(Sparkle) Sunshine Fariy Freesina


Freesina grew up with the forest and became an elegant sunshine fairy. If dark rainclouds covered the sky and blocked out the sun, she used her bow and arrows made of sunlight crystals and pierced the clouds. The sun reappeared and shone down upon the forest, making her surroundings bright. She loved the beautiful forest that never stopped giving its bountiful blessings. Even as a grown-up, she still loved fluttering about with the butterflies.


See Sunshine Fairy Freesina.

Name originEdit

A fairy (also fay, fae; from faery, faerie, "realm of the fays") is a type of mythical being or legendary creature in European folklore, a form of spirit, often described as metaphysical, supernatural or preternatural. The word fairy derives from Middle English faierie (also fayerye, feirie, fairie), a direct borrowing from Old French faerie (Modern French féerie) meaning the land, realm, or characteristic activity (i.e. enchantment) of the legendary people of folklore and romance called (in Old French) faie or fee (Modern French fée). This derived ultimately from Late Latin fata (one of the personified Fates, hence a guardian or tutelary spirit, hence a spirit in general).

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Yu-Han Chen.

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