- Adora becoming stronger. She is such a lightweight despite quite literally having the powers of a demigod. She's apparently aware of this as well, if not at least she was after their infiltrating the Horde base. Hopefully their win at the end of the season won't make her become complacent.
- Like others have said before, I hope Hordak actually does something next season. He's a great character in general so far, and of course a grand improvement over his previous incarnation, but so far he's really done nothing besides stroke his little Hordak.
- Hopefully they bring back dark She-Ra. They've been hinting at the fact that She-Ra can potentially lose control since episode 2, and we of course actually see it happen in episode 7. But personally, seeing a character normally associated with being "good" go violent and berserk is my fetish.
But, the fact that one of the few characters who knows that She-Ra can turn that way (as well as having an idea of why it happened) is now on the Horde makes me think that it will be something the Horde may try to exploit.
- Shadow Weaver's backstory (which will hopefully link to a bit of Adora's back story) all hopefully culminating in her death.
That all being said, the staff has been hinting at the fact that the second season will be considerably darker, so I'm cautiously hopeful right now.>>104978889>2) Hint at He-Man and Eternia but don't actually show him yet.
I have no doubt that Eternia will come into play eventually, but I'm personally pretty happy about the fact that He-Man is apparently nonexistent in this show.
But I agree, more gay would be nice as well.