Skylene Lavenders
Fanart by Este & Nel
Biographical Information
World The Land of Stories
Title(s) Unknown
Also known as The Blue Fairy, Cielène (in the French books)
Physical information
Species Fairy
Gender Female
Age Unknown
Hair colour Sky blue
Eye colour Unknown
Other Traits Very pale
Family information
Family Members Unknown
Affiliation Fairy Council
Land of Stories
First Appearance The Wishing Spell, ch 12
Appeared in Book(s) The Wishing Spell, The Enchantress Returns, A Grimm Warning, Beyond the Kingdoms


Skylene is an original character from The Land of Stories series. She first appears in The Wishing Spell, ch 12.

She lives in the Fairy Kingdom and is a part of the Fairy Council.

 Appearance and Personality

She has a very pale skin. Her hair has the colour of the sky and she wears a dress that is the colour of the sea.[1]


1. The Wishing Spell

The Fairy Council hosts a trial for the fairy Trix and the Fairy Council is about to sentence her, when Conner speaks up on her behalf. He manages to change the fairies' minds and Trix is pardoned.

2. The Enchantress Returns

The Fairy Council is shown as at a complete loss in the face of Ezmia's power. They refuse to give in when Ezmia comes to taunt them, but are unable to stand up to Ezmia's powers and are captured. They are saved by Alex and Conner. At the end of the book, the Fairy Council agree with the Fairy Godmother to close the gateway between the two worlds.

3. A Grimm Warning

Skylene is prsent at Alex' inauguration to the Fairy Council, and she fights alongside the other fairies in the battle against the Grande Armée. When Lieutenant Rembert attacks once again, she and Xanthous take care of it.[2]

 4. Beyond the Kingdoms

The Council accuses Alex of neglecting her Fairy Godmother duties and spending too much time trying to find the Masked Man. They give her an ultimatum, which she refuses, and they "ungodmother" her. When the Masked Man and his army arrives in the Land of Stories, the Fairy Palace is destroyed and the members of the Fairy Council are turned to stone.[3]


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  1. TLOS I, ch 12, p. 270
  2. TLOS III, ch 31, p. 468
  3. TLOS IV, ch 30, p. 416
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