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Episode 1 (13): Rain Sound’s Crime and White Snow’s Punishment

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In Fairy gone episode 13, “Rain Sound’s Crime and White Snow’s Punishment,” we learn more about Ray Dawn’s motivations for destroying the Suna village — and for killing his brother, Jurgen, who had raised Marlya Noel from a baby. We also learned more about how Veronica Thorn befriended Marlya, and how the “blessed child” rescued the “cursed child.” So what drove Ray to burn Suna 12 years ago? What drives him even now as he rides in a motorcade and accepts accolades from the people? And what is Veronica planning to do from the balcony where she’s hiding along the motorcade’s route?

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Episode 2 (14): Wheel-Stopping Castle

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In Fairy gone episode 14, “Wheel-Stopping Castle,” Free UnderbarMarlya NoelKlara Kisenaria, and Serge Tova guard the train taking Ray Dawn to Kay-o. Unfortunately, that’s not enough to prevent agents from Arcame from blowing up a train bridge even as Veronica Thorn was chasing the train on a motorcycle. Free and company found an old castle where they intend to guard Raw Dawn until morning. Will Veronica make a move before then? Why is Wolfram Row meeting with Raw Dawn behind the backs of Free and the others from Dorothea? And what will all of them do if Arcame launches an attack in the middle of the night?

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Episode 3 (15): Weeding of Back Streets

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In Fairy gone episode 15, “Weeding of Back Streets,” Free UnderbarMarlya NoelKlara Kisenaria, and Serge Tova returned home from Kay-o. Free was injured, and there seemed to be some tension between him and Marlya. Was he angry that she had deserted him to go after Veronica Thorn? Meanwhile, Dorothea continued to investigate and arrest Arcame agents. They were closing in on one of its big shots with the help of their perennial informant Axel. Was he giving them good information? Or was he playing an angle of his own? And will Free and Marlya ever clear the air?

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Episode 4 (16): Kite Laughing Out Loud

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In Fairy gone episode 16, “Kite Laughing Out Loud,” Marlya Noel continued to struggle with knowing who she should trust — if she should trust anyone. In spite of her doubt, she deployed to an island where customs agents discovered a startling bit of contraband: an apparently legitimate copy of a Black Fairy Tome. Dorothea, however, weren’t the only ones interested in the find. Bitter Sweet hired Patricia Pearl to help her retrieve the package. They arrived to find Veronica Thorne and Damien Carme already there. But those two weren’t actively trying to retrieve the book. They were trying to get away from another party who had arrived to retrieve it. Why were they running? Did one man really take out the entire garrison guarding the book? And how did he get so powerful?

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Episode 5 (17): Balance on Sand

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In Fairy gone episode 17, “Balance on Sand,” Free Underbar and Marlya Noel arrest Damien Carme and take him in for questioning. Between his private conversation with Dorothea Director Nein Auler and Free’s off the record conversation with Bitter Sweet (with Free going so far as to offer her amnesty if she tells him everything she knows about Gui Carlan), Nein realizes she’s sitting on a powder keg. Damien and Bitter’s testimony implicates prominent businessmen and government officials alike. Can she trust Damien? What about Bitter? Should she take this information to the Prime Minister? And what will the consequences be if she’s wrong?

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Episode 6 (18): Dancing Mouse and Broken Horn

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In Fairy gone episode 18, “Dancing Mouse and Broken Horn,” Nein Auler gave the Minster of the Ministry of Fairies a warning that she suspected a traitor was working in his Ministry. His promise to look into it did not seem to completely satisfy the Dorothea Director. Elsewhere, factions converge on Mazria, where Eajey Daven Thor had setup his castle headquarters. Among the factions are Bitter Sweet (with Patricia Pearl reluctantly in tow) and Dorothea — who had most of their agents in the field. But there seemed to be someone else there, too: someone who was killing Eajey’s lookouts. Will Eajey’s remaining lookouts discovery Dorothea as they try to infiltrate the castle? Will Bitter and Patricia encounter them first? And who’s the third faction?

