FAIRY - A1081358 - - Brooklyn Please Share: ***TO BE DESTROYED 07/19/16***Thirteen week old Fairy was brought into the shelter system with a half dozen littermates. He and the rest of his posse were already altered by the finder when they arrived at the Brookyn Center. Fairy is a bit perplexed by his current situation; but, is doing fairly well in the shelter system. Unfortunately, he caught the dreaded shelter cold and now he must make a fast exit. Fairy needs a Fairy
Circe Invidiosa by John William Waterhouse (1892) In Greek mythology, Circe is a minor goddess of magic (or sometimes a nymph, witch, enchantress or sorceress), described in Homer's Odyssey as "The loveliest of all immortals". In this picture Circe empties a bowl of green poison into the waters half standing on the already transformed Scylla into dreadful monster.
Ariel // This magical spirit was discovered by the magician Prospero imprisoned in a tree, a "cloven pine," where the dreadful witch, Sycorax (who is dead already at the time of this story), left him. Prospero, being a magician of great power, liberated Ariel, but bound the fairy to his service ever after, tantalizing him with half-promises of future freedom . . .
Baron Llywellyn de la Rhoyce. Human Paladin of St. Solaire (patron of light). Lawful Good. One of only two barons to remain neutral in the de Lacy/Cour de Leon feud. The only leader trusted by both factions to command the combined Alegraean forces in the Shelmasian War.
shortcuttothestars: So