Flutterina is a purple-haired member of The Great Rebellion. Flutterina's main power is flight, due to the large butterfly wings on her back. Her wings are so powerful that they are capable of blowing clouds out of the way and also allowing her to carry a fully-grown man. Flutterina also displays two other abilities on a single occasion, the ability to call upon the help of a swarm of butterflies, which are used to deter the enemy, and the ability to transform into a small butterfly. Flutterina's main job for the Great Rebellion is reconnaissance and to spy from the sky.
1983 MOTU/POP Filmation Cartoons Canon:
Flutterina is a former slave girl, named Small One, from Condore's Keep in the land of Sand Valley, on Etheria. After Small One is injured helping She-Ra escape from the clutches of Baron Condore, she is brought to Crystal Castle, where she is transformed into Flutterina via a magical cocoon created by Light Hope. From then on, Flutterina became a member of the Great Rebellion.
2008 Masters Of The Universe Classics Canon:
After the Horde invaded her home planet and overthrew most of the local monarchs, Flutterina was driven underground and joined with the Great Rebellion. As a member of the Beautifly Council, she was magically gifted with fairy wings giving her the ability to fly unnoticed around most foes. This skill makes her an ideal spy and reconnaissance officer.After the Horde located a Laser Gate back to Eternia, she agreed to follow along with She-Ra and several other warriors in pursuit. Flutterina eventually fell in love with Randor’s new Man-At-Arms and opted to stay with him on Eternia after the Second Ultimate Battleground. Flutterina uses her powers of flight to chase off those who make mischief for her friends.
- In the DC 52 Comics, Desira kills a member of the Great Rebellion that looked like Flutterina. It unsure if that character was meant to be Flitterina.
- Flutterina is voiced by Erika Scheimer in the POP Filmation Cartoons.
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