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 <​p>​The graceful Fae are the celebrators of life. Their nature tends to lean towards harmony and well-being, connected by the sharing of food, festivities,​ and the arts. Their delicate wings allow them to fly short distances, and range in colour as well as type, inheritable by parents. Their eyes range from any colour but can change dramatically depending on their mood or even change with the passing of seasons. They tend to be very emotional and sensitive beings, which feeds into their creative spirit. As a result, even their most inexperienced have an instinct toward good cooking and entertainment,​ allowing their festivities to centre around grand banquets and performances. They also appreciate the practice of art, often encouraging the crafting of ornamental items to showcase the beauty of nature and the workmanship coming together.</​p><​br>​ <​p>​The graceful Fae are the celebrators of life. Their nature tends to lean towards harmony and well-being, connected by the sharing of food, festivities,​ and the arts. Their delicate wings allow them to fly short distances, and range in colour as well as type, inheritable by parents. Their eyes range from any colour but can change dramatically depending on their mood or even change with the passing of seasons. They tend to be very emotional and sensitive beings, which feeds into their creative spirit. As a result, even their most inexperienced have an instinct toward good cooking and entertainment,​ allowing their festivities to centre around grand banquets and performances. They also appreciate the practice of art, often encouraging the crafting of ornamental items to showcase the beauty of nature and the workmanship coming together.</​p><​br>​
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 <li> Range for description is generally fairy, between human and pixie <li> Range for description is generally fairy, between human and pixie
 </​li><​li>​ Description can extend to a more classic fairy that is very small, or they can maintain human stature without ever being fully human. Their non-human traits can range anywhere from insect like to foliage based. This means body parts can resemble but not be replaced by floral or insectoid parts and they must remain mostly humanlike in appearance. </​li><​li>​ Description can extend to a more classic fairy that is very small, or they can maintain human stature without ever being fully human. Their non-human traits can range anywhere from insect like to foliage based. This means body parts can resemble but not be replaced by floral or insectoid parts and they must remain mostly humanlike in appearance.
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 </​li><​li>​ Typically they are human-sized with wings like various types of insects </​li><​li>​ Typically they are human-sized with wings like various types of insects
 </​li><​li>​ Children spawn from totems carved from wood by the parents of the respective fae</​li>​ </​li><​li>​ Children spawn from totems carved from wood by the parents of the respective fae</​li>​
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 +Fae are able to shift into any race and either biological sex with a one year cooldown. Once shifted, they stay shifted until the cooldown is over, and the cooldown triggers even when shifting back into a fae. A fae can only shift into playable races, except for golems, and only those which the character has seen through naming them. Fae do not get the racial perks of any of the races they shift into, and they are not disguised. Everyone can still recognize what they have named the Fae in the past. Fae are able to mate with others of the race they have shifted into.
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 +A fae cannot shift while waiting on their child to be born. A child from a fae is always the race of whatever they were when they were able to mate except in the case of two shifted fae, which will always result in a fae child (so that fae cannot steal children from other lines).
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