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Meteora Butterfly

From The Codex
Isn't it ironic? All that time I was chasing after Princess Turdina, I barely even noticed you. As it turns out, I was chasing after the wrong princess!
~ Meteora to Star Butterfly


Meteora Butterfly, formerly known as Miss Heinous, is the Mewman/monster hybrid daughter of Eclipsa Butterfly and Globgor, and the former headmistress of St. Olga's Reform School for Wayward Princesses. She first appears in the episode of the same name.

Meteora becomes the main antagonist of the latter half of season 3 when she rediscovers her true parentage and background and subsequently plots to take the throne of Mewni from the Butterfly family. In "Conquer", she is reverted back to infancy following her defeat at the hands of her mother Eclipsa.

This dropdown contains the synopsis of Meteora Butterfly' story. Read at your own risk as you may be spoiled otherwise!

As the headmistress of St. Olga's Reform School for Wayward Princesses, Miss Heinous makes sure her staff has the princesses attending her reform school reformed into "normal" princesses. For particularly troublesome princesses, she uses the "Solitary Conform-ment Chamber", which forcibly brainwashes them into acting the way she wants them to.

Despite her best attempts, Star Butterfly and Marco Diaz infiltrate the school and cause a revolt. After they leave, she finds out via experimenting with a bobby pin Marco dropped that they came from Earth, and swears to annihilate them.

In "Goblin Dogs", Pony Head reveals that Miss Heinous has left St. Olga's.

In "Gift of the Card", Miss Heinous is seen living with her assistant Gemini in a rundown apartment complex, with very little money. She hires Rasticore Chaosus Disastervaine to find and destroy Star and bring Marco to her as revenge for what they did to her. However, Rasticore fails, and his forearm is delivered back to Miss Heinous, to her displeasure.

In "Heinous", she, along with Gemini and Rasticore's slowly regenerating arm, comes to the Diaz Household, informing Marco's parents that he has wronged her. After a brief negotiation, she is able to convince them to allow her to punish him by filming a video for the rebel princesses Marco inspired where he renounces the words he used to incite the revolt. Despite Marco saying this in a deeply sarcastic way, Heinous is satisfied with the results and departs. That night, as she prepares to sleep inside her car, she talks to Rasticore's arm, telling it she will annihilate Marco and Star, and make the multiverse "shiver in fear" of her. As she says this, she removes the makeup used to hide her cheek symbols.

In "Princess Turdina", Miss Heinous returns to the school in an effort to get control back. She reveals to her former students that the "Princess Marco" they idolize is a boy, and she also says she needs them just as much as they need her. However, the students chase her off once again, and she starts using princesses as fuel to restore her youth.

In "Monster Bash", Miss Heinous tries to steal Marco's youth, but ends up becoming part of a conflict between Star and Mina Loveberry, during which she is revealed to be Meteora Butterfly, the half-breed daughter of Queen Eclipsa and her monster lover Globgor. In "Total Eclipsa the Moon" and "Butterfly Trap", it is further revealed that she was replaced by the peasant girl Festivia as Eclipsa's daughter and heir after her mother was imprisoned, and all evidence of her existence was erased from royal records.

In "Skooled!", Meteora once again invades the school, this time to discover what happened to her when she was a baby. After confronting and destroying her adoptive mother St. Olga, ripping off Pony Head's horn, tearing out Gemini's robotic heart and blowing up Rasticore's body, she sets out to reclaim the throne of Mewni for herself.

In "Tough Love", Meteora goes on a destructive and soul-stealing rampage across Mewni in her efforts to seize the Mewni throne. Moon and Eclipsa confront her and try to reason with her peacefully, but when that fails, she attacks Moon, leaving her in a vulnerable state, and flees.

In "Divide" and "Conquer", Meteora invades Butterfly Castle in a mad attempt to seize control from acting queen Star Butterfly, eventually succeeding in stealing the souls of everyone on Mewni except Glossaryck, Star, and Tom Lucitor, who is somewhat immune to her soul stealing gaze due to having thousands of them. After a furious battle against Star, Meteora is defeated when her own mother Eclipsa uses the magic wand to revert her back to a baby.

Meteora briefly appears in "Butterfly Follies". crawling around the room Star and Marco are staying. She gives Marco an unnerving glare, leading Marco to nervously wonder if she remembers anything from her former life.

Meteora appears to be teething in "Moon Remembers" as a tooth/fang is shown in her mouth and Glossaryck comments at the rate her teeth are growing as she chews on him.

In "Surviving the Spiderbites", Marco attempts to feed Meteora, only for her to bat away the spoon and bite his hand.

In "Cornball!", Eclipsa brings Meteora to the Mewman/monster cornball game, but Meteora keeps wandering off. At the end, she is seen watching the Mewman and monster kids playing their own game and enjoying it.

In "Meteora's Lesson", Glossaryck takes Meteora back in time in order to help her learn to dip down. When they encounter a younger Toffee (who had broken Glossaryck's arm around that time), Meteora grows angry enough to succeed in dipping down and attacks Toffee. Glossaryck, satisfied with her success, returns them to their proper time.

She is briefly seen during "The Knight Shift", being taught shapes by her mother.

In "Cornonation", Meteora is present for her mother's queen coronation ceremony. When Globgor is revealed to have been released from his prison, suspicion falls on Eclipsa, and Hekapoo imprisons Meteora in a cage. When Globgor appears before the Mewmans and gets into a confrontation with the Magic High Commission, Meteora frees herself from her cage by dipping down, and seeing her helps Globgor calms down.

