Bonjour tout le monde! Comment allez-vous?
So a couple things going on:
First off, I just released the second chapter of Talented, so check that out if you haven’t already by clicking here. 😀
Secondly, Marigold Sunjewel brought to my attention that the only Create A Fairy still open is Disney Fairies France.
Luckily, I am pretty familiar with the French language so I was able to play without Google Translate’s help.
Anyway, I recreated my three main AthenaGrace fairies on France so I’ll just give you a brief introduction if you want to meet them!
For argument’s sake, let’s say that these new fairies are my French cousins 😀
Elles parlent le français mieux que moi, mais j’ai appris un peu a l’école car c’est la loi. Pour cette raison, nous pouvons discuter toujours ensemble quand nous nous avons un rendez-vous avec toute la famille.
Translated: they speak French (way) better than me, but I learned a bit at school (because regulations). For this reason, we can always talk together when we have family get-togethers 🙂
Let’s get to know them — shall we? 😀
All their names are different from those of mine and my sisters — that’s just because in France, names like Minerva or Echo aren’t common. Funnily enough, Stella is a French name, but the one that looks like Stella isn’t named Stella…
Sidenote: Have any of you noticed the glitch where after you create the fairy, it’s pretty much impossible to go back in and play with her? (This is happening to me a lot; at least for Gisèle). Most of the gameplay is pretty smooth, except when I try to enter the house-decorating mode. It just… stops working…
None of us are identical actually — we just look similar to one another, which I think is pretty cool. 🙂
Anyways without further ado, I’d like to introduce you to my French cousins:
Click the links above to be guided to their Pixie Pages~
Gisèle is the one that’s most like me (Minerva). 🙂 Whenever we get together, it’s always a good time because we have some many things in common. I always pick up some French lingo (and her, English) whenever we see each other.
She’s the studious, imaginative one that’s always got her head stuck in a book. We have the same go-with-the-flow type attitude expected of water-talents. Actually we share the same love for petit fours, so there’s a lot in common. 🙂
Coriandre Étoile grâce
Coriandre Étoile grâce (translated: Coriander Stargrace) is a garden-talent, unlike the one she looks like, Echo Starsong. She, like Echo, is the pretty, delicate one in the family and is really into looking her best, as garden-talents do. 😉
Coriandre doesn’t really like messy things though, while Echo is known to hole up in her Tinker’s Nook and work on projects every once in a while, making a mess of everything. :p
Solène (Stella’s French counterpart) is a light-talent, just like Stella. She can be quite a tomboy.
She and Stella have a blast whenever they see each other, and are (unfortunately) the pranksters of the family. They enjoy (a bit too much, in my opinion :p) going around and setting up pranks to pull on everyone else.
Like for example, the time when they put paint in one of those clown-flower things and painted Coriandre and Echo’s dresses a nice neon orange. 😉
The rest of us LOLed so hard at that :p
Notice anything? My French cousins actually have our rotated eye colors!
Gisèle got Echo’s blue eyes, Coriandre got Stella’s violet eyes, and Solène got my green eyes.
Just a little thing I wanted to point out. 😉
I actually want do write a little short thing about a family reunion between these 6 fairies… (idea creds to Raven — I promise no plagiarism — maybe we could collab? Just an idea :))
Do you also have French cousins? If you do, pop mine a visit and we can be friends! 😉
See you all next post!