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Sky is the King of Eraklyon, formerly the crown prince and apparent heir to the throne. His mother is Samara, who is the Queen of Eraklyon until Bloom marries into his family and his father is Erendor, King of Eraklyon, who had voluntarily abdicated and given the throne to Sky. He is also a member of the Specialists, recognized to be their leader by Season 6, and is Thoren's cousin.
- Main article: List of Sky's Outfits
In Season 1, his normal outfit is a pair of blue jeans, blue sneakers, and a blue t-shirt with green sleeves.
During Season 2, he wears the same outfit as the one in the previous season, however, in Season 3, he changes to a red shirt under a periwinkle jacket, a pair of blue jeans with yellow rings on the knees, and a different pair of blue sneakers.
After the episode Love & Pet, he alternates between three main outfits; his Red Fountain uniform; a yellow and navy blue hoodie over a long-sleeved blue shirt and a pair of white pants; and finally dark blue high tops, and a pair of slip on blue sneakers with a light blue button down, and brown shorts, which he wears as a civilian while in Gardenia.
Sky's uniforms consists of a tight bodysuit, a cape and a blue gem.
As of Season 8, his uniform is much more high-tech. He wears a skin tight blue bodysuit with light-gray thin inner-lines that mark the suit. His entire jaw, chin and ears are encased in the same material as his bodysuit which is connect to the neck. Thicker, slightly transparent metal plates on his forearms, hips, smaller pieces centered on the side of his thighs and wrap around the area above his ankle. He wears silver gloves and on back of his hands are yellow, round gems. From the center of his chest is a round, yellow gem which is held in place by four thick, slightly transparent metal plates. These metal plates then wrap around to his back which is connect to an oval, silver jet pack that houses Sky's weapon of choice and transparent mechanical wings that allow flight, hyper-thrust, -frost and -charge. These hyper modes are activated by pressing the yellow gem, which flashes and beeps to signify the activation. The gem is also the source of all the suit's functions and must be repaired if damaged. His feet also has thick white soles.
As showcased by Nex, this new suit has an underwater mode. The overall appearance of the suit remains unchanged. However, the transparent metals on his forearms change to fins, gloves become webbed, back of the calves have smaller fins, and the area between his feet and sole extend into flippers. The encasement of the jaw, chin and ears sport a breathing apparatus which covers the entire face. The thin inner-linings glow a bright color as do the fins, flippers and webbed gloves. All aide in smoother, faster movement and visual acuity in the water.
In Season 6, the uniform is colored in shades of blue, it has a cape and many layers on the shoulders, chest, forearms and legs. The shoulder pads are more pronounced and in the center of the chest contains a blue diamond colored gem.
Sky has a strong sense of duty that sometimes puts him at odds with Bloom or Riven. Despite this, he is generally seen as likable to his peers as they show no problems with having Sky to lead them, with the exception of Riven in Season 6. He is kind towards others and seems to have no problem making friends. He is also quick to spring into action whenever someone needs help which can be seen during the second season, where Sky rushes to free Aisha from acid spit while Bloom could not do anything. Sky also has a strong loyalty towards his kingdom, Eraklyon, even if he does often butt heads with his father. Even though he does not enjoy having to endure royal training, Sky knows that he must go through with it all in order to become a proper king to his people when the time comes.
Sky has a tendency to become jealous, overprotective, and even possessive of Bloom whenever he believes that their relationship is threatened in any way. In Season 4, after learning of Bloom's previous relationship with Andy, Sky becomes somewhat paranoid of the musician and is easily set off whenever he sees Bloom and Andy together. He was genuinely irked by how close they were, though, it could be possible that it was because he was inexperienced with non-royal or Earth mannerisms. In Season 7, Sky even fights with Bloom's bonded fairy animal, Elas, though, it was mainly due to Elas trying to cut into their alone time. Ironically, Sky has also been shown trying to keep his past relationships in the past (namely with Diaspro), but his jealousy can cause him to question Bloom's loyalty to him whenever he feels as if their relationship is in jeopardy.
As a child, Sky went to the same school as his cousin, Thoren, on Eraklyon. One day they were attacked by monkey-soldiers and scared, his cousin left him to fight alone. According to Sky, he barely survived that fight. Since this day he has held hatred for him until Daphne's coronation as the crown princess of Domino in Season 6.
Sometime before the events of the first season, he switched places and identities with his squire, Brandon, to diverge all threats on his life from Yoshinoya to someone else. And at an unknown time, he and Diaspro were arranged to be married, though it is highly probable that it was solely for political reasons. While Sky remained respectful to his future spouse, he did not return her feelings. He would later enroll into Red Fountain, becoming part of a team, though they were okay with one another, there were many arguments that ensued. He is also well acquainted with Stella before the latter was expelled from school. He and his team would later be called for help by Stella to assist her with a hunting troll problem at her new friend's home on Earth.
