The Pixie Empress flirts with Ferguson. When they can't pay it, they are forced to work in a. However it proves to be real and attack them as they did not thank it that day. Marco starts to feel bad about the mishaps he caused and wants them to go on without him, but Jackie and Star convince him otherwise. Marco lies to Star, not telling her about the truth of his adventures and continues to help Hekapoo close portals.
Star is snubbed by Tom when his family arrives. She convinces him to come back, but the High Commission attack him despite his claim of innocence. Afterward, wanting to prove her wrong, Moon decides not to solve all her people's problems anymore and lets Mina be as she goes after Eclipsa. However, after being unimpressed by monster culture, Star accuses them of prejudice, until their daughter Princess Penelope is revealed to be in a relationship with one. While King River returns on some eagles, Queen Moon checks on Eclipsa who is still encased in crystal, however as Moon leaves, the crystal that holds Eclipsa cracks.
They reluctantly agree, and Eclipsa is put on house arrest in the meantime. Meteora and Mariposa capture the two and take them to see Wyscan the Granter so that he can give Mariposa magic powers of her own. Olga's Reform School for Wayward Princesses, Miss Heinous hires a lizard-man bounty hunter named Rasticore to destroy Princess Star and to capture Princess Marco. Diaz arrives to find Hungry Larry has eaten everyone, and rescues them. Johnson stated that Star vs.
They secretly infiltrate the ceremony for Star to rescue Tom, but the demoncism goes ahead as scheduled, only for its organizer to reveal that he still has plenty of rage in him. Under her rule, the living conditions of the monster population have greatly improved and she has invested a huge amount of resources into unsuccessfully freeing Globgor from his imprisonment. Eclipsa suggests to Star that her dreams should be embraced openly as to understand what she is truly capable of. Archived from on March 16, 2015. Star uses the seeing eye spell to find Glossaryck and pleads for him to come back, but he refuses, saying that he has to follow Ludo now. They apologize for their actions, and worked together to make the Stump spare them. As Marco tries to fashion something to fight them off, he recounts how he tried to cheer up Star because she left her phone number for her crush, a -playing student named Oskar, but he has not called her back.
Star rushes in and reveals that her communication device cannot pick up Moon or Ponyhead's devices, and she declares that they need to return to Mewni. On Song Day, a large crowd, including Marco, Star's parents and the Magic High Commission, gather to hear Star's song. However, Star convinces her to stop by pointing out that she will just prove herself the villain everyone claims her to be. Meanwhile, Moon visits Ludo's parents and with help from his brother, Dennis, learns that he is at the monster temple and in possession of the other half of Star's wand. Meanwhile, Ludo leads his minions through the overgrown beard to find the wand. Their investigation eventually brings them to a merchant named Apothecary Sherry, who reveals a monster named Ruben bought some. At the end Tom's mom takes the last photo of Star and Tom for the photo album and explains that the rain appeared because of her emotions.
She eventually finds her mother, who has regained the other half of her soul, but suffers from amnesia due to the realm's influence. It is revealed that Star is attracted to a portal, but as she passes through, the camera is knocked off, and Marco begins to panic. However, Glossaryck is summoned to the Bureau of Magic; he tells Star not to turn to that page, and his consciousness is dragged away into another dimension. Tom claims he has turned over a new leaf, having hired an anger management consultant. Star and her sisters try to cheer her up, but she runs away with them giving chase. They arrive at the monster temple, where they find Eclipsa's monster husband, Globgor, inside a crystal prison. It is a Naysaya, a curse that Tom had placed on Marco so that Marco would not be able to ask out Star.
He parents decide to send her to Earth as a foreign exchange student to continue her training after she sets fire on the family castle. Moon was set to decide between signing a peace treaty or going to war against the monster army, led by Toffee. After she accidentally sets fire to the family castle, her parents King River and Queen Moon Butterfly decide that a safer option is to send her to Earth as a , so she can continue her magic training there. Later Janna burns the Stump on the fireplace. At a park, when Mina announces she plans to take over the world, the people decide to hold a vote on whether Mina should rule, and Star is left to break the tie. . Everyone, with the exception of Tom, then has their soul drained.
While Moon and the Commission don't trust Eclipsa and want to re-crystallize her, Star convinces them to give her a fair trial. After consulting with Glossaryck, Star's parents determine that there is one more piece of the wand that must be found in order to repair it. Star's birthday falls on Stump day, but she never celebrates it as she says that they must pray to the stump, but Marco decides to hold her birthday anyway, as no one except Star believes that the Stump is real. She denies this, and eventually reluctantly asks him to dance, which they begin to enjoy, and the Ball is declared a success. Star's parents learn from Baby that despite not being organized, losing the book of spells, and failing to do simple spells, Star has magic potential way ahead of when her mother was her age, and might even be comparable to. Meanwhile, Ludo tries to activate his wand so he can fight off some rats at a tavern, learning that it works when he gets beat up and enraged. The resulting explosion destroys Ludo's castle and Toffee, after which Star banishes Ludo.