Bluebell likes to play sports, including bubble toss, dandelion tag and seedtwist, which is considered very challenging, and occasionally even dangerous. She has been injured before, but came back to the game a more cautious and calculating player.
Bluebell fairy is also a masterful pony rider; she and Fairy Pony are great friends and even when she is not planning to ride, she visits him often. They’ve come up with some great tricks that impress the other fairies every time she and Pony perform in mushroom fairy ring talent shows.
Unlike most fairies, she can change her appearance at will. She likes dark skin and blonde hair the best, but not both at the same time. Bluebell is also good friends with Lucy, whom is taking riding lessons from Bluebell.
Scientific & Common Names
Fairies (Fata faierie) are closely related to sprites (Fata spriggan). Goblins and trolls are also part of the Fata family.
Generally, fairies are eight to ten inches tall when full-grown. They are usually human-shaped, usually fair-skinned, and winged, though this is by no means a rule. Fairies have been seen in the shape of small woodland creatures, including small rodents and birds. Some fairies are also innate shape-shifters, though this is not common.
As varied as the places from whence they hail, fairies from Britain and Ireland—the most common ancestor to the American fairy—have been known to humans as long as humans have lived on those islands. Occasionally confused with pixies, who are also very small in stature, fairies are most known for the raucous parties they hold in fairy rings and for occasionally stealing human children.
No confirmed sightings in over 200 years, though mushroom fairy rings, used for parties or circuses, are common after rain.