The War for Pixie Hollow
by
ShimmeringFairyPrion

SYNOPSIS

{Revised: 27 Sep 16}

{I have finally returned after 4 years, and I am sorry. There were only 6 chapters back then. But now there are 15!
I finished work similar to the Peace Corps(it wasn't the Peace Corps exactly though). I also worked on school and other work. Don't worry, this will be finished.
~ShimmeringFairyPrion [4 Sep 2016]}

Tagline: Before Never Land, Disbelief was the least of their worries...

Thank you for visiting!
There is not much explanation on Mother Dove's origins. Where did she come from?

Why does Queen Clarion seem Laissez-faire, like she wasn't always queen?

It is officially stated that Never Land used to be an ordinary island. What caused it to stop inhabitants from aging?

I wrote a creative explanation:

This is a fast-paced story of survival involving a fire-talent fairy, Alivia, fighting alongside a younger Clarion, before she was Queen, a member of the Special Forces. They perform missions to overthrow an evil tyrant and restore Pixie Hollow to the rightful Queen, Miliani. See how Mother Dove came into existence in this action-packed interpretation of the land before Never Land.

This story is slightly based on the real-life book, In the Realm of the Never Fairies: The Secret World of Pixie Hollow, pg 64:
"Pixie Hollow was not always the small patch of Never Land's forest that it is now. Once it was a great kingdom, covering forests, canyons, mountains, and lakes. Back then, it was a separate place from Never Land. To get there, you had to fly through a secret portal hidden behind a waterfall...There was no Home Tree. In its place stood the Pixie Dust Tree...
The fairies lived this way happily for many years. Then came a battle that destroyed the Pixie Dust Tree. Pixie Hollow itself began to disappear, for without dust there could be no magic, and without magic there would be no belief in fairies. The fairies feared for their existence. And then they found Mother Dove."

Synopsis:
There is an ancient legend which makes everyone fear Clairette, a fairy who glows white instead of yellow.
But Alivia and her friend, Doc, protect her.

Queen Clarion's predecessor, Miliani, trusts the 3 and trains them.
But the chemist, Fieva, rises up and stages an insurrection against all of Pixie Hollow.
Fieva seeks immortality, defeats most of the military, and forces those loyal to the queen to go into hiding.

Miliani uses her Special Forces team to fight an asymmetrical war.
{ scene change }
Fairies dive-bomb like shooting stars...

Arrows block out the sun...

Explosions fill the skies...
Dust on fairies is canceled with the new
Anti-Dust...

Young Clarion (Ree) dodges enemy fire by transforming into Pixie Dust and back.

{ scene change }
A young fairy and sparrowman are standing in a charred countryside.
The sparrowman picks a surviving flower and gives it to the fairy.
They embrace, their wings beating fast, and kiss, knowing they could die before the day is over...


{ scene change }
The Dust Tree is destroyed in a fireball.
The sky is mixed with day and night simultaneously...
The surviving stockpiles of Pixie Dust will not last forever...
The only hope from extinction is escaping to Never Land...

{ Thank you for reading. I hope you all enjoy!
- ShimmeringFairyPrion}

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All original Disney Fairies™ characters/items/locations are property of 'The Walt Disney Company', 'Disney Enterprises, Inc', 'Disney Press', respective Disney authors, 'The Disney Storybook Artists', and/or 'Random House, Inc'. I do not own any original Disney Fairies™ intellectual property.

Everything else was constructed by me, ShimmeringFairyPrion.

This fanfiction story is based on the Disney Fairies® stories, including but not limited to:

{Levine, Gail Carson, and David Christiana. Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg.
New York, NY: Disney Enterprises, Inc., 2005. Print. ISBN: 978-1-4231-0819-1

Levine, Gail Carson, and David Christiana. Fairy Haven and the Quest for the Wand.
New York, NY: Disney Enterprises, Inc., 2007. Print. ISBN: 978-1-4231-3082-6

Peterson, Monique, and The Disney Storybook Artists. In the Realm of the Never

Fairies: The Secret World of Pixie Hollow. Comp. Elizabeth Ryazantseva and

Megan Krempels. New York: Disney, 2006. Print. ISBN: 0-7868-4765-4}

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