a battle with Skeletor, Teela has a vision and is drawn to a village
called Pelleezeea. She falls from her Sky Sled and is taken in by
the diminutive Pelleezeans, who proclaim that she has "returned".
Meanwhile, Skeletor unveils his Minion Maker and creates slime-covered
mutant bone warriors. Stinkor urges Skeletor to test them out on
Pelleezeea, his own hometown, which he was banished from in his
youth. When Teela awakens, the village Shaman "refreshes her
memory" at the Wall of Remembrance. The carving on the wall
shows a woman who looks similar to Teela and appeared in her earlier
vision, but it cannot be her as it is from before her birth. At
the same time, the Sorceress calls Man-At-Arms to Castle Grayskull
to reveal something of her past and her link with the village. The
Sorceress tells Man-At-Arms that long ago, she left Castle Grayskull
in more peaceful times to wander Eternia. She came to Pelleezeea
and settled there in a form of the woman in the carving on the Wall
of Remembrance, for it was her that the Pelleezeans were commemorating.
She enjoyed her time there, but the peace was shattered by an attack
by the evil Prahvus and his men. The younger Odiphus, now Stinkor,
had betrayed his village to Prahvus by telling him where they kept
their weapons. The Sorceress fought off Prahvus and his raiders,
and Odiphus was punished with banishment. Soon after, Prahvus and
others initiated the time of the Great Unrest, bringing Eternia
into an age of war again. An unknown soldier with no memory and
a battle-ravaged face and arm came to the village. He and the Sorceress
fell in love, and they became husband and wife. The Sorceress reveals
that she is telling Duncan this so that Teela must be kept unaware
of her heritage. Back at the village, Teela prepares to leave, but
the Shaman has stolen the power cell from her Sky Sled so that she
must stay to protect them. Again, she goes to leave, but Skeletor
arrives with his new creations and unleashes them on the village.
He-Man and Man-At-Arms come to fight them and back up Teela. The
Masters struggle against them, but they learn that fire is the weakness
of the bone warriors. For fire cooks them turning them solid, which
allows them to be shattered. Teela loses the ends of her hair in
the battle, completing her resemblance to her mother, the Sorceress,
when she stayed in Pelleezeea. With her destiny fulfilled, Teela
heads home. Man-At-Arms ponders the Wall of Remembrance, where the
Sorceress appears and reveals to him what became of her husband.
He eventually regained his memory and returned to the battle, presumably,
as he quietly departed one morning. The Sorceress was also forced
to return to Castle Grayskull, but this time she went with a new
addition, pregnant with Teela. Man-At-Arms remains to wonder whom
Teela's father is.
I find this is a great episode refering to the back story of the sorceress and how she came to have teela as well as a quick glimpse of her real father. well written. To the iden*****y of her true father covered up face and ARM.... *hint* would suggest that her father is Fisto.