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Dewdrop is the secondary antagonist of Pixar's 22nd full-length animated feature film Onward. She is a pixie and the leader of the Pixie Dusters biker gang.

She was voiced by Grey DeLisle, who also played Asajj Ventress in Star Wars: Clone Wars, the High Priestess in Samurai Jack, Naare in Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, Vicky in the Fairly Odd Parents, Azula in Avatar: The Last Airbender, and Ash Delgado in Elena of Avalor.


Upon arriving in the Swamp Gas area, Dewdrop is introduced talking to a Swamp Gas customer just as she and the Pixie Dusters frighten the customer, causing him to drop his soda. As Ian and Barley enter the Swamp Gas market, Dewdrop and the other Pixie Dusters swarm the market while Ian and Barley plan to refill gas for their van Guinevere. Dewdrop then saw Mustardseed tapped by Wilden Lightfoot, infuriating her just as Ian tells her that he and his father are unaware of the sprites occupying the area.

Later while Ian is filling gas for Guinevere, he hears Barley arguing with Dewdrop where he explains that she can't fly due to magic being scarce in modern society just as Ian takes Barley away from her as their father unintentionally knocks over a few motorcycles just as she leads the Pixie Dusters to chase Ian and Barley. Ian then drives the van after filling gas for the van due to Barley's diminutive size caused by Ian earlier while she and the other Pixie Dusters chase the elves on their way to Raven's Point. During the chase, Dewdrop commands them to kill the elves but Ian presses the air conditioner button to blow away the fairies while Dewdrop and her other minions crash their motorcycle into sand barrels, causing them to fly again, causing them to escape from the Pixie Dusters while the police squadron arrives towards Ian and Barley for reckless driving.

Dewdrop is later seen at the end of the film playing darts with the other Pixie Dusters at the newly reopened Manticore's Tavern when magic is brought back to the world once again, indicating that she has reformed.


           PIXAR Villains

Animated Features
Sid Phillips | One-Eyed Bart | Attack Dog with Built-in-force-field | Hopper | Grasshoppers (Thumper) | Fly Brothers | Stinky Pete | Al McWhiggin | Emperor Zurg | Zurg Empire (Zurg Bots, Warp Darkmatter, Hornets, Brain Pods & Grubs) | Dr. Porkchop | Henry J. Waternoose III | Randall Boggs | Syndrome | Omnidroids | Mirage | The Underminer | Bomb Voyage | Chick Hicks | Boost, DJ, Wingo & Snot Rod | Chef Skinner | AUTO | GO-4 | Charles F. Muntz | Alpha | Beta and Gamma | Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear | Lotso's Gang (Ken, Big Baby, Stretch, Chunk, Sparks, Twitch & Monkey) | One-Eyed Betty | Miles Axlerod | Lemons (Professor Zündapp, Grem & Acer) | Mor'du | Jangles the Clown | Thunderclap | Thunderclap's Flock | Velociraptors (Bubbha) | Ernesto de la Cruz | Security Guards | Screenslaver | Gabby Gabby | The Bensons | Curse Dragon | Pixie Dusters (Dewdrop)

Shorts, Television & Video Games
Kabuto | Big D | Ronald Tompkins | Mr. Jones | The Cleric | Battlesaurs (Goliathon & Reptillus Maximus)

See Also
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Villains | Cars Villains | Incredibles Villains | Toy Story Villains

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