History PlayingWith / TheFairFolk

2nd May '15 2:23:40 PM VPhantom
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* '''Deconstructed''':
** The Fair Folk try to continue their mischief and mayhem into the modern age, only to [[TheUnmasquedWorld be revealed]] and find out that MugglesDoItBetter. [[KryptoniteIsEverywhere Also, we have industrialised steel production now.]]
** Fae and human have dispute. Fae points out [[LoopholeAbuse loophole]] that would win him case, however, judge points out they can disregard evidence and judges into human's favor.
* '''Reconstructed''':
** The Fair Folk adapt to the modern age quite nicely, adding [[TheCracker ruthless hacking]] and deadly {{Magitek}} weapons to their arsenal. Turns out that [[ExactWords exact words apply to]] [[ColdIron their weakness]] too. Meaning it's only 100% pure, unheated-throught-nonnnatural iron that is problem. Something you won't find easily these days.
** After that, fae points out this system is flawed and easy to corrupt, stating it isn't justice if you [[SelectiveObliviousness choose what to take in account and what not]] and goes on to cause uproar into entire human society and [[ObstructiveBureaucrat destroy]] [[BadassBureucrat it]] legally.

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* '''Deconstructed''':
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'''Deconstructed''': The Fair Folk try to continue their mischief and mayhem into the modern age, only to [[TheUnmasquedWorld be revealed]] and find out that MugglesDoItBetter. [[KryptoniteIsEverywhere Also, we have industrialised steel production now.]]
** Fae and human have dispute. Fae points out [[LoopholeAbuse loophole]] that would win him case, however, judge points out they can disregard evidence and judges into human's favor.
* '''Reconstructed''':
**
'''Reconstructed''': The Fair Folk adapt to the modern age quite nicely, adding [[TheCracker ruthless hacking]] and deadly {{Magitek}} weapons to their arsenal. Turns out that [[ExactWords exact words apply to]] [[ColdIron their weakness]] too. Meaning it's only 100% pure, unheated-throught-nonnnatural iron that is problem. Something a problem, something you won't find easily these days.
** After that, fae points out this system is flawed and easy to corrupt, stating it isn't justice if you [[SelectiveObliviousness choose what to take in account and what not]] and goes on to cause uproar into entire human society and [[ObstructiveBureaucrat destroy]] [[BadassBureucrat it]] legally.
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2nd May '15 10:44:10 AM Berrenta
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** The Fair Folk are as bad as {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, if not ones themselves [[note]]eldritch means elven, so this isn't technically exxageration.[[/note]]

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** The Fair Folk are as bad as {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, if not ones themselves [[note]]eldritch means elven, so this isn't technically exxageration.[[/note]]themselves.



** Fae and human have dispute . Fae points out [[LoopholeAbuse loophole]] that would win him case, however, judge points out they can disregard evidence and judges into human's favor.

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** Fae and human have dispute .dispute. Fae points out [[LoopholeAbuse loophole]] that would win him case, however, judge points out they can disregard evidence and judges into human's favor.



** The Fair Folk adapt to the modern age quite nicely, adding [[TheCracker ruthless hacking]] and deadly {{Magitek}} weapons to their arsenal.
Turns out that [[ExactWords exact words apply to]] [[ColdIron their]] [[Kryptonite weakness]] too. Meaning it's only 100% pure, unheated-throught-nonnnatural iron that is problem. Something you won't find easily these days.

to:

** The Fair Folk adapt to the modern age quite nicely, adding [[TheCracker ruthless hacking]] and deadly {{Magitek}} weapons to their arsenal.
arsenal. Turns out that [[ExactWords exact words apply to]] [[ColdIron their]] [[Kryptonite their weakness]] too. Meaning it's only 100% pure, unheated-throught-nonnnatural iron that is problem. Something you won't find easily these days.
25th Feb '15 11:09:00 AM VPhantom
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** The Fair Folk are as bad as {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, if not ones themselves [[note: eldritch means elven, so this isn't technically exxageration.]]

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** The Fair Folk are as bad as {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, if not ones themselves [[note: eldritch [[note]]eldritch means elven, so this isn't technically exxageration.]][[/note]]
25th Feb '15 11:08:19 AM VPhantom
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* '''Deconstructed''': The Fair Folk try to continue their mischief and mayhem into the modern age, only to [[TheUnmasquedWorld be revealed]] and find out that MugglesDoItBetter. [[KryptoniteIsEverywhere Also, we have industrialised steel production now.]]
Fae and human have dispute . Fae points out [[LoopholeAbuse loophole]] that would win him case, however, judge points out they can disregard evidence and judges into human's favor.
* '''Reconstructed''': The Fair Folk adapt to the modern age quite nicely, adding [[TheCracker ruthless hacking]] and deadly {{Magitek}} weapons to their arsenal.

to:

* '''Deconstructed''': '''Deconstructed''':
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The Fair Folk try to continue their mischief and mayhem into the modern age, only to [[TheUnmasquedWorld be revealed]] and find out that MugglesDoItBetter. [[KryptoniteIsEverywhere Also, we have industrialised steel production now.]]
** Fae and human have dispute . Fae points out [[LoopholeAbuse loophole]] that would win him case, however, judge points out they can disregard evidence and judges into human's favor.
* '''Reconstructed''': '''Reconstructed''':
**
The Fair Folk adapt to the modern age quite nicely, adding [[TheCracker ruthless hacking]] and deadly {{Magitek}} weapons to their arsenal.



