“A generic name for the different types of fairies all over the world. Extremely curious and optimistic, they live a carefree life. They love being mischievous and playing pranks to the point of venturing into human villages to play tricks on them.
They’re very curious about males, and love to play with a man’s genitals. The act of ejaculation is especially amusing to them, so they are known to use various plants and their own tiny bodies to force men to climax for their amusement. They will drink the semen to quench their thirst, but the majority of their nutrition comes from the various nectar and honey found in flowers.
It’s said that many men can’t even see fairies, let alone hear them. Devout believers in Ilias are said to be included among those who cannot see fairies. Due to that, fairies are assumed to only be seen by those with weak faith.”
- Attack - One Foe, Normal Attack
- Kamaitachi - One Foe, Auto-Hit, Wind Attribute
- Landslide - One Foe, Auto-Hit, Earth Attribute
- Flash Flood - One Foe, Auto-Hit, Water Attribute
- Fairy Pranks - One Foe (Luka), Pleasure Attribute, Horny 50%,
- Succubus Flower - One Foe (Luka), Pleasure Attribute
Like any other fairy, she has high Evasion rate and low HP and Defence. Her most dangerous attacks are Auto-Hits with natural elements. In addition, she has agility and will generally attack first.
Sheesh, what kind of Hero gets beaten by a fairy. ...Truthfully speaking, that's rather pathetic. The Fairy has high magic power and uses Earth, Water and Wind elemental skills. Party members weak to these elements will suffer heavy damage. Despite all this, her HP and defense are very low. The problem is she has high evasion but she shouldn't be hard to defeat. Aside from Silence, status ailments almost never work. One alone is no problem but you should use Silence if there's more than one. Now go, oh brave Luka. Crush those pesky Fairies.
- When successfully milking a Fairy, you appear to receive "Sluggy Stars Milk". In your inventory, the item is properly displayed as "Fairy Milk".