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Pixie is a genus in the Arcana family introduced in Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess. Pixies are unique "enemies" in that they will cure and even raise players in their vicinity. However, they can still be killed by players - doing so will drive down their population and make them less likely to assist players when encountered. Players can help increase Pixie population by simply refraining from killing them, or completing a repeatable quest.

Species

  • Pixie
  • Sidhe
  • Sprite


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Notorious Monsters

  • Fay
  • Feeorin
  • Melusine
  • Peaseblossom
  • Tiffenotte


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Special Attacks

  • Autumn Breeze: Self HP recovery.
  • Cyclonic Turmoil: AoE Wind damage, Knockback, and Dispel
  • Lethe Arror: Ranged damage, Knockback, Bind, and Amnesia.
  • Spring Breeze: AoE TP damage and Sleep.
  • Summer Breeze: Self Erase effect. If there are no effects to erase, the Pixie instead gains TP faster.
  • Winter Breeze: AoE Dispel.
  • Zephyr Arrow: Ranged damage, Knockback, and Bind.


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Starwars

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Fay
Biographical information
Died

22 BBY, Queyta[1]

Physical description
Species

Near-Human[2]

Gender

Female[1]

Height

1.8 meters[2]

Hair color

Blonde[2]

Eye color

Gray[2]

Skin color

Light[2]

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

Rise of the Empire era[1]

Affiliation
"She was the strongest of us all, and for a brief moment, I could feel how strong. I suspect she would have lived forever, if not for this one sacrifice."
―Obi-Wan Kenobi

Fay was a centuries-old, near-Human Jedi Master who was known to have had an intensely strong connection with the Force which allowed her to retain a youthful appearance. She was one of several legendary wandering Jedi Masters whose exploits were known throughout the Jedi Order.

Not believing that she was destined to teach, she left the Core and began roaming the Outer Rim worlds. For many centuries Fay allowed the Force to guide her to where she was needed, and as a result, was known to have resolved many conflicts, and even ended entire wars. During the Clone Wars she felt the Force guide her to the planet of Queyta, where she rendezvoused with a number of other Jedi Masters, including Obi-Wan Kenobi, to recover a vital antidote needed for a deadly new chemical weapon. The ensuing mission resulted in Fay and the other Jedi encountering the Dark Jedi Asajj Ventress and Durge, a 2,000-year-old bounty hunter. During the confrontation, Fay fought with Ventress, but following an intense explosion, Ventress severely wounded the Jedi Master. Fay gave her last remaining strength to Obi-Wan Kenobi so he could escape with the antidote, and therefore save millions of lives.

Contents

Biography

Early life

Jedi Master Fay.

Next to nothing is known about the early life of Master Fay. What is known is that after she passed the trials and became a Jedi, she felt that the Force was calling her to lead a nomadic life away from the Core. After attaining the rank of Jedi Master, she decided to leave the Jedi Temple on Coruscant and refused to take a Padawan, choosing instead to roam the galaxy wherever the Force guided her. Throughout the following centuries she rarely had reason to travel back to the galactic capital, preferring to go where she felt she was needed.[2]

As time passed, and Fay was seen less and less on Coruscant, her exploits in the far corners of the galaxy soon took on a legendary status among many Jedi students. However, a number of the older masters knew that the legends were actually real, and they paid close attention when reports were received from far flung planets of deeds done by a mysterious Jedi matching Fay's description.[2]

Her time in the field, whether it was on the most remote rural planets or those closer to the core, helped save thousands of lives. She was known to have resolved many conflicts and wars by flooding peace and love into the hearts of those gripped by hatred. Throughout the hundreds of years that she mediated wars on any number of planets, she never once used a lightsaber in physical combat—indeed, it was believed that, after her initial training, she never even carried one.[2]

Mission to Queyta

"You are no Jedi, girl…you are simply hatred and bile given form."
―Master Fay to Asajj Ventress.
Fay uses the Force against Ventress.

