I like his character design and his personality. I need to stop finding character designs from kids shows appealing.
What's on your mind?
I'm pretty sure she's made appearances before being mentioned in Nella in Bowling Land
We need images for See You Gladilater
Nella drops her sword in the magic lake, then dives in to get it transforming her into a mermaid with long flowing green hair with a shade similar to her hair tie, and a shiny silver tail with pink and purple fins, similar to her armor. once she reaches the bottom of the magic lake her sword is nowhere to be seen. then suddenly her skin turns silver and her hands become webbed and she grows additional fins. Once Nella realizes she's turning into a fish by being in the magic lake for too long, she goes on a quest to get the sword back. and back to the surface before she is completely transformed into a fish
I don't know about you, but to me she looks more like an imp than a pixie. Hey, maybe they're the same thing in this universe.
Okay, the image captions are unnecessary, get rid of them
Is this show still running?
I feel like One Two Switcheroo should've ended with them only having enough ingredients to make one Switcheroo smoothies, and give it to Trinket, and have Olivia stay an Ickyguana for the rest of the series. But that's just me.
Could someone PLEASE add Humans to "species" before I end up breaking my computer? Because I don't know what I'm doing.
I've done a runthrough at https://nella.fandom.com/wiki/Nella%27s_boots of the technical names for the components of the chain/plate portions of Nella's armor...
Which really made me think about: why does her amulet magically create all of this armor for her, but leave her without a helmet?
Nella's neck is also incredibly thin to support such a huge head, so I would think neck armor would also make sense, such as an aventail/camail or bevor or gorget or pixane.
Head protection should be super-important with all the jumping/tumbling/falling she does. Perhaps in this universe (where even adults seem to have heads as thick as torsos, while kids have heads double the width of their torso) people have much thicker skulls to protect their brains, so it's not needed?
Another possibility is maybe the magic of the amulet somehow creates an invisible helmet or force field around her head? This would have an advantage since it would not reduce visibility/hearing like actual helmets would...
But if that's the case, I'm not sure there's actually any evidence of it. Does anyone recall any moments in any past episodes that might suggest some kind of invisible head protection?
I have a hunch that this IS in fact Olivia's mom, since she not only has blonde hair, but blue green eyes and a blue green dress as well
One Two Switcheroo! "This is considered to be the worst episode of the show. (Due to Trinket and Olivia turning into icky lizards.)" Really now? That's the reason? The message was it doesn't matter what you look like! Who put that in, a two year old? And honestly, their lizards forms weren't that "icky", in fact they were actually rather cute! Besides, Olivia's transformation was karma for calling Trinket icky. And what other episodes does Olivia turn into an animal? I must know!
How do I add categories to category pages without creating a new one?
I wanna add "unicorns", "ickyguanas" and "humans" to "species" but I don't see an option for that :(
If this wiki has a category for kids, shouldn't it have one for adults as well?
Some of the pages are missing images
Where do I put a character's job title?
9story.com/portfolio/nella-princess-knight affirms TWICE that Nella is eight (at least at some point, whenever this was written) but I'd like to know if anyone knows any sources assigning ages to other characters.
I noticed at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nella_the_Princess_Knight that people have written for example:
*"Sir Blaine (voiced by Kobi Frumer) is a mean and bossy nine year-old knight"
*"Willow (voiced by Maya Tanida) is a shy seven-year-old farmer who has green hair and knows how to cultivate plants."
However whoever added that might have simply LIED. Does anyone recall any references made to Blaine being 1 year older than Nella or Willow being 1 year younger?
We might also look at when major events have passed, in case a repeat can be used to establish a year's passage. Things I recall being in episodes:
Other events of significance would be "Big Birthday Surprise" when Garrett celebrates a birthday, and "The Flutter Blunder" when Clod celebrates a birthday. If we list ages for them we should definitely be listing 2 since they have gone up 1 in the span of the show.