At the beginning of the first season, Sky goes under the alias Brandon and gets close to Bloom quickly. In Secrets Within Secrets, it is revealed that he is the real prince and engaged to Diaspro, breaking Bloom's heart. After Bloom and the Winx go to Domino in search of the Dragon's Flame, Sky leads the rest of the Specialists (minus Riven) in rescuing the girls. After leaving, he dates with Bloom.
After returning to Alfea, Sky goes with Bloom, Brandon, Stella and Knut to infiltrate Cloud Tower. After leaving Cloud Tower with Bloom in a separate way to draw the Army of Darkness away from the escape portal, they both end up crashing in the forest. After traveling through the night, he separates with Bloom and ends up in Magix City. After having a rough time with a monster of Decay, he is rescued by Bloom and they return to Alfea. After the final fight, Sky and Bloom imagine they are kissing each other.
Sky and Bloom continue to hang out with each other. After hearing a rumor about him and Diaspro, Sky assured Bloom that there was nothing going on between them. During the Pixies rescue mission, Sky became flustered with Aisha, which caused Bloom to become jealous, though Aisha's actions towards Sky were more out of respect than passion. He also displayed annoyance over how Bloom kept gushing on about Professor Avalon (who was a fake at the time).
In "The Crypt of the Codex", he was killed by Icy, but was then saved by Bloom's healing powers, and Bloom accepted him as her boyfriend. Sky also managed to later introduce Bloom to his parents, who were wary of her at first. Even though Sky no longer had any romantic feelings for Diaspro, he wanted to save her from Yoshinoya's clutches, not wanting her to get hurt because of him.
When Lord Darkar turned Bloom into Dark Bloom, Sky was determined to save her. Even when everyone got paralyzed by a heavy gravity spell, Sky's determination did not waver as he managed to actually stand up and walk towards Dark Bloom despite the heavy gravity he was under. He pleads with Dark Bloom to wake up and return back to the girl he loves dearly. His confession finally brought Bloom back to herself in which they then defeated Darkar. During the celebration party at Alfea, Sky goes to search for Bloom where they are happy that the ordeal was finally over then share a kiss, which Lockette gushed over. Afterward, Sky and Bloom comically mess up the photo sessions in the end.
Sky's relationship with Bloom seems to be going perfectly. He was planning to make his relationship with her public on Eraklyon, but before he could, he gets slipped a mind control substance from Diaspro provided by Valtor. He had become under Diaspro's control, branded with Valtor's Mark, and makes him publicly say his relationship is now with her instead of Bloom. To hurt Bloom further, Diaspro then makes Sky attack the Winx on an accusation that they are in league with Valtor. When Bloom and the others tried to infiltrate Sky's castle to find out what is happening, they discover the truth about his ailment once finding Valtor's Mark on his shoulder. Fortunately, Stella used her healing power to revert him back to normal. A few episodes later, Sky meets up with Bloom at Alfea after she found out her friends were all in the Omega Dimension. They reconcile and Sky revealed that Diaspro had been banished for what she did at Eraklyon. They then go together to rescue everyone else in the Omega Dimension. In the final episode, Sky, along with Brandon, Riven, and Timmy get held for ransom by Valtor while a fire monster impersonating Sky created by Valtor using the spell of the elements attacks Bloom. Sky tended to Bloom's body when her soul left to fight within Valtor. Once Valtor was destroyed, Sky was elated to see Bloom's body and soul reunited again.
Sky and the other Specialists arrive on Earth to help the Winx find the last fairy on Earth and defeat the Wizards of the Black Circle. In order to set up a base of operations, he sold the Seal of Eraklyon to get some startup cash. He was shocked to find out that Bloom used to have a boyfriend named Andy, on Earth before the beginning of the series. He and Bloom had an argument after the Black Circle retreated, but later reconciled after stopping some out of control pets. They had another argument about Andy courtesy of Mitzi's meddling but later reconciled after Bloom got her Believix. During the season, he and the other Specialists, receive jobs working for Roxy's father, Klaus, at the Frutti Music Bar.
Sky changes his hairstyle and is presented as the Crown Prince of Eraklyon again instead of as King, and he intends to give the Pendant of Eraklyon to Bloom but loses it after saving humans from an oil rig explosion. In Return to Alfea, he shows up at Alfea after the rest of Specialists, but a moment later he is reminded of his loss and leaves the area. Later in the episode, he joins the fight with the Trix and sacrifices himself before Icy hits Bloom.
