Ellyn sighed softly, taking a moment to scroll through her text messages. Evidently, Faery was still wreaking havoc on electronic devices. As she turned the device off and turned it on again, she waited. Really, out of all of her friends alive, someone—anyone had to remember. Right?
As the messages reloaded, her hopes fell. No one remembered her birthday! The fae had hoped Nijah or her brothers had remembered. But, the evidence was strongly in favor of the contrary. Another sigh escaped her lips as she tossed the cell into her purse and she slipped on her shoes.
Sure, she had been away on the eighth, but, still! If they were going to forget, she might as well go out on her own. It took all of a minute to make up her mind before she headed out. She wasn’t sure where to go or who she would meet, but it had to be better than sitting at home alone.
There was an audible pop as she made the jump to a larger metropolitan city. Though she was unsure of what she wanted to do, she just started walking around. After all, her feet and intuition always lead her to the most interesting people and places. She had no doubt today would make up for the failure of her birthday. Earth realm was sooooo much more fun for such a day than being coated in the blood of one’s enemies in Faery.
"Carmilla", by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu:
A young woman living at her father’s castle is the narrator of this novella. When a mysterious and beautiful stranger is stranded at the castle in odd circumstances and becomes a guest, the heroine quickly forms a close bond with her —but she subsequently discovers that her “friend” has a dark and lethal secret.
The centerpiece of the high altar at St. Michael’s Church
Lorenzo Mattielli “Fall of the Angels” (1782) detail.
Move the ‘X’ to the box that most applies to your character.
[ X ] Lawful Good
Acts with compassion and a sense of duty. The type to uphold a sworn oath and will protect innocents at most costs.
[ ] Neutral good
Acts with in a positive manner, although will not value tradition or rules to act as such.
[ ] Chaotic Good
Acts with a rebellious, free-spirited nature but still quite positively. They do the right thing, but are often disorganized and/or not aligned with the rest of society.
[ ] Lawful Neutral -
Acts with a strong belief in concepts like honor, rules, and code. Typically places a strong faith in order- they obey or give orders.
[ ] True Neutral
They don’t align strongly with good or evil, nor do they with chaotic or lawful. They usually are undecided between the 4 sections or just gravitate right in the middle.
[ ] Chaotic Neutral -
Acts with strong individualist nature and they have a very ‘screw the rules!’ attitude. The individual will follow their heart and promote freedom, but theirs comes first.
[ ] Lawful Evil
Acts with honor, but don’t care in the slightest for the freedoms and rights of others. Very concerned with self-benefit at times, and will twist rules and codes to favor them.
[ ] Neutral Evil
Acts extremely selfishly with no problems concerning betraying others at a moment’s notice. They typically make allies just to further themselves.
[ ] Chaotic Evil
Acts with no respect for anything except their own desires and selfish goals. They place high value on freedom for the self, but do not care for others’ freedoms. Often associated with chaos and destruction.
she was really enjoying herself until she noticed me watching
HUMAN WHAT ARE YOU DOING
YOU’RE GOING TO PUT THIS ON YOUR HUMAN INTERNET AREN’T YOU
He laughed as he painted. “I’m not sure that makes this any better… And I’m pretty sure I could take a fairy and an orc.”
Her eyebrows rose as he commented and she found herself biting her bottom lip. A little tilt of her head was the beginning of a cheeky answer. “Not that I’d pay money to see that or anything. Krull’s gifted with fire magic and Naim holds dominion over earth and air…It wouldn’t be a very fair fight for you, love.”
"Unfair fights are my specialty, but you have a point. Naim I could take, but fire and I don’t get along well."
Nodding, she sent another message before turning off the screen of her cellphone. “Probably so, but, I’d prefer if you didn’t find out, Ricky…Especially ot until after tomorrow.”
Ellyn looked up from the dishes she was washing and glanced at him. “That depends, Klaus. Did you use the ones labeled ‘food safe’?”
"Hair only. I’m a big boy Aunt Elly."
"Of course you are! I’m just trying to make sure you don’t get everything wet. Wet pillows are uncomfortable….Here. Let me use the towel first." The fae stood up and leaned over a bit, draping the towel over his head. She grinned and rubbed it against his hair—whispering a quick drying spell as she worked. Pulling the towel away, she held it out to him. His hair was completely dry. "Here you go, sweety. I’m all done."