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Episode 7 (19): Sad Voices and Black Book

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In Fairy gone episode 19, “Sad Voices and Black Book,” Marlya Noel left the injured Lily Heineman in Klara Kisenaria’s care and ran after the man who inexplicably had the fairy of her deceased comrade, Oz Mea. Though she tried to be cautious, her enemy ended up behind and ordered the mammoth fairy to attack. It charged her, and her death seemed certain, until something very strange happened. The fairy stopped, reared up, and began running into the walls. Her assailant was as bewildered as she was. Does this mean that Marlya has some kind of unusual power over other fairies? Why does the man seem almost gleeful even though he’s completely lost control of his fairy! Does it have anything to do with the difference between Marlya’s fairy and his?

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Episode 8 (20): Forest of Beginnings

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In Fairy gone episode 20, “Forest of Beginnings,” Free Underbar and Marlya Noel led the raid on the Ministry of Fairies, but they were too late. The Minister and his trusted lieutenants had already escaped. Free, Marlya, and the rest of Dorothea had to rely on good old fashioned detective work to find their next lead. Their path took them to one of the old Suna Guardians, who’s moved to tears when he sees that Marlya is still alive. But what he had to tell them changes everything — including who they can trust. Can Marlya bear what he has to say? Will Free stay by her side? And what is Wolfram Row up to, anyway?

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Episode 9 (21): Rusted Warrior and Unopening Door

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In Fairy gone episode 21, “Rusted Warrior and Unopening Door,” Nein Auler wanted to take Marlya Noel off the case. After all, Marlya is one of the few remaining fairy-possessed, and the Eins Order might be after her for their world-ending ritual. But Marlya offers herself as human bait, with support (and offers of protection) from her entire team, especially Free Underbar. Is that the best idea? Wouldn’t it be better if Marlya were more secluded? While she’s still on the job, she tells Ray Dawn, the newly appointed Prime Minister, that’s she was a survivor of the Suna massacre. He was visibly surprised. Later, he calls her — alone — to a meeting room. Does he intend to reduce the number of survivors by one? Or does he has something else in mind? And why did Wolfram Row spring Axel Laboo out of jail?

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Episode 10 (22): Parade of Demise

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In Fairy gone episode 22,”Parade of Demise,” interim Prime Minister Ray Dawn insisted on holding the late Prime Minister’s funeral, despite the assassin still roaming free — and despite Dorothea’s misgivings. Nein Auler took command of Dawn’s motorcade, with Free Underbar riding motorcycle escort and Marlya Noel sitting in one of the cars. Dorothea’s worst fears came to pass as the Eins Order launched a direct attack on the interim Prime Minister. How can the small number of loyal Dorothea agents, as combat-hardened as they’ve become, stand against such numbers and reckless hatred? And can they evade the Eins order and Veronica Thorn, who’s now armed with a fairy weapon?

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Episode 11 (23): One from an Unending Dream

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In Fairy gone episode 23, “One from an Unending Dream,” the newly awakened divine beast shambled out of its cave and immediately began destroying everything in its path — including the architect of its reanimation, Marco Bellwood. Meanwhile, as they recovered from their battle with Giff MercerMarlya Noel and Veronica Thorn saw the divine beast reawaken. They decided to take it on together. Then they saw the destruction that the best is capable of. Even if they are willing, is there anything they can do? Meanwhile, Nein Auler continued her fight against Beevee Liscar, and while she’s amazingly skilled and strong, so is he. Can she get free to help Marlya? And how about Free Underbar, who’s still locked in mortal combat against Wolfran Row? Free’s record against his old comrade isn’t good. Can he beat the odds this time?

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Episode 12 (24): Freed Sky_Joined Hands

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In Fairy gone episode 24, “Freed Sky_Joined Hands,” Free Underbar and Wolfran Row pressed their attack on Glyph Mercer. The stakes rose even higher when Free and Wolfran discerned Glyph’s true plan: to become king after avoiding the Divine Beast’s rampage. Can the two reunited comrades stop the deluded survivor from the Eins Order? Marlya Noel and Veronica Thorn continued their pursuit of the divine beast. Their fairy weapons offered them some protection, but the closer they get to it, the more potent its attacks became. Can they get near enough to attack before it reaches the palace — and all of the refugees hiding there?

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