985-10-10) 67025
When Catra's shrinking formula takes effect, She-Ra, Glimmer, and Swift Wind are reduced in size.
1.26 "Book Burning" Ernie Schmidt Leslie Wilson (story)
Francis Moss (teleplay)
October 11, 1985 (1985-10-11) 67026
Freedom is threatened as Horde villains Tung and Rattlor begin to burn all the books in Etheria.
1.27 "The Eldritch Mist" Steve Clark Robert Lamb October 14, 1985 (1985-10-14) 67027
When Shadow Weaver casts a spell on the Whispering Woods, He-Man, She-Ra, and Castaspella are the only ones who must reverse this spell.
1.28 "Bow's Farewell" Lou Kachivas Don Heckman October 15, 1985 (1985-10-15) 67028
Catra takes aim to destroy Bright Moon with the powerful eclipse beam.
1.29 "The Price of Freedom" Ed Friedman Bob Forward October 16, 1985 (1985-10-16) 67029
He-Man becomes trapped in a mine as he risks his life to save innocent villagers from the Horde.
1.30 "Play It Again, Bow" Tom Sito Harvey Brenner October 17, 1985 (1985-10-17) 67030
An old man named Frit builds a monument to freedom that She-Ra must save from destruction by the Horde.
1.31 "The Reluctant Wizard" Ernie Schmidt Joseph Botsford (story and teleplay)
J. Michael Straczynski (teleplay)
October 18, 1985 (1985-10-18) 67031
A powerful wizard who created his own world inside a magical tree finds a friend in She-Ra.
1.32 "Friends Are Where You Find Them" Richard Trueblood Don Heckman October 21, 1985 (1985-10-21) 67032
An indestructible robot brought to Etheria from another galaxy, falls into the hands of the Horde.
1.33 "A Talent for Trouble" Mark Glamack Larry DiTillio October 22, 1985 (1985-10-22) 67033
When Orko is captured by the Horde, He-Man and She-Ra must rescue their friend.
1.34 "Troll's Dream" Bill Reed Larry DiTillio October 23, 1985 (1985-10-23) 67034
Terror strikes all Etheria as the Spider of Crystal escapes from its prison in Skull Path.
1.35 "Gateway to Trouble" Steve Clark J. Michael Straczynski October 24, 1985 (1985-10-24) 67035
Big trouble comes to Etheria when Modulok and Skeletor arrive on the planet.
1.36 "The Unicorn King" Marsh Lamore Kathryn M. Drennan October 25, 1985 (1985-10-25) 67036
After uncovering a secret, Hordak plots to enslave all the unicorns on Unicorn Island.
1.37 "The Anxious Apprentice" Mark Glamack Carol Baxter October 28, 1985 (1985-10-28) 67037
When Castaspella's young apprentice, Ariel, takes the Book of Spells, it ends up in the evil clutches of Scorpia.
1.38 "Zoo Story" Lou Kachivas Mike Chain (story and teleplay)
Larry DiTillio, Francis Moss (teleplay)
October 29, 1985 (1985-10-29) 67038
Kowl learns the real meaning of freedom when he’s captured by Vultak and made a prisoner in Hordak's zoo.
1.39 "Into the Dark Dimension" Bill Reed J. Michael Straczynski October 30, 1985 (1985-10-30) 67039
Hordak's Dark Blaster backfires and sends both he and She-Ra into another dimension, and the hands of the Dark One.
1.40 "Treasures of the First Ones" Marsh Lamore Larry DiTillio October 31, 1985 (1985-10-31) 67040
Sea Hawk and his swashbuckling crew join She-Ra to try and save the Treasure of the First Ones from the tentacles of Octavia.
1.41 "Glimmer's Story" Ed Friedman Don Heckman November 1, 1985 (1985-11-01) 67041
If She-Ra fails to recover the source of the protective power of Castle Bright Moon, the kingdom will fall to the Horde.
