DescriptionThe story starts with a group of villagers staring at a storm filled sky as their herd start to fall asleep. They are scared and go to Queen Angella at Brightmoon to see if she can help them. A young boy asks the Queen if his lambs are ok, and she states that they are only asleep and that this storm is a threat from Catra. Inside the Crystal Castle, Adora senses that there is something wrong with the animals of Etheria and rides Spirit out to the fields. There they use the Sword of Protection to change into She-Ra and Swift Wind, quickly using her powers of healing to cure all of the sleeping animals. Then Catra rides up on Storm, scaring off the villagers, demanding She-Ra give her Swift Wind or she would cast her spell over everyone. Catra claimed that she more of her evil clouds and promised to use it on the village of Thaymor and even on She-Ra's ally Bow. Catra ordered the cloud to shot bolts of lighting causing a great fire in the village. She the rode off on Storm's back leaving She-Ra to use Swift Wind's powerful wings to blow the storm back over the sea. Catra then projected an image on the cloud of her casting a spell of sleep on both Bow and Kowl. As the villagers rejoice over She-Ra's triumphant return, she tells Queen Angella that Catra has captured Bow and Kowl, placing them under a sleep spell. Catra rides into the town saying that because she had not given Catra her horse Swift Wind the storm was She-Ra's fault. Meanwhile, She-Ra and Swift Wind are whispering to each other that Catra does not know that She-Ra is the only person who can magically ride Swifty. As Catra went to claim Swift Wind, She-Ra jumped on his back taking off, leaving Catra to hold on for dear life. Catra was soon demanding to released, and She-Ra obliges her by dumping her into a haystack. She-Ra soon reaches Bow's cabin and use her healing powers to awaken him and Kowl. They all then climb on to Swift Wind's back and fly back to the village passing Catra as she pulls straw from her hair, while all of the townspeople and the Queen laughed at her and her defeat.