That causes him to fall from high and ultimately gets amnesia. However, when Princess Krystal tries to heal him, she states that there is something, that he does not want to remember, which blocks her efforts. While Sky cannot remember anything, Bloom is doing her best to save her love.
In "The Power of Harmonix", Bloom, Musa and Tecna were fighting the Trix. Sky fights against the minions, but he does not remember how to use a sword. Bloom saved Sky and caused her to fall. The Trix attempts to hit Bloom with their spells, Sky protects Bloom, however, Bloom protected Sky instead.
In "The Secret of the Ruby Reef", Sky does not remember how to dance, then he looked at Kiko, and Kiko shows him the moves to which Sky follows. But when Kiko stumbles, Sky and Bloom also fall. Bloom also brought Sky near the Lake they find the pieces of the Destiny Shell, and they formed the shell into a heart. Sky later goes to Domino for his courage ceremony where he fights off the Trix with Oritel and Marion. Later, Flora gives him the Pendant of Eraklyon which brings back his memory as he gives it to Bloom and tells her that the Trix have Daphne and forced her to tell the secrets of Sirenix. But the only time when Bloom tried to help Sky was the time when Krystal interrupted them. So Bloom got away and it was a chance for Diaspro to talk with Sky.
In the movie, Sky helps Bloom to find her parents and discover her real identity. He had fallen under suspicion by Bloom when a young lady calls him away to Eraklyon for something. Sky tries to explain what that something was, but Bloom tells him to wait until their current mission was over to tell her because she thought knowing now would cause her to be distracted. In the climax, Sky uses Oritel's sword to help defeat the Ancestral Witches, following the prophecy that only a "crownless king" could pull out the sword and survive. It was then revealed that the something Sky was called away for was to attend his coronation as the new King of Eraklyon, thus allowing him to fulfill the requirement of being a "crownless king" in the prophecy. During the celebration ball later, Sky asks Bloom to be his princess and she accepts.
Sky asks Bloom to marry him and Bloom is very happy. He announces the news to his father, Erendor, but his father does not allow Sky to marry Bloom so Sky was forced to cut off the engagement.
When Oritel is looking for another prince who will marry Bloom, Sky comes in disguise and tries to explain to Bloom why he could not marry her. Oritel realizes it is Sky in disguise and bans him from the castle.
Sky and his team of Specialists were called in by Stella to help her with a hunting troll situation on Earth; thankfully they arrived just in time but they have some troubles of their own. When Riven secured the hunting troll with his whip, the troll retaliated by tossing him. The hunting troll then starts attacking Sky by bashing on his shield until Brandon creates a crack in the ground forcing the troll to fall into it.
Eventually, they were able to deal with Knut, his ghouls and hunting troll. After Knut and his ghouls escape, Sky and his friends are introduced to Bloom. And in Stella's introduction, Sky is introduced by his real title, Prince Sky. The troll that Brandon trapped underground emerges from it and is then secured by Timmy with a high-tech collar. The Specialists then say their goodbyes as they teleport back to Red Fountain.
Sky and his friends are then invited to party at Alfea by the Winx fairies; the party however, starts after they had finished cleaning the school. During the party, Sky smugly inquires Riven about Musa being cute when he sees him looking at her as she dances near him. Their fun comes to an end when the school starts to shake unnaturally. They hear a commotion, and looking out from the balcony, they see a large piece of furniture toss out of a window. So Riven calls over their wind riders, they jump onto them and enter near the area where the furniture was tossed.
Sky and his friends observe their surroundings; everything is torn up and severely damaged. When Tecna says a large creature did all of this, Sky finds Riven's sarcastic remark amusing. When Tecna irritably gives them a more detailed description, another earth-shaking disturbance occurs again, leading Sky and the Specialists to follow that sound; the Winx and Specialists split up. In a rummaged classroom, he and Brandon notice a large hole and the ceiling and they proceed to follow the damages. They arrive to see that the monster, the Whip, is about the attack on the girls. Sky suggests attacking the Whip together but Riven stubbornly refuses only to be swiftly punched through the window by the Whip.
Unfortunately, Sky's plan also failed and the Whip overwhelms the Specialists. Thankfully, the Winx came up with a plan and defeats it. While it lays unconscious, Sky and his friends look at the monster and wonder where it came from. Stella suspects the Trix, and so Bloom suggests using Faragonda's crystal ball that is in her office to see what is happening. They all then proceed to her office, but before they could find who broke into the school, Riven senses their culprits' presence and so they all hide. Once the |Trix enter the room themselves, Sky and his friends surprise them and corner them. When both sides question each others' presence here, Faragonda returns and questions all of them, though in good humor.
