Skeletor's at it again, and this time he ends up causing King Randor to be injured by a collapsing pillar, courtesy of He-Man's good intentions.
While the heroes are busy with that, Skeletor causes two ants to become giant monsters, which then wreak havoc on the city of Eternia. Man-At-Arms and He-Man fend off the attack, and He-Man chases after the insects, in case of another attack.
Along the way, he meets up with Zodac, who tells him that the universal balance must be kept. Because Skeletor has recently discovered a half of the Power Sword, Zodac gives He-Man the Talon Fighter. (Note: He also describes the Ancients as scientists, not magicians, as well.) As always, Skeletor is defeated, and the Spirit of Grayskull thanks the hero.
In the second story, He-Man and Man-At-Arms are testing out Man-At-Arms' new spiked mace, when He-Man mentions Man-At-Arms' other new invention, the Attak-Trak. Man-At-Arms describes the vehicle as acting "almost as if it had a mind of its own."
Suddenly, Zoar appears, alerting He-Man, Man-At-Arms, and Teela of Skeletor once again trying to get into Grayskull. The two men take the Talon Fighter, while Teela uses the Attak-Trak to the castle. Along the way, Teela is captured by Man-E-Faces, who is under Skeletor's spell.
Attak-Trak saves the day, and everyone arrives at Grayskull, stopping Skeletor and his minions from capturing it.
Packaged with the Point Dread and Talon Fighter playset
Scans courtesy of Mr Creosote of goodolddays.net. Used with permission.