Colors of Fairy Magic

Bestiarum Vocabulum: Fairy

The Bestiarum Vocabulum is the wizard’s encyclopedia of faerie beasties and mundane crossovers living in the lake and forest near Lita’s castle.

Fire Fairy

Fire Fairy

fairy [ˈfə rē] noun, c.1250; ME fairie < OF faerie, fae, fairy < L ftum < Vulgar L fta; also fey-folk fairy, faerie

  1. Denizen of the Clockpunk Wizard world.
  2. One member of the fey-folk class of diminutive magicians, distinguished for its multi-lobed gossamer wings. Their magic is flighty, fanciful, fragile, fantastical, fickle, and foolish compared to the other fey-folk. There are four types of fairies: highland fairies with wings the color of sunshine, water fairies with turquoise wings that sound like murmuring rills, woodland fairies with emerald and jade wings, and fire fairies with smoky orange and black wings the color of flames.
  3. Personages: Izlyesende (a boy-fey), Allura-ella and Tessa-marine (girl-fey) in Ephraim’s Curious Device, Old Bony Blue Eyes, and Glitter Ponies.
  4. See fey-folk, brownie, and boggart in the Bestiarum Vocabulum. Also see “Care of a Fey-Folk Fairy (Part 1)” and “Care of a Fey-Folk Fairy (Part 2)

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