With the Whip in the Specialists custody, the Winx and Specialists say their goodbye. Sky and Bloom share a sweet moment as Sky tells Bloom he enjoyed himself. He and his friends then return to Red Fountain.
Sky and Bloom are hanging out in Magix City. He tells Bloom about his day with dragon riding (in which he fell) when he notices Bloom is not responding. He asks what is wrong, Bloom tells him about her astral journey and what Faragonda said to her; she has so many questions and wants to find out more about Daphne and their relation. She wants to use the Magic Archives at Cloud Tower, and Sky agrees to help her get in.
Sky consults Timmy about the archives and what to look for. Timmy tells him that there is a book in which it will answer all their questions if asked. Sky is happy to find such an easy solution. Sky also appreciates Brandon's concern for his well being as breaking into [Cloud Tower is dangerous; Sky however remains firm on his decision to help Bloom. Timmy then proceeds to go over how to find the book, though they are all unaware that Riven was eavesdropping on them. Once nightfall approaches, Sky and Bloom head to Cloud Tower and find the book. Bloom sees what the book tells her, and when Bloom looks at him in distraught, Sky concerning inquires what she had learned and when she informs him that she is actually a witch, he is speechless and steps back in shock. When Bloom questions if her being a witch is that much of a difference, he remains silent but his expression confirms how he feels about it which hurts Bloom. Sky then offers to take her home to Alfea but Bloom refuses and tells him to go.
The next day, he is busy training at Red Fountain for the upcoming exhibition and does not have his phone on him when Bloom tries to call him. Once he is done training, he returns to his room and answers the phone. This is where Sky is informed by Bloom that she is not really a witch and it was a trick done by the Trix. He is relieved and when Bloom asks if they could meet up at the exhibition to talk about it, he looks at the picture of a girl on his desk. He then frantically informs Bloom that it is for VIPs only and that he has to go, quickly ending the call.
Now in a complicated situation, he asks Timmy for advice as to what to do with his love life. He tells Timmy he loves Bloom and not the girl he is arranged to marry, Princess Diaspro. Timmy gives it to him straight - tell Diaspro that he loves Bloom.
And before the exhibition begins, he finds Diaspro and wants to tell her the truth. The latter proceeds to drag him into another more private room. Sky tells Diaspro he loves someone else and when she tries to sway him back to her, he remains firm. Sky is also unaware that Bloom had snuck into Red Fountain to speak to him, but saw him with Diaspro and ends up eavesdropping on their conversation, hearing only the part where Diaspro calls him "her boyfriend".
He is then preoccupied with the exhibition, riding on his wind rider he ends up getting thrown off his rider by Riven who purposefully drove between him and Brandon. Just as he and Brandon were gonna teach him a lesson, Timmy brings them back to reality as they have to perform the dragon show. During the dragon performance, when Riven pridefully asks if there were no hard feelings for that incident earlier, Sky gets his own payback by throwing his boomerang at him which satisfies him. That invokes Riven to psychically make his dragon attack Sky's. They then put the dragons against each other and thankfully Codatorta intercepts and ends it.
However, Sky and everyone notices a crack beginning to form below the stadium. He then sees Bloom and Diaspro fighting with Bloom winning and Diaspro sent plummeting to the ground. Sky rushes over to them and calls out Diaspro's name. Diaspro then runs to him, seeking comfort from the ordeal she had just went through. Sky does not embrace her however and Diaspro then tells Bloom that Sky is her betrothed.
Sky quickly shoves Diaspro aside and tries to explain himself to Bloom but sees that Bloom is extremely upset and there is nothing he could say to comfort her.
Sky felt terrible about not telling Bloom about Diaspro and having her find out the hard way, and he tried to call her to set things right but was blocked by Stella. He joins the other specialists at the battle of Red Fountain and evacuates with the others as the school falls. He joins Bloom in a meeting with the faculty about trying to get her powers back. He accompanies Bloom, Stella, Brandon and the reformed Knut to Cloud Tower along with Riven, who he apologizes to.
He and Bloom escape from Cloud Tower on a Wind Rider bike, but become caught in the defense system and crash in the woods. They survive, but the bike was in no condition to take them anywhere. Sky headed to Magix while Bloom headed to Lake Roccaluce, and got in a fight with three creatures of Decay. Luckily Bloom, with her powers restored, was able to save him and get him back to Alfea in time for the final battle.
Sky celebrated the fact that the Trix were gone. Later in the series, he was jealous because Bloom was hanging out with her new teacher, Professor Avalon, who (unknown to either of them) was really Lord Darkar (The Shadow Phoenix). When Bloom became Dark Bloom, Sky talked to her about how much he cared for her. These words allowed Bloom to break free of Darkar's control and she and Sky became a couple once again.