~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~

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~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ welcomes all fairies & elves to her garden and even (daresay) the HOBGOBLINS!!
[Last updated 1911 days ago]
TypeWoodland Fairy
Born OnJune 5th (age: 8 years, 10 months)
Human's Name
Garden~♥~A Merry Magical Meadow Garden~♥~
Garden LevelLevel 42
Wildlife LevelLegendary
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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote2 weeks, 1 day ago

~♥~Its name is a reference to the myth of Ondine, a water nymph who had an unfaithful mortal lover. He swore to her that his "every waking breath would be a testimony of [his] love", and upon witnessing his adultery, she cursed that if he should fall asleep, he would forget to breathe. Eventually, he fell asleep from sheer exhaustion, and his breathing stopped.~♥~

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote2 weeks, 2 days ago

~♥~In traditional Irish Folklore it's commonly believed that any lone hawthorn tree is a portal to the fairy realm. Usually they are on a small hill surrounded by water.~♥~

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote2 weeks, 2 days ago

~♥~Wood Nymph | Half human and half plant, the Dryad, or Wood Nymph, tends to the flora and fauna of the forest with tender loving care. The shy, wild animals trust her completely because they know they can always depend on her for kindness and understanding~♥~.

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote2 weeks, 2 days ago

~♥~The Ghillie Dhu is a guardian of the trees in Scottish mythology. The Ghillie is kind to children, but generally wild and shy. Dark haired, he is particularly fond of birch trees and is most active at night. Ghillies wear clothing made from sewn together leaves and knitted grass and mosses.~♥~

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote2 weeks, 2 days ago

~♥~The banshee ( /ˈbænʃiː/ ban-shee), from the Irish bean sí [bʲæn ˈʃiː] ("woman of the sídhe" or "woman of the fairy mounds") is a feminine spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen of death and a messenger from the Otherworld. In legend, a banshee is a fairy woman who begins to wail if someone is about to die. In Scottish mythology the creature is called the bean sìth or bean-nighe and is seen washing the blood stained clothes or armour of those who are about to die.~♥~


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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote2 weeks, 2 days ago

~♥~Pixies (also Pixy, Pixi, Pizkie, Piskies and Pigsies as they are sometimes known in Cornwall) are mythical creatures of folklore, considered to be particularly concentrated in the high moorland areas around Devon and Cornwall, suggesting some Celtic origin for the belief and name - akin to the Irish sidhe believed to inhabit ancient underground ancestor sites such as stone circles, barrows, quoits or standing stones.~♥~.

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote2 weeks, 2 days ago

~♥~The kobold (occasionally cobold) is a sprite stemming from Germanic mythology and surviving into modern times in German folklore. Although usually invisible, a kobold can materialise in the form of an animal, fire, a human being, and a candle. The most common depictions of kobolds show them as humanlike figures the size of small children. Kobolds who live in human homes wear the clothing of peasants.~♥~

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote2 weeks, 2 days ago

~♥~Mermaids are mythical and legendary sea-dwelling creatures of European & Asian folklore, resembling a woman, with a human torso, but having a fishtail or tails instead of legs. Mermen are also heard of, but have a secondary role in the lore of the sea. Other similar water spirits include nymphs, dryads, oceanids, hamadryads, naiads, nerieds, oreads, and undines~♥~.

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote2 weeks, 2 days ago

~♥~Fairies: Bluebells are strongly associated with fairies, as it is said that the fairies ring these tiny bells to summon their people to the fairy convention. The fairies were rather protective of their bells, and would cast spells on anyone who damaged or picked bluebells, which would explain why it was considered unlucky to walk through a field of bluebells. What better way to damage them and call down the fairies mischievous spells on your head?~♥~

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 and ~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ wrote2 weeks, 2 days ago

~♥~The name leprechaun may have derived from the Irish leath bhrogan (shoemaker), although its origins may lie in luacharma'n (Irish for pygmy). These apparently aged, diminutive men are frequently to be found in an intoxicated state, caused by home-brew poteen. However they never become so drunk that the hand which holds the hammer becomes unsteady and their shoemaker's work affected. Leprechauns have also become self-appointed guardians of ancient treasure.~♥~.


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Quests Completed
~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ is Quest Level I, and has completed these Quests:
Level I Quests
(1 of 19 Quests Completed)
Mouse Hunter
Best spotting time:
1 day, 23 hours
Nice Weather For Ducks
Not yet completed
The Tortoise And The Hare
Not yet completed
Bunny Business
Not yet completed
Watch The Birdie
Not yet completed
Here Be Dragons
Not yet completed
Reach For The Stars
Not yet completed
Wrigglies
Not yet completed
Somewhere Over The Rainbow
Not yet completed
One For Sorrow, Two For Joy
Not yet completed
The Ugly Bug Ball
Not yet completed
Random Assortment
Not yet completed
Seasonal Quests
Think Pink
Not yet completed
Spooky Sprinkling
Not yet completed
Winter Wonderland
Not yet completed
Be My Valentine
Not yet completed
Do You Have The Eggs Factor?
Not yet completed
Luck Of The Irish
Not yet completed
Fun In The Sun
Not yet completed


Total Earnings: 12 Scrolls

Wildlife Spotted  
~♥~Rosey Posey~♥~ has spotted 375 of 482 possible wildlife in other Gardens:
Extinct
(3 of 8 Spotted)


Topiary
(16 of 21 Spotted)


Bottom Dwellers
(0 of 7 Spotted)


Frog Breeding
(3 of 4 Spotted)


Pondweed Combos
(1 of 7 Spotted)


Fishy Namesakes
(4 of 7 Spotted)


A Rainbow Of Fish
(9 of 14 Spotted)


Pond Mythological
(6 of 7 Spotted)


Pond & Garden
(5 of 8 Spotted)


Mermaid
(1 of 1 Spotted)


Snow White
(4 of 10 Spotted)


Three Billy Goats Gruff
(4 of 5 Spotted)


Jack And The Beanstalk
(5 of 5 Spotted)


The Ugly Duckling
(3 of 4 Spotted)


The Frog Prince
(3 of 3 Spotted)


The Three Bears
(5 of 5 Spotted)


The Three Little Pigs
(5 of 5 Spotted)


Baby Chicks
(6 of 17 Spotted)


Mystical Butterflies
(12 of 15 Spotted)


Albino & Melanistic
(15 of 15 Spotted)


Hummingbirds
(6 of 7 Spotted)


Zodiac
(12 of 12 Spotted)


Endangered
(7 of 7 Spotted)


Rainforest
(7 of 7 Spotted)


Baby Wildlife
(46 of 72 Spotted)


Mythological
(13 of 13 Spotted)


Seasonal
(75 of 91 Spotted)


Levels 11+
(43 of 45 Spotted)


Levels 1-10
(38 of 38 Spotted)


Misc
(14 of 18 Spotted)


Common Wildlife
(4 of 4 Spotted)












































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