Sled is a Winter Animal-talent sparrow men from film Secret of the Wings. He is voiced by Matt Lanter. Noted the above, Sled is a Winter Animal-talent fairy who lives in the woods of winter. When the snow fairies come to save the tree, the wind blows the blanket of Rosetta, but Sled handle and gently returns, both give the first look of romance.


Secret of the Wings

Sled is first seen meeting up with the messenger owls at their landing point. There, Sled finds a book on Wingology from the warm seasons. Lord Milori Sled orders to hand the book over to Dewey, the keeper of fairy knowledge, who'll be able to return it. Later on, the book turns out to belong to Tinker Bell, the warm fairy that is revealed to be the sister of Sled's friend Periwinkle. Tinker Bell and Periwinkle are forbidden from seeing each other since the border fairies law denies access from crossing the border that separates the Winter Woods from the warm seasons. If a warm fairy was to cross, their wings would freeze and shatter. If a frost fairy was to cross, their wings in the sun will shrivel and fall off. However, Tink and her friends create a machine that can create snow with a giant ice block. Sled and his friends are able to provide the ice block and the machine is a success, for a short time. Eventually, the block melts and Peri's wings begin to shrivel. She's rushed back over the border and recovers. Lord Milori and Queen Clarion then declare that Tinker Bell and Periwinkle may never see one another again. Afterwards, the snow making machine freezes parts of Pixie Hollow, throwing off the balance of the seasons. If the fairies aren't able to save the Pixie Dust Tree from being frozen to death, there would never be pixie dust ever again, making life impossible for the fairies. Sled was commanding the snow owls. While he does so, he grabs Rosetta's blanket that flew away, hands it back and tells her to stay warm and Rosetta is rather smitten. After all is good and Queen Clarion and Lord Milori allow warm fairies to cross over, so long as their wings are protected.


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