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- "Take care of each other."
- ―Queen Angella to Adora.
She sacrificed herself at the end of The Portal to stop Hordak's portal. It's said by Entrapta that Angella is trapped between dimensions, but given the series has ended and there's no sign of her in the finale, her final status is open to interpretation.
Queen Angella has long, dual-toned hair of both pink and purple. Her skin also has a tint of purple to it. She possesses a pair of translucent shimmery wings.
Her outfit consists of a long, blue cape, pink leotard and light purple leggings with purple boots. An opalescent gem adorns her forehead, matching her pearl-drop earrings. She wears special gloves that are white to make her royal personality stand out more.
As the leader of the Rebellion, Angella is very serious and determined. This often makes her appear somewhat standoffish and detached. However, she is extremely protective and devoted to her daughter, Glimmer who both support each other after Micah's presumed death.
She doesn't trust others easily, as shown through her meeting Adora for the first time, as well as her reluctance to try and recruit the other princesses.
During the final episode of the Season Three, Angella admits to being a coward; to stepping aside and letting Glimmer and Micah do all the fighting. However, when Hordak's portal threatened their reality, Angella makes up for this flaw by retrieving the sword in order to set reality back to normal.
Powers and Abilities
- Moonstone connection: Like Glimmer, Angella was connected to The Moonstone, the Runestone located in Bright Moon which granted her a wide variety of powers, many of which revolve around light.
- Photokinesis: Angella could manipulate light at will.
- Photokinetic Blasts: Angella could fire powerful beams of white light. This appears to be a more powerful version of Glimmer's ability to launch balls of sparkles.
- Photokinetic Shields: Angella could envelop herself in a white shield or light.
- Photokinesis: Angella could manipulate light at will.
- Wings: Angella has a large pair of wings attached to her back.
- Flight: Angella is able to fly using her wings. The shape of her wings is slightly inconsistent; in some shots, her wings are short and wide, seen on birds that fly with sustained high speed. In other shots, her wings are significantly longer, with a shape more suited for soaring over water and hot currents of air.
- Immortality: According to Glimmer and Castaspella, Angella is immortal. This means she is incapable of dying due to old age, and thus can presumably live for an indefinite amount of time, assuming she isn't killed.
Glimmer is Queen Angella's only child, and sole remaining member of her immediate family. While Angella is typically very stern with her daughter, admonishing her for her often reckless and rash behavior, she also cares greatly for her, and won't hesitate to support Glimmer when she feels it's needed.
Their relationship is a bit strained, especially following the presumed death of King Micah, as Angella is quick to punish Glimmer over small things. Their relationship is tested further with the ongoing war, with Glimmer admitting disdain in The Sword Pt. II at how her mother locked herself and Glimmer away following the falling out of the original Princess Alliance. It's shown that it's rather easy for Glimmer to get a rise out of her mother, exemplified by The Sword Pt. I, where a calm and collected Angella quickly loses her temper and sends Glimmer to her room for interrupting a meeting. Despite this, as season one progresses, their relationship does as well, such as The Battle of Bright Moon, when a proud and approving Angella gives Glimmer her father's staff.
Into season two, Angella is shown to trust Glimmer much more, allowing her to speak more freely at war council hearings. Although, it's always been implied that Angella believes in Glimmer, she just doesn't want to see her hurt. Specifically, appointing Glimmer as a general, even if she doesn't allow her to see combat due to her naivety. In season three, she's shown to work on her strictness more, having conversations with Glimmer about why she's grounding her instead of just sending her away. Likewise, in season three, Glimmer admits to a worried Adora who's attempting to free her from her 'grounding', that she isn't being tortured, rather, she's enjoying her time with her mother. She then goes on to mention that the war has strained their personal time together, another nod at the war furthering their relationship. Glimmer is seen crying upon hearing about Angella’s sacrifice, although she accepts it, happy to know that her mother's still watching over her and protecting Etheria.
Despite having wildly different personalities, King Micah was Angella's husband and co-regent, with them ruling over Bright Moon together. Angella loved Micah deeply and was devastated by his presumed death. It appears as though she may not still be completely "over" his passing. They were shown to love each other very much in The Portal, living happily with Glimmer. At the end of The Portal, she shares a final moment with her husband, and says goodbye to the fake Micah, before tearfully heading to Adora. As she flew away, she was unaware that Micah was trying to tell her he isn't dead, before being cut off by the portal's anomaly catching up.
Bow is a young ally of The Rebellion and friend to Glimmer. As such, Angella thinks highly of him. Their personalities don't clash due to both of them being responsible and level headed people. She is shown to appreciate his company, only asking him to leave her presence while disciplining Glimmer. In "Razz", Angela remarks fondly to Glimmer how she likes Bow.
