Hi I'm new here I love disney fairies with my whole heart my favourite character is Fawn and yes I'm so excited to join this fandom!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can't wait to chat with you all!!!!!!! Who are your favourites???
What's on your mind?
Hello there, fairies and sparrowmen!
I'm NeverlandFawn, but you can call me AnaFox
I am the newest addition to the Disney Fairies Admin team! I'm so grateful to have received this position, and I will continue to work hard and help make this wiki the very best source for Disney Fairies content out there!
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I have come to this wiki because I wanted to know how Periwinkle's name was spelled (English not being my mother language), and ended up finding a rather bad choice of colors for the links. I had to get closer to the screen in order to properly read the yellow links on the white background.
When reading, it's best that the text doesn't blend with the background. Choosing a soft blue or even green color for the links should improve the readability and reduce eye strain on the readers.
Just make sure the contrast isn't too strong, so the color doesn't become obnoxious, though. It's easy to go too far when course correcting and ending up on the same place.
This scene would be for the film, Tinker Bell of the Lost Boys. This would show us how Tink met Peter Pan, and how she became that stuck-up, snobbish, obnoxious, hot-headed, attention obsessed fairy who is gushing over Peter, how she deliberately abandoned her friends and left Pixie Hollow, and how she became mute.
In the scene, Vidia was turned into a human, went to the mainland to get Lizzy and her Father, Dr. Martin Griffiths, Upon seeing her and as a human, Lizzy wondered why she become one, but the only response is quickly pulled into a hug as Vidia cried for the way she acted to her, (according to the Misunderstanding last year) and had to explain to them that Pixie Hollow is in desperate trouble and they needed to help. She also explained that she and Tink got a huge fight, of how she saw Tink sneaking off again and hanging out with the lost boys who were the boys reported missing from their homes. And with a cocky, pompous boy who seemed to believe he owes Neverland and acted like a tyrant, fighting indians and pirates.
The fight even became worse when Vidia began telling Tink off for sneaking out and stealing that Pixie Dust, she even explained that Queen Clarion made hard decisions to forbid Tinker Bell to build anymore inventions or anymore gadgets to avoid anymore disasters, and even forbidding her to go to the Mainland because Tinkers don't go to the mainland, and because of the misunderstanding and her fascination towards the humans of how she nearly exposed their existence, not to mention how embarrassed it was when she had the misunderstanding to happen either way and was going to reveal herself to Lizzy's father and shout at him anyway without Vidia holding her back.
Vidia tried to reason with her and told her to take those six boys back to their homes but Tink wouldn't listen, stating that they want to stay in Neverland and never want to grow up ever, and she didn't stop yelling at her, she even stated she was better off with the Lost Boys instead of fairies like her, and even worse, she said she thought Vidia had changed but was still a grouchy, jealous, self-observed, pompous jerk to her and that she made her wanted to pull her hair out for the way she acted to her. Vidia slapped Tinker Bell for being that way, and told her to stay out of Pixie Hollow then, putting an end to their short friendship, though Vidia didn't really want Tink to leave.
Lizzy, feeling bad for Vidia knew the feeling, she didn't want to push Tinker Bell away, but it was for the best for both kinds that Tink wasn't meant to be at their house or be in their sight to pretend they've never met and the misunderstanding never happened. It explains why Tink came for a visit and told Lizzy to come with her to Neverland where they would never leave and never grow up forever, but Lizzy stated she couldn't because that'll lead to selfishness and couldn't abandon her father that way. Lizzy and her Father, Dr. Martin agreed to help Vidia, head to Neverland and save Pixie Hollow or even the Pixie Dust they have left. But first they would have to comfort Vidia, as Lizzy hugged her and Martin let Vidia bury her face into his chest to weep as they all embraced.
Any possible dialogue based on this, be my guessed.
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I wanted to say this is because I feel like we should need a few more Tinker Bell movies, mostly one that'll feature how Tinker Bell joined Peter Pan and left her friends behind,
I'm aware of the DisneyToon studios and people who makes movies having story problems and decided to stop making movies about the Tinkerbell movies
but i don't give up hope since I'm pretty sure there are other ways to make Tinkerbell movies then DisneyToon studios that don't exist anymore.
I won't give up hope and I never will till everything is finished, including how Tinkerbell met Peter Pan, (I mean DUH everyone likes to know how these 2 met). And I am going to be honest since I've never really watched Legend of the Neverbeast, because I didn't like Fawn's new look, and also because I was expecting a different film that comes after the Pirate Fairy that featured Peter. (It's not like we could time travel and have them replace the story with a different one.) But anyway, It would feature Lizzy (now Ten years old) and her father, Dr. Martin Griffiths be turned into fairies by a special pixie dust who can turn a human and fairy into a human or fairy at will, and live in Pixie Holloe.
