„If it's to protect our family, be it the Kingdom or the entire world… We would make anyone our enemy! That's what it means to be Fairy Tail!!“

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„It depends only on the weakness of our organs and of our self-excitement (Selbstberuhrung), that we do not see ourselves in a Fairy-world. All Fabulous Tales (Mahrchen) are merely dreams of that home world, which is everywhere and nowhere.“

—  Novalis German poet and writer 1772 - 1801
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