Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast

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Fawn is not the typical fairy in Pixie Hollow, each fairy has an individual duty and Fawn’s profession is an “Animal Fairy”.  That means she’s responsible for the research and study of animals, she is the go-to expert for any of the forest’s cuddly species.  But the thing is, Fawn doesn’t just love the “cuddly” animals, she has a habit of befriending and fostering even the most dangerous kinds.

Baby hawks and snakes are only a few of the “predatory” creatures Fawn has brought upon the community, but her latest find is the most unique and unseen yet…

Tinkerbell and the Legend of the Neverbeast

A big monstrous hairy creature, who Fawn affectionately names Gruff.  Intrigued by Gruff’s focused dedication to creating some peculiar tall towers, Fawn studies him intently and begins to win over his trust.

But when the local warrior fairy, Nyx catches sight of Gruff, she believes the creature is out to do more harm than good to Pixie Hollow and makes it her mission to take him down.

Can Fawn make the other fairies see what she sees in Gruff before it’s too late?

 

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