|First Appearance||"A Fairy In Gardenia" January 28, 2004|
Princess Bloom is the show's main protagonist and the informal leader of the Winx Club, as well as the princess and Guardian Fairy of Domino and keeper of the Dragon Flame. She was the first character to be introduced.
Bloom started off as an insecure girl in the beginning of the story because of her ignorance of her true origins and her strange, yet surprisingly potent powers. Later on, as she learned more about magic and herself, she grew increasingly curious about her past and whom her biological parents were. An escapist by nature, she has a tendency to run away when things get too hard or confusing for her, and could also be impatient and stubborn, with a short temper. Bloom was also impulsive at times, which led to some very bad experiences for both her and her friends. Her greatest strength and greatest weakness was her status as the guardian of the Dragon Flame. While the Dragon Flame made her arguably the most powerful fairy in the Magic Dimension, it also consistently drew numerous enemies to her such as the Trix.
Despite being far from perfect and having flaws, Bloom still has a heart of gold. She cares for all of her friends and families (both adopted and biological) deeply, and is always willing to help and fight for a good cause. She has also shown herself to be selfless, caring, and a true capable leader.
Bloom appears as a playable character in Super Brawl 3 as the only character representing her show. She appears in her Lovix form. She fights with with fire enchanted punches. Her special move is called; Dragonfire Fury in which she fires a ball of fire forwards to the opponent.
Bloom also has Fan characters. The boy's name is Lance and the girl's name is Violet. Lance has the same color palette as Bloom but more looks like the guys from Winx Club, while Violet looks like a fairy. When her bar is fully charged she can use them. When called they will jump on the stage and Lance will slash and Violet will fire a big ball of fire forwards, almost taking all space, vertically, on the stage.