Create A Pixie Hollow Fairy
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Disney Fairies is a Disney franchise created in 2005. The franchise is built around the character of Tinker Bell from Disney's 1953 animated film Peter Pan, subsequently adopted as a mascot for the company. In addition to the fictional fairy character created by J. M. Barrie, the franchise introduces many new characters and expands substantially upon the limited information the author gave about the fairies and their home of Never Land. The characters are referred to within stories as "Never Land fairies." The franchise includes children's books and other merchandise, a website and the computer-animated Tinker Bell film series, featuring the character and several of the Disney fairies as supporting and recurring characters.
In addition to the published work, The Walt Disney Company provides support for Disney Fairies across all business units. The campaign includes the Disney Fairies Website, where visitors can explore and discover information about Disney Fairies. The website allows users to: learn about the fairies, create a fairy, visit Pixie Hollow and explore related merchandise.
Pixie Hollow was an MMOG created by The Walt Disney Company and released September 8, 2008. The game was free to play online, however a subscription was needed to have access to things for members only. The website was based partly on the Disney fairy books written by Gail Carson Levine. Free members could create a female Fairy or male Sparrow Man avatar who each came with a small selection of furnishings to decorate a virtual room. Players were able to interact with others and have access to both 'speed' chat with pre-selected phrases and full chat where they can type their messages. They could also play various "Talent Games" or fairy-themed mini-games, found in the various meadows and forests of Pixie Hollow. The game used organic materials as a virtual currency for players to shop. Players could also play games and visit places to earn badges that they could see in their "leaf journal," which also served as a handbook and inventory. Players could purchase a monthly, semi-annual or annual membership. The membership included: Clothing, furniture, access to the ballroom and a hair salon with a spa.
Vidia tends to be secretive, keeping extra pixie dust locked in a box hidden under her bed and racing dragonflies when the other fairies aren't looking. She is self-centered and believes not all fairies are created equal. She is sassy and bold. She reforms in the 3rd film and becomes Tinker Bell's friend and the other fairies' friend.
Pixie Hollow was an MMORPG created by The Walt Disney Company and released September 8, 2008. The basic version of the game was free to play online. The website was based partly on the Disney Fairies books written by Gail Carson Levine. Players with free accounts could create a female Fairy or male Sparrow Man avatar who each came with a small selection of furnishings to decorate a virtual room. Basic accounts could make friends with other players and have access to both 'speed' chat with pre-selected phrases and full chat where they were able to type their own messages. They could also play various "Talent Games", or fairy themed mini-games, found in the various meadows and forests of Pixie Hollow. While playing, the player could pick up leaves, seeds, and flowers which were the currency for buying items in the game. Players also played games and visited places to earn badges that they could see in their "leaf journal", which also served as a handbook and inventory. Players could purchase a monthly, semi-annual or, an annual membership all that was access to additional features, such as the ability to make or buy additional clothes and furniture for the player's avatar and buy furniture to decorate a virtual room. In January 2012, "Pixie Diamonds" were introduced, an in-game currency that could be purchased with real-world money and used to buy or upgrade items without an active membership. Though the game was geared toward young girls, the game introduced a male character named Slate on April 22, 2010; he is referred to as a "Sparrow Man" rather than a male fairy. The game closed on September 19, 2013.
Before November 10, 2011, you could create up to three fairies or sparrow men. After this date, only members who created a fairy as a member before this change could have three fairies per account. There was a minimal amount of hairstyles that you could start with, but you could get more later as you collected ingredients. You could also choose one of these talents for your fairy or sparrow man: Tinker, Water, Garden, Light, or Animal.
Tink is summoned to meet with Queen Clarion, Fairy Mary and the Minister of Autumn who show her a mystical moonstone that every eight years during a blue harvest moon becomes rejuvenated with blue-colored pixie dust to revive the Pixie Dust Tree. They want Tink to create a ceremonial scepter to hold the moonstone.
When Tinker Bell and her friends attend a summer fairy camp on the Mainland, the curious pixie goes to visit a nearby human house. The owner, Dr. Griffiths, and his daughter Lizzy leave out a hand-made fairy house that fascinates Tink despite the warnings of Vidia who has followed her.
