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Talent Choosing Ceremony

The Talent Choosing Ceremony is a special event where a new fairy or sparrowman chooses a talent at the upper-base of the Pixie Dust Well at the Pixie Dust Tree, on its Arrival Day.[1]


The newly-arrived is presented with several items representing each talent existent in Pixie Hollow. They must find the one who suits them best and choose a talent symbol on the pedestal. If they're not destined to a specific talent, the item representing it will either disappear, fade or extinguish its glowing light, aside from stopping floating. It obviosly indicates they doesn't belong to a specific guild and therefore have no aptitude concerning it.

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Known Talents[]

Each talent existent in the hollow is represented by an item on a pedestal.[1] Queen Clarion herself guides them and makes sure they don't get disappointed if they are not destined or didn't choosed a specific talent, whatever comes first.



  • The ceremony is most likely inspired by the zhua zhou (Doljabi in Korea, Erabitori in Japan), a Chinese ceremony originating from the Song Dynasty (960 CE - 1279 CE) where a baby on their first birthday is presented with a selection of items and which one they pick determines what they will do in the future (money meaning wealth and fortune, book meaning scholar, etc).
  • All talents (including winter fairies' Winter-talents) are magical and unique in its own way, as each fairy or sparrowman born with it have unique personalities and distinctions, although some talent guilds tends to go together, for example, many light-talents are considered "natural-born leaders" whereas garden-talents are appreciators of nature's "beauty".[2]
  • The Winter Fairies' Talent Choosing Ceremony where not seen or mentioned in the franchise, but surely resembles their warm-weather counterparts.[ Reference Needed. ]