That way we could only needed just one to explain it all, though it would feature mostly Lizzy and her father, of how they made a new age in Pixie Hollow, and created the home tree in the books, and Tinker Bell, again as the secondary protagonist besides Lizzy as well, would show us how she first met Peter Pan, and how she turned the selfish, stuck up, snobbish, and obnoxious fairy she was in the original Peter Pan movie after selfishly abandoning her own friends like that. And what were Tink's friends doing while they were absent in Peter Pan?
Heck, I'm still thinking on the other chapters for Lizzy's story, but I also made another switch of the Fall of Tinker bell which would show your version of how this event happen, and with Vidia and Tink's huge fight and how Lizzy and her father must help protect Pixie Hollow.
So we could start a petition of this idea.
Is that based on something from folklore?
Buti think i'll like it here.
I mean, there are boy-fairies and girl-faries, but we know that faries are "born" trough newborn's laughter, but why then they have two sexes, such as humans have?
We all watched the beautiful colors of the pixie dust in the pirate fairy, how do you think Zarina could made the other dusts? Like the animal dust, the tinker dust, the frost dust, the storm dust, the keeper dust, and the scout dust talent. Which ingredients would be? Are them part of dress of fairies?
Thank you! C:
Is there any explanation to why the movies are so different from the books? and why Prilla never even shows up, i always wanted to be a movie about her since she is my favorite character
You might want to get Disney+ to watch Disney Fairies
I watch Jake and the NeverLand Pirates and the Sea Witch and Misty the Wonderful Witch are the only Never Witches
I firmly believe that there were a lot of problems with the first version of the first TinkerBell movie, but hey, they really had good character models (they are, for the most part, accurate to the books, no?).First of all, I think the faces were much cuter and much more Disney, if that makes any sense. TinkerBell had a similar look in Peter Pan, so it would be a little less jarring. It would definitely look less low-budget. Second, I really prefer Silvermist, Iridessa, and Fawn’s original outfits. Silvermist, because it’s a small difference, but it looks good. Iridessa, because it’s less yellow. I honestly don’t like how her movie outfits are bright yellow. I love soft colors. And Fawn, because that skirt provides contrast to the orange, and it brings out the color of her hair and eyes. It’s so good. I ESPECIALLY miss Fawn’s original design. (We’re not going to talk about her NeverBeast design because that character change came out of NOWHERE and quite frankly I do not like it.) It’s quite interesting how the movies are so much more... color-coordinated... compared to the books. In the books, quite a few characters had different colors on their clothes, but in the movies, most characters wear one particular color, occasionally with some variants. I’m not sure if I prefer Rosetta’s book design to her movie design, as some do. It’s cute, but the all-pink somehow works on her.
Finally, the wing designs. ...Honestly I really like how the wings are so unique to each character in the original books. It brings out the personality traits in design better (which is always a plus), and it looks more whimsical. So obviously, I prefer the original, right? Well, it was only AFTER posting my take on Twitter that I realized, I have no idea how they would make those designs work in CGI. I’d assume they’d just be transparent, but then, that only truly works in 2D (like in Peter Pan). And the patterns of the movie wings wouldn’t work with the old designs. It’s hard to imagine what exactly they would have to do. But I was reading a doll blog about Disney Fairies and they did say that the biggest mistake in the books to movies transition was that they didn’t immediately change the designs of the book characters (because I know they did, eventually) and make those designs more well known, and I agree with that statement.
You may or may not remember that, towards the end of its run, the magazine had 2 or 3 encyclopedia pages included in each issue. The idea was that you’d cut them out and bind them together once all the pages were released so you’d have your own Disney Fairies Encyclopedia (whether it’s the most accurate source of information is debatable). Despite being a long-time subscriber to the magazine, I do not have all the pages (because I lost them all), and — although I doubt it was ever finished — I’m not sure if it was completed. Does anyone have any of the pages?
Also, while I may not have the pages available to scan or anything, I do remember some weird little facts they included, like how fairies can fall if they sneeze while flying, or how if you leave out an acorn shell with milk and honey, a fairy may drink it. Apparently fairies love that stuff.
Or at least the type of acorn? I’m trying to convert the Poppy Puff Rolls recipe. I’ve done HOURS of math. And idk, the capfuls are the only thing that seemed off, because I used the scale of the acorn in this Tinker Bell figure (which was kinda stupid, I guess). Then again, I know absolutely nothing about baking or cooking. I had to look up how much tarragon to use in an ordinary recipe.
I need HELP. I was gonna do a video or something to test out the recipe, and I wanna get it as close as possible to the actual thing.