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Izzy the Indigo Fairy (U.S. name: Inky the Indigo Fairy) is the sixth fairy in the Rainbow Fairies series.
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Indigo is a colour linked to artistic pursuits. Izzy is a musician, who is always practicing, trying to learn one new instrument or another.
Izzy is very wise and calm. In the book she is described as being a bit cheeky. She is also active and always ready for an adventure. She gets on well with everybody and easily makes friends. Even though she has a calm nature, she can be a bit mischievous at times.
Izzy has short black hair and light skin. She wears an indigo jacket with matching jeans that have sparkly pockets. She also wears a blue belt, blue trainers and a silver necklace. Her wings are pointy and indigo tinted. In the book, it says that she has blue eyes and darkish-blue hair.
Powers and Abilities
- The seven standard powers of a fairy.
- Power over the color indigo.
- Izzy's magic turns everything she touches a beautiful indigo colour!
- Izzy is called Inky in America and in many other adaptations.
- She was the only one of the Rainbow Fairies to be trapped in a book instead of an actual location on Rainspell Island.
- She is the sixth fairy to be rescued by Rachel and Kirsty.
- Her fairy dust is indigo ink drops.
- She can blow bubbles from chewing gum.
- She likes eating blackcurrant jelly beans and chewing bubble gum.
- Her favourite fairy playmates are the Fun Day Fairies.
- She is interested in music and writing songs.
- Izzy is the 6th fairy in her series.
- In the movie Rainbow Magic: Return to Rainspell Island, she is voiced by Emily Taatte.
- Izzy is the mascot for the Rainbow Fairies series and every Holiday Special book.
- Her German name is 'Milli Meerblau', which translates to 'Milly Blue Sea'.
- Her Swedish name is Druva.
- Her Spanish name is Tinta.
Inky's name comes from the liquid called ink. Ink can come in many colours, most popularly dark blue and black.