>>93446557>Out of order
That seems like it's in order though.>Book Be Gone/Marco and the King
"Book Be Gone" is probably the immediate aftermath of "Starcrushed." The "book" is probably the Book of Spells which Moon and the MHC had discovered is now blank. This is probably introducing the conflict of the "movie" which involves "magic disappearing throughout the kingdom." Moon and Star might be setting off on their own to investigate "the Fritz."
"Marco and the King" is obviously about Marco and River bonding, so it involves Marco coming back to Mewni. If Star and Moon went off on their own in the last episode, Marco will probably just be chilling and bonding with River waiting for them to come back. The "fetch us our loincloths" scene probably happens after this episode, since the town is damaged in that shot, presumably from Ludo's rat attack.>Puddle Defender/King Ludo
"Puddle Defender" could be anything, but it's probably the second part of Star and Moon exploring the Forest of Certain Death, leading into direct conflict with Ludo.
"King Ludo" is Ludo's counterattack and "victory." Given the title of the next episode, Ludo probably ransacks the Kingdom and somehow forces Moon, River, Star and Marco to retreat from Butterfly Castle. I wouldn't be surprised if Toffee is in control by the end.>Return to Mewni/Moon the Undaunted
"Return to Mewni" has our heroes regroup and plan their own counterattack to repel Ludo/Toffee. This is where the story will start transitioning to "deepest lore" territory.
"Moon the Undaunted" will clearly be a Moon-focused episode, probably dealing a lot with her bonding with Star in the present as they prepare to confront Toffee, and featuring flashbacks of Young Moon, with the episode ending either with how she met Toffee or how they became enemies.>Toffee
Half-hour episode. Heavy flashbacks dealing with Moon and Toffee's backstory, paired with the current conflict. Neither side will totally win, but might be Toffee's first setback.