After that, fae points out this system is flawed and easy to corrupt, stating it isn't justice if you [[SelectiveObliviousness choose what to take in account and what not]] and goes on to cause uproar into entire human society and [[ObstructiveBureaucrat destroy]] [[BadassBureucrat it]] legally.

to:

** After that, fae points out this system is flawed and easy to corrupt, stating it isn't justice if you [[SelectiveObliviousness choose what to take in account and what not]] and goes on to cause uproar into entire human society and [[ObstructiveBureaucrat destroy]] [[BadassBureucrat it]] legally.
25th Feb '15 9:28:53 AM sidhewithblueeyes
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** The Fair Folk are as bad as {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, if not ones themselves.

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** The Fair Folk are as bad as {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, if not ones themselves.themselves [[note: eldritch means elven, so this isn't technically exxageration.]]
25th Feb '15 9:27:29 AM sidhewithblueeyes
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Fae and human have dispute . Fae points out [[LoopholeAbuse loophole]] that would win him case, however, judge points out they can disregard evidence and judges into human's favor.


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Turns out that [[ExactWords exact words apply to]] [[ColdIron their]] [[Kryptonite weakness]] too. Meaning it's only 100% pure, unheated-throught-nonnnatural iron that is problem. Something you won't find easily these days.
After that, fae points out this system is flawed and easy to corrupt, stating it isn't justice if you [[SelectiveObliviousness choose what to take in account and what not]] and goes on to cause uproar into entire human society and [[ObstructiveBureaucrat destroy]] [[BadassBureucrat it]] legally.
28th Jan '15 10:50:12 PM VPhantom
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* '''Zig Zagged''': Some fairies are evil, others aren't. Some fairies may swing alignments depending on the situation.
** Fey morality is abstractly recognizable by humans. But fey have the [[NightmareFuel psychology of]] [[KidsAreCruel teenagers]].

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Some fairies are evil, others aren't. Some fairies may swing alignments depending on the situation.
** Fey morality is abstractly recognizable by humans. But fey have the [[NightmareFuel psychology of]] [[KidsAreCruel teenagers]].{{teen|sAreMonsters}}agers.
28th Jan '15 4:37:02 PM jastay3
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** TheFairFolk are neither cruel nor evil. In fact they are tenderhearted and think of humans as pets. Now how do you treat your pet?


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**Fey morality is abstractly recognizable by humans. But fey have the [[NightmareFuel psychology of]] [[KidsAreCruel teenagers]].
25th Jul '14 9:14:05 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** The Fair Folk turn out to be the medieval-fantasy equivalent of Internet's {{Troll}}s, and their nefarious antics include painting canvas depicting obscene / disturbing scenes and [[ShockSite setting them on public places for humans to gasp at them]], starting [[FlameWar inflammatory (yet inconsequential) arguments among townsfolk]] and then watching from a distance as chaos ensues, and propagating obnoxious trends / catch-phrases [[MemeticMutation that spread through kingdoms as if they were a plague]]. BonusPoints if they speak in a nigh incomprehensible amalgam of YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe and LeetLingo!

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** The Fair Folk turn out to be the medieval-fantasy equivalent of Internet's {{Troll}}s, and their nefarious antics include painting canvas depicting obscene / disturbing scenes and [[ShockSite setting them on public places for humans to gasp at them]], starting [[FlameWar inflammatory (yet inconsequential) arguments among townsfolk]] and then watching from a distance as chaos ensues, and propagating obnoxious trends / catch-phrases [[MemeticMutation that spread through kingdoms as if they were a plague]]. BonusPoints if they They speak in a nigh incomprehensible amalgam of YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe and LeetLingo!
16th Oct '13 7:03:17 PM Luigifan
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** TheFairFolk, sometimes do [[ShroudedInMyth spread rumors about their dangerously erratic behavior]] among mortals, however. That is mostly to scare them away from the fairy mounds where they live.

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** TheFairFolk, TheFairFolk sometimes do [[ShroudedInMyth spread rumors about their dangerously erratic behavior]] among mortals, however. That is mostly to scare them away from the fairy mounds where they live.



Which means, several of them have a bounty on them from the King of Otherworld. If you can catch one you will be granted riches untold, a bountiful harvest, or whatever.

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Which means, several of them have a bounty on them from the King of Otherworld. If you can catch one one, you will be granted riches untold, a bountiful harvest, or whatever.



* '''Double Subverted''':The Fair Folk are mischevious {{tricksters}}, but cause nothing more than minor mischief and annoyance... until the opprotunity to wreak true mayhem arises, and they take it with gleeful abandon.

