|Story of the Little Fairy|
|English||Story of the Little Fairy|
|Japanese Air Date||June 30, 2016|
|Insert Song||Exciting Glitter☆|
|← The Fluttering Girlfriend♪||Mahiru's Battle! →|
Story of the Little Fairy (リトルフェアリーの物語) is the thirteenth episode of the Aikatsu Stars! Anime Series. It aired on June 30, 2016.
At least once a year Four Star Academy holds a festival called "Four Star Film Festival", in which this year, an original movie starring Yume and the others called "Little Fairy Story" will be shown. Using a lottery system, Yume is selected for the leading role. The shooting of the film has somehow finally came to an end and the day for the festival has finally arrived. What is the final product for this kind of movie--!?
Yume narrates to explain that with the upcoming Four Star Film Festival, everyone got a chance to appear in a movie the school was making. A lottery was held and somehow she got the lead role. The members of S4 and M4 also got roles to partake in it. Yume is so excited to see how it turned out, and everyone shows up to see the advance airing. Anna introduces the event on stage, revealing the title and how it is a story blended up with several fairy tales. She also introduces the well-known director, Jirou, and together they start the program.
This tale takes place from long ago. Within the large garden lived a tiny, little fairy girl. She would search for Hime, her her fairy sister, while dealing with the various obstacles that came her way- due to being so tiny. She searched and searched, but could not find Hime. Curious, she attempted to get into a humans house, thinking she may have gone in there. Along the way she enjoyed the many things he house had to offer; such as several candies and sweets, comfy pillows, but suddenly the human who owned the house, Yuzu, shows up. She sits down her plate of pancakes, but realizing she forgot her tea, she runs off to make some. In this time, Yume, the little fairy enjoys the various items on the plate and plays with them. As this was going on, she suddenly gains her wings, and the narrator of the film explains that whenever a fairy is so happy, her wings will grow.
Yume takes to the sky and flies around. With Koharu and Laura complimenting the CG effect momentarily breaking story. Yume explains they put her against a green screen and hung her up by a wire to give her a flying effect.
Yume suddenly crash lands, accidentally knocking over the vase of flowers- right onto Yuzu's pancakes. Yume worriedly flees and apologizes, with Yuzu curiously wondering what she saw.
As Yume comes to a halt, she stops to realize she's on a frog. She apologizes, and the frog (played by Yuri) explains that it saw another fairy get taken away by the Demon Lord, and right away Yume realizes this is her sister, Hime. Yume asks where the Demon Lord lives, and the frog points out a sign before taking its leave. Yume wanders into the large woods, cautiously until she hears sound and a strange gust of wind spirals down to her. The trio who appear introduce themselves as the Demon Lord's Generals: The Terrible Teacher Trio. They announce that if Yume wishes to pass she must defeat them in battle, but they are distracted momentarily when they argue with each other over who should get to battle her first. The supposed leader (played by Tamagoro) starts with a word chain game. He gives Yume the word "Top Idol" and demands that they only list beautiful things. Taking the last part of the word Idol (doru), Yume chooses Ruby (rubii). Then she comes up with Answering Machine (rusuban denwa) for Image Girl (imeeji gaaru). As Tamagoro chastises Yume for choosing something not beautiful, they are interrupted by someone who answers with "rouge".
The princely figure is able to pass the round and leaves Tamagoro with "yu", but the word he comes up with, "Unicorn" leaves him with an N, and this automatically means he loses. Realizing he fell for his trick, he sulks before vanishing, along with the other two Generals. The figure turns to Yume and introduces himself as the fairy who lives in the M4 Kingdom, Nozomu. He suggests she turn back, but Yume refuses until she can save her sister. Nozomu requests that he joins Yume, saying that the Demon Lord has taken something from him as well.
Together the duo make their way through the forest until a tall girl distracts them. She apologizes and explains that she is unable to see without her glasses- but upon finding them, she introduces herself as Koharuderella. Breaking story again, Koharu is very flustered to see herself in such a state, and explains how much they had padded her, in order to make her look heavier. Before the story resumes, Laura asks why Cinderella is so rotund, but Koharu claims the next scene explains why.
Koharuderella explains that she has horrible older sisters, and she asks that they rescue her. But suddenly her sisters appear and they wonder why she is so displeased with them. Yume attempts to force them to leave her alone, but they seem confused as to why she thinks they bully her. Yozora explains they don't torture her at all- they pamper her silly, and find her heavy weight to be beautiful. As the duo realize Koharuderella isn't actually in any trouble, a mysterious Prince suddenly appears, asking her if she knows who the glasses he found may belong to. Realizing they are hers, she gets up and accepts them from him- only for the handle to break as soon as she puts the on. The prince then takes off and the girls attempt to calm Koharuderella, who seems disappointed by the turn of events. With that, the duo continue on their way.