1.42 "Enemy with My Face" Richard Trueblood J. Michael Straczynski November 4, 1985 (1985-11-04) 67042
Shadow Weaver creates a melog, a humanoid made of mud and swamp grass, in the likeness of She-Ra.
1.43 "Welcome Back, Kowl" Bill Reed Philip Kassel November 5, 1985 (1985-11-05) 67043
Kowl is suspected of being a Horde spy due to a devilish prank he plays.
1.44 "The Rock People" Steve Clark Larry DiTillio November 6, 1985 (1985-11-06) 67044
The Rock People come to Etheria in search of a new home and find a waiting foe in Hordak.
1.45 "Huntara" Tom Tataranowicz Larry DiTillio November 7, 1985 (1985-11-07) 67045
Hordak convinces a fierce warrior from the planet Silax that She-Ra is evil, and as a result, She-Ra and her friends are placed in great danger.
1.46 "Micah of Bright Moon" Bill Reed Robert Lamb November 8, 1985 (1985-11-08) 67046
Micah, Glimmer's father and King of Bright Moon, escapes from fifteen years imprisonment by the Horde.
1.47 "The Price of Power" Marsh Lamore J. Michael Straczynski November 11, 1985 (1985-11-11) 67047
She-Ra and Madame Razz help Norwin, a kindly old wizard, when his foolish apprentice places himself in the dangerous hands of Shadow Weaver.
1.48 "Birds of a Feather" Mark Glamack Leslie Wilson (story)
Francis Moss (teleplay)
November 12, 1985 (1985-11-12) 67048
Kowl's evil cousin Red Eye makes Kowl the victim of a plot to overthrow the Rebellion.
1.49 "For Want of a Horse" Mark Glamack Bob Forward November 13, 1985 (1985-11-13) 67049
Shadow Weaver and Hordak scheme to capture Swift Wind and give him to Horde Prime for his birthday.
1.50 "Just Like Me" Tom Tataranowicz Gene Ayers November 14, 1985 (1985-11-14) 67050
A little girl joins the fight for freedom and She-Ra helps teach her the power of teamwork.
1.51 "My Friend, My Enemy" Richard Trueblood Carol Baxter November 15, 1985 (1985-11-15) 67051
Skeletor puts Hordak under a spell, which will make him disappear forever unless someone can shed tears for him. But who would shed tears for a villain like Hordak?
1.52 "The Wizard" Lou Kachivas Francis Moss (story)
Larry DiTillio (teleplay)
November 18, 1985 (1985-11-18) 67052
Kowl and Broom go in search of courage but find trouble when they run into sinister Doctor Drome and his sidekick Acrobad.
1.53 "Unexpected Ally" Lou Kachivas Bob Forward November 19, 1985 (1985-11-19) 67053
General Sunder must make a decision between his duty to the Horde and joining the valiant cause of the Rebellion.
1.54 "The Light of the Crystal" Tom Sito Michael Utvich November 20, 1985 (1985-11-20) 67054
The Elf Prince Storm, Bow, and Glimmer are captured by Catra and forced to work as slaves in the Elves' Crystal Mines…can the Rebellion save them?
1.55 "Loo-Kee Lends a Hand" Mark Glamack Robert Lamb November 21, 1985 (1985-11-21) 67055
When Hordak stops time in the Whispering Woods, Loo-Kee finds himself the only one not frozen and must travel to Eternia to enlist the help of He-Man.
1.56 "Of Shadows and Skulls" Ed Friedman Michael Chase Walker (story)
Larry DiTillio (teleplay)
November 22, 1985 (1985-11-22) 67056
When Shadow Weaver is insulted by Hordak, she seeks an alliance with Skeletor to overthrow her master. But of course, Skeletor has no intention of keeping up his part of the bargain.
1.57 "Jungle Fever" Mark Glamack Don Heckman November 25, 1985 (1985-11-25) 67057
Adora loses her memory during an escape from the Horde prison on Beast Island and unless she remembers how to transform into She-Ra, she will be no match for the Great Beast.