Inquisitive Zarina experiments with the magic behind pixie dust and creates variants including one that goes wildly out of control in Pixie Hollow. She is forbidden to continue her experiments so she runs away.
One year later, Pixie Hollow celebrates the Four Seasons Festival and Tink and her friends see Zarina flying around the audience putting them to sleep with her pink pixie dust. Zarina has stolen all of the blue pixie dust used to create yellow dust that allows the fairies to fly.
The fairies defeat the pirates with Hook vowing revenge as the baby crocodile attacks him. Zarina returns the blue pixie dust to Tink and her friends and is offered a chance to return to Pixie Hollow. Zarina restores all their original fairy talents and the festival celebration continues.
Guests with paid Memberships should have received an email with information about their Membership including refund details. If you have any additional billing-related questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 787-4943. Billing support will no longer be available after November 18, 2013.
Can I still redeem a secret code I got from a Disney Fairies toy?Pixie Hollow closed on September 19, 2013, and code redemptions of any kind for Pixie Hollow are no longer available. Please contact us at email@example.com for additional help.
I had purchased a Pixie Hollow game card, but I never redeemed it. What do I do now?Pixie Hollow closed on September 19, 2013, and Membership for Pixie Hollow is no longer available. If you have purchased a Pixie Hollow Game Card at Target or Toys R Us retail stores, but have not yet activated your Game Card online, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 787-4943 for additional help. Billing support will no longer be available after November 18, 2013.
I have a Membership/Free Trial code (either from a Game Pass or DVD insert). Can I still use it?Pixie Hollow closed on September 19, 2013, and Membership of any kind for Pixie Hollow is no longer available. Please contact us at email@example.com for additional help.
this was me and my sisters game!! everyday on weekends or after school would be spent there once the website first started up, we had all the original clothing items and once my sister got banned from her account for getting in an argument w another fairy. Annoyingly, she logged into mine and got my account banned as well!! I had to work my butt off trying to get all my old stuff back. I remember sitting on the benches and socializing with other kids talking about dumb kid stuff. Now im 22 being nostalgic w my sister while playing the heroku.app version and it definitely doesnt compare! I wonder how all my pixiefriends are doing.. i hope theyre doinng good i miss them :^((
Based on the Disney Animated Canon's take on Peter Pan's famous fairy/pixie Tinker Bell. This series expands on her and the other fairies she lives with. The franchise was launched in late 2005 as a counterpart to the Disney Princess franchise that would catch the interest of older girls and includes two series of chapter books (Disney Fairies, set after the movie, and The Never Girls, set in the present day), junior novels (three done by Gail Carson Levine), seven movies released direct to DVD in the USA but in cinemas in other countries (Tinker Bell, Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure, Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue, Pixie Hollow Games, Secret of the Wings, The Pirate Fairy, and Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast), a comic published in several countries, dolls, and other merchandise. There would also be two now-defunct online games based on the movies, Pixie Hollow Online (an MMO) and Disney Fairies: Fashion Boutique.
Disney Fairies is a Disney franchise built around the character of Tinker Bell, as Disney portrayed her in their 1953 animated film Peter Pan and subsequently adopted as a mascot for the company. In addition to the fictional fairy character created by J. M. Barrie, the franchise introduces many new characters and their home of Pixie Hollow, and expands substantially upon the limited information the author gave about the fairies in Never Land. The characters are sometimes referred to as "Never Fairies". The franchise includes a line of Disney Fairies books, graphic novels, a web site, and a series of Tinker Bell films featuring the famous character and several of the Disney fairies as supporting characters.
Tinker Bell had originally been included in the company's "Disney Pricesses" franchise, which was built around the theme that so many of Disney's female protagnoists were princesses or princess-like. Including Tink only made sense if you weren't familiar with the character; Barrie specifically described her as being "common", and she never set her sights on a prince. Even Disney's version was less than lady-like. Plus, there was so much opportunity in developing a whole new mythology. One stumbling block has been the additional meaning that fairy picked up in the 20th century; while Disney doesn't hesitate to call their female characters by that name, they invented the term sparrow man which they sometimes use for male fairies, and their long-standing synonym pixie is given to Pixie Hollow, the fairies' home. 2b1af7f3a8