Castaspella, the ruler of Mystacor, is Angella's sister-in-law by her marriage to King Micah, Castaspella's brother. The two appear to have a somewhat strained relationship. This may be due to Castaspella being jealous over the fact that Angella is an angelic being, holding incredible power and having a connection to a Runestone, making her incredibly powerful in contrast to Castaspella, who, while comparing herself to Angella, calls herself a "common sorceress". It may also be resentment over Angella's role in Micah's presumed death. In season 3, Castaspella and Angella team up to imprison and question Shadow Weaver, and to make plans to defend the alliance from the renewed Horde threat.
Their relationship is initially rocky. Angella, as the leader of the Rebellion, naturally doesn't trust the former Horde soldier, even after learning that she is She-Ra. Specifically, Angella confides in Adora that she only trusts her for Glimmer's sake, specifically telling her: "Do not disappoint her." Their relationship becomes more negative when Adora unknowingly sits in King Micah's chair during a meeting, angering Angella greatly. However, even after her blunder, it's shown that Angella respects Adora's military background and combat prowess, as she trusts her enough to make plans and protect her daughter from attacks. Her trust was finally gained when Adora helped Glimmer and Bow rescue Plumeria from a Horde invasion. Likewise, their relationship starts to better as Angella becomes protective of and openly affectionate to Adora, wrapping her in a hug with her wings similar to how she had done Bow and Glimmer, as well as telling Shadow Weaver that she put Adora through enough, showing that she cares for Adora's well-being. After this, it's acknowledged that Angella takes great pride in Adora, as herself and as She-Ra. In the final episode of season 3, before Angella sacrifices herself to save everyone, she tells Adora that she is a coward, and is seen hugging her and kissing her forehead before leaving, and asking her to take care of each other, referencing to Glimmer and her friends.
We assume that Angella has lived her entire life on Bright Moon. She met and later married Micah and the two ruled as Queen and King. After Princess Glimmer was born Angella ordered an assault on The Horde that Micah led. He presumably died in battle, causing The Princess Alliance to grieve and end the alliance.
Angella accepted Commander Glimmer's report on the battle with the Horde at Elberon. She then berated the Commander for being too reckless during the confrontation. The Commander shot back saying that the Queen never lets her do anything. The Queen then grounded the Commander for her impertinence. After Glimmer and Bow searched for First Ones' Tech, ignoring her grounding; Glimmer returned home exhausted. Glimmer collapsed into her mother's arms and Angella flew her daughter to The Moonstone so that she could recharge. Later Angella welcomed Adora to Bright Moon after Commander Glimmer vouched for the ex-Horde soldier.
When Plumeria called for aid after coming under a Horde attack. Angella sent She-Ra, Bow and Glimmer to deliver food and supplies. She then forbade the trio from fighting the enemy. After the heroes disobey the Queen's non-combat command Angella grounded Glimmer for a week, which is 3 weeks fewer than she normally does when Glimmer disobeys commands.
After the week passed Queen Angella held a war council to decide next moves. Princess Glimmer volunteered to go recruit Princess Mermista from Salineas. After some disagreement Angella agreeed to send the trio, as long as they avoid violence. Then Queen then okay'd the trio recruiting Princess Entrapta, there was no mention of any consequence for Glimmer's disobedience. She allowed Glimmer and Bow to visit Mystacor, where her sister-in-law lives. She also allowed Glimmer to attend the Princess Prom.
When the Horde captured Glimmer and Bow at the Princess Prom, Queen Angella agreed with Hordak's prisoner swap, but before Angella could turn herself over to the Horde, the Princesses freed Bow and Glimmer and returned them home. When Angella tried to talk to Glimmer about the ordeal Glimmer avoided her mother since she, Glimmer, was “glitching” after being tortured by Shadow Weaver.
During the Battle of Bright Moon the Queen defended the castle and the Moonstone, attacked Horde bots, strengthened the Moonstone when it came under direct assault. And then celebrated once the battle was won.
Queen Angella sent patrols to retrieve a functioning Horde bot for Bow to study so that they could defeat them.
Shadow Weaver stands menacingly over Adora's bed in Bright Moon, and when she reaches for her, Adora wakes up and draws her sword. Shadow Weaver then collapses at Adora's feet, exhausted. In response, Queen Angella doubles the perimeter guard and triples it around the Moonstone, attempting to ascertain how Shadow Weaver entered the castle and thus close the security vulnerability. Castaspella however, comments on how Angella's "dungeon" that holds Shadow Weaver is inadequate, and Angella admits that it's just a side room with some (but not all) of the cushions removed.