1.58 "Black Snow" Lou Kachivas Larry DiTillio November 26, 1985 (1985-11-26) 67058
The white snow of the land of the Selkies is turned black by Modulok's Weather Wheel but the blame is placed on Frosta.
1.59 "Anchors Aloft, Part 1" Ernie Schmidt Bob Forward November 27, 1985 (1985-11-27) 67059
When Sea Hawk’s ship, the Solar Sailor, is destroyed by Admiral Scurvy, Sea Hawk washes up on shore where he encounters a talking mouse named Davy Jones and is revealed a secret to his past.
1.60 "Anchors Aloft, Part 2" Bob Arkwright Bob Forward November 28, 1985 (1985-11-28) 67060
Sea Hawk join forces with his father, The Falcon, to fight a fierce battle with Horde Admiral Scurvy who holds Adora captive.
1.61 "Darksmoke and Fire" Ernie Schmidt J. Michael Straczynski November 29, 1985 (1985-11-29) 67061
She-Ra enters the Dimensional Gate and lands in the middle of a battle between humans and dragons.
1.62 "Magicats" Ed Friedman J. Michael Straczynski December 2, 1985 (1985-12-02) 67062
Catra and She-Ra are accidentally transported to the cat world, Half Moon, where She-Ra finds herself in great danger once Catra falsely assumes the throne.
1.63 "Flowers for Hordak" Richard Trueblood Bob Forward December 3, 1985 (1985-12-03) 67063
The Fright Zone is turned into a blooming paradise as Hordak seeks to rid himself of the rebel Perfuma who he has taken captive.
1.64 "Wild Child" Bill Reed Don Heckman December 4, 1985 (1985-12-04) 67064
She-Ra must solve the mystery of the ghostly White Fangs who seem to be haunting the area before the Whispering Woods are destroyed.
1.65 "The Greatest Magic" Tom Tataranowicz Larry DiTillio October 11, 1986 (1986-10-11) 67065
She-Ra and Orko make a desperate attempt to stop the terrible Dr. Zoog from carrying out his evil plans in Orko’s home world of Trolla.
  1. ^ a b c d e The first five episodes of She-Ra were edited into the film The Secret of the Sword.

Season Two: 1986[edit]

# Title Director Writer Original airdate Production Code
2.01 "One to Count On" Bill Reed Karen Wilson, Chris Weber September 13, 1986 (1986-09-13) 67066
When Bow and Glimmer lead a group of rebels in an effort to recapture Queen Angella's stolen crown, Adora and Madame Razz begin to worry that the rebels are counting on She-Ra too much.
2.02 "Return of the General" Richard Trueblood Bob Forward September 20, 1986 (1986-09-20) 67067
When Hordak attacks Bright Moon, She-Ra must seek out ex-general Sunder, now a farmer who wants nothing to do with war, for help. When his family is captured, Sunder realizes that sometimes you must fight for freedom.
2.03 "Out of the Cocoon" Marsh Lamore Don Heckman September 27, 1986 (1986-09-27) 67068
She-Ra is distributing food to the starving people of Sand Valley when she is captured by the evil Baron Condore. Unexpectedly, a plain young woman named Small One who metamorphoses into Flutterina rescues her.
2.04 "A Lesson in Love" Ed Friedman Phil Harnage October 4, 1986 (1986-10-04) 67069
Young Prince Kevin runs away from home and falls through a dimensional door, where he is captured by the Horde.
2.05 "Something Old, Something New" Richard Trueblood Carol Baxter December 5, 1986 (1986-12-05) 67070
Eli, an apprentice magician, accidentally finds the powerful Serenity Stone and discovers his magical powers are greatly multiplied. With the help of Madam Razz, She-Ra and Eli return the Stone to the centre of Etheria in order to restore the planet’s balance before it is shaken to pieces.
