Every 100 decades each of the Courts, Summer, Autumn, Winter and Fall are required to send one of their one into the world of humans, to make a changeling.
This last round was more important than they had ever had to, for it was at the peak of the war that these Fae children were thrown into the chaos of the human world. An even more important factor, they all had to be runners for the throne of each court. That was twenty-one years ago. The fae children were tossed into the iron jungle, without a reference to their true selves.
That however is no longer the case, each of these Fae are eligible to fight for the throne and some Fae believe that it is their right to sway the individuals, to show them where they came from.
Yet a heavy fear lays over all of the courts, the war has been drawn on for long enough, even long for the lives of the Fae. Between the courts stands a tree, a tree that sustains the life forces of every single Fae’s home. The strain on the land, the Fae’s hearts is beginning to kill it. This needs to end now, and everything sits upon the shoulders of the four.
The Fae world is full of action, adventure, love, betrayal, lust, anger, turmoil and it is all but thrusting itself upon the expecting changelings.
The Winter Court typically represents what people see as the malevolent side of the Fae. The fae of this court seemingly frown upon humans. They’re more inclined to talk about their ope cruelty. This makes them look none other than evil, however one chooses to define evil. The Winter Court has free reign over winter solstice and autumn equinox months, and are strongest during that time. By and by, the fae of this court are sensible, chilled, dark, baleful, and what have you. They are the epitome of winter.
The Spring Court is typically seen as the much “calmer” ones to the benevolence of the Fae compared to Summer. The fae of this court are generally polite and bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. These fae are more apt to lure humans in with sweet dew. They also have blossoming curiosity. The Spring Court is strongest during the ends of winter and throughout the spring season, despite the Summer Court having reigned. These fae are peppy, quiet, seductive, emotional, and vernal obviously. The epitome of spring.
The Summer Court typically represents what people see as the benevolent side of the Fae. The fae of this court are generally considered more polite or mannered, albeit they are still very capable of cruelty (but will be more hush-hush, or subtle about it). The Summer Court has free reign over summer solstice and spring equinox months, and are strongest during that time. Needless to say, the fae of this court are frivolous, venereal, hot-headed and what have you. They are the epitome of summer.
The Autumn Court is typically seen as the equally malevolent side of Fae in comparison to Winter, but much more middling. The fae of this court are generally the ones doing the “dirty work” and “trooping”. However, these fae can have much nicer sides than any of the Fae and return great favors. The Autumn Court is strongest during the ends of summer and throughout the autumn season. These fae are strong, mystique, eerie, ravishing all the same, and devious. The epitome of autumn.
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