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Her hulked-out Super Mode echoes Dragon Ball. In "Monster Bash", she ignores all of Star's attempts to make her come to reason about monsters not being evil.
The Magic Book of Spells reveals that she was an ordinary peasant girl living in the days of Queen Solaria, until she volunteered to undergo a series of magical treatments that turned her into a living anti-monster weapon referred to as a "Solarian". Her disdain for monsters stems from the fact she was made to fight during the Mewman-Monster war, and her insanity appears to stem from the contents of the spells used to make her, and lack of refinement due to being the prototype for the project.
Talking the Monster to Death: In "Starstruck", no fight is needed to stop her intent to take over. To Queen Solaria the Monster Carver. Mina is so loyal to her and her ideology, that she'd happily and relentlessly attack Star and Tom to kill Miss Heinous.
In stark contrast to Star, who is fascinated by the way things work on Earth, Mina doesn't seem to grasp that Earth has no single ruler because other governing systems have been established. After she is given a crude explanation of what democracy is, Mina takes this to mean that Earth needs a ruler and sets out to conquer the planet by battling everyone on it.
Wide Eyes and Shrunken Irises: She has this look in the present to indicate how mentally unstable she currently is.
Mina's powers are a result of Solaria's experiments, which caused Mina to lose her sanity to instinctual bloodlust. Her Super Mode in "Monster Bash" is shown to be nigh-on invincible. In "Divide", Meteora sucks out Mina's soul before the episode even begins.
Would Hurt a Child: She kidnaps some monster teens simply for being in the wrong place at the wrong time and she has been hunting Meteora since she was a baby.
You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Mina has purple hair. The fact that he married Foolduke despite their constant bickering and creative differences in The Battle For Mewni.
They both do admit that they enjoy arguing with each other, so at least they have a base for marrying. He and Fool Duke can't stop bickering during 'The Battle for Mewni'; then the next time we see them, they're getting married.
Cannot Keep a Secret: The second half of his Princess Song only serves to blab some massive secrets to the entire kingdom of Mewni. The first secret is that Star lost the Book of Spells and Glossaryck, and that her parents have been keeping that fact hidden from both Mewni and the Magic High Commission.
The final part of the song is dedicated to Star's secret crush on her best friend Marco. The song's penultimate line practically goes out of its way to be completely unambiguous about the big reveal. Not only did Star not ask him to include any such thing in the song, she didn't even know he'd done so.
Indeed, there's no indication that she even told Ruberiot at all about this particular secret. He basically figured it out on his own and wanted to sing about how obvious it is. Star Butterfly is in love with her best friend With Foolduke and Mime Girl. Didn't Think This Through: Performing a song that reveals the dark secrets of the royal family did not get the raucous applause he expected.
Dude, Where's My Respect? Ruberiot is aghast when his audience boos his frankly amazing rock ballad. Of course, they have every right to be upset considering what he just told them. Gets into lengthy arguments with Foolduke about which of them makes "real art".
Telling everybody about Star's crush on Marco without asking her was not cool. Doesn't matter if everybody could see it. He refuses to be a hack like the songstrels before him, who basically repeated the same Princess Song over and over with the only difference being the princess' name.
Star's initial refusal to work with him under the assumption that's he's going to be just as insincere as his predecessors really gets to him.FreeBookNotes found 2 sites with book summaries or analysis of Tom Finder.
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