2.06 "Loo-Kee's Sweety" Ernie Schmidt Bob Forward September 12, 1986 (1986-09-12) 67071
When the Horde starts to imprison all of Loo-Kee’s people on Beast Island, Loo-Kee must ask She-Ra for help organizing a rescue.
2.07 "The Pearl" Lou Kachivas Bob Forward October 18, 1986 (1986-10-18) 67072
She-Ra and Mermista take an injured baby whale to the undersea kingdom of Oceana. Upon her arrival, She-Ra learns she must recover the Pearl of Power, which gives the Mer-people their control over the waters and sea creatures, stolen by the Horde.
2.08 "The Time Transformer" Lou Kachivas Don Heckman September 19, 1986 (1986-09-19) 67073
When a Horde scientist invents a machine that can change the past, Hordak immediately sets out to change his old defeats into victories. She-Ra must stop him before the Rebellion is destroyed.
2.09 "Above It All" Lou Kachivas Barbara Hambly October 25, 1986 (1986-10-25) 67074
When Shadow Weaver unleashes the storms from the Cave of Winds in an attempt to destroy Whispering Woods, She-Ra joins forces with the Skylanders and uses their huge airborne island to solve the problem.
2.10 "Day of the Flowers" Bill Reed Durnford King November 1, 1986 (1986-11-01) 67075
Orko accidentally conjures a spell that makes Adam and Adora’s swords disappear while Hordak sends the huge Monstroid robots to abduct rebels to work in his mines.
2.11 "Brigis" Bill Reed Coslough Johnson September 19, 1986 (1986-09-19) 67076
Brigis, a magical village, appears in the present world only once every five hundred years. When Hordak decides to steal the village's magical energy by keeping it in the present, She-Ra must battle to return Brigis to the time stream.
2.12 "The Caregiver" Bill Reed J. Brynne Stephens November 8, 1986 (1986-11-08) 67077
Shakra, Adora's childhood nurse, retires from the Horde to join the Rebellion unaware that Hordak and Shadow Weaver have placed a device in her necklace which will allow them to spy on the rebels.
2.13 "When Whispering Woods Last Bloomed" Ed Friedman Frank Becker September 26, 1986 (1986-09-26) 67078
Hordak kidnaps Netossa and tells her friend Spinnerella that she has been imprisoned by the Rebellion. Spinnerella joins the Horde forces, creating a huge whirlwind that threatens to break through the defenses of Whispering Woods.
2.14 "Romeo and Glimmer" Tom Tataranowicz Don Heckman November 15, 1985 (1985-11-15) 67079
Glimmer is kind to Romeo, a member of the Horde, but he escapes with information that the Bright Moon force shield is not working.
2.15 "The Perils of Peekablue" Ernie Schmidt Bob Forward November 22, 1986 (1986-11-22) 67080
Hordak, needing a way to see into the Whispering Woods in order to capture rebels, kidnaps the all-seeing Peekablue and uses her to guide his mechanical Grabbers. Under Shadow Weaver's evil spell, Peekablue helps the Horde capture the rebels. Now, She-Ra must foil Hordak's plan and free Peekablue from the spell.
2.16 "Just the Way You Are" Lou Kachivas Carol Baxter October 3, 1986 (1986-10-03) 67081
Drew, a young circus performer, runs away when he thinks his father doesn't love him. When the evil King Darkspur abducts Glimmer to make her his bride, Drew is also captured. Adam and Adora go to the rescue and Drew discovers that his father's affection for him is very real.
2.17 "The Locket" Richard Trueblood Michael Utvich October 10, 1986 (1986-10-10) 67082
Imp steals a special locket given to Adora by Sea Hawk. Adora, accompanied by Sorrowful, the dragon, and a young girl named Dena, goes to the Fright Zone to recover it. When Hordak captures the girl, She-Ra, Sorrowful and Sea Hawk must go to the rescue.
