She-Ra Vintage 1985 Princess of Power Figure

Meta Data
Toy Type: Action Figures
Year: 1985
Affiliation: The Great Rebellion
Series: She-Ra Princess of Power
Toy Line: Princess of Power

Related Weapons

This is She-Ra's gold sword from the 1985 vintage She-Ra Princess of Power toy line. Check out her figure and accessories using the Weapons Rack database.This is She-Ra's gold shield from the 1985 vintage She-Ra Princess of Power toy line. Check out her figure and accessories using the Weapons Rack database.

Related Accessories

This is She-Ra's white skirt with gold accents from the 1985 vintage She-Ra Princess of Power toy line. Check out her figure and accessories using the Weapons Rack database.This is She-Ra's gold headdress from the 1985 vintage She-Ra Princess of Power toy line.Purple comb that came packed with many of the vintage She-Ra Princess of Power figuresThis is She-Ra's red cape from the 1985 vintage She-Ra Princess of Power toy line.

Character Description

She-Ra has blonde rooted  hair and blue eyes and is dressed in a white bodysuit with gold starburst design and silver jewel. She also has gold boots and gold cuffs. Her accessories include:

  • Red cape with sheer white frills
  • Sheer white skirt with gold belt
  • Gold crown with gold decal
  • Gold sword with silver jewel
  • Gold shield
  • Purple comb

More Info

King Randor and Queen Marlena from planet Eternia had twins, a boy and a girl named Adam and Adora. Hordak, leader of the Evil Horde, kidnapped Adora and escaped to Etheria, where Adora was raised as a mind-controlled Force Captain of The Horde. Adora’s uniform – which she continued to wear throughout the series, even after defecting to the Rebels – consisted of a red leotard with long white sleeves, red boots with matching gauntlets, and a black belt.

The Sorceress sent Adam and Cringer to the planet Etheria to find the Sword of Protection’s rightful owner. The Sorceress, through the jewel in the Sword of Protection reveals to Adora that she was kidnapped by The Horde when she was a baby and that she had a twin brother. By repeating “For the honor of Grayskull” she is transformed into the heroine; She-Ra. She then releases a captured He-Man and jumps from a window, crashing into the Horde stables. She-Ra lands atop Spirit who is transformed into Swift Wind, a talking unicorn. They fly ahead to warn The Rebellion. He-Man and She-Ra return to Eternia, but she decides she must return to Etheria so that she can help free the planet from the Horde oppression.

Adora, having been trained by the Horde her entire life, assumes leadership of the Great Rebellion. The epic battle to free Etheria from the grip of the Evil Horde rages on, spreading across the corners of the planet. Through this war, She-Ra calls upon her allies across the globe, using their special talents to battle against Horde creations. Whether or not She-Ra and her forces were ever successful in defeating the Horde was never revealed as the series was cancelled before any resolution could be reached. However, it was shown little-by-little that the citizens and kingdoms all over Etheria were rising up against the Horde and pushing back against their tyranny. Unlike Adam, who often feigned laziness and a carefree attitude to deflect any suspicion that he may be He-Man, Adora never acted against her nature and was always seen as brave and selfless, willing to help others in need at a moment’s notice.

When Adora transforms to She-Ra, two castles are shown in the background. The first is Castle Grayskull. The second is the Crystal Castle. The Crystal Castle is located atop Skydancer Mountain and is overseen by an entity called Light Hope, who advises She-Ra in times of crisis. In the Princess of Power toyline, the castle is also protected by two winged crystal horses, Moonbeam and Sun Dancer. The Crystal Castle’s location is known only to Ahgo (King of the Trolls), She-Ra, and He-Man (she brought him there one time); She-Ra has sworn to secrecy its location, thus earning the title of “Defender of the Crystal Castle.”

She-Ra Appears in the following episodes:

  • She-Ra Unchained
  • Reunions
  • Battle for Bright Moon
  • Duel at Devlan
  • The Sea Hawk
  • The Red Knight
  • The Missing Ax
  • The Prisoners of Beast Island
  • The Peril of Whispering Woods
  • The Laughing Dragon
  • King Miro’s Journey
  • Friendship
  • He Ain’t Heavy
  • Return of the Sea Hawk
  • A Loss for Words
  • Horde Prime Takes a Holiday
  • Enchanted Castle
  • Three Courageous Hearts
  • The Stone in the Sword
  • The Crystal Castle
  • The Crown of Knowledge
  • The Mines of Mondor
  • Small Problems
  • Book Burning
  • The Eldritch Mist
  • Bow’s Farewell
  • The Price of Freedom
  • Play It Again, Bow
  • The Reluctant Wizard
  • Friends Are Where You Find Them
  • A Talent for Trouble
  • Troll’s Dream
  • Gateway to Trouble
  • The Unicorn King
  • The Anxious Apprentice
  • Zoo Story
  • Into the Dark Dimension
  • Treasure of the First Ones
  • Glimmer’s Story
  • Enemy with My Face
  • Welcome Back, Kowl
  • The Rock People
  • Huntara
  • Micah of Bright Moon
  • The Price of Power
  • Birds of a Feather
  • For Want of a Horse
  • Just Like Me
  • My Friend, My Enemy
  • The Wizard
  • Unexpected Ally
  • The Light of the Crystal
  • Loo-Kee Lends a Hand
  • Of Shadows and Skulls
  • Jungle Fever
  • Black Snow
  • Anchors Aloft, Part 1
  • Anchors Aloft, Part 2
  • Darksmoke and Fire
  • Magicats
  • Flowers for Hordak
  • Wild Child
  • The Greatest Magic
  • He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special
  • One to Count On
  • Return of the General
  • Out of the Cocoon
  • A Lesson in Love
  • Something Old, Something New
  • Loo-Kee’s Sweety
  • The Pearl
  • The Time Transformer
  • Above It All
  • Day of the Flowers
  • Brigis
  • The Caregiver
  • When Whispering Woods Last Bloomed
  • Romeo and Glimmer
  • The Perils of Peekablue
  • Just the Way You Are
  • The Locket
  • Shera Makes a Promise
  • Bow’s Magical Gift
  • Sweet Bee’s Home
  • Glimmer Come Home
  • The Inspector
  • Portrait of Doom
  • Hordak’s Power Play
  • Shades of Orko
  • Assault on the Hive
  • The Bibbet Story
  • Swifty’s Baby


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