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The Stone in the Sword is the 21st episode of She-Ra: Princess of Power.
Hordak takes his new invention, the Doom Balloon to attack the Whispering Woods. Whilst trying desperately to defend their home, the Rebels each fall to Hordak's assault - when only She-Ra remains, she too becomes victim to the Doom Balloon when the stone in her sword cracks, leaving her unable to act as She-Ra ever again. Only the First Ones can help - so Adora journies to the Crystal Castle to seek their help.
Loo-Kee: "Hi! Did you find where I was hiding today? If not, here's another chance. See me now? Here I am! Today, let's talk about 'sticktoitiveness.' Wow! That's a big word. But it simply means doing what Adora did today. Sticking to a job until the job is done. When you have a job like your homework, use 'sticktoitiveness.' Stick to it, until the job is done!"
- The introduction to the Rebel Camp in Whispering Woods is the same shot that was seen in Into Etheria, but played in reverse.
- Hordak sings a few slightly altered lyrics from the song "Up Up and Away", orignally by the singing group "The 5th Dimension".
- The animators forgot to draw Grizzlor’s nose when he tells Bow that the bars on his prison cell are made of pure Marelian Skrag.
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