They're both seen sad about departing from each other. Canon Probability While the fate of Starco as a couple remains in the air, it is safe to say these two have and will sustain a healthy friendship to the some degree. The family declares this day is the best Stump Day ever. When they reunite at the end of the episode, Star hugs him and thanks him for saving her. Game announcers Marco and Kelly take notice of this, which alerts the attention of all the adults and begin to feel at ease seeing their children play together. However, rather than living a normal life, Star, with Marco Diaz, continues to battle villains throughout the universe and in their high school, mainly to protect her extremely powerful wand, an object that she is still yet to master. While looking through the book, Star upgrades the Mewmans and downgrades the Monsters.
Additionally, the way Star acted towards Marco when he came to Mewni could only make sense if she still had feelings for him. They discover Pony Head has been brainwashed to be a compliant princess and try to evade the robot guards and the reform school's headmistress. When Lobster Claws gets it for a moment, it turns into a dark scepter with an eye, not unlike the Eye of Truth from. Take Buff Frog for example as he went from buff to fat and overweight. It features no music playing whatsoever.
Meanwhile, Ludo leads his minions through the overgrown beard to find the wand. Star is warned by a 'Bogbeast veteran' to listen for the bogbeasts song. Star goes to her bedroom and finds her mother Moon, who tells her that they are in danger and must leave for immediately. They eventually locate her and discover that she is now a huge monster as result of feeding on the souls of locals. At the end of the episode, however, she learns to let go of unhealthy obsessions with material objects and simply cherish the memories of her and Marco's time together.
Everyone, with the exception of Tom, then has their soul drained. Here, one of the characters she voices is a robot caretaker who's similarly sarcastic. She takes him out into a junkyard to retrieve an oversized knight's armored boot, but a crow snatches it. When a yarn monster captures the class, Star and Miss Skullnick must work together to save them. Unable to open the door, Star consults with Glossaryck who suggests she dig deep into her soul to find a solution. Once the bus crashes, Marco and Ludo take turns throwing up into a garbage can. Diaz only accounting for a small project.
They arrive at the library but are too late on returning it in time resulting in Kelly being forced to have her hair cut off as punishment. However, Ludo takes Toffee's side and expresses his disappointment, pointing out that he brought in Buff Frog from the swamp. Star confesses that she does have a crush on him and didn't say anything hoping her feelings would go away. So he kidnaps Moon and in exchange he wants the wand. It is then revealed that the shape-shifting crow belongs to Mina Loveberry, who uses the armored boot to rebuild a full set of armor. When Marco follows her, he sees Star's bedroom loft and everything in it vanish into thin air.
It is revealed that King Shastacan gave Meteora to St. Afterwards, Eclipsa reveals she has been searching for pieces of the Book of Spells to restore it and use the knowledge inside to help the kingdom. Star then finds Eclipsa, who puts the Spiderbites at ease by showing them Globgor's crystalized state. She eventually finds the item in a room highlighting her mother's lineage. According to , Star is the strongest innate magic user since.
Star however believes there's good in Eclipsa than what they initially believed long ago, so she demands the least they can do is have Eclipsa be given a fair trial. He encounters the rats as well as Ludo, who offers him Meat Fork's job. The cube gets confused and lets them go. Despite multiple attempts, he is unable to write into the book until he throws the book into the fire, at which it burns up. Star is surprised by Ludo, who steals Star's spellbook. She can summon many different or change anything she wants with the wand just by saying and pointing it.
However, the Mewmen parts of the kingdom have fallen into disrepair and the people blame the royal family for their situation. Ludo levitates River into the skies while Marco and the entertainers conspire what to do next. Her eyes are replaced with glowing hearts, and she gains four extra arms and large purple butterfly-like wings. Star finds that the inside is connected to her memories, but when she gets distracted she loses touch with Glossaryck, and must find the item before her present experience creates duplicates of herself. When Lekmet uses the last of his power to revive Moon, his body turns to ashes.
Star and Jackie are friendly with each other, but Star is initially more interested in trying to get her and Marco together. Contrary to what they were expecting though, Moon claims to understand Eclipsa wanting him back and the two get along fine. Although they try to persuade them otherwise - including Tom expressing his half-monster heritage - Buff Frog ultimately decides to depart, but reassures Tom and Star that he will stay vigilant if he is ever needed by them. Olga's Reform School for Wayward Princesses is made out to be more like an actual jail. It takes for Star to get her wand working correctly.
However, Star also asks her mom and Glossaryck for advice from time to time, and in Season 2 we see cops and park rangers doing their job. Premiering on March 30, 2015, though the first episode was previewed on two months prior, it is the third animated show for created by a woman. However, Eclipsa then flees with Meteora and Glossaryck, whose amnesia is revealed to have been just an act. The first season took two years to make and consists of thirteen episodes. Star Butterfly casts powerful spells with a magic wand, though she is no slouch in hand to hand combat Mage.