Mia is pulled back into the real world before she's had a chance to confront Panthea. She has to go back, but Vincent and Paula worry that she's in danger. However, when they see ominous new images ...
Mia used to read about the land of Centopia in an ancient book of myths. Now, thanks to a high-tech portal designed by her father, she finds herself hurled into this wondrous world of elves, unicorns and pans. But the once idyllic kingdom is embroiled in conflict. The evil Queen Panthea seeks to capture the unicorns and harness their power to keep herself young. The valiant elves, led by noble Prince Mo and daring warrior Yuko, fight to stop her. And thanks to her unique ability to communicate with unicorns, Mia must personally safeguard the golden-horned Onchao. As she bounces between trying to fit in at her new school and her life as an elf, Mia must uncover skills she didn't know she had, in her struggle to prevent this incredible world from being consumed by Panthea's evil power.Written by
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Discount Tinkerbell/ My little Pony combined
It's not horrible. Really. It's just that there are much better shows out there that do the same thing. The Tinkerbell movies do a very good job creating its own lore and characters full of whimsy and wonder. My little pony does this as well. But this simply takes elements from both shows and combines them into a semi-regularly airing show. Do you want fairies? You got it. Do you want unicorns? You got it. Do you want magic and a fantasy world? Done. This show does add something else though. Instead of just taking place in a fantasy land, a non-cg girl travels from the real world to the world of Mia and me when beckoned.
It fills the gap while better shows aren't airing.
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