Background information
Movies Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings

Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy (cameo)

Short Films Unknown
Television Programs Unknown

Video Games Unknown
Voice Lucy Hale
Portrayed by Unknown
Character information
Other names Peri, Miss Winkle

Personality Curious, fun-loving, bubbly, adventurous, excitable, nice, caring, sisterly, warm, friendly
Goal Unknown
Allies Tinker Bell, Spike, Gliss, Sled, Dewey, Rosetta, Silvermist, Fawn, Iridessa, Vidia, Clank, Bobble, Lord Milori
Enemies Unknown
Likes Sled-riding, snowball fights, making snowmen, making igloos
Dislikes Being separated from her beloved twin sister
Quotes "Jingles!"

"I call them 'found things'." "This the frost forest." "Please don't do this. We belong together!" "We could frost the Pixie-Dust Tree before the freeze hits it." "I hope it works." "I'm so sorry." "Sisters?"

Periwinkle, often shortened to Peri, is a frost-talent fairy from the Winter Woods. She appeared in Secret of the Wings, and is one of the two main protagonists, and makes a minor appearance in The Pirate Fairy.

She is voiced by Lucy Hale.

Background Edit

When a baby laughs for the first time, a brand new fairy is born. Unlike other fairies, however, Peri and Tink were born from the same first laugh, making them fraternal twin sisters. They share many aspects when it comes to likes, personality traits, characteristics, and appearance. However, the most striking connection is their fairy wings, as they have the same wing-shaped pattern, which is unheard of, because fairy wing patterns are supposed to be distinctive and unique. As far as personality goes, Periwinkle is very bubbly and rather adventurous (in a mature way). She is often on the cheerful side and is always open to new ideas and innovations. Like Tink, she collects discarded items found in Never Land called "lost things," as Tink calls them. Peri, however, prefers to call them "found things."

Like every fairy, Peri is forbidden from ever crossing the border to the other seasons of Pixie Hollow, as it is said to be dangerous for a winter fairy because of the warm weather. Even so, Peri grew a fascination of the world beyond her own and dreamed of visiting it. When she meets Tinker Bell, the bond between the two fairies causes them to think of ways to cross the border. When they do, however, it causes danger.

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