Lord Milori
Lord Milori
SpeciesNever Sparrowman
Gender♂ Male
Professional Status
Personal Status

Queen Clarion (love interest/girlfriend), Dewey (old friend), Sled, Slush, Periwinkle, Gliss, Spike (friends), Minister of Winter (possibly friend)

Background information

Secret of the Wings (2012)
The Pirate Fairy (2014)



VoiceTimothy Dalton (2012-present)

Lord Milori is a character from the Disney Fairies film Secret of the Wings. He is the ruler of the Winter Woods and is voiced by Timothy Dalton. He is also the romantic love interest/sweetheart of Queen Clarion, the queen of Pixie Hollow.


Imposing and intense, Lord Milori watches over the Winter Woods like a firm, but loving father. He believe he knows what is best for his fairy subjects, and they always respect his decisions. Only his old friend is Dewey.

Movie seriesEdit

Secret of the WingsEdit

When the messenger owls return to the Winter Woods with snowflakes from Pixie Hollow, a Winter-Animal talentsparrow man named Sled, finds a book on Wingology with the imported snowflakes. Lord Milori orders Sled to take it to Dewey, the keeper of fairy knowledge. Later on, Lord Milori begins to worry that a warm fairy was responsible for bringing the book to the Winter Woods, as the laws state that warm fairies and frost fairies are not allowed to cross over to the other seasons. Milori visits Dewey to discuss the matter. Unbeknown to Milori, a warm fairy, Tinker Bell, is indeed in the Winter Woods. The tinker fairy traveled to the Woods to meet Dewey, but she instead learns that she has a fraternal twin sister, a frost-talent fairy named Periwinkle. Unfortunately, Dewey is forced to send Tink home, but Tink and Peri decide to meet each other at the border that separates the Woods and the warm regions of Pixie Hollow, the next day.

The next day, Lord Milori's pet snowy owl spots Periwinkle crossing the border, and rushes off to inform his master. When Milori reaches the border, Periwinkle is weak, and her wings have shriveled from the heat in the warm climate. Milori informs her that her wings will recover within a few minutes of returning home. At that point, Lord Milori commands Tink and Peri to stay away from each other for their own good. The two fairies reluctantly agree and part ways. Lord Milori then attempts to destroy the snow making machine that made it possible for Periwinkle to cross the border for a short period of time.

Afterwards, Lord Milori finds Periwinkle in the library, and tells her why the border law was created: When Pixie Hollow was young, A warm season fairy and a Winter Woods fairy met and fell in love. For weeks, they met at the border every sunset, and eventually, one disregarded the danger and decided to try to cross. Unfortunately, the fairy broke a wing, an injury that is impossible to heal. To prevent this tragedy from happening again, Queen Clarion reluctantly created the law.

Meanwhile, the ice making machine gets stuck in the river and goes berserk, throwing off the balance of the seasons. Lord Milori and an army of frost talent fairies journey to the slowly freezing Pixie Hollow, where they begin to frost the Pixie Dust Tree, which will protect it from the harsh winter weather. After the tree is frosted over, Lord Milori sees Queen Clarion shivering, and offers her his cape for warmth. Without his wings covered, it is revealed that his right wing is broken, and that he and Clarion were the two fairies that fell in love years ago.

Realizing what winter fairies' frost can do, the border law is abolished; warm fairies are allowed to cross the border, following that they have their wings frosted to preserve them. In the end, Lord Milori is seen alongside Queen Clarion, now his lover again, happily watching the other fairies celebrate the long-awaited unity.


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