>>109341301>Adora tried in the first couple of episodes to get Catra to join her in her escape from the Horde. But didn't press the issues in their other encounters.
I think she had realized it was futile at that point, and she does bring it up when they're in the First Ones temple together later on. >Adora also didn't talk to her new friends about her old friends and how she wishes they would join them since they aren't bad people (at the time.)
This was definitely a missed opportunity. Again, the show would have benefited from less frugal pacing and a few more episodes, I think. >Glimmer's character is all over the place and she is a brat who can't learn a lesson.
Glimmer is one of the worst parts of the show, honestly. She's an iredeemable shitter and was only entertaining in the D&D episode.>Maybe she will NOW after this third season's ending.
Time will tell. I want to see more of Micah.>Bow was hesitant but welcomed Adora yet shunned Kyle and antagonized Kyle.
Not really the same thing: they met under different circumstances and Kyle is too much of a wet blanket to really defect meaningfully. >The other Princesses are meh with the exception of Entrapta and Scorpia.
I like Mermista and find Perfuma cute, but you're right in saying that those two are the best. I hands down think Entrapta is the best character in the show and her friendship with Hordak is really endearing.>There is a lot of missteps with the Rebellion.>>109341163
Yeah, there really are. There are moments where it looks like it has potential and then times where they just shit the bed. More time spent mapping out locations, battle lines etc would have been good.