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    Diaspro 
Voiced by: Alessia La Monica (Italian), Veronica Taylor (4Kids), Ariana Grande (Seasons 3 & 5) (Nickelodeon), Cassandra Lee (Season 6) (Nickelodeon)
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Diaspro was Sky's fiancee, however, Sky dumped her for Bloom.


  • Adaptational Heroism: The comic series, which exists in its own continuity, has her as a much kinder person.
  • Aristocrats Are Evil: Not quite evil, but she does laud her status over others, plus there was the time she accepted Valtor's help. This changed in Season 6 where she offered the Trix her help.
  • Arranged Marriage: With Sky until he broke it off.
  • Deal with the Devil: A rare case in which the devil, Valtor, wants nothing in return.
  • Easily Forgiven: In season 3 she brainwashes Sky with a love potion. She gets banished from Eraklyon for this. Come season 5 and she's back on Eraklyon working directly for Sky's father with no mention of her previous banishment. It's implied that Erendor favors her, but the fact that not even Bloom mentions this at all raises a few eyebrows.
  • Enemy Mine: In season 6, Diaspro offers her services to the Trix since they share a common enemy in Bloom.
  • Evil Is Petty: In season 6, as stated above in Enemy Mine, Diaspro offers to help the Trix in their goals in order to get rid of Bloom. The Trix are practically wanted criminals at best and global terrorists at worst, so Diaspro practically sold out not only her planet but the rest of the Magix Dimension, all just to spite Bloom.
  • Flanderization: She was mad at Bloom for "stealing Sky from her", although apparently she got over it in season 2 (in the dub. She was still sour over it in the original version, although even then the implication was that she was moving on with her own life). In season 3, she suddenly became obsessed with Sky, to the point of making a deal with Valtor.
  • Freudian Excuse: In the RAI dub, it's revealed that Diaspro was raised and trained all her life specifically to become Sky's wife, and Sky's rejection of her has her Desperately Seeking A Purpose In Life.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: She was never a nice person, and even good might be stretching it, but at first she was merely a jerk in the wrong place and ended up victimized. Come season 3 and she brainwashes Sky into loving her, resulting in her banishment. She returns in season 5 apparently reformed, and while she tries to break up Bloom and Sky she does nothing evil and is ultimately looking out for Sky's safety. Then in season 6 she teams up with the Trix in an attempt to assassinate Bloom, putting her squarely on the evil side once again.
  • Heel–Face Turn: In the comics continuity, unlike the show, she changes her ways and actually sticks with that decision.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: In season 1 she shows up during the Trix's army initial attack on Red Fountain to evacuate Sky, explaining that he has to reign and should let the peasants fight for him. Given he's the only heir to the throne of Heraklyon and the messy political situation on that world, she's right, she's just putting it in a very unsympathetic way.
  • Light Is Not Good: She's actually a fairy.
  • Pet the Dog: When it's made clear why Bloom attacked her in their first encounter, Diaspro was graceful enough to let her go scot-free.
    • In the comics, she grows nicer and more sociable toward Bloom in #29, afterwards only making one subtle petty remark toward her in her next appearance that she walked back quickly.
  • Psycho Ex-Girlfriend: See Flanderization, though she loses the psycho when she returns in season 5, but then inexplicably regains it in season 6.
  • Put on a Bus: Sky mentions that she was banished after season 3.
  • Regal Ringlets: She has these and is a princess.
  • Rich Bitch: Very rude towards commoners and doesn't seem to care about anyone other than Sky.
  • The Rival: Immediately becomes this with Bloom in season 1 due to being attacked by her for no reason and then promptly dumped in favor of her. It's easy to see why she wouldn't have the warmest feelings for Bloom.
  • Troll: In season 5, Diaspro becomes King Erendor's liason, but she only uses the position to drive a wedge between Sky and Bloom.
  • Woman Scorned: Her descend into villainy is mostly spurred by Sky's breaking off their betrothal.

    Knut 
Voiced by: Roberto Draghetti (1st voice; Italian), Stefano Billi (2nd voice, Italian), Marc Thompson (4Kids), Stoney Emshwiller (Nickelodeon), Juan Navarro (Spanish)
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An ogre who used to work for the Trix, but he defected. He currently works at Alfea as a janitor.


