The Grape Fairie

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[[Image:Grape_Farie_with_bee.png|thumb|left|Riding a bee]]
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[[Image:Newgrapefaerie.png|thumb|220px|Grape fairie]]
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[[Image:Newgrapefaerie.png|thumb|right|Ten years later]]
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'''The Grape Fairie''' is a character within the Homestar Runner [[storybook world]]. The Grape Fairie is aptly named due to the fact that, in his first appearance, he bestowed 20 grapes upon a group of participants in an endurance contest while riding the [[The Fat Bee|Fat Bee]].
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'''The Grape Fairie''' is a character within the Homestar Runner [[storybook world]]. The Grape Fairie is aptly named due to the fact that, in his first appearance, he bestowed twenty grapes upon a group of participants in [[Strongest Man in the World Contest|an endurance contest]] while riding [[the Fat Bee]].
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He wears a white miniskirt and a crown. His body is a grape and he carries a wand with a grape attached to it. Despite his appearance, the Grape Fairie is apparently male, as revealed in [[Strongest Man in the World]], in which he speaks with a very gruff Bronx accent and sports a five-o'-clock shadow when his mouth is visible. (When his mouth disappears after he is finished speaking, the stubble goes with it.)
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The Grape Fairie's body is round and purple like a grape, with a long black neck ending in a spherical white head. He wields a wand with a grape on the tip, and wears a yellow crown and white miniskirt. He speaks with a very gruff Bronx accent and sports a five-o'-clock shadow when his mouth is visible, as revealed in [[Strongest Man in the World]]. After he finishes speaking, his mouth disappears and the stubble goes with it.
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The Grape Fairie's aunt was apparently given the [[Golbol]] by [[Wikipedia:Mookie Wilson|Mookie Wilson]] in 1974.  
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The Grape Fairie's aunt was apparently given the [[Golbol]] by [[Wikipedia:Mookie Wilson|Mookie Wilson]] in [[1974]].
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==Filmography==
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*'''Debut:''' [[Original Book]]
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==Appearances==
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*[[:Category:The Grape Fairie Filmography|Complete Filmography]]
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*'''Debut:''' "[[Original Book]]"
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*Email [[kids' book]] ([[Strumstar Hammer|Easter egg]])
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==Character Evolution==
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*[[Strongest Man in the World]]
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| [[Image:Grape_Farie_with_bee.png|200px]] || Original design || 1996 || [[Original Book]]; ''[[Strumstar Hammer]] ([[kids' book]] Easter egg); '' ''[[Homestar Runner Goes For the Gold]]''|| N/A
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|[[Image:GrapeFairieCloseup.PNG|200px]] || The current design || 2006 || [[Strongest Man in the World]] || His eyes are thicker; his grape body is darker, more defined, and more shiny; and he has gained stubble. His outline is no longer black.
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[[Category:Storybook Characters|Grape Fairie, The]]
[[Category:Storybook Characters|Grape Fairie, The]]

Current revision as of 05:48, 30 June 2017

Grape fairie

The Grape Fairie is a character within the Homestar Runner storybook world. The Grape Fairie is aptly named due to the fact that, in his first appearance, he bestowed twenty grapes upon a group of participants in an endurance contest while riding the Fat Bee.

The Grape Fairie's body is round and purple like a grape, with a long black neck ending in a spherical white head. He wields a wand with a grape on the tip, and wears a yellow crown and white miniskirt. He speaks with a very gruff Bronx accent and sports a five-o'-clock shadow when his mouth is visible, as revealed in Strongest Man in the World. After he finishes speaking, his mouth disappears and the stubble goes with it.

The Grape Fairie's aunt was apparently given the Golbol by Mookie Wilson in 1974.

[edit] Filmography

[edit] Character Evolution

Image Info Created Appearances What's Changed?
Original design 1996 Original Book; Strumstar Hammer (kids' book Easter egg); Homestar Runner Goes For the Gold N/A
The current design 2006 Strongest Man in the World His eyes are thicker; his grape body is darker, more defined, and more shiny; and he has gained stubble. His outline is no longer black.
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