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18th Jun '18 1:47:38 PM BreadBull
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** As one of the headscratchers above notes, it's never stated the extent of what fairies can and cannot do without their godkid explicitly wishing for it, but presumably fixing their computer falls under "cannot do".
18th Jun '18 1:43:15 PM BreadBull
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** Once Timmy loses his godparents all wishes would become undone anyway, so there is no point in trying to make the word a better place. (''Wow'', that sounds really cynical).

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** Once Timmy loses his godparents all wishes would become undone anyway, so there is no point in trying to make the word world a better place. (''Wow'', that sounds really cynical).
18th Jun '18 1:42:56 PM BreadBull
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** Has it ever been said that the wishes get undone magically or if the fairies have to do it manually? If it's the latter, they can probably make an exception and turn a blind eye to Poof.




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** Once Timmy loses his godparents all wishes would become undone anyway, so there is no point in trying to make the word a better place. (''Wow'', that sounds really cynical).
18th Jun '18 1:14:12 PM BreadBull
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** Technicalities. Timmy didn't wish directly to win a competition, just that Chester was a really good player. If that inadvertently leads to them winning, that's fine.
18th Jun '18 12:58:26 PM BreadBull
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*** Maybe if that happens Jorgen just very quickly conjures up another copy, since the wish is for them not to exist - which will be true for about 3 seconds. Who knows if whoever makes that wish specifically states it's permanent, though.
18th Jun '18 12:46:55 PM BreadBull
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** WordOfGod is that they needed someone to hold an IdiotBall because they were starting to run out of episode ideas (see more [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vWxcSandpQ&t=187s here]]). For a Watsonian answer though, yeah...I've got nothing.
18th Jun '18 12:30:09 PM BreadBull
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** Anything concerning Timmy, since always. It's never stated in the actual show but the pilot (which wasn't [[RetCon Retconned]]) states that Cosmo and Wanda can't interfere with Timmy's affairs unless he specifically wishes for it. So yeah, Da Rules probably considers any and all consequences due to the lava an extension of Timmy's wish so Wanda can't do anything, period.
18th Jun '18 12:19:44 PM BreadBull
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** Da Rules forbids wishing for money. I'm assuming wishing for something to sell for money would also be covered.
5th Jun '18 8:50:59 AM sugaricequeen
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** Almost everyone in Fairy World knows how inept at magic Cosmo is without Wanda's help - splitting the two of them up (especially between the reckless Timmy and inexperienced Chloe) would be a recipe for disaster. Also, they have a rare fairy baby to look after, meaning one of them would be left with all the work of raising Poof if Chloe ends up revealing the existence of the other.
2nd May '18 8:58:21 PM LightSeeker001
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* If there really ''is'' a fairy shortage, wouldn't it make more sense to give Chloe Cosmo and have Timmy keep Wanda (or vice-versa) than have the two share fairies?

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* If there really ''is'' a fairy shortage, wouldn't it make more sense to give Chloe Cosmo and have Timmy keep Wanda (or vice-versa) than have the two share fairies?fairies?

* In "Balance of Flour", it's revealed that whoever won the bake-off between the Fairies and Anti-Fairies would be given the rights to have godchildren, including Timmy and Chloe. Just what kind of chaos would children with Anti-Fairy godparents create?
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