  • Abhorrent Admirer: In Season 3, after the princess ball when Stella is turned into a monster by Chimera, he develops a crush on her monster form.
  • The Brute: He was the muscleman for the Trix.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Has not appeared since season 3.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Stopped working for the Trix when he realized how dangerous they were.
  • Heel–Face Turn: When the Trix took over the Magical Dimension, he realizes that they are mad and are dangerous and decides to flee with Pepe to Red Fountain. He become the Alfea's new janitor.
  • The Nose Knows: In one episode, Knut is trying to lead the heroines through a cavern system to a secret entrance to the The Cloud Tower only for them to become lost. Bloom mentions that she heard once that ogres have a very good sense of smell which might help. It clearly does, as Knut is quickly able to pick up the smell of a box of donunts he remembered leaving in his room at the Tower.
  • Smash Mook: All he does in a fight is punch stuff. While this is ineffective against the Winx, it works well against mooks.
  • Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey: While he works for the Trix, his bumbling gives him this dynamic with them.

    Amentia 
Voiced by: Alessia La Monica (Italian)
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Amentia is the princess of Downland, a capricious young lizard woman with quite the martial arts skill.


  • Action Girl: Uses no magic, yet she's able to go head to head with Icy.
  • Arranged Marriage: Almost, with Brandon. Amore solved the mess and hooked her up with her Unlucky Childhood Friend.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Most of her wardrobe.
  • Blade on a Stick: Her weapon of choice and the one with which she is most effective, though during her fight with Icy we see her use magic Shuriken and a long sword alternatively.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: After the Arranged Marriage subplot is resolved early in the season, we don't see her again until later in the season, when Livy happens to enter her realm while trying to keep the Pixie Village's Codex piece away from Icy. A few episodes later, the Specialists must ask for her help in order to reach Darkar's fortress.
  • Cute Monster Girl: Not quite human, but she looks similar to them.
  • Hollywood Thin: She is the thinnest character in the entire series and one could consider her anorexic.
  • Lady of War: In her last appearance she mainly fights with a Naginata-esque, using graceful and speedy jumps to maneuver around enemies.
  • Love at First Sight: Amentia immediately falls for Brandon upon first sight, much to his disgust. She then decided right then and there that she will marry him, much to Brandon's horror.
  • Stripperiffic: Not concerned about her modesty at all.
  • Super OCD: She is obsessed with cleanliness, order, and perfection to the point where she was ready to marry a complete stranger because his faced had the right proportions for the royal bust.
  • Unfortunate Names: "Amentia" is Latin for "insanity". Some people have also connected her name to "dementia" or "demented".
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Hasn't been seen of mentioned since the end of season 2. It get's so bad that the Nick dub doesn't even include her in their recap special of season 2.

    Chimera 
Voiced by: Raffaella Castelli (Italian), Cassandra Lee (4Kids), Rachael MacFarlane (Nickelodeon), Lola Latre (Spanish)
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Countess Cassandra's daughter. She longs to be the one and only princess of Solaria.


  • Beauty Mark: She has a tiny mole near her left eye.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: She went down after just ONE attack by Stella.
  • Deal with the Devil: Valtor gives her and Cassandra new powers in exchange for power of the second sun of Solaria.
  • Driven by Envy: She is very jealous of Stella, and always wants everything her way. When Stella is getting ready for her princess ball, Chimera tries to ruin Stella's fun. Chimera states that she hates Stella because she is a pretty, beautiful, spoiled and lucky princess.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: Her civilian outfit seems to be inspired by it. She shares the look with her Beta Girl Posse.
  • Hufflepuff House: We never see her fairy school, Beta Academy.
  • Light Is Not Good: Like Diaspro, she's a fairy. She's even from Solaria, the planet of light.
  • Rapunzel Hair: She has long bluish-black hair that falls to her ankles.
  • Rich Bitch: She comes from a noble family, but unlike Stella she does allow it to get to her head.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Chimera flaunts her stolen status of new princess of Solaria and top student of Beta Academy every chance she gets. It was proven she couldn't back up her talk after Stella takes her out with ONE attack.
  • Spoiled Brat: She rants about wanting everything as well as having everything done for her since she's so lazy. After all, why do anything when you have servants to do it for you?
  • Villainous Breakdown: When she and Cassandra get tied up, Chimera goes into a bratty tantrum, ranting that'd she'd beat Stella if she weren't tied up (never mind the fact Chimera had already been pathetically curbstomped by Stella earlier). Cassandra finally tells her daughter to shut the hell up.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has navy blue hair.

    Countess Cassandra 
Voiced by: Francesca Draghetti (Italian), Meghan McCracken (4Kids), Kath Soucie (Nickelodeon), Teresa de Paz (Spanish)
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A Solarian noblewoman that was at one point engaged with King Radius (Stella's father). She's Chimera's mother.


  • Aristocrats Are Evil: She is one of the most influential ones at the royal court. Perfectly willing to brainwash her future husband and kick Stella out of the family.
  • Deal with the Devil: Valtor gives her and Chimera new powers in exchange for power of the second sun of Solaria.
  • Gold Digger: Cassandra wishes to marry King Radius so that she could rule Solaria.
  • Wicked Stepmother: Almost became one to Stella.
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