Adora, Glimmer, and Bow arrive, with Adora demanding to take part in the interrogation. Angella flatly refuses however, citing safety concerns, and orders the trio not to go anywhere near Shadow Weaver. Angella and Castaspella enter the room, and Adora rages that she knows Shadow Weaver's tricks, although Glimmer tries to talk Adora down, agreeing with her mother for once that Shadow Weaver raised Adora and could potentially manipulate her. Within the "prison", Shadow Weaver, although bleary, is also unimpressed by the posh Bright Moon "prison", much to Angella's consternation. Shadow Weaver mocks Angella, saying she can clearly tell her to be Glimmer's mother "by the way (her) voice grows shrill when (she) scream(s)". Castaspella cuts in, saying she will pay for her crimes while teaching her brother (and Angella's late husband) Micah, and when Shadow Weaver mentions him Angella orders her not to "speak his name", to which Shadow Weaver replies "I am not he one who got him killed". Castaspella restrains Angella while Shadow Weaver coughs and admits that she is here with information to defeat the Horde, only to be given to Adora.
In Bright Moon, Bow, Perfuma, Frosta, and Mermista spy on Angella and Glimmer's argument. Glimmer argues for decisive action to save the planet which is imminently in danger, while Angella argues for caution and prior formulation of a plan in order to ensure success so as not to "lose anyone else". Angella asks for trust, but Glimmer fires back that she didn't trust her with the knowledge that Shadow Weaver was her father's teacher, and that she is paralyzed by fear into inaction when they could be using Shadow Weaver to infiltrate the Fright Zone. Angella becomes angered by this, and orders Glimmer to desist as Queen of Bright Moon, unless she can come up with a suitable plan.
Beneath the Moonstone, Shadow Weaver prepares to draw power from it even as Frosta, Perfuma, and Mermista arrive. They insist on going as well and tell Shadow Weaver to "make that thing bigger", referring to her sorcerers glyphs. At this time, Angella discovers Glimmer to have left and Shadow Weaver to have escaped, so she rushes back to the Moonstone even as Shadow Weaver has completed her massive glyph that begins drawing energy forth from the Moonstone. Despite the speed of Angella's flight, Shadow Weaver finishes drawing up power and reaches a through a sigil toward Glimmer. Although hesitant, Glimmer does eventually grab Shadow Weaver's hand. Dark power floods through her, surging up her arm and around the Moonstone in a black cloud, even as Angella closes to within shouting distance, screaming "no!" Although Glimmer looks back at her mother, she teleports anyway, causing the cloud of power to flare up and around the platform in a massive detonation that displaces enough air to launch Angella away even as everyone on the platform is transported to the Fright Zone.
In the alternate world created by Hordak's portal Glimmer is seen playing with her mother Angella until Micah, her father, arrives. They are interrupted by news that someone infiltrated Bright Moon, and Adora is brought forward in chains. Reality begins to fall apart there also, so Glimmer and Bow let Adora take the lead to travel to Dryl to reach out to Entrapta for help fixing reality. Angella tries to stop them from leaving, but they fall through the floor and suddenly find themselves in Dryl, Entrapta surprised to see them and not knowing who they are. Angella however has pieced together that what she is seeing isn't real, which saddens Micah. Angella then leaves Micah to go help Glimmer, even as Micah is obliterated by the unraveling reality.
As Adora watches the world dissolve around her, she begins to fade as well, until Angella appears flying through the light to grab Adora and fly her out of the rift to safety. She asks how to fix the world, and Adora relays that she must go into the portal and take the Sword of Protection from it, fixing everything. Angella asks if Adora herself shall return, but Adora says she must sacrifice herself. Angella denies this however, and tells Adora a secret, admitting to Adora that she is a coward. She says she has always been the queen who stays behind, Micah being the brave one, and that she always let Glimmer make the hard choices because she was afraid. She continues that when Adora came, she inspired them all, inspired Angella to choose to be brave. She kisses Adora on the forehead then flies into the vortex, grabs the Sword of Protection, and with her last words says "take care of each other", before ripping the sword out of the vortex and closing the portal, leaving the sword to float down to Adora's hand.
A pre-recorded hologram/recording of her in the style of Star Wars appears to Glimmer, Adora & Bow in The Coronation. When King Micah is found alive and exiled, he's initially oblivious on what happened to her but then finds out and is heartbroken.
- Angella’s name is a pun on her species.
- Her "prison" is more of a comfy room with lots of cushions. Many people doubt that it's a prison due to its non-intimidating demeanor and point this out. This fact often annoys her.
- It's currently unknown if Angella's alive or dead, because she sacrificed herself to save Etheria by going between the portals forever trapping herself, or she died in the Process. Given the series has ended and there's no sign of her in the series finale other than Glimmer's vision, her final status is open to interpretation. However, in the series Finale, Adora suggests that she, Glimmer, Bow and a reformed Catra make one last road trip to bring magic back to the universe, possibly suggesting that they also find Angella and bring her back. Series creator Noelle Stevenson has said that she's open to doing a follow up special, which may have them finding Angella and Bringing her back.