A severe drought is afflicting Centopia citizens, thanks to Panthea's wanton destruction. To stop her reign, Mia and her friends must redouble their efforts to rebuild the Trumptus and free the captured unicorns.
Centopia calls again, sending Mia and the elves on an expedition to the watery domain of Polytheus. He's got a piece of the Trumptus, but the tightfisted trader won't give it up without a price.
Yuko tries to get some quiet time alone with Mo, but she's frustrated with Mia's constant interruptions. Yuko does her best to ditch Mia, but when she and Mo are trapped by a landslide, they'll need Mia's help more than ever.
Mia forgets the Butterfly Ring getting to Centopia. Once there, Mia gets caught in a strong headwind that blows her far away from her friends. Lost in the remote badlands with a broken wing, she must find a way to survive.
Mia heads to Centopia -- and gets whacked in the head. With her memory lost, she and the elves try to regain it at the mystical Cave of Truth. But once inside, they might learn some truths they don't want to know.
Phuddle has created a strange new instrument: a calliope that draws in and mesmerizes its listeners. Unfortunately, it seems to be attracting the wrong kind of attention. And Mia will try to find a solution.
While the king and queen have the flu, Mo has been given the duty of ruling Centopia. But when Mia and Yuko are cornered by Gargona and her Munc minions, Mo must leave his post and find a way to return them to safety.
After having jumped to Centopia, Mia finds out that the elf girls are all getting ready for the Blushflower Princess Ball. Mia soon finds herself competing against Yuko for the crown -- and for Mo's attention.
Mia has a much more dangerous scrape with deception, after a Tell-All creature acquired from the sneaky salesman Polytheus leads Mia and the elves into a treacherous trap. Mia will have to be clever to escape this one.
In Centopia, Panthea is plotting a way to capture the golden-horned Onchao. Being isolated from his own kind makes him particularly lonely, so Panthea and Gargona devise a foolproof plan: building a kind of "Trojan unicorn" to lure him in.
Boarding school is a new world for Mia, especially when she's transported to Centopia, a storybook realm in which she becomes an elf who can talk to unicorns! Join Mia and her friends as they begin a magical quest to save the unicorns from an evil Queen.
Mia and the elves search for a piece of the Trumptus in the forest. They soon find that the eerie voices in the woods are not what they seem to be -- and that Panthea has her own peculiar interest in this spooky forest.
Onchao is getting ready for a show of his own: a special ceremony inside a volcano, presided over by the fearsome Fire Unicorn. But when Yuko and Mo are captured by Muncs, Mia has to intrude on the ceremony to get Onchao's help.
In Centopia, Phuddle tags along on her excursion to the murky, overgrown Lofty Caves. Phuddle desperately wishes to be an elf, even fashioning himself some crude wings. Will he prove helpful, or just a nuisance?
In Centopia, Mia can deal with less worrying dilemmas (than kissing Vincent for a drama session) -- like slimy snake salesmen, hordes of Munculus on dragons' back and a dark cave said to be filled with treasure.
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