She-Ra and the Princesses of Power | Season 3 review

 She-Ra and the Princesses of Power |  Season 3 review

The 3rd season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power he came back even more emotional, even though he had several comedic moments, the dramatic load for Adora and his friends was very intense. The best was the way in which the interaction between them all improved in this new year.

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains information about the main events of the episode. Continue reading at your own risk.

I like the way they work Gloomy and the need to stop Hordak, but still have their own agenda on top of events. Her connection with Adora ends up being better explained when she says that she appeared in Etheria in one of Hordak’s attempts to open an interdimensional portal for the conquest of the planet.

This bond between Sombria and Adora remains Felina’s reason for hatred, who, even after being humiliated by Hordak, continues to blame all her problems on her ex-friend. It is cool to see how in every meeting, the hatred between them only increases, and Adora needs to promise herself that she will no longer let her feelings get in the way of the Rebellion, as Hordak’s evil is even worse.

I like the way they go after the technology of the first and on the way they end up meeting Huntara, who makes it clear to know the way Hordak thinks because he was part of his troops. The search for Mara’s ship ends up confusing everyone, especially with Scintillating, kind of jealous of the friendship of Adora and Huntara.

And friendship ends up being what comes between Entrapta and Hordak, or rather, one of his clones. We found out that Hordak has numerous clones and this version of Etheria is in trouble, so it needs more strength, and Entrapta ends up making it clear that he is not badly done, he has just peculiarities, just like her. It’s nice that this approach of the two and she ends up building a new armor for him.

The discovery is that Mara died due to the magic used to trap Etheria in a dark zone capable of stopping the Horde Prime trap from picking up the planet’s signal, but Entrapta ends up breaking it and the signal is sent, and she realizes the error that committed.

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power still takes a trip from Adora to a limbo of perfection where everything is incredible, but people end up coming back to reality, except Queen Angela. In a simply intense moment in the extreme, Angela sacrifices herself for the good of her planet. She-Ra’s face to tell Shimmer was a lot of pain.

Archer had good times, like all the other princesses, in the fight their union is essential, but this season really was about Hordak and the bad that he will cause to Etheria.

Already looking forward to the return of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.