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Queen Butterfly often regards safety and caution for Star as shown most prominently in Star vs.

Eclipsa Butterfly

The Battle for Mewni when they were forced on the run from Toffee. Being the queen, Queen Butterfly acts as the true ruling monarch of Mewni and always has the well-being of her kingdom in mind, to the point she is unable to express interest in anything else. This often causes her to appear cold towards others. Despite her overbearing strictness, she truly cares for her daughter; after the near loss of the family wand, rather than show any anger or disappointment, she hugs Star, telling her daughter that she's just glad she's safe.

Her concern for Star is also demonstrated in " Toffee " when she attacks Toffee for presumably killing Star. Moon reveals in Star vs.

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The Battle for Mewni that she used to be a "happy go-lucky girl" just like Star, but after Toffee and his army killed her mother and she inherited the throne, she became serious and mature to protect her kingdom and family. However, she sometimes shows signs of fear and nervousness, such as when meeting Eclipsa for the first time and when she first casts her darkest spell. Her fear of Eclipsa and her possible escape are also on display in " Toffee ".

In " Puddle Defender " and " Total Eclipsa the Moon ", Moon demonstrates that she is willing to have an open mind about those toward whom she has preconceived misconceptions, such as monsters and Eclipsa. However, Moon does deeply care for and love her daughter, and even worries about her. In " Storm the Castle ", she was not angry at Star for almost destroying the wand, she was just glad she was safe, but after Star leaves she tells her husband that she's not sure if they did the right thing by sending Star to Earth.

In " Game of Flags ", after hearing Star's reasons for running the Game of Flags against her wishes, Moon admits that she misjudged Star and that she is the perfect blend between the Butterflys and Johansens. In " Page Turner ", Glossaryck questions her approach to being a parent.

In " Face the Music ", Moon admits to Star that she can be strict with her sometimes but is nonetheless very proud of her and how far she's come with her magic. Earlier in the same episode, Moon tells Lady Avarius that mothers cannot always control the path their children take, once again demonstrating how accepting of Star Moon has become. After Star loses her spell book and Glossaryck when Ludo steals them, Moon considers having Star come back home to Mewni, and she is shocked when she learns that Star is extremely advanced in her magic, something that her godmother Baby has not seen since Queen Eclipsa Star's ninth great-grandmother who ran off with a monster.

In " Starcrushed ", due to the looming threat of Toffee , Moon tells Star they must leave for Mewni, and, after Star learns that Toffee has returned, agrees.

Queen Butterfly

Despite becoming accepting and proud of Star, she will not hesitate to be strict toward Star in order to keep her safe. Moon later grows to trust Star more as the series progresses; she makes an ally out of Buff Frog at Star's insistence, despite her strong prejudice against monsters as a result of her own upbringing.

At one point, she also willingly hands over Toffee's severed finger to get Star back from him. When it appears as if Star is dead, Moon furiously attacks Toffee, even trying to use her "darkest spell" while aiming at his heart. After Toffee dismisses her efforts, Moon desperately tries to reassemble the wand's fragments, hoping vainly that it will bring Star back.

After Star returns and defeats Toffee, Moon is overjoyed and hugs her, calling her "my baby". In " Starfari ", it is shown that she and Star still don't see eye to eye on some matters, as seen when they argue over what does and does not make someone a monster. She is also angry with Star in " The Bogbeast of Boggabah " over the party she threw at the monster temple, and dismisses her claims that Miss Heinous is Eclipsa's daughter. However, in " Butterfly Trap ", she tries to console Star when Star realizes she, and anyone else who ruled after Eclipsa, isn't a real Butterfly.

Eclipsa Butterfly

However, Star loses her memory as well, and the two have fun throughout the realm and explore the different worlds the waterfalls take them to before the Firstborn banishes them. In "Face the Music", River worries about Moon going to the Forest of Certain Death , but Moon assures him she will be fine, and kisses him before she leaves. In " Moon the Undaunted ", which shows Moon and River in their teen years, young River has a crush on Moon, but he acts nervous around her.

When River tries to stand up for Moon in the war meeting, Moon smiles at him. She later thanks him for believing in her and hugs him after her confrontation with Toffee. As shown in " Marco and the King ", Moon leaves an outfit out for him each day every time she has to leave the castle for an extended period of time.

