Please consider turning it on! It means I've done something for you. Hordak's relationship with Horde Prime is very similar to the relationship between Catra and Shadow Weaver: desperately trying to gain the approval of their parental figure who is abusive and cruel to them, and in general both Hordak and Catra are seeking self-validation and … Entrapta has committed tons of war crimes but you didn't even mention her as someone forgiven too easily. So unpopular opinion, both Hordak and Catra were forgiven far too easily for their many, frankly heinous crimes. Due to her feline display and ancestry, she is depicted as a young woman with sharp claws on her h… Catra goes through even more personal abuses in the form of mind violations, and an invasive, violent purification ritual. Earlandia (and a bunch of other places) will be suffering from Princess phobia for years otherwise. But Catra certainly is! It doesn't excuse their actions, and honestly Hordak shouldn't have gotten a pass, Catra deserved it but we needed longer to get there, but that's the problems with television and time restraints. we’re gay and shit. Show: Entrapta WILLINGLY joins a mass murdering dictator cause science over lives is her aphrodisiac, and then she makes even MORE POWERFUL weapons for him so he can kill even more innocents,and these include her former friends to boot. Catra & Hordak both need therapy, like a lot of it. C'mon, it was SW that sent her off the deep end; not Adora. She has angular features, such as a pointed chin, straight nose and slanted almond-shaped, hetero-chromatic eyes in the shades pale yellow (Left) and turquoise (Right). I don’t see the advantage. [11] The rebooted incarnation of Catra has been praised as one of the show's most complex and interesting characters. My doppelganger is that rebelling greeting card from Futurama. Furthermore, unlike Adora, Catra is well aware of the Horde's manipulations and accepted it for the sake of her own ambitions. I imagine most the remaining Horde probably has an axe to grind with Catra as well, that would be interesting to see play out (would have loved the trio to confront her). She-Ra and the Princesses of Power returns with season four on Netflix November 5. *** I'M NOT SHIPPING CATRA AND HORDAK *** This is about how sad and alone these two feel after losing their loved ones It's been so long since … Everyone deserves a chance to improve themselves - something Catra and Hordak never truly had. This meditation leads Catra to attempt to sacrifice her life so as to save Glimmer's. In her cat form, she retains the ability to speak and possesses greater strength than her human form. After her rescue, Catra repudiates her past behavior and actively fights alongside Adora and her friends. Catra & Hordak (She-Ra) Adora/Catra (She-Ra) Entrapta/Hordak (She-Ra) Catra (She-Ra) Hordak (She-Ra) Melog (She-Ra) a couple of other characters are mentioned but dont appear; Summary. The Rebellion is slowly but surely becoming outnumbered, a princess who was thought to be long gone is soon found, and Hordak has serious problems, what could possibly go wrong? That’s because she now knows Hordak’s weakness: The crystal Entrapta put into his suit that protects and safeguards his body. Thus the only ending that moral event horizon characters should get are redemption equals death or thanks for growing a conscious and helping us out, but you're STILL going to prison for life afterwards kay. Lying to Catra, Hordak, and Adora, Shadow Weaver weaves lies as eloquently as she does magic. In the toyline, she is the principal villain.[7]. And for that, Catra was truly, undeniably good. ._33axOHPa8DzNnTmwzen-wO{font-size:14px;font-weight:700;letter-spacing:.5px;line-height:32px;text-transform:uppercase;display:block;padding:0 16px;width:100%} This is my (character study?) And the Fright Zone citizens have a shit ton of legit grievances with the Princesses. Beep. In Filmation's She-Ra: Princess of Power cartoon series, Hordak is the leader of the Evil Horde, with Catra as of one of his minions. The Horde is more symbolic of oppressive systems/religions than literal. It's part of what makes them so insidious. In this clip, debuting exclusively on io9, find out why. Decades of war have left their mark, and the burning question is: How profound can healing be? Scopia willingly helped the horde with their evil deeds,and just like Cathra did so even after she saw the pain they caused across numerous countries. [4][5] In the 2018 reboot, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, Catra is one of the major antagonists for the first four seasons before becoming an ally to the heroes in its final season. In the 2018 reboot, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, Catra is one of the major antagonists for the first four seasons before becoming an ally to the heroes in its final season. and thank fuck they didn't try and redeem horde prime. Entrapta invites someone else. She’s tired of playing second in command and finally has some worthwhile leverage over Hordak. My favorite post-show Catra Headcanon is that she randomly shows up at Entrapta and Hordak’s home to rummage their fridge and eat their food. I don’t mean to say that Catra and Hordak shouldn’t work to help the people they’ve hurt. As for Catra's temporary insanity in S3. What do you use to sweeten your coffee? Grievously wounded, Catra is left to figure out what the hell happened, where she's going to go next, and who, if anyone, she's going to fight for now. petition here i’ve already signed it and it’s on its way to full please sign comrades, More posts from the PrincessesOfPower community. I'm actually working this out in a fic I put up on AO3. She accompanies Scorpia and Entrapta into attacking Castle Bright Moon only to be impaled on Scorpia's tail by She-Ra. Catra had very few interactions with Adora in S3 and a single triggering conversation hardly compares to Catra's "mother" using her need for validation against her; abandoning her; destroying everything she worked so hard for; giving her a death-sentence; returning to torture and kill Catra herself hand-in-hand with Glimmer (who let it happen); while getting a few more "you're worthless" potshots off ... all apparently "For Adora". Team good guys here I come. Now they're gone. Just rewatched Princess Prom and Frosta says that the Horde never threatened Kingdom of Snows, so her parents weren't killed by Hordak either and "killed many of the parents of the main cast" seems pretty false. She tea… She also did play a role in that final unhinging process at the end of S3, when she literally allowed herself to be used as a battery for SW as SW tortured and tried to murder her adoptive daughter. When Adora is reconciled with her twin brother Adam, she leaves the Horde and is replaced by Catra as the Force-Captain. Catra is also the owner of a pink lion named Clawdeen. So what makes the Etheria Horde "evil" is largely its darker disposition, and it being the invading force in a two-sided conflict. Were Frosta and Perfuma's parents killed by the Horde? They need a lot of time to become better people.