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The Fairy Godmother lives in Castle of Dreams, where she watches over Cinderella, who begins the world's storyline serving Lady Tremaine, Anastasia, and Drizella, mirroing her role in the classic Walt Disney film. When Cinderella finds herself unable to attend the ball, the Fairy Godmother appears before her, dressing her in an elegant gown for Prince Charming's royal ball, and creating a carriage from a pumpkin with her magic. After Cinderella was sent off to the ball, she asks Terra if he has a heart that believes in dreams.
When Prince Charming begins his search for Cinderella, Lady Tremaine locks her in the attic room. The Fairy Godmother appears before Aqua, asking her to help Cinderella before shrinking her to the size of a mouse and transporting her into the inside of the manor where she helps Jaq get the key to Cinderella. She is seen at the gate with Aqua when they observe the reunion of the couple. She tells the young Keyblade wielder that she must experience more things to find the answers she's looking for and trust in her dreams.
After her world was destroyed by the Heartless, the Fairy Godmother finds refuge in Traverse Town, taking residence in Merlin's house, where Sora, Donald Duck, and Goofy first meet her. She stays in the form of a small carriage (similar to the one that Cinderella uses to arrive at the Ball) and only assumes her true form when Sora needs to talk to her. Somehow, she knows that Cinderella is still alive somewhere and shares her worries with Sora.
Whenever Sora finds a new Summon Gem, he gives it to her so she can restore that being's spirit, allowing Sora to summon them in battle. After Sora obtains all six summons, she gives Donald the Lord Fortune staff.
After Sora seals Kingdom Hearts, the Fairy Godmother returns to her world with Cinderella.
During the search for Sora, the Fairy Godmother appears before Riku and Kairi at Radiant Garden, where she informs them that there are three people needed to locate him, among them Riku and Kairi, whose dreams and memories respectively hold two of the "keys" to finding Sora. Transporting the three of them to The Final World, she introduces them to the Nameless Star, and explains that the Nameless Star cannot return to her homeworld of Quadratum due to the danger of her heart being stolen. After Riku departs for Quadratum, the Fairy Godmother and Kairi return to the real world.
The Fairy Godmother is a rotund, elderly woman with grey hair, pale skin, and a long, white wand. She dresses in a lavender cloak with a hood and a pink interior. She also wears a pink bow just under her neck, and is almost always seen with a pleasant smile on her face.
The Fairy Godmother can teleport from one place to another in the form of light blue sparkles. Her main source of magic is her wand, which allows her to use enchanting magic more practically. To activate the wand's power, she must say the words "Bibbidi bobbidi boo!" every time she performs magic.
Fairy Godmother notes that dreams are her specialty, implying she also has divination that allows her to see the dreams of others.
The potency of her magic's association with dreams additionally allows her to transport herself and other living beings to and from The Final World at will, a feat not normally possible due to the location's status as a limbo between life and death.
The Fairy Godmother first appeared in the 1950 Disney film Cinderella. After Cinderella's step-sisters ruined her ballgown, the Fairy Godmother appears before the crying girl and uses her magic to give Cinderella the appearance of a princess, and provides her with a coach so that she can attend the royal ball. However, she warns Cinderella that the spell will expire at midnight.