Phobos has finally found an indisputable way to find his long lost sister: the Star of Threbe. Back in Heatherfield, the Silver Dragon (Hay Lin's family's restaurant) is threatened when Blunk stinks up the joint with his new "home": a garbage dumpster. While the girls try to give Blunk a much-needed bath, Cedric places the Star in his window shop and Elyon walks in and takes it. Now when the girls try to change back, they find themselves stuck in Guardian form and powerless. Not knowing what to do, the girls race back to the Silver Dragon to enlist Yan Lin's and Caleb's assistance.
In the meantime, Cedric sends a monster plant to Earth to tie up the Guardians while he makes contact with the Princess.
The girls are forced to fight without their powers until the Princess returns the Star to Cedric, which leads the girls back to their powers. Unfortunately, Phobos and Cedric have who they're looking for, she just does not know it yet. In the B-story, Blunk wants to not going to bath.
- Elyon is revealed to be the long-lost Light of Meridian, the true heir to the throne.
- The "Silver Dragon" cook appears in this episode for the first time. Although his name isn't mentioned on screen, he's called Fang according to issue #18 of the W.I.T.C.H. comic-book.
- This episode was originally titled The Powers That Be.
- The Star of Threbe is told to guide the lost heir to home, but for some reason, it didn't guide Elyon anywhere.
- Although Elyon is revealed to be the Light of Meridian, the W.I.T.C.H. girls arent' aware of it until the next episode.
- Princess Weira, the heir to whom the star was created, is revealed to be Elyon's biological mother.
- This is the first time when the guardians powers have been neturalised. It happens again in N is for Narcissist when all the powers get transferred to Cornelia Hale.