All of a sudden, dragon-cycles fly over the palm trees, and Marco sees Star standing across from him. Later on, after learning about the concept of democracy, Mina attempts to convince Star to help her conquer and rule the earth. This episode was wonderful because of featuring Marco at his best again. As a result of the portal's explosion, which in turn was caused by the mixing of Star's and Marco's magic, the dimensions of Earth and Mewni have been merged together. Cast Episode complete credited cast:.
I'm glad Tom wants to talk to Star about her kissing Marco. They should have made it that the wispering spell didn't work, glossarick doesn't want magic to end , they have to go into hiding while trying to find a way to destroy magic. Marco explains to Janna what happened and that Star is back on Mewni; like Star, Marco is sad that he may never see her again. Meanwhile, on Earth, the destruction of magic triggered an earthquake that caused to sink into a pool of black sludge, and the restaurant is surrounded by police officers and television news crews. She wears a turquoise dress shirt with poofy sleeves and a matching pleated skirt, a grey helmet with a spike at the top, a purple bowtie, a purple belt across her waist, white opera gloves and magenta heels.
Go look, even kim possible and phinas and ferb didn't last past 4 seasons. However, this ending makes it feel like the story has more to give. However, Star, unwilling to be forever apart from Marco, goes back into the Realm of Magic to join him on Earth, but the Earth well has already closed. Turns out he stole a magic sword from the Neverzonians that was used to keep a demon at bay. Though Marco and are safe on Earth, Star is still sad at the thought of never seeing Marco again.
When Star re-creates Marco's room, he's delivered a ransomgram revealing that Nachos has been stolen. Just then, Tom enters and brings Star outside to show her a strange dimensional portal in the sky. Much to Star's surprise, Marco having realized what was going on never went through the Earth well and stayed behind for the same reason Star did, and both of them are now trapped in the collapsing Realm of Magic. Realizing what they're trying to do, Mina commands her Solarian forces to pull the Sanctuary out of the water. The Black Millhorse and the smaller corrupted unicorns set their sights on Star and her family, but Marco and Tom appear to fight them off, and as more and more magic dies, the Millhorses all perish as well.
Moon apologizes to Star for everything that happened because of her alliance with Mina, and Star forgives her, believing this is a new start for the Butterfly family. Star ends up on Mewni, unconscious on the back of an alligator in the destroyed Magic Sanctuary. Mina calls out to the ghost of Queen for help, but Solaria ignores her pleas. A storm forces Star to spend more time with the Lucitor family. The landscape is now lined with old castles and urban city buildings, unicorns and mermaids intermingle with automobiles and helicopters, and the population consists of humans, Mewmans, and monsters.
Moon and Eclipsa appear to help her, having decided that the age of queens and magic needs to come to an end. Star wants to come along to see his hot adult body. Granted they had more episodes but they weren't plot based. Star and Marco walk up to each other and exchange a short greeting, ending the episode and the series. This isn't a great episode, but it is good.
However, when she refuses, Mina transforms into a muscular version of herself to try and intimidate Star into ruling with her. Marco even borrows 's to reach it faster, but he trips and falls when he's a few feet away from it. Don't force a creator to rush a final season when it's clear people wanted more but you just want to end the show because you don't like series going on longer than 4 seasons. This fails, and Mina is soon defeated when everybody votes against her ruling them all, including herself. She, like Star, does not get much of Earth culture and sometimes does whenever she wants, like setting a hot dog cart on fire after learning about democracy.
What caused her personality to turn like this, and how she acted before the incident, is unknown. I whish it had the ending it deserves but hopefully Disney will learn how to end their shows in a way that they don't feel as rushed. Star tells Marco to go back to before the Earth well closes, not telling him that this might be the last time they see each other, and they share what seems to be one final hug. Marco gives some pudding to Star, and her memories are shielded. Moon finds her and wakes her up. She wants to be with Marco instead.
Marco, on the other hand, is unaffected by the Realm of Magic, and he realizes it's because of the pudding cups that gave them in the previous episode. Cast: Eden Sher, Adam McArthur, Dee Bradley Baker, Mark Gagliardi, Tress MacNeille, Rider Strong, Leigh-Allyn Baker, Eric Bauza, Kenny Pittenger, Natasha Rothwell. Inside the Realm of Magic, Star immediately starts to lose her memories. She departs into the woods of Mewni, and leaves with her. That's how nice and awesome Marco is! As the portal closes, it releases an explosive burst of light, and Marco cries, thinking he missed his chance to see Star again. When he returns it, he feels bad that they were attacked by the demon so often, so he stays behind to make amends for stealing their sword. Plot The episode begins where left off, with announcing her decision to destroy all magic in order to stop and bring peace to , believing she can do by casting the Whispering Spell from inside the.