In "Gone Baby Gone", Meteora accidentally stumbles into Hekapoo's dimension with Marco's baby sister Mariposa, and they grow up into teenagers with a close sisterly bond. When Star and Marco follow them to bring them home, they initially refuse and attempt to trade Star and Marco away to a demonic wish-granter in exchange for giving Mariposa magic powers. After the wish-granter is defeated, Meteora and Mariposa agree to return to Earth when Star and Marco entice them with the offer of food, and they revert back to infants.

In "Ready, Aim, Fire", Meteora shows concern for her father after he is wounded by a Solarian blade.

In "Cleaved", Meteora helps Star, Moon, and Eclipsa destroy all magic in the universe. After her family is reunited once more, Eclipsa decides to enroll Meteora in kindergarten.

General Information

Name: Meteora Butterfly, Miss Heinous

Origin: Star Vs. The Forces of Evil

Sex: Female

Age: Over 300 years old, physiologically around 1

Classification: Monster-Mewman Hybrid, Original Owner of St. Olga’s School for Wayward Princesses, Daughter of Eclipsa Butterfly and Globgor

Codex Statistics

Key: Adult/Monster Form | Baby Meteora

Tier: 8-B, reaches up to 2-A+ with Soul Absorption | Low 10-B physically, 2-A+ with Magic

Cardinality: Finite

Dimensionality: 3-D

Attack Potency: City Block level (As a teenager in Hekapoo’s dimension was capable of matching Season 4 Star Butterfly which should make her adult form just as powerful), reaches up to Multiverse level+ with Soul Absorption (Gets more and more powerful with the souls she absorbs can fight Moon Butterfly in her butterfly form) | Below Average Human physically (Meteora is merely an infant baby), Multiverse level+ with Magic (Can reach a state of dipping down and go into her butterfly form, aided in the destruction of magic, which should make her magical prowess comparable to Star and Moon)

Durability: City Block level, reaches up to Multiverse level+ with Soul Absorption (Can take multiple hits from Mewberty Form Moon Butterfly tanked a blast from Mewberty Star Butterfly that was so powerful it took Star out of her Butterfly state making her capable of barely moving) | Below Average Human physically, Multiverse level+ with Magic Shields

Striking Strength: Varies from City Block Class to Multiversal+ | Below Average Human Class

Lifting Strength: At least Class 10 (Easily uprooted a tree and swung it at Moon Butterfly) | Below Average

Travel Speed: Supersonic (Can keep up with Star Butterfly flying on foot) | Below Average Human on foot (Speed of an infant baby, though likely faster as she can crawl on walls quickly), Supersonic through flight (Should be able to reach Mewberty Star Butterfly in flight in her Mewberty form)

Combat Speed: Relativistic+ (Can tag Star Butterfly, tagged Hekapoo before she could escape in her portal) | Relativistic+

Reaction Speed: Relativistic+ (Can avoid Star Butterfly’s attacks) | Relativistic+

Stamina: Unknown

Range: Standard Melee, reaches up to Dozens of Meters in size with the more souls she absorbs, Higher with her Soul Beams | Below Standard Melee, up to Multiversal+ with Magic (Her magical prowess should be comparable to Star, Moon, and Eclipsa’s as she aided in the destruction of the magic)

Intelligence: Genius as an adult (Ran an entire school full of wayward princesses teaching them to be proper, almost single-handedly overthrew the entire kingdom of Mewni), Unknown as an infant (Shown to be intelligent enough to dip down, being able to do it even before Star learned how to do it at the age of 14, though she is still an infant and thinks like one)

Powers and Techniques

Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Surface Scaling (In "Butterfly Follies" and "Cornonation", baby Meteora can crawl along walls and the ceiling), Longevity (Eclipsa notes she hasn’t seen her daughter in for over three hundred years), Size Manipulation (Meteora possesses the same size-altering ability as her father Globgor, though it is unclear if she has any control over this ability as she normally gets larger through absorbing souls), Body Control (Similar to Tom, Meteora's tail functions as an additional limb, shown when she used it to silence Gemini. In "Butterfly Follies" and "Meteora's Lesson", baby Meteora can turn her head 180 degrees), Magic (Like all Butterflys, Meteora possesses magic within herself, using it to open her nursery in the Monster Temple. She also makes use of this magic in "Tough Love", as eye beams that break apart the ground on contact. As of "Meteora's Lesson", Meteora has begun learning how to "dip down" with Glossaryck's help. In "Gone Baby Gone", teenage Meteora has mastered her Ultimate Magic Form and become proficient enough at spell-casting to put up a fight against Star), Soul Absorption & Power Absorption (Meteora's eye beams also possess the ability to steal others' souls and add their life force to her own. Similar to Toffee's magic absorption, it usually leaves its victims in a lifeless state with pitch black eyes. The more souls she consumes, the stronger she becomes, as seen when she attempts to steal all of Tom's souls. Only when Meteora is defeated, or by her own accord, will the afflicted return to normal, it should also be noted that as it causes the victims to levitate, the soul magic questionably works on rocks as the rocks briefly levitated upon being hit by the soul magic), Transformation (Type 3; Can turn into her own mewberty form), Flight (With her mewberty form), Energy Manipulation (Can create a hug blast of energy capable of breaking her out of a cage she was put in casually), Conceptual Manipulation (Aided in the destruction of the realm of magic), Resistance to Illusion Creation (Broke out of Star's hallucination)


None notable


Standard Tactics: As an adult Meteora uses soul absorption beams, as an infant she uses magic through dipping down, which includes her soul absorption.

Weaknesses: None notable as an adult. | Is an infant putting her far physically weaker from before and the general weaknesses of an infant.

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