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In " Puddle Defender ", despite not returning to the castle for her husband at Star's insistence, she expresses her immense worry for him to Buff Frog. In " Return to Mewni ", it is revealed that Toffee killed Moon's mother. This event, as further explored in " Moon the Undaunted ", forced a teenage Moon to make a deal with Eclipsa in order to defeat Toffee and caused her to drop her original "happy-go-lucky" personality, beginning Moon's lifelong grudge against Toffee and vice-versa.


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In " Total Eclipsa the Moon ", Moon is still distrustful of Eclipsa but once again finds herself turning to her for help when trying to solve a mystery surrounding the Butterfly family. Eclipsa encourages Star to embrace the dreams she's been having and see where they lead, telling her "all knowledge is good knowledge". Eclipsa then goes back to her tower through a passageway behind a picture on Star's bedroom wall.

In " Total Eclipsa the Moon ", Eclipsa helps Queen Moon solve a mystery involving the true identity of Eclipsa's daughter, with Moon reluctantly allowing Eclipsa to accompany her to the Bureaucracy of Magic's royal archives. Inside the archives, Eclipsa discovers that all records of her daughter Meteora were replaced by Festivia the Fun.

After escaping detection by the Magic High Commission, Eclipsa is distraught at the erasure of her daughter's existence, but Moon believes that her daughter is still alive. In " Butterfly Trap ", Eclipsa's trial is held, which reveals that her daughter's erasure from the Mewni records was orchestrated by the Magic High Commission on orders from her ex-husband King Shastacan.

Despite being found guilty of "crimes against Mewmanity", Star nonetheless sets her free. Upon reuniting with her daughter, Eclipsa tries to reason with her using tough love. When that fails, Moon attempts to capture and incapacitate Meteora by force, but Eclipsa intervenes, resulting in an attack that leaves Moon in a vulnerable state and forcing her to escape through a portal.

In " Divide ", Eclipsa informs Star of everything that happened during the events of "Tough Love", and Star confines her to her chambers to prevent her from intervening during the upcoming battle against Meteora.

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In " Conquer ", Eclipsa escapes her confinement and is forced to once again take up the royal magic wand to defeat Meteora once and for all. After Meteora is reverted to a baby, Eclipsa takes her and leaves Mewni to be with her husband Globgor again. In season 4, Eclipsa becomes the new queen of Mewni after Star relinquishes the throne to her. As queen, she forbids the imprisonment of monsters. When introduced in "Moon the Undaunted", Eclipsa is portrayed as calm, approachable, and sympathetic to young Moon's loss of her mother, despite her reputation as a queen of evil.

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Her demeanor toward Moon, however, provides little indication towards her true nature and motives, and she was initially hesitant to teach Moon her darkest spell. In "Stranger Danger", she bears no ill will toward her jailers, despite her long time in crystal captivity, and she displays a carefree, fun-loving attitude similar to Star's own.

As of "Sweet Dreams," she maintains her calm demeanor and is more than willing to help Star, from warning her about the dangers of the castle laundry room to rescuing her from being trapped in a different dimension. She also has a playful side to her, casually telling Star to "call [her] a villainess" for her perceived crimes, then later responding to Marco's hostility with light-hearted teasing when the two of them first meet.

Unlike most magic users in the show, Eclipsa takes a more academic approach to magic, exploring "dark magics" for the sake of knowledge rather than malice. She notably encourages Star to ride out her unconscious Mewberty transformations to discover what they mean, and states her opinion is that "all knowledge is good knowledge".

Even after three centuries, Eclipsa has no regrets about abandoning her own kingdom and lawful husband, King Shastacan, for a monster. She cares deeply for her monster husband Globgor and is determined to discover the whereabouts of their daughter, Meteora. When she finally does locate Meteora, she attempts to convince her to halt her rampage, and prevents Moon from killing her. But when it becomes clear that Meteora cannot be reasoned with, Eclipsa, with a heavy heart, attempts to do the job herself. She is initially heartbroken when she appears to succeed, then overjoyed to learn that her attack only regressed Meteora back to her infant self.

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