Terence is a nice boy, calm and peaceful.
He never bullies anyone and is patient with everyone (unlike Tinker Bell), he is often seen helping Tink with her problems when she's in the wrong.
Sometimes it is a bit annoying as he insists many times on helping anyone, however he is always loyal to his friends.
He likes to be with Tink and play with her and help her with her work, however he always remains serious when it's time for action and in her work.
Trinker Bell proves to be very fond and in love with Terence as they look a lot like the two, and he never takes things as they first appear.
Terence is a goblin with transparent wings, he is tall and thin and slightly stout with blond hair and blue eyes and pointed ears..
He wears a nutshell for a hat, has brown cuffs on his hands, with a beige sleeveless shirt, a brown apron with a rope belt, dark brown pants and yellow shoes like a real elf.
Terence didn't play a fundamentally important role in Tinker Bell's first film, he is seen helping the fairies with their talented jobs. When he hears that Tinker Bell doesn't like her talent as a handyman fairy at all, Terence explains that he should be happy with her talent: because every fairy for the talent she has keeps Pixie Hollow going.
Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure
In the second film Terence has a much more important role and is the dueteragonist. In this film we see that Tinker Bell and he are great friends and have a very romantic relationship, and she helps him build gadgets for the Pixie Hollow jobs and provides help to both Tink and his friends.
He tells Tink that he has the honor of creating a ceremonial scepter with the Moonstone, but in an attempt to spend time with her and tell her what he feels about her, he accidentally causes her to lose her temper and in doing so the fairy breaks for. I'm mistaking the Moonstone which was supposed to be the cornerstone for the scepter. Out of frustration, Tink tells Terence that they don't have to be friends for a while.
Silvermist meets Terence and calms him by telling him that she should do the same to Tink, but when Terence visits her at her house, he finds that Tink has left to find the legendary Incanta mirror to fix the mess. So Terence leaves to look for her, and once they reach the two they are attacked by a herd of rats.
Thanks to Tink's new friend: Blaze, they manage to escape. But then Tink accidentally wastes her last wish, and Terence, who was thought not to have survived her, hugs her and proposes to help her repair the Moonstone.
Once back in Pixie Hollow, Tink and Terence create a wonderful show for the Fall Festival, even better than what the Moonstone would have done, thanks to the now repaired scepter in an original way and Tink and Terence are once again friends.
Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue
In the third Disney Fairies film, her role is again reduced. She is seen at the beginning of the film when she leaves with the other fairies to go to the world stopped by the humans to bring the season changes and explains to Tink how the work there.
Terence is seen at the end where he is pleased to see that Tink has done something truly generous for his he friend Lizzy and compliments both girls.
Secret of the Wings
In Secret of the Wings Terence once again has a minor role, but this time much smaller than the other films.
It see him in the beginning when he hands the magic dust to the fairies and it is seen that he and Tink have a real romantic relationship, but it is not clear if they are engaged.
He also makes a cameo near the end where Tink and Periwinkle save the Pixie Dust Tree from Enchanted Glade.
The Pirate Fairy
Terence makes a small cameo in The Pirate Fairy, seen at the show prepared by Tinker Bell and her friends for the winter fairies and is one of the many fairies that Zarina puts her to sleep so that she can steal the Blue Dust. At the end of the film he and everyone else are awakened by Tink, Zarina and their friends, unaware of what has happened but are happy to see Tinker Bell.
He says his only line in the scene where Rosetta grows a plant during the final show.