The Faerie is a character that appears in Trials of Mana.
Profile[edit | edit source]
Physical appearance[edit | edit source]
The Faerie has long blonde hair, frosted pink at the tips, and blue eyes. She is shown wearing a short blue dress and barefoot. Her hair is in a single ponytail with bluish flower ornaments and her ankles have two golden anklets.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
As an emissary of the Mana Goddess, Faerie is given the authority to manipulate mana power in the execution of her role. She primarily acts as a guide for her host, providing them her knowledge of the world observed from the Sanctuary. Faerie also acts as ambassador on behalf of her host, and so communicates with the Mana Spirits and other influential figures to muster support for the greater mission of preserving mana power. Acting as a sort of ninth Mana Spirit, Faerie can use various other powers to aid her host and their companions, such as teleportation and the removal of magical barriers.
Story[edit | edit source]
Arrival[edit | edit source]
The Faerie is one of several of her kind that lived peacefully in the Sanctuary of Mana until the world's mana began fading. The faeries quickly set out from the Sanctuary to restore the balance with the assistance of the Priest of Light and the chosen hero of Mana. Because of the fading mana, however, only Faerie survived the journey, and she only made it as far as Astoria before collapsing. Fortunately, she was found by the main protagonist who had followed her into the Rabite Forest. Unable to travel any farther on her own, Faerie chose to use the protagonist as a host, which also marked the protagonist as the one destined to wield the Sword of Mana and restore balance to the world. She then urged the protagonist to take her to the Priest of Light in the Holy City Wendel.
Abduction[edit | edit source]
Once the heroes manage to open a gate to the Mana Sanctuary, the three main villains immediately take the opportunity to go after the Mana Sword. Their forces eliminate each other, however, seemingly leaving the heroes free to obtain the sword for themselves. Once the main protagonist obtains the sword, however, they discover that the Faerie has been abducted by one of the villains; which villain abducts the Faerie depends on who the main protagonist is. Regardless of identity, the villain retreats to their stronghold and demands the Mana Sword in exchange for the Faerie. Having no choice but to comply, the heroes hand over the sword and watch helplessly as the villain releases the eight Benevodons.