Let's just say each one of the star species varies. Like, each one of them is unique and different from one another, just like snowflakes. Nothing definite for the whole species.Feel free to look at this link for reference.
IDK, all I know is that faes and fairies are the same, just different names for one species (fae/faerie/faeie/fairy).Also, if you check out the Species topic, you can see that the fairies are separated from the elementals which have subspecies based on the element — sylph is to air, etc.
Centaurs are creatures found in Greek mythology. Same with dryads which are technically tree or forest nymphs (which also have their own species and subspecies in the Species topic). Furies, or Erinyes, also hail from Greek mythos and are known to be chthonic deities of vengeance.I don't know what's your base but we obviously have different sources since in here, fae's just another name for fairies in folklore.Also, seer is another term for an oracle, prophet, clairvoyant, etc.But since I'm not so fond of arguments, I mighf just add 'Fae' as a whole new species in the Species topic since we're not talking about Greek mythology here.
Nay. 18th century. Western Europe, England.Got that with Corina's help. Which also reminds me, I should put it up with the gen info.
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