"Fly, Phoenix, Fly!"- Piper's command of activating its great power.
Phoenix Bracer first appears in "The Mysticon Kid" after Piper acquires her brown Codex spellbook. When she opens the tome a yellow fire-bird of vast mystical energy emerged, knocking down Dreadbane and Tazma with relative ease.
The riddle to claim it and medium-sized, pale brown spellbook was:
A place of peace
A reverential room
I stand alone within fiery bloom
- The Mysticon Kid (first appearance and use)
- Lost and Found
- The Astromancer Job
- A Walk in the Park
- Skies of Fire
- All Hail Necrafa!
- The Dome
- Clash of the Tridents
- Gems of the Past
- Quest of the Vexed
- Mutiny Most Fowl
- Through My Enemy's Eyes
- The Mask
- Save the Date!
- Happily Never After
- The Lost Scepter
- Game of Phones
- Heart of Stone
- The Princess and the Pirate
- Eternal Starshine of the Mage's Mind
- Age of Dragons (final appearance and use)
Phoenix Bracer in other Media
- The Secret of the Fifth Mysticon (first appearance)
- It is the second mystical bracer to be found
- How the original elven Mysticon Striker utilized it against her enemies remains unclear
- Piper thinks it is "fab-tabular".
- Its mystical power and fiery abilities can be neutralized and absorbed by Necrafa's orange gem. It can also burn things around it, as it did with the seductive pollen of Love's Breath in "A Walk in the Park".
- It can be counteracted by the imp Willia's dark purple-colored Bat Bracer.
- Piper refers to finding it at the carousel in Magi Mall in The Secret of the Fifth Mysticon, along with her pale brown Codex book of spells.
- It is used to beat Queen Necrafa during her attack on Astromancer Island, alongside the other three mystical bracers
- So far, it appears only on the cover of each volume and during the transformation sequence of Piper into the second elven Mysticon Striker.