Foxglove-neverfairy wrote: Well, the reason why it was stated that in his profile was because it was from his online profile way back in the day.
Was the "Please stop editing it out" meant for me? I kept trying to revert his edits back from Hungarian to English, and I didn't know whatever he was trying to say with the "crush on Tinker Bell" bit.
I was trying to get it back to how it was before the page was edited, only to find the information was false to begin with. Sorry about that. I did find the online profile so my last edit was just copy it. Again, sorry for that.
It was, or at least how big his crush on Tinker Bell was. I could have sworn there was something official that stated he had a crush on her but I can't find it. But I guess it doesn't matter, not like they did anything with it.
And I thought I'd read all my books, but it turns out I forgot to read "Beck Beyond the Sea". Which seems to paint Vidia as SUPER-awful, attempting to pluck Mother Dove again. Kind of funny how much she shifted gears in the movies compared to this version.
Yeah. I thought I had collected all the books, but then forgot to collect Lily in Full Bloom. I do think I prefer movie Vidia to book Vidia but I also think book Vidia has a lot more depth as a character.
Foxglove-neverfairy wrote: Yeah. I thought I had collected all the books, but then forgot to collect Lily in Full Bloom. I do think I prefer movie Vidia to book Vidia but I also think book Vidia has a lot more depth as a character.
It's an interesting contrast- Book Vidia is funny because she's SO EVIL and just drips with insincerity, and her moments of greatest politeness are still kind of rude (giving Prilla only a single smile of gratitude). But Movie Vidia is SO sassy and exasperated, and voiced so wonderfully by Pamela Adlon, that I have to prefer that version :).
Same here. I like her redepmtion arc and I loved Pamela Adlon which is why she's my favorite, but I do think book Vidia is so interesting. She's mean and rude most of the time, but deep down she does care for her fellow fairies, it's just her needs come first. She's just very different and can only stand them for short times. Have you read the Gail Carson books?
Unfortunately, I only have the first one, which was mostly "mean Vidia" (I love how her selfishness actually saves Pixie Hollow, lol). I really want to read the other two, especially the bit with Kyto.
There are a lot of red links around the wiki for now do truthfully I would just leave them.
I just realized something- there is a carpenter-talent fairy named Sandy in Rosetta's Dress Mess, as well as a mermaid, but only the mermaid shows up in this Wiki. Can a page be created for the other Sandy (she whacks Rosetta in the head with a piece of wood)?