29 Facts About Artemis Fowl


Artemis Fowl Adventures is a series of eleven fantasy novels written by Irish author Eoin Colfer revolving around various members of the Artemis Fowl family.

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Fowl Twins series, alternatively titled the Second Cycle of The Fowl Adventures, set five years later, follows Artemis' younger twin brothers as they live out their house arrest under the supervision of "pixel" Lazuli Heitz, an elf-pixie hybrid, and NANNI, an artificial intelligence based on Holly's and Artemis' brainwaves.

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The LEP originally suspects Artemis Fowl of orchestrating the goblin rebellion, but he is cleared of all suspicion after being inspected with a Retimager.

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Artemis Fowl puts Butler into a fish freezer in an emergency attempt at cryonic preservation, and he is eventually resurrected by the elf Holly Short.

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The book ends with the fairies and Foaly mind-wiping the three humans, and Artemis Fowl gives Mulch Diggums a medallion that Holly gave to Artemis Fowl in The Arctic Incident, which is actually a disc that will bring back his memories of the fairies.

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Artemis Fowl's then convinces Giovanni to send a probe into the ground, which could lead to the uncovering of the fairy world, thrusting the fairy city of Haven into human clutches.

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Artemis Fowl's eventually lets go of her project and joins them after Billy Kong, her security guard, turns against her in her own home.

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Unfortunately, Holly and Artemis Fowl find out that in the process of being brought back in time, they have swapped an eye.

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Artemis's mother, Angeline Fowl, becomes ill with Spelltropy, and the only cure lies in the brain fluids of the silky sifaka lemur, the last of which Artemis sold to a group named the Extinctionists when he was 10 to procure money to fund the expedition to search for his father.

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All the fairies in the circle are drawn to the afterlife, and as Artemis Fowl has one of Holly's eyes from book five, Artemis Fowl is sent to the afterlife.

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Foaly prepares a clone of Artemis Fowl, which is taken to the now overgrown gate six months after Artemis Fowl's death.

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Artemis Fowl series was followed by a spin-off sequel series, called The Fowl Twins, centered around the characters of Myles and Beckett Fowl, Artemis's younger twin brothers.

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Artemis Fowl Twins Get What They Deserve is the third book in the series, and was released on 19 October 2021.

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Artemis Fowl: The Seventh Dwarf is a short story written for World Book Day set between the first and second books.

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Artemis Fowl Files is a companion book to the series published 4 October 2004, which included The Seventh Dwarf and other stories.

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In November 2021, Eoin Colfer revealed he has thought about writing a "superviolent" follow-up to the Artemis Fowl series inspired by Old Man Logan, following an older Artemis as he becomes a magnate and exploring his and Holly's relationship.

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Artemis Fowl II uses his intelligence to build his family fortune through crime.

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Artemis Fowl is cold, cynical, and often outright ruthless in his manipulation of people for his own ends.

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Artemis Fowl is famed for his intelligence; he claims to have the "highest IQ tested in Europe", but is known for a lack of coordination and athletic ability.

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Artemis Fowl is the third-most skilled martial artist on the planet, a formidable marksman and firearms expert, and has immense experience of the criminal underworld, often providing help to Artemis through his many contacts.

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Artemis Fowl has a little sister, Juliet, who appears in most of the books.

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Artemis Fowl's helped Artemis save the world on numerous occasions.

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Artemis Fowl's intelligence makes him paranoiac, which causes him to wear a foil hat to "protect him from human mind-probing technology".

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Artemis Fowl has a rivalry with Opal Koboi, which she sporadically mentions throughout her dialogue.

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Artemis Fowl's detests Foaly, as he won a science competition in college over her, and she believes the judges chose Foaly instead just because he was male.

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Artemis Fowl's later kills her past self created in The Time Paradox, creating a paradox.

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Artemis Fowl once was a mining dwarf, but later decided that stealing from Mud Men suited him much better.

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Artemis Fowl insists that humans were stealing from fairy-kind and the earth and that he is simply taking them back or repossessing the items.

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Artemis Fowl usually despised Holly's disregard for rules and orders.

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