I don't have the foggiest idea about what there saying during the sequence! Could somebody fill me in, please?DMG0204 09:51, January 8, 2010 (UTC)Darkmagiciangirl0204

They're saying their Lovix powers. I think. Dad, I'm a Fairy! Roxy13 12:41, January 8, 2010 (UTC)Roxy13

I think Roxy's power would be something like Polar Tundra.

Her Sophiex power would be Animal Wind/Nature.

{{SUBST:User:Blimey8/Sig}} 23:49, March 29, 2012 (UTC)


Ice is a symbol of love in Winx Club

Considering what we've recently discovered about Icy, what if ice-related witches/fairies take their power from love?

Just as the Dragon Flame represents life, and survivalism, maybe the Dragon Flame represents the "selfish" power, putting yourself above the others and trying to save yourself (Just think to Daphne. To save Bloom, she had to LOSE her powers).

Quite on the contrary, Icy needs MORE power to break her sister's curse but is otherwise able to defend herself and the (few) people she holds dear.

Francis Calos (talk) 06:02, September 17, 2019 (UTC)

Not really? I thought it was explained that Lovix was more of just the "warmth" of love allowing the Winx to survive Aurora's harsh cold and reach her heart. They just happened to get ice-based powers because it'd be the easiest way for them to relate to and reach out to Aurora that way.

As for the whole Icy deal, that wouldn't really work since she'd have to be the most powerful character (next to Bloom) if that were the case. Her relationship with her sisters is also always shown to be more exploitative at times too, as if Darcy and Stormy are more like lackeys. She'd also have to become either significantly weaker in S5 because of how she just ditches her sisters for Tritannus (showing that her love for them isn't as deep as it should be to fuel her love-based powers if "ice = love" was the case), or significantly stronger because of all the love she's getting from Tritannus. (SolanaCorona (talk) 16:37, September 17, 2019 (UTC))

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