Baba Cara is one of the most prominent antagonists in the series, and the main villain in The Enchanted Island. She resides in a dark forest where she lives on her own, revelling in darkness and isolation. Baba Cara detests all positive feelings and colors and has an everlasting hatred for the fairies.
She wears a black dress with decorative ruffles and a high carved gate. Under the first hem of the dress is another which is light purple and covered with sophisticated patterns. Around the neck of the witch is something resembling a black choker with a red stone on it. Baba Cara's hands are hidden, first by long sleeves, and then by carved black handcuffs and a metal bracelet on top of them.
Baba Cara is very malicious and disagreeable. She lives alone in a secluded section of The Enchanted Island which intensifies her unpleasant character and spiteful intentions. Baba Cara loves to taunt and mock the other characters - especially if she has them trapped or has cursed them with an evil spell. In addition, she also enjoys inflicting harm upon others and laughs hysterically when she does so - threatening other characters (usually Trolls or Elves) and forcing them to do her bidding. Aside from her evil characteristics, Baba Cara is quite devious and sly, often trying to deceive others instead of attacking them head on.
Abilities and Items
Should she be separated from her broom, she can cast spells with her bare hands which are almost as potent as the ones she casts from her broom.
Baba Cara owns a plethora of magic items which she uses to wreak havoc upon the fairies.
Baba Cara's magic broom is her main method of transportation as it is capable of flight. This is not it's primary use however, as Baba Cara mostly uses it as a weapon - firing her black magic at others which can cause a lot of harmful effects (e.g. she can stun other characters, trap them in bubbles and even change them into various animals).
As is expected from such an item, Baba Cara can use this crystal ball to see pretty much anywhere - allowing her to seek out anyone who hides from her or plan out a surprise attack.
Using her magic cauldron, Baba Cara can create all kinds of twisted tools; an example being a color-absorbing paintbrush which leaves the fairies helpless and sad without their colours.
Baba Cara shows a strong disliking for the Super 4, as they persist on foiling her plans to terrorize the fairies. Because of this, she will always attempt to pursue and harm them - even if they randomly encounter each other in The Enchanted Island.
Baba Cara doesn't particularly like the baron but they both grew tired of having their ambitions destroyed by the Super 4. This forces them to co-operate and try to overcome the Super 4 but even together, they are unable to succeed.
The driving force behind her evil plans, Baba Cara's hostility towards the fairies knows no bounds. In fact, in most of her appearances, she is seen devising a plan to take over the fairies, be it by weakening their magic or upsetting them so much that they lose all their powers; Baba Cara will try everything and anything to destroy their harmony.
Name in other languages
- Баба Кара ( Russian )
- Her name is similar to Baba Yaga (Баба Яга), an evil cannibalistic witch from Russian folklore.
- The appearance of the Baba Cara bares a striking resemblance to Maleficent, the evil witch from Disney's Sleeping Beauty.
- Perhaps the Babacara - its full and real name, if not to take into account Russian grammar, where "Baba" (Баба) means a woman in ages.
- At the start of Season 1, she was called an "evil\wicked fairy" as opposed to a "witch".
- In the Season 2 episode, "Bodyguards", Baba Cara claims that her favorite holiday is Halloween, staying true to her status as an evil witch (witches being a common theme in Halloween).