|Release date||27 February 2006 (Update)|
|Quest NPC?||Fairy Tale quest series|
|Location|| Zanaris throne room, |
Fairy Resistance Hideout
|Examine|| • Looks otherworldly...|
• It doesn't look like she's breathing!
• She looks almost lifeless.
• Looks otherworldly.
|Notable features||Queen of the fairies|
In the sequel to Fairytale Part 1, Fairytale II - Cure a Queen, players do more research to find out how to cure the Queen. She is still sick and unable to move, so players do some snooping around Zanaris and find some glyphs on the back of a certificate. With the help of inscriptions on the mysterious ruins of the cosmic altar, players decipher the code and learn how to gain access to the Queen's quarters. Players must then create a potion to cure her. After all this is done, they gain the ability to use the fairy rings and have their own pair of magic secateurs.
While the Fairy Queen is sick, you cannot talk to her. Only before and after both quests can you speak to her.
During Fairytale III - Battle at Orks Rift, she plays a major role in leading the Fairy Resistance against the Fairy Godfather, and after the quest can be found in her throne room in Zanaris once more.
- The Fairy Queen is the only fairy with four wings.
Rulers and Monarchs
Queen Ellamaria Remanis • King Roald Remanis III (current king of Varrock) • Tarquin Marjoribanks • King Claudius • King Botolph Remanis • King Roald Remanis I • King Roald Remanis II • The Five Princes of Misthalin
|Miscellania and Etceteria|
|Ape Atoll and Karamja|
|Land of Snow|
King Alvis • King Veldaban • Hreidmar • King rat • Sea Troll Queen • Queen Black Dragon • King Black Dragon • Spider Queen • The Pescallion • Walrus • Pest Queen • Queen of Sunrise • Fairy Queen • Penance Queen • Frog Prince • Frog princess • Flora • King Arthur • The Queen