The official spelling is Dafne. Check the official site if you have a problem with the spelling.Zerachielle 22:08, March 26, 2010 (UTC)
How is it possible for the inhabitants of Sparks to be Irish or Scottish, as:
(1)Ireland and Scotland are countries on Earth, while Sparks is a planet of the Magical Dimension,
(2) Civilisation is more advanced in the Magical Dimension, implying that it probably appeared on Sparks before on Earth, and therefore meaning that the inhabitants of the Magic Dimension probably appeared before humans first appeared on Earth,
(3) The inhabitants of Sparks are Fairies, Witches and Wizards, so they cannot be descended from inhabitants of Ireland and Scotland, who are humans.
Sparks or Domino? Edit
I grew up watching the 4kids version of Winx Club too, but the planet is called Domino in all the other versions. The 4kids version is no longer airing, either. Wouldn't it be correct to use the name Domino?
1divinefairy 23:34, April 14, 2011 (UTC)
We don't use the term 4kids version anymore. Now it's simply the American version. And dispite the other versions, "Sparks" is the most widely accepted name. SkyGuy-Let's chat! 23:40, April 14, 2011 (UTC)
Guess you're right. I was just on the Winx Club official site and they still call it Sparks. So long as we make reference to it also being called Domino so as not to confuse fans who watched the Cinelume or RAI versions. Sorry to have been a bother.1divinefairy 03:19, April 15, 2011 (UTC)
So, wait, I thought this Wiki was supposed to be based off the 4Kids dub. So why is the article named Domino and not Sparks? WonderBuono! 17:24, June 17, 2011 (UTC)
Then you should probably edit the Winx Wikia Standards page. It still says to use 4Kids continuity. WonderBuono! 17:33, June 17, 2011 (UTC)
Awwww I love and the name Layla too!