|Species:||Barn Owl (Tyto alba)|
|Appears in:||The Outcast, The River of Wind, The Golden Tree, Exile|
|Daughter of Pellimore and Soren|
Bell, along with her sisters, were eggs laid by Pellimore.
Bell, Blythe and Bash, and their mother were to fly indoors for Ember protection during the time of the Golden Tree, but Pelli took a dangerous risk of being arrested and held their First Flight Ceremony outdoors at tweener.
Bell, along with her sisters, was in Gylfie's navigation chaw, with Fritha as the substitute. Bell, who was a quick learner, got bored and snuck out to fly in some rough winds. At some point, the gutters collapsed and fell, and her with it.
Bell found herself being nursed by a blue owl who called himself the Striga. She thought he was a pilgrim from the Northern Kingdoms. As she got better, Bell strung berries in some of the Striga's molted feathers for decorations. The blue owl cautioned her of it as "vanities." In turn, Bell taught him how to do a spiral kill while hunting.
While the Striga was out hunting, Bell was captured by her aunt, Nyra. She was held hostage along with the Striga and was insulted by a snake named Gragg. Bell saw the Pure Ones giving some sort of potion to the blue owl to make him tell them how to get to the Middle Kingdom. The two owls were later rescued by a desert healling Elf Owl named Cuffyn. Bell was excited when squads from the great tree came. The Striga, who was actually from the Middle Kingdoms, promised to return. Bell was taken back home by Cuffyn, much to her great joy.
Bell was filled with joy in seeing her da and the Striga come back from war. Near the end of the book, she was seen sleeping comfortably in her nest.
Bell began to accept the Striga's beliefs of "vanities." Because of this she tried to make her sister, Blythe, to give up singing. Bell later joined the Striga's Blue Feather Club and got her sisters to join as well, even though they were reluctant. Mrs. Plithiver eventually talked some sense into her and revealed the Striga's lies about her father and the influence over Coryn.
During Balefire Night, a joyous holiday which the Striga had twisted for his schemes, Bell and her sisters were waiting in line for the March of Toys, in which they were to throw their favorite playthings into the fire. Although most owls thought Bell was crying over the loss of her toy, she was weeping for her wrong in believing the Striga. She then begged her sisters' forgiveness and desired for Blythe to be able to sing.
During the battle at the great tree between the Guardians and the Blue Brigade, Bell saw her mother cornered by three Blue Brigade members, including the Striga, and she had the urge to make up for her wrong. She grabbed an ice splinter from an ice simitar. With it, she managed to kill a Barred Owl, allowing her mum to escape. But the Striga grabbed Bell with his talons and blackmailed the Guardians to drop their weapons for her life. As the Guardians began to do so, Tengshu used the Breath of Qui, a weapon that could never be dropped, in order to make the blue owl drop Bell. She was later then comforted by her mother and was complimented for her bravery.
During a milkberry harvest festival, Bell finally got the chance to see her sister sing, identifying some of the rythyms and hoots. She later helped Fritha, the editor of the Evening Hoot, in writing the article for the event.