Stardust is a fairy tale created by Neil Gaiman and it follows romance and adventures of a young man who vowed to fetch the fallen star and embark on his lover's quest that will carry him over the ancient wall and into a world beyond his wildest imaginings. What he did not expect, however, is there is more than just his Heart's Desire.
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Yvaine is a beautiful young woman who have a high sense of curiosity but is also ill-tempered and have a sharp tongue. She have blue eyes and a hair so fair that it is almost white. She also wear a pale blue dress...
Hi! And to those who are new to the Stardust wiki, welcome! Just a quick announcement that as of October 14th, 2019, I have been appointed as a new admin to Stardust wiki. As you have noticed, especially from old users, that the entire wiki have been redesigned to something better. As exciting as it was, I am also reminding those who like to edits, since it seems that I am the only one here editing. Even though the wiki was created in 2007, it's not going to stop me from fixing the wiki into something better. If you have any questions, my message wall is open. You can find it here.
Enjoy your stay here at Stardust wiki, and remember to shine.
Did You Know:
that the name "Yvaine" is a Scottish word that means "North Star"?
that Una got herself impregnated by Dunstan so she would be freed from Madame Seleme, based on the interpretation of Gaiman's writing?
that the author, Neil Gaiman, got his inspiration for the book, Stardust, after witnessing a shooting star?