Meanwhile, within the dark home of the Demon Lord, Hime resides in a cage. She sadly awaits for Yume to come and rescue her when the Demon Lord appears (played by Subaru). He sits down before her and explains he brought her here was because he wishes to obtain the power granted upon the owner of a fairy's wings. However, he is well aware that for her wings to appear, he must make her incredibly happy. Hime refuses, saying it would be impossible for him to do that but to her surprise, she observes the special tea party he set up for her, knowing how much she loves it. He attempts to sway her with the tea, but when it doesn't work he brings out Hime's favorite food, super-spicy curry. Although finding it hard, Hime refuses to fall for his tricks, and he decides to release his trump card to form her wings.
Yume and Nozomu continue on their way when the Generals appear again. They bicker again until they decide to draw lots, taking off and allowing the fairy's to continue on their way. By now Yume is very worn out, but they are distracted by a girls voice nearby. She speaks to her grandmother, resting in the hammock and reveals herself as Red Riding Hood, Laura. Her grandmother explains that she has lost her "rockingest" glasses and is unable to see well, and she asks Laura to come closer. Laura does as asked and her grandmother (played by Anna) reveals herself to really be a wolf rocker. They get into a "rock battle" and the fairy duo continue on once more, only to see an evil queen (Ako) speaking to a mirror. She asks the mirror who the fairest one of all is, demanding it speaks to her before she angrily chases after it when it gives her an unpleasant answer. Followed by the Generals reappearing, but this time the duo continue walking away.
Eventually they reach the climax, where they must battle the Demon Lord. Who is currently trying to sway the fairy Hime with a very wonderful and tempting bed, saying he is well aware she enjoys napping. When this doesn't work, the Demon Lord angrily reveals his weapon, pointing out he has no use for such a wingless fairy. Yume and the Nozomu arrive just in time and to her delight, Hime happily rises upon seeing her sister, and noting she now has wings causes her to grow her own- much to their surprise. The girls quickly attempt to escape while Nozomu and the Demon Lord do battle. Nozomu is struck down by the Demon Lord, but before he can finish them the girls pick up a bottle of spice powder and throw it onto him, in order to blind him. In this time Nozomu gets up and strikes, using his sword to release a gem from the earring worn by the Demon Lord. In a flash of light, a regular young man lays in his place, and to the girls surprise they note that he is now their size.
Nozomu and Yume congratulate each other for their efforts and successfully throwing over the Demon Lord, causing everything to return back to normal. In this time, Yume got to know Nozomu further, and even brought him back to Yuzu's home. Together they admire the area sweet display resting on the table, but to their surprise the Demon Lord shows up again, still in his normal form. Hime also appears and reveals that she planned this as a celebration. They reveal that Nozomu is actually the prince of M4 Kingdom, and he requests marriage to Yume, admitting that he fell for her single-minded determination. Yume accepts and Hime suggests they celebrate, but as it turns out, Yuzu isn't a bad human at all, she's actually their friend. Together everyone lived happily ever after.
With the movie over, everyone in the audience leaves, with Yume crying her eyes out. Yume claims its only because she's so happy that it turned out so well. They spot Nozomu and Subaru and they chat for a few minutes before the girls run off to speak with Hime and S4.
The guys chat for a moment and Asahi brings up the lottery with Kanata, asking if he was even in the film. He claims he was though, and that he got three roles; none of which actually revealed him. He played the tree in the forest, and the mirror Ako spoke to. Asahi finds this awesome and doesn't ask for any details, with Kanata assuring him that only he could play such roles anyway.
The girls compliment everyone's job well done, and they promise to keep Aikatsuing as hard as they can to someday perform alongside them more often.
- Yume Nijino
- Laura Sakuraba
- Koharu Nanakura
- Hime Shiratori
- Tsubasa Kisaragi
- Yozora Kasumi
- Yuzu Nikaidō
- Ako Saotome
- Yuri Ashida
- Subaru Yūki
- Nozomu Igarashi
- Asahi Kasumi
- Kanata Kira
- Dave Satō
- Momoko Yachigusa
- Tamagorō Miwa
- Anna Hibiki
- At the beginning of the film, the company "shoei" appears. This is most-likely a reference to one of the largest animation companies, Toei.
- Main article: Episode 13 - Story of the Little Fairy/Image gallery