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* '''Double Subverted''':The Subverted''': The Fair Folk are mischevious {{tricksters}}, but cause nothing more than minor mischief and annoyance... until the opprotunity opportunity to wreak true mayhem arises, and they take it with gleeful abandon.



* '''Zig Zagged''': Some fairies are evil, others arent. Some fairies may swing alignments depending on the situation.

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* '''Zig Zagged''': Some fairies are evil, others arent.aren't. Some fairies may swing alignments depending on the situation.



** The mortals in this town all wear [[ColdIron Iron]] jewelry wherever they go, hang [[ColdIron iron]] knives and [[HolyBurnsEvil saints relics]] on their beds and ring their [[RuleOfThree iron]] [[HolyBurnsEvil Church bells]] continuously. In fact, their whole specialty is iron-smithing. They only sleep in daylight rather then risk being caught asleep in the dark. They constantly inspect their mills and kilns for unexpected "gifts". And all new babies are delivered in the church and right away baptized with [[HolyBurnsEvil holy water]] lest they be abducted. Furthermore they keep a list of the [[IKnowYourTrueName true names]] of every fey in FairyLand [[RuleOfThree copied in triplicate]] in the town archives as a deterrent. They never make deals with strangers, especially those of peculiar appearance; and they certainly don't wish to be given treasure. And they never ever go into TheLostWoods. TheFairFolk aren't gonna [[CrazyPrepared get the drop on them]].

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** The mortals in this town all wear [[ColdIron Iron]] jewelry wherever they go, hang [[ColdIron iron]] knives and [[HolyBurnsEvil saints relics]] on their beds and ring their [[RuleOfThree iron]] [[HolyBurnsEvil Church bells]] continuously. In fact, their whole specialty is iron-smithing. They only sleep in daylight rather then than risk being caught asleep in the dark. They constantly inspect their mills and kilns for unexpected "gifts". And all new babies are delivered in the church and right away baptized with [[HolyBurnsEvil holy water]] lest they be abducted. Furthermore Furthermore, they keep a list of the [[IKnowYourTrueName true names]] of every fey in FairyLand [[RuleOfThree copied in triplicate]] in the town archives as a deterrent. They never make deals with strangers, especially those of peculiar appearance; and they certainly don't wish to be given treasure. And they never ever go into TheLostWoods. TheFairFolk aren't gonna [[CrazyPrepared get the drop on them]].



** The QuirkyTown of mortals and TheFairFolk have been traditionally playing practical jokes on each other for generations, know each other's strength's and weaknesses and regard each other as [[FriendlyEnemy Friendly Enemies]]. When the Fair Folk put the Come Hither spell on a mortal, they will take him to a pub in Otherworld, get him drunk and make fun of him for being outwitted, and then release him with no worse then a hangover. When a mortal catches a fairy in the open while the sun is out he will take him to the mortals' pub so the mortals can make fun of him and then release him at sunset.
** The Fair Folk turn to be the medieval-fantasy equivalent of Internet's {{Troll}}s, and their nefarious antics include painting canvas depicting obscene / disturbing scenes and [[ShockSite setting them on public places for humans to gasp at them]], starting [[FlameWar inflamatory (yet inconsequential) arguments among townsfolk]] and then watching from distance as chaos ensues, and propagating obnoxious trends / catch-phrases [[MemeticMutation that spread through kingdoms as if they were a plague]]. BonusPoints if they speak in a nigh incomprehensible amalgam of YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe and LeetLingo!

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** The QuirkyTown of mortals and TheFairFolk have been traditionally playing practical jokes on each other for generations, know each other's strength's and weaknesses weaknesses, and regard each other as [[FriendlyEnemy Friendly Enemies]]. When the Fair Folk put the Come Hither spell on a mortal, they will take him to a pub in Otherworld, get him drunk drunk, and make fun of him for being outwitted, and then release him with no worse then a hangover. When a mortal catches a fairy in the open while the sun is out out, he will take him to the mortals' pub so the mortals can make fun of him and then release him at sunset.
** The Fair Folk turn out to be the medieval-fantasy equivalent of Internet's {{Troll}}s, and their nefarious antics include painting canvas depicting obscene / disturbing scenes and [[ShockSite setting them on public places for humans to gasp at them]], starting [[FlameWar inflamatory inflammatory (yet inconsequential) arguments among townsfolk]] and then watching from a distance as chaos ensues, and propagating obnoxious trends / catch-phrases [[MemeticMutation that spread through kingdoms as if they were a plague]]. BonusPoints if they speak in a nigh incomprehensible amalgam of YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe and LeetLingo!



** TheFairFolk are afraid of mortals. They kidnap those who go near their mounds and fiddle with their minds only because [[HeKnowsTooMuch they have learned to much]]

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** TheFairFolk are afraid of mortals. They kidnap those who go near their mounds and fiddle with their minds only because [[HeKnowsTooMuch they have learned to too much]]
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