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  • Fair Folk
  • Fair Folk
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  • We all know that in popular culture, Fair Folks such as fairies, spirtes, and elves tend to be portrayed as a hero/ally for protagonists where famous examples would be Tinker Bell and Fairy Godmother. But if we dig their origins in myth, we would know that original Fairies of folklore were far from the sweet and innocent beings we have come to see them as in modern times. As threat, they can also become terrifying force to be reckoned with just like when dealing the demons or hellspawns.
  • Fair Folk are the characters lead by King Eidilleg in Disney's The Black Cauldron.
  • The Fair folk are nearly human-like beings that are nearly immortal. They tend to be very good-looking, hence the name. They are known to be extremely dedicated to staying neutral in every circumstance. They have a city in the preserve of Wyrmroost.
  • Fair Folk may refer to: * Elves (especially the Eldar) * Fairies
  • Fair Folk is a term used to describe the beings who dwell beyond the elemental poles in the Wyld. The mortals of Creation believe (and they're not entirely wrong to think so) that the raksha are listening for, and summoned by, mention of their racial name. Thus, mortals refer to the denizens of the Wyld as "the Fair Folk", hoping to win their favor through flattery. Image:Game-Exalted.png This Exalted-related article is a stub. You can help WWWiki by fixing it.
  • As a rule, Fair Folk were distrustful of humans and believed them foolish and clumsy. Eiddileg maintained that Prydain had belonged to his people before the coming of "thick-skulled" humans, who (according to his account) had driven the Fair Folk underground and plundered their treasures.
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Alignment
  • Good
Goal
  • To enjoy childhood
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behaviour
  • Childish, nice, cute, comical, pleasant, adorable
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Inspiration
  • The Fair Folk from The Chronicles of Prydain
Voice
  • Brandon Call
  • Lindsey Rich
Appearance
  • Tiny, skinny, winged
Abilities
  • Flight, invisibility, metamorphosis
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Fate
  • Help Taran and his friends out of their cave
Home
  • The cave
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Films
  • The Black Cauldron
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  • We all know that in popular culture, Fair Folks such as fairies, spirtes, and elves tend to be portrayed as a hero/ally for protagonists where famous examples would be Tinker Bell and Fairy Godmother. But if we dig their origins in myth, we would know that original Fairies of folklore were far from the sweet and innocent beings we have come to see them as in modern times. As threat, they can also become terrifying force to be reckoned with just like when dealing the demons or hellspawns.
  • Fair Folk is a term used to describe the beings who dwell beyond the elemental poles in the Wyld. The mortals of Creation believe (and they're not entirely wrong to think so) that the raksha are listening for, and summoned by, mention of their racial name. Thus, mortals refer to the denizens of the Wyld as "the Fair Folk", hoping to win their favor through flattery. The unshaped Fair Folk who remain beyond the edges of Creation are hostile to all things of constant shape and form. A great number of Fair Folk, however, have entered the world and taken on shape. The vast majority of these beings are inimical to the beings of Creation — hunting down humans and feeding on their hopes and dreams — but a few do live among men as either lords or simple citizens. During the Great Contagion, the Host of Faerie rode out in a great crusade to bring an end to the blasphemy of shaped existence. It might well have even won had the Scarlet Empress not succeeded in bringing the Realm's magical defenses to bear against them. Image:Game-Exalted.png This Exalted-related article is a stub. You can help WWWiki by fixing it.
  • Fair Folk are the characters lead by King Eidilleg in Disney's The Black Cauldron.
  • The Fair folk are nearly human-like beings that are nearly immortal. They tend to be very good-looking, hence the name. They are known to be extremely dedicated to staying neutral in every circumstance. They have a city in the preserve of Wyrmroost.
  • As a rule, Fair Folk were distrustful of humans and believed them foolish and clumsy. Eiddileg maintained that Prydain had belonged to his people before the coming of "thick-skulled" humans, who (according to his account) had driven the Fair Folk underground and plundered their treasures. File:Fairy cave.jpg Eiddileg and Doli both lamented the human habit of grabbing one of the Fair Folk and forcing him to produce an enchantment as "payment". Many or perhaps all Fair Folk behaved disagreeably with humans; Eiddeleg was vociferous and accusatory with the Companions, who had blundered into his realm; Doli's demeanor was generally gruff and critical; Gwystyl was gloomy and unhospitable. This attitude may have been a facade in order take a human's measure, or it may have represented their true feelings.
  • Fair Folk may refer to: * Elves (especially the Eldar) * Fairies
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