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She-Ra/Adora is the main protagonist from DreamWorks She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and the entire she ra movie franchise.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power
16-year-old orphan Adora of Planet Etheria, who turns into the Princess of Power, She-Ra, after finding a magic sword. She is guided by a group of magical princesses as she wages battle to liberate Etheria against the evil Horde and their leader Hordak.
She has dirty blonde hair, blue eyes, and narrow brown eyebrows. She wears a long-sleeved white turtleneck with pointed sleeves, and red accents (one of which being The Horde symbol on her back, removed after she defects to The Rebellion). Usually worn over her shirt is a red jacket with quarter length sleeves, and a popped beige collar (until she defects, she wears the Force Captain badge). She also wears gray pants and a brown belt with a Horde buckle, which is later replaced with a golden wing, a symbol of her newfound Rebellion allegiance.
She-Ra has long, wavy platinum blonde hair and light blue eyes. She also has a thin golden crown with two wings on each side, and a red jewel in the center, and reliable, golden arm cuffs. She wears a white dress with golden, six-pointed flower embroidered on the chest, divided by a golden seam that splits the bodice from collar to belt. At the center of the bulb sits an oval azure gemstone.
Her sleeves are golden, pointed pauldrons that stand of their own accord. The seam mentioned above blends into the gold trim of her uniform collar and ends when it reaches the apex of her thick golden belt, creating a V-shaped belt at her waist. Her white ruffled skirt, which begins under the belt, is open at the front, revealing a pair of white, skin-tight shorts striped with a thick golden line on the outside of each thigh. She-Ra also wears knee-high athletic white and aqua boots, with gold soles and accents. She completes her ensemble with a knee-length red cape. She is also about 8 feet tall, taller than many of the other characters. In “The Battle of Bright Moon,” she wears a golden breastplate, and her crown has more features.
Adora is shown training alongside Catra, and soon picked by Shadow Weaver to become the new Force Captain. After her promotion, they decide to sneak out of the Fright Zone to see what the outside world is like. While guiding an airship, Adora falls off and is knocked unconscious upon landing. When she wakes up, she finds the Sword of Protection, and receives visions.
- Unlike previous iterations, this She-Ra does not bother with a secret identity nor possesses a split persona.
- Unlike the original She-Ra, this version has no parents, or any known family.
- Unlike the original She-Ra, this version has no a twin brother.
- She-Ra was presented at the Wizard-Con in Chicago like the 80's version and the reboot.
- This version of She-Ra is lesbian.
- This version of She-Ra is the most popular.
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