|The Matchstick Girl's Matchsticks|
|Owners:||The Little Matchstick Girl (formerly)|
William Charming (formerly)
|Fairy Tale:||"The Little Matchstick Girl"|
|Author:||Hans Christian Andersen|
|Usage:||Opens portals to any location|
|Appearances:||The Unusual Suspects|
The Matchstick Girl's Matchsticks were written about by Hans Christian Andersen in his story "The Little Matchstick Girl". In his story, a little girl uses the matchsticks on a cold winter's night and could see her wishes in the flame. In The Sisters Grimm, the matchsticks provide a portal to anywhere you wish, making it an extremely powerful and coveted magical item.
The Matchsticks were important in the second book of the series. Prince Charming gave them to Sabrina in return for the Grimm's detective service. At that time, there were only two matchsticks left. Sabrina used the first to get the Everafters (with the exception of Rumpelstiltskin and The Big Bad Wolf) and the Grimms out of the school as it was being blown up by Rumpelstiltskin. She used the second to be sent to her parents.
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