The Fairy Code of Conduct pertains to the fact that fairies are never allowed to abuse fairy power or misuse fairy gifts, and they are not supposed to use magic for trivial things or to solve everyday problems. Young fairies need permission from their elders to perform magic at all. In keeping with the purpose or “job” of fairies, to protect nature and fix serious problems (primarily problems caused by other magical creatures), the fairies must take care not to overstep their bounds. They are not supposed to meddle or interfere with things that are not related to their job. Fairy problem solving and fixing needs to directly correspond with the reason that fairies exist. Mother Nature, the fairy guardian, holds her fairies strictly accountable for their actions regarding use of magic and fairy gifts. Since the fairy handbook ages with the fairies, it serves the purpose of helping to keep young fairies out of trouble by limiting the amount of information it gives them. The handbook often refers young fairies to their elders for advice, guidance, and supervision.