Fairy Mothra (
Fairy Mothra looks like a miniature Mothra, but the patterns on its body look less like Mothra's or Leo's with each new puppet made for it.
Fairy Mothra is playful and kind to humans, and shows undying loyalty to the Elias, Moll and Lora, who Fairy is quick to protect.
While in space, Mothra spawned thousands of Fairy Mothras, and one was sent to Earth to deliver a message from the Cosmos. In a park, Miki Saegusa was thinking about Project T, a plan which she wasn't sure of, which aimed to control Godzilla with her psychic powers. Just then, a nearby tree's leaves started glowing, and so did her earrings, which had the symbol of the Cosmos. From the tree came out a Fairy Mothra. The Fairy Mothra transformed into a projection of the Cosmos, who told her that SpaceGodzilla was going to try to kill Godzilla, and wanted her to somehow help defeat this monster. The Cosmos disappeared, leaving Miki, who now thought it was necessary to join the project.
Fairy Mothra appeared later when Miki was on Birth Island. The Cosmos warned her that everyone needed to work together to defeat SpaceGodzilla. After SpaceGodzilla was defeated, Fairy Mothra came back again. The Cosmos thanked Miki for saving the world, and Fairy Mothra returned to outer space.
Fairy Mothra appeared once again in Rebirth of Mothra II as a transport for the Elias.
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- Fairy Mothra can fly at Mach 1, and the Fairy seen in Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla could also teleport.
- In Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla, Fairy Mothra can change its appearance to that of the Cosmos.
- Fairy Mothra has antenna that shoot beams, similar to Mothra and Mothra Leo.
- In Rebirth of Mothra III, Fairy can scan things to find lifeform essences.
- Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla (1994)
- Rebirth of Mothra (1996)
- Rebirth of Mothra II (1997)
- Rebirth of Mothra III (1998)
- Main article: Fairy Mothra/Gallery.
- The kanji 妖精 is normally read as "Yōsei," meaning "Fairy." However, the furigana フェアリー attached to the kanji indicates that in this case it is read as "Fearī."
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