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Anon3610 (talk) - “The energy of Earth is in you. Use it properly.”
I know that Nabu's death was unavoidable, needed for Aisha's character develpment, an important story arc, etc. etc., but are you telling me not one Winx thought to use their Believix healing spells? I know it's trivial and the way the story and characters were written, but frustrating nonetheless.

Yeah yeah, lots of people complained about that. More specifically, why Bloom didn't think of doing anything because of her healing powers that she just happened to unlock in S2. Even if they weren't even acknowledged in S3, they make a bit of a comeback (sort of) in Bloom's Believix power, Strength of Life, which has healed people before this point in the story. (SolanaCorona (talk) 22:50, September 1, 2017 (UTC))


20091022223829!Roxy 1
Anon3610 (talk) - “The energy of Earth is in you. Use it properly.”
Yeah, I saw that argument online as well. Sorry, I don't meant to dredge this up again, as I know that this topic has been beaten to Oblivion for years, but I just made that connection while rewatching the scene.

No, it's fine. People have a right to be mad or, at the very least, disappointed or annoyed with Nabu's death. Personally, I'm glad that it was treated with the severity and tact that a major character death needed. (SolanaCorona (talk) 23:18, September 1, 2017 (UTC))


20091022223829!Roxy 1
Anon3610 (talk) - “The energy of Earth is in you. Use it properly.”
Agreed. It goes down as one of the saddest moments, but I personally remember it for being one of the most dramatic, and the climax of S4's newly introduced "maturity". Winx Club was never known for "anime deaths", but it was handled with just as much respect.

I mean, even though we've seen on-screen deaths, they're usually for major villains like Valtor and Darkar. Then there was the issue of Sky just being resurrected right out of left field after Icy supposedly landed a fatal shot on him because the Dragon's Flame could conveniently revive people. Even if it makes sense with the Dragon's Flame being the very source of all known magical life, that was way too convenient for my taste (then we get a similar scene of Sky taking a heavy hit from Icy AND falling from an extremely high point, yet he walks away with amnesia while Helia's the one who almost dies). I can agree with Nabu's death being necessary for Aisha to grow since many complaints towards her in S4 was that she got "too girly" with her fawning over Nabu almost all the time. She started to become too reliant on him. As natural as it is for someone like Aisha, it could've hindered her character down the road. But couldn't that be said for the rest of the Winx? I know this isn't unanimous but I've seen many people express their beliefs that Sky is holding Bloom back from her true potential whatever that may be. (SolanaCorona (talk) 23:34, September 1, 2017 (UTC))


20091022223829!Roxy 1
Anon3610 (talk) - “The energy of Earth is in you. Use it properly.”
Injury in Winx Club likes to change its stance on physics. For instance, that huge blast of energy from the Water Stars only weakened Valtor, yet a standard attack spell rendered Helia unconscious. Any huge sum of energy from Bloom in particular should in theory be enough to destroy its target and its surrounding area, but they mainly just hit their target. And fire-based attacks never really burn in the series...they just hit someone. Yet, Stella's Universe of Light nearly blinded Gantlos, and her Double Eclipse gave Flora a hard time seeing...because light hurts, yet fire rarely burns in the series. To me, this is why it's hard to compare and fully judge these types of situations, because even when something like physics is finite, it gets changed later on depending on which way they want the story to go.

With Aisha, she let her guard down a bit but she deserved it after growing up secluded and being alone for so long. I recognized that sweeter, gentler side to her, and I didn't really have much against it. They were meant for each other in my eyes, and he helped to open her up in a sense. Once a girl who rejected conversation with him when he was a stranger became so cheerful because someone showed her that arranged marriages don't always end in sorrow. With that being said, his death was a tremendous development for her because of how significant he was to her.

About Bloom and Sky, I don't know. All I can say is she's had a lot less of the completely awesome displays of power over the years, and she seems hindered at a lot of points. But, the relationships never seem to evolve to me anymore, so I can't say that Sky has more effect on her now than he did in S4. It all became grey to me. The Winx just run to them, say their "hellos", and talk about what's going on. I bet you pictured several different scenes from several different seasons when this happened because clichés. :P

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