Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove – Favorite Fairy Options

Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove - Favorite Fairy Options
Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove - Favorite Fairy Options

Just a simple list on which fairies you can select from the secret fairy garden, as well as the achievement associated with it.

Introduction and Where to Start

This guide aims to help you find the secret fairy garden hidden in Shovel Knight: King of Cards, which will also net you the “Get Out Of My Room!” (King Knight) achievement.

To find the garden, you will need to do the following.

1. You need access to the third map, which you will have access to after defeating the Troupple King.

2. You will need to clear enough stages until you have access to Mr. Hat’s store. There, he will offer cosmetic mods in the six digit range. Chances are, you probably can’t afford them at this point. Agree to look at his wares, then walk away. He’ll trail you a bit, begging you to buy something, until he goes hat crazy for King Knight’s crown and will try to fight him for it. Defeat him and you will be rewarded with a cut scene and Mr. Hat will join your crew, allowing you to purchase said mods for a much more affordable (but still high!) price later.

3. You will need a Degree of Rejuvenation. You can buy one from the Troupple King at the ship if you help unclogged his blow hole. (if you have not done this yet, head to the same screen Mr. Hat’s store is at, fall down the hole, slam against the wall when you can, and aim for the rainbow-colored mess near the Troupple King’s crown)

4. Now that the ship is carrying Mr. Hat’s store, the area will be renamed the Void Crater. Go there and walk all the way to the left. You will see a horse man BUT DO NOT TALK TO HIM JUST YET. First, activate your Degree of Rejuvenation, then immediately talk to him. After his cryptic, poetic spiel, answer “I’m not afraid” and he’ll pile you down seemingly to oblivion. This would, in fact, kill you, but good thing you have a friendly Troupple on your side.

5. Congratulations! You’ve found the secret fairy garden! All you need to do is find the fairy you like the most, catch it (your shoulder bash has been temporarily replaced with a catch/release command), and show it to Madame Meeber, who will crown him or her the new Fairy King/Queen!

After a bit of celebration, press any button once she starts singing endlessly and King Knight will wake up in his room, as if it was all a dream. This will net you the “Get Out of My Room!” (King Knight) achievement if you haven’t earned it yet, and will allow you to get the King Knight and Mother Joustus cards if you shoulder bash the bottom of the wall on the far right before exiting King Knight’s room at the top of said wall on the right.

It doesn’t really matter which fairy you select; all that happens is the game will name it as “favorite fairy” at the credits.

List of Fairies

Here is a list of fairies that you can choose from. All you need to do is approach one of the buildings and the fairies associated with that section will come to you. If you move to another section, those fairies will fly towards you while the other fairies will eventually fly away. If you stand in the middle of the field, all fairies will eventually fly away. You can get all fairies to follow you if you hang around too long at any spot but leave too soon to make the other fairies you already attracted fly away first.

If you accidentally catch the wrong fairy, just press the catch button again to release it and try again. Released fairies will fly away unless you go back to the area where they like to hang out.

Madam Meeber Fairy: It’s the Fairy of Fairies, how recursive! I’m honored, Boopity Boo!

(This one will hang by Madam Meeber herself)

Pond Fairies

Rooster Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Voyaging, how cocky! His feathers sure don’t ruffle easily.

Troupples King Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Troupples, how fruitful. I wonder what he tastes like.

Troupple Acolyte Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Following, how loyal! What an energetic supporter!

West City Fairies

???? (Catfish) Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of ????, how bewildering! If you don’t mind the mucus, he’s cute!

Horse Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Exploration, how equine! He looks hungry for oats and adventure!

Croaker Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Wordplay, how funny! His humor’s an acquired taste, or so I’ve been toad.

Toader Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Grumpiness, how disappointing! Lighten up and laugh, little guy!

Castle Fairies

King Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Royalty, how gilded! He doesn’t seem too kingly to me though…Maybe you should pick another fairy. (can’t use!)

Mom Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Doting, how motherly! She’ll look after you no matter what.

King Pridemoor Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Kingship, how dignified! What a good role model!

Barb Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Song, how melodic! It’s hard to beat a hand-held music player.

East City Fairies

Baz Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Rejection, how foolhardy! But I’m sure he’ll find his path, some day.

Mr. Hat Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Hats, how fitting! I’m not sure I trust him!

Phantom Striker Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Phantoms, how striking! And he comes with a little napkin, too.

Explodatorium Fairies

Percy Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Physics, how calculating! And he’s no slouch at romance, either!

Mona Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Research, how focused! What kind of trouble does she get into?

Plague Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Alchemy, how curious! Keep an eye on this maniacal mischief maker.

Unplayable Knights of No Quarter Fairies

(I.e. the Knights that lost the vote to having their own game modes)

Mole Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Toil! How diligent! I bet he could dig up the whole garden!

Tinker Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Invention, how logical! He’s teeny enough to wrench a watch hand!

Polar Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Power, how forceful! He feels cold.. But is there a soft soul beneath that frost?

Propeller Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Fancy, how adventurous! But his rotors feel a bit redundant, don’t they?

Treasure Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Fortune, how rich! What a lucky sight- he rarely flies above sea level, after all.

Wild Plains Fairies

Fairy Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Encroachment, how meddlesome! Keep your distance if you want to keep your fingers.

Sumo Goldarmor Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Heft, how stout! Nobody will be pushing him around.

Birder Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Angles, how directional! I’m not sure I can predict his path – can you?

Beeto Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Patrolling, how repetitive! Back and forth, keeping it simple.

Rat Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Spinning, how apathetic! Does it mind floating around, or not?

Tower of Fate Fairies – Bottom section

Luan Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Guardians, how fatherly! He looks a bit unkempt, though.

Reize Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Naivete, how gullible! But his heart is innocent and pure.

Specter Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Torment, how spooky! Aren’t you just a scary lil’ thing!

Tower of Fate Fairies – Top Section

Enchantress Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Fate, how dark! This is a seriously scary fairy – watch out!

Black Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Vigilance, how rash! This one never seems to be on the right track…

Shield Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Protection, how optimistic! She looks ready to tackle any quest!

Shovel Knight Fairy: Oh! It’s the Fairy of Shovelry, how stalwart! That little scamp just never gives up.

And that’s all the fairies you can choose from.

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Written by: Indigo Jack


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