Faeries are winged humanoid creatures of diminutive size (sometimes a foot in height or smaller) that are renowned for being great lovers of mischief. Faeries exist through the multiverse, but the most notable faeries are those of Alara (specifically in Esper), Lorwyn, Ulgrotha, and the Dominarian island of Tolaria.
Fire sprites are faeries who can cast fire spells and are perpetually surrounded by a flaming aura. They were summoned by the Kieryn elves while fighting against the Calthyn elves in the White Woods of Corondor.
The Faerie Noble was the leader of the faeries of the Great Wood on Ulgrotha. The Autumn Willow created him in the form of Veldrane of Sengir. The noble and his faeries took over the River Bridge in the Great Wood and would push anyone the Autumn Willow did not want to cross into the waters.
The fae of Lorwyn lead short, flitting lives in pursuit of gossip, diversions, and amusing intrigues.   But faeries can also be carelessly cruel, capricious, and vindictive.  The faeries travel in small groups of three to six called cliques. It is thought that faeries do not dream, which would explain why they spend so much time harvesting the dreams of others.  Faeries can distill these stolen dreams into a sparkling energy that they carry around with them.
Wingless Lorwyn faeries are called groundlings.
- Devin of Ulgrotha
- Oona, Queen of the Fae
- Vendilion Clique
- Maralen (questionable, as she was originally an elf but is the current Fae Queen of Lorwyn/Shadowmoor)
- Wydwen the Biting Gale
Tribal - Faerie
1/1 Faerie Creature tokens with flying are produced by:
- Bitterblossom (black Faerie Rogue)
- Cloudseeder (blue Faerie, named Cloud Sprite)
- Hunted Troll (blue Faerie) 
- Notorious Throng (black Faerie Rogue)
- Oona, Queen of the Fae (blue and black Faerie)
- Violet Pall (black Faerie Rogue)
Faeries are also created by:
- In the Grand Creature Type Update the subtypes Noble (Faerie Noble) and Pixie-Queen (Pixie Queen) were incorporated into the Faerie type.
- Faerie Noble and Scion of Oona are Faerie Lords.
- The subtype Ouphe is preferred over Fairie when the creatures aren't little humanoids with wings. It took a while before this distinction became clear. For example Shelkin Brownie used to be a Faerie, while Fyndhorn Brownie used to be a Brownie. Now, both are Ouphes.
- Doug Beyer. (October 31, 2007.) "Lorwyn Survival Guide", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
- Doug Beyer. (January 09, 2008.) "Good Things Come in Threes", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
- Magic Arcana. (October 02, 2007.) "Faeries vs. Giants", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
- Doug Beyer. (March 05, 2008.) "Following a Dream", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
- Doug Beyer. (June 11, 2008.) "Allies in Conflict", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.
- Magic Arcana. (September 26, 2005.) "Ravnica Hunted Tokens 1", Daily MTG, magicthegathering.com, Wizards of the Coast.