During the early months of the Clone Wars Master Fay felt that the Force was guiding her to the volcanic planet Queyta. Once there, she realized that several other nomadic Jedi had felt the call of the Force as well—she met with Jedi Masters Nico Diath, Jon Antilles, Knol Ven'nari, and Obi-Wan Kenobi, who had been involved with the war since its beginning. Kenobi was the last Jedi to arrive on the planet, and Master Ven'nari berated him for being late, saying that she had better places to be. Fay, however, could sense the pain and tragedy which Kenobi had already suffered thus far in the war, and reached out her hand to his forehead and filled him with a new sense of hope and energy.[2]

The Jedi's mission was to infiltrate a chemical factory and acquire the antidote to a new Separatist biological weapon known as swamp gas. However, upon entering the factory, Master Diath commented that there were no battle droids—Fay and the other Jedi heightened their Force awareness as Obi-Wan led the search for the antidote. The search, though, came to an abrupt halt when Fay and others encountered the Dark Jedi Asajj Ventress and the bounty hunter Durge. Immediately, Durge caused a huge explosion and the ensuing fight saw the bounty hunter kill Masters Ven'nari, Diath, and Antilles. After witnessing the death of Nico Diath, Fay realized that Ventress was trying to escape with the antidote. To stop her, Fay used the Force to hurl debris and broken glass at the fleeing Ventress, causing her to falter due to her wounds. Even though Ventress tried to crush Fay's heart with the Force, Fay was able to combat the Dark Jedi's attempts and use the Force to pull away all of Ventress's thoughts, causing her to faint. After Ventress had been neutralized, Kenobi advised Fay that he had recovered a vial of the antidote, and together the two Jedi started to withdraw in the wake of the factory's destruction.[1]

One with the Force

"Too late…you will escape…you will live…and I go to join our brothers and sisters…finally."
―Master Fay to Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Master Fay receives a mortal wound from Asajj Ventress.

The chemical factory had begun devolving into chaos due to several large explosions initiated by Durge. As Fay and Kenobi attempted to escape the compound, a large explosion occurred near the Jedi, causing Fay to falter and drop her guard. During those few moments, a revived Ventress used her double lightsabers to pierce Fay from behind, leaving her severely wounded. Ventress and Durge realized that the factory was near its final destruction and boarded a nearby Separatist ship, leaving Kenobi and Fay to die.[1]

Even though the wounds she had received from Ventress were severe, Fay's strong connection with the Force would have allowed her to eventually recover.[2] However, she recognized the dire need for the Republic to have the antidote that Kenobi possessed, and in a final act of self-sacrifice, touched Kenobi and filled him through the Force with her last reserves of strength. Due to Fay's sacrifice, Kenobi was able to jump to safety and ultimately escape the planet to bring the antidote back to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant.[1]

Personality and traits

"In all her long decades, she never raised her lightsaber in combat. I don't even know if she carried one…"
―Obi-Wan commenting on Fay.

Among all the species who encountered her, Fay was regarded as a striking woman,[2] and Qui-Gon Jinn once described her "beautiful and ageless" after an encounter with the Jedi Master. Following the mission to Queyta, Obi-Wan Kenobi commented that no one hated Master Fay, and that throughout her entire Jedi career she never felt the need to use a lightsaber in combat.[1] For many centuries, she roamed the galaxy while being guided by the Force—the physical presence of her personality, combined with her wisdom in the Force, allowed Fay the opportunity to bring peace and harmony to many war-torn planets she encountered.[2]

Fay was distinguished by her pale skin, blond hair, and her pointy ears which resembled those of the Sephi. She also had distinctive tattoos on her left cheek and forehead. Due to her deep connection with the Force, Fay's physical body was ageless, and she appeared to be a beautiful twenty-year-old almost her entire life.[2]

Behind the scenes

Fay's first and only appearance was in Star Wars Republic 53: Blast Radius, the fifty-third issue in the Star Wars: Republic series of comics. Her character and story were conceived by writer Haden Blackman and penciled by artist Brian Ching.[1] It is also interesting to note that the character of Fay appears to be of the same species as the characters Aleco Stusea, an unnamed member of the Wardens of the Sky and Princess Lourdes. All these individuals appear to be Human, but what distinguishes them are their pointy ears. Leland Chee, on the Star Wars Message Boards, stated that his theory is that "all pointy-eared species are either Sephi or closely related to Sephi."[3]

Fay's pointed ears, physical beauty, and great longevity seem to suggest that her character was inspired by, or created in reference to, the immortal elves in fantasy fiction and games of fantasy popularized by J. R. R. Tolkien.[4] Also, her name seems to be taken from the English word fey, which is related to faerie, a word often associated with the elves of northern European folklore and mythology, from which many fantasy works draw inspirations.[5]

Appearances

  • Star Wars Republic 53: Blast Radius (First appearance) (Appears in flashback(s))

Sources

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Star Wars Republic 53: Blast Radius
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 The Official Star Wars Fact File 128
  3. Tasty Taste on the StarWars.com Message Boards
  4. The Book of Lost Tales ISBN 0395409276
  5. Fey from Reference.com

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