2.18 "She-Ra Makes a Promise" Tom Sito Denis Higgins October 17, 1986 (1986-10-17) 67083
When Sprocker is captured by Hordak, She-Ra takes his place in prison and vows not to attempt escape as long as Hordak refrains from attacking the rebels. Hordak breaks his promise and She-Ra puts in a telepathic call to her brother, He-Man, who frees her and assists in the rescue of Bow, Madam Razz and Broom from Beast Island.
2.19 "Bow's Magical Gift" Lou Kachivas Philip Kassel October 24, 1986 (1986-10-24) 67084
When Bow captures Shadow Weaver's magic wand, he gains powers beyond his wildest dreams. But he shows off too much with the wand and almost allows the village of Glenmar to be captured by the Horde.
2.20 "Sweet Bee's Home" Tom Tataranowicz Bob Forward November 29, 1986 (1986-11-29) 67085
The bee-lady, Sweet Bee, crash lands on Etheria while on a scouting mission from the Hive, a huge colonizing spacecraft filled with her people. Hordak plans to trick the peaceful bee-people into landing on the planet so he can enslave them.
2.21 "Glimmer Come Home" Ernie Schmidt Steven J. Fisher October 31, 1986 (1986-10-31) 67086
Glimmer becomes jealous of Adora and plans her own attack on the Horde. Shadow Weaver disguises herself and several Horde Troopers so they may join up with Glimmer. When Glimmer attacks the Horde and Shadow Weaver reveals herself, She-Ra must come to Glimmer's rescue.
2.22 "The Inspector" Bill Nunes J. Larry Carroll November 7, 1986 (1986-11-07) 67087
Prince Adam and Adora make Hordak's life miserable when they disguise themselves as Horde Inspectors, gain entrance to the Fright Zone and rescue a group of captured rebels as well as Adora's sword.
2.23 "Portrait of Doom" Bill Nunes J. Larry Carroll December 6, 1986 (1986-12-06) 67088
Catra captures a group of the rebels by tricking one of the Twiggets into using enchanted paints to create mysterious, Dorian Gray-like portraits of them and She-Ra is forced to lead a desperate rescue mission to the Fright Zone.
2.24 "Hordak's Power Play" Bill Nunes Brooks Wachtel, Tom Bagen November 14, 1986 (1986-11-14) 67089
Hordak sends his robot ships to shoot down an Argon spaceship and steal its powerful energy cell. She-Ra joins forces with Larg, the pilot of the spaceship, to get the energy cell back from Hordak before it explodes and destroys all of Etheria.
2.25 "Shades of Orko" Bill Reed J. Larry Carroll November 21, 1986 (1986-11-21) 67090
When Shadow Weaver steals Orko's shadow, She-Ra, Man-At-Arms, and the rebels must invade Horror Hall itself to stop the Horde caster before she drains away all of Orko's magical powers.
2.26 "Assault on the Hive" Richard Trueblood Bob Forward December 13, 1986 (1986-12-13) 67091
Skeletor invades the Hive, Sweet Bee's colonizing spaceship, in order to capture it and use it against Hordak. Sweet Bee escapes the invasion and goes to She-Ra for help. She-Ra also calls on He-Man for additional assistance. Together, they must stop Skeletor and free the Hive.
2.27 "The Bibbet Story" Marsh Lamore Don Heckman November 28, 1986 (1986-11-28) 67092
Adora and Bow's journey through Bibbetland is abruptly halted when they discover a Horde robot factory and their weapons are stolen by two small Bibbets. They recover the weapons, but must persuade the peace-loving Blbbets to defend themselves against the Horde.
2.28 "Swifty's Baby" Ed Friedman Arthur H. Nadel (story)
J. Larry Carroll (story and teleplay)
December 5, 1986 (1986-12-05) 67093
When Hordak kidnaps Swift Wind's expectant mate, She-Ra has to rescue her as quickly as possible. If the baby is born anywhere but on Unicorn Island, it will be just a normal horse and not a unicorn like its parents!

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