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Anchor for the Magic Dimension. The Fairy of Nature, she's a compassionate and gentle person who embraces her in-loop title of Goody Two Shoes.


The second Winx Club looper, Techna had the misfortune (or fortune, depending on how you want to look at it) of awakening after a non-standard loop. Her idea of baseline involves dating a male version of Flora named Flynn.


The third Winx Club looper, Musa took to the loops like a fish to water, eager to see everything they have to offer.


The fourth Winx Club looper, Bloom has had a hard time adapting to the loops, and much prefers baseline loops to variants.


The fifth Winx Club looper.


The sixth and final official member of the Winx Club. Also the last to start looping.


The first male looper from the Winx loops.
  • Berserk Button: Provoking him on his past relationship with Tecna. Not even Icy is insensible enough to do that...
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Don't press his Berserk Button, or you'll pay.
  • Did Not Get the Girl: Unfortunately for him, his relationship with Techna fell victim to how long it took for him to start looping.
  • Nobody Calls Me "Chicken"!: Due a certain incident in his baseline where Tecna had treated him like a coward for months for avoiding an unwinnable battle, he doesn't like being called a coward.
  • Stealth Expert: Not to the same level as some stealth loopers, but he still managed to avoid detection for fifty-seven seven-year loops.
  • Trap Master


Leader of the Trix, started Looping with her sisters soon after Timmy.


One of the Trix, started Looping with her sisters soon after Timmy.


One of the Trix, started Looping with her sisters soon after Timmy.


The seventh and formerly honorary member of the Winx.


The second Specialist to start Looping.
  • BFS: Still has his enormous greatsword. Other loopers find it a bit silly.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: His reaction to when the Trix attempt to use him as a guinea pig for some beverages.
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts: With Stella, as in baseline. Looping has done nothing to make them any less disgustingly adorable.


An unexpected Looper, and former rival of Bloom, she's the first Looper to not be part of the Winx, the Trix or a Specialist.
  • Befriending the Enemy: Although not intentional, her attempts to stop Bloom and Sky from getting together eventually led to this.
  • Driven to Suicide: Five times over the course of her initial Loops, with the first eventually setting in motion a civil war in Eraklyon.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: She will never realize her engagement with Sky, for better or for worst. This has led to her being Driven to Suicide.
  • Fighting Spirit: Apparently gained a Stand called Keep Hope Alive. What it does is currently unknown.
  • Mighty Glacier: Downplayed with regards to her Stand, which is average speed and fairly low ranged, but has above average strength and durability.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Her reaction when she killed Bloom.
    • Also her reaction once she realized that she didn't consider Brandon and Stella's relationship in the equation of her revenge against Bloom.
  • Odd Friendship: Was befriended by the Trix as soon as they found out she was Looping.
  • Secret-Keeper: The only Winx Looper to know who the Mystery Looper is.
  • Self-Inflicted Hell: What she viewed Looping to be initially, where she constantly saw Bloom and Sky get together.
  • Ultimate Blacksmith: In addition to being the Fairy of Metal, she also was a dwarf. These two combined allow her to be a master blacksmith, something that Tony Stark notes.
  • Unexpected Character: Nobody expected her to start Looping, especially so soon.
  • The Woobie: Started Looping as a Tragic Villain due the way Sky and Bloom got together, and it got worse from that, to the point she spent a few Loops in a sanatorium because she was catatonic.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Plays this role for the looping Winx.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: After a Loop in Fate/stay night in Luvia's place.


Leader of the Specialists, he Activates and finds out that Bloom gives him an ultimatum; prove himself to Bloom, or lose her forever.
  • The Chew Toy: His first Loop alone has him being forced to prove himself to Bloom and Diaspro making it clear that she's disappointed in the guy. It's only until he meets up with Brandon that he learns about Yggdrasil, meaning he went through that without a clue about what was happening.
  • Other Me Annoys Me: Upon seeing the version of him from the Loop where Diaspro is Driven to Suicide, he immediately asks if The Trix gave him what was coming for him. He is later confused that the Patchamen somehow killed him with napkins.


Activated after Aisha prevented his death during Baseline, Nabu quickly realizes that Aisha had something to do with his Awakening, and makes it clear that he loves her.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: After Yoshikage Kira killed Aisha, Nabu tracked him down and let Magic go nuts. Deconstructed, as Nabu ends up with a great deal of guilt from it.
  • Fighting Spirit: Gains a Stand at one point called Magic, though he cannot control it, as it only comes out when Nabu feels threatened. He eventually let it fade away, likely due to the guilt of killing Kira.
  • Giver of Lame Names: Named his Stand Magic. Enough said.
  • Official Couple: With Aisha.
  • Stunned Silence: After Flora recaps the major events that happened during the entirety of the compilation. He soon asks for a repeat.


The Princess of Domino, Daphne Awoke and found herself thrust onto the Looping scene.


Nephew (or grandson, it depends) of the head of Red Fountain, and Flora's (former) boyfriend. He appears to be suffering from Setsuna Syndrome.
  • Go Mad from the Revelation: He's not adapting to how his Looping friends are acting very well. He seems especially upset that his former girlfriend is now married to one of her best friends.
  • Mad Bomber: Helia, in his attempts to 'fix' his Branch, decides to bomb Techna's Pocket. This was seen by him as Dirty Business.
  • Railroading: He suffers from Setsuna Syndrome, which is when a Looper attempts to "fix" their branch and stop the Loops by making sure that every loop follows baseline to the last detail. The only way to break out of this mindset is for the Looper to accept that "fixing" the loops is impossible for them. Helia has yet to fully accept this, partially because he was Activated long after his friends (the only member of the main cast that hadn't Activated yet was Riven by the time he was), and thus the changes he has to adapt to are far greater than the ones they had to deal with. Such as the fact that the most important person in his life had not only long moved on from him, and had even gotten married to one of her best friends, a female no less.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He truly believes that he's doing what's best by trying to make his Branch behave as it did in baseline. He even regrets his more extreme actions, like bombing Techna's Pocket.

The Mystery Looper

An unidentified character that has been Looping at least since before the Wedding. The other Loopers know he's around, but have no idea about his identity. Revealed to be Riven during the Fall of Helia.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Reveals himself by ramming an aircar on Helia during the Fall.
  • The Ghost: Up until the Fall of Helia, the closest we've got to him actually appearing on page was a phone conversation between him and Diaspro.
  • Secret-Keeper: Sailor Venus, Sailor Mars, Sailor Neptune and Sailor Uranus know who he is, but never told anyone. Diaspro found out under as yet unidentified circumstances, and she too is keeping the secret.
  • Stealth Expert: Has been Looping for as long as the Trix, but nobody knows his identity. The only reason the other Loopers even know he's around is that he left gifts to Flora and Tecna's wedding.



The Winx loops' Admin, Fand is the Celtic Queen of the Fairies. She's also more than a little ship-crazy.

  • The Dog Bites Back: Fand, after getting tired of Aphrodite's behavior, put a spell on her that changes her skin tone of whatever she last ate. This was apparently in response to her stealing the last coffee.
  • Flight: She has wings.
  • Genius Ditz: Yes, she's obsessed with shipping. She's also competent enough to handle a loop with multiple corrupted baselines and predict the Mythos Hackers eons in advance without breaking a sweat.
  • Locked in a Freezer: All the time as a punishment for when she goes too far with her attempts to ship her coworkers. It doesn't seem to slow her down much.
  • Nice to the Waiter: In spite of her obsession with her shipping charts, Fand is remarkably kind for an Admin, congratulating and rewarding her charges for their achievements.
  • Not Me This Time: Due to the trope below, she's often blamed for most relationships, even the ones that she had zero hand in or even actively made a detriment to.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: While never explicit, Fand has a tendency to do what she feels is the right thing with little regard for what anyone else will think.
  • Shipper on Deck: Oh so very much.
  • Squick: A frequent in-universe response to some of her ideas for ideal relationships.


An iteration of Flora's younger sister that Fand turned into a helper program for her terminal.