Of all the episodes in the Thundercats series so far, this is the most creative. The Thundercats encounter the Petalars, a race of diminutive flower people who are eternally wandering a briar forest in pursuit of a legendary gate to freedom. In the process, Lion-O befriends Emerick, who lives his entire life in just one day. The Petalars and Thundercats eventually find the gate, but not before the lizardfolk ambush them.
Petalar (CR 1/3, HD 1d8+1)
NG Small Plant
Init +1 Spd 20
Senses Low-light Vision (Ex); | Listen +1, Spot +1
AC 15 (FF 14, Touch 12)
hp 5 (Disabled -1/Dying -12/Injury 5)
Saves: Fort +3, Ref +1, Will +0
Damage Reduction (Su): 5/Bludgeoning, Damage Reduction (Su): 5/Slashing, Immunity: Mind-Affecting Attacks (Ex), Immunity: Poison (Ex), Immunity: Sleep Effects (Ex), Immunity: Stun (Ex), Immunity: Polymorph (Ex), Immunity: Paralysis (Ex), Immunity: Critical hits (Ex)
Atk +0 base melee, +2 base ranged; Grapple -5;
+0 Melee (2 Claw 1d3-1/crit 20/x2);
Abilities STR 8, DEX 13, CON 12, INT 5, WIS 11, CHA 4
Skills: Hide + 8, Listen + 1, Move Silently + 4, Spot + 1.
It all works out in the end with what can only be described as a suicidal choice by Lion-O – apparently the only thing Lion-O learns from the Petalars’ brief lifespan is leading innocents to slaughter. The episode ends with the introduction to Panthro, which is the only thing that saves the idiotic conclusion.