While witch covens are led by witch heads who inherited their title via their bloodline, and elven clans democratically elect their leaders, fairy frolicks are stateless, seemingly anarchist communities in where the only ruling bodies are parents over their minor offspring. That’s not to say fair folk do not abide by any laws; they are still Enchanters, bound by the rules of magick and laws of the occult realm.
Her favorite way to pass time is to play tag with Mateo through the surrounding forests; it’s more exciting with his jaguar form and her “toy” arrows with flat rubber ends.
Meleni can summon plants to her, no matter how far from nature she is. This makes her a more versatile fighter, despite the fact she loathes violence.
Yes, Nuala can technically kill people with her wail, but that’s at her discretion. As a young fairy, she had an affinity for sound and empathic magick, which aided her in controlling the deadliness of her shriek. So instead of killing any audience Empty Obsessions might have, she attracts a big crowd and keeps them wanting more.
Madalynn is a member of the History Club, and she plays flute in AOA’s marching band. She’s considered joining the charm club, but she’s worried that someone will discover her uncommon lineage. The only person she’s confided in is Rafael. For no particular reason…
Cienna–originally under a different name–was created as one of the first members of the Iuppiter Court. She didn’t have an ability until there was a full revamp. She’s modelled after a close friend I had in high school, and even though she’s gone through some changes, her personality is still largely the same.
Her feelings for Rush are kind of like his feelings for Dream–they began at a young age, so it’s hard to let go even when it looks like it will never happen. That’s not to say that Rush hasn’t gotten over his feelings for Dream; nowadays he’s more concerned with reaching out to his soul mate, so things are just awkward and strained between them.
“We need to talk about our covenant.”