History YMMV / DisneyFairies

25th May '18 12:55:27 AM CommanderVisor
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* FandomSpecificPlot: An original fairy character being a fire-talent and unintentionally causing trouble by either being an omen of doom or PowerIncontinence. Became AscendedFanon when ''Never Girls'' introduced the Pixie Hollow's first ever fire-talent fairy, Necia.
25th May '18 12:39:48 AM CommanderVisor
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* CrackShip: For a while, Queen Clarion was shipped with the Minister of Spring, until ''Secret of the Wings'' introduced Lord Milori and revealed that she and Lord Milori are an OfficialCouple.



* FoeYay: Tinker bell and Vidia (though only apparant in the first movie). Rosetta and Rumble in ''Pixie Hollow Games'', and Fawn and Nyx in ''Legend of the Neverbeast'' have possible subtext as well.

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* FoeYay: Tinker bell Bell and Vidia (though only apparant apparent in the first movie). Rosetta and Rumble in ''Pixie Hollow Games'', and Fawn and Nyx in ''Legend of the Neverbeast'' have possible subtext as well.



** In Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg, when Hook grabs Prilla so tight and crushes her so she can't even scream, and she thinks "not that screaming would do any good."

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** In Fairy "Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg, Egg", when Hook grabs Prilla so tight and crushes her so she can't even scream, and she thinks "not that screaming would do any good."
25th Feb '18 9:49:01 AM Sonofaphrodite
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** In ''Legend of the Neverbeast'', Fawn, a fairy good with animals, is voiced by Ginnifer Goodwyn. About a year later, [[Disney/{{Zootopia}} Goodwyn would voice an actual animal. A rabbit, to be exact.]]

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** In ''Legend of the Neverbeast'', Fawn, a fairy good with animals, is voiced by Ginnifer Goodwyn. Goodwin. About a year later, [[Disney/{{Zootopia}} Goodwyn Goodwin would voice an actual animal. A rabbit, to be exact.]]
7th Feb '18 10:24:07 PM CommanderVisor
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* GirlShowGhetto: Despite the franchise's general appeal to everyone , the feminine aspects are heavily played up in advertising and merchandise, which may have hurt the franchise in the long run

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* GirlShowGhetto: Despite the franchise's general appeal to everyone , the feminine aspects are heavily played up in advertising and merchandise, which may have hurt the franchise in the long run run.
2nd Jan '18 9:35:03 AM elenaisabel722
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* GirlShowGhetto: Despite the franchise's general appeal to everyone , the feminine aspects are heavily played up in advertising and merchandise, which may have hurt the franchise in the long run
26th Dec '17 7:22:10 PM KamonTheSkunk
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* CharacterDerailment: Most of the characters from the books personalities were swapped out for something completely different when the movies were made.
** Tinkerbell went from a sarcastic, snippy fairy to a peppy, excited main character.
** Vidia's {{Jerkass}} tendencies were toned way down. In the books, she once sold out her entire race to a dragon. In the movies, she was a minor antagonist before becoming Tink's friend.
** Queen Clarion became a background character and much less of an ActionGirl, and was given a love interest she never had in the books.
23rd Dec '17 10:37:03 PM toastwithoutbutter
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*CharacterDerailment: Most of the characters from the books personalities were swapped out for something completely different when the movies were made.
**Tinkerbell went from a sarcastic, snippy fairy to a peppy, excited main character.
**Vidia's {{Jerkass}} tendencies were toned way down. In the books, she once sold out her entire race to a dragon. In the movies, she was a minor antagonist before becoming Tink's friend.
**Queen Clarion became a background character and much less of an ActionGirl, and was given a love interest she never had in the books.



**Arguably Clarion in ''Fairy Haven and the Quest for the Wand'' when she used her wish to shrink the hawks so they wouldn't eat fairies anymore. This is treated by others like it was an act of cruelty, even though hawks in this universe are sentient and perfectly capable of surviving without eating fairies but do nevertheless.






** Again in Gail Carson Levine's trilogy: the fate of every existing fairy depends on Mothr Dove and her egg, which are both mortal and fragile. When the egg cracks due to a hurricane, it's a major problem that requires an island-wide quest- but it's a thin, delicate ''egg,'' and could break at any time. It's a miracle any of the fairies are even still alive.

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**Every time something happens to Ree in the books, it raises questions of what would go down if she died. She practically single-handedly runs ''everything'' in Pixie Hollow and there's no one who would take her place.
** Again in Gail Carson Levine's trilogy: the fate of every existing fairy depends on Mothr Mother Dove and her egg, which are both mortal and fragile. When the egg cracks due to a hurricane, it's a major problem that requires an island-wide quest- but it's a thin, delicate ''egg,'' and could break at any time. It's a miracle any of the fairies are even still alive.
24th Nov '17 6:21:51 PM Autumn
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** In ''Legend of the Neverbeast'', Faun, a fairy good with animals, is voiced by Ginnifer Goodwyn. About a year later, [[Disney/{{Zootopia}} Goodwyn would voice an actual animal. A rabbit, to be exact.]]

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** In ''Legend of the Neverbeast'', Faun, Fawn, a fairy good with animals, is voiced by Ginnifer Goodwyn. About a year later, [[Disney/{{Zootopia}} Goodwyn would voice an actual animal. A rabbit, to be exact.]]
29th Jun '17 10:30:08 PM ElizaAnne
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**At least in he books, the fact that any fairy could drop dead at any given moment because a child somewhere stopped believing in them. Think about that for a minute: ''any person could vanish with no explination and never be seen again.'' This includes people like the Queen hereself, who essentially runs all of Pixie Hollow herself and whose death would cause major consequences.
**Again in Gail Carson Levine's trilogy: the fate of every existing fairy depends on Mothr Dove and her egg, which are both mortal and fragile. When the egg cracks due to a hurricane, it's a major problem that requires an island-wide quest- but it's a thin, delicate ''egg,'' and could break at any time. It's a miracle any of the fairies are even still alive.
25th Jun '17 4:33:42 PM Pichu-kun
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* BrokenBase: There's a split between book fans and film fans due to the {{Canon Foreigner}}s of the movies replacing AdaptedOut characters.

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* AdaptationalDisplacement: Many book-only characters like Rani and Prilla are obscure due to the film's being more popular than the original books.
* BrokenBase: There's a split between book fans and film fans due to the {{Canon Foreigner}}s of the movies replacing several AdaptedOut characters.characters.
* CrossoverShip: Shipping the ''Disney Fairies'' with either ''WesternAnimation/{{Epic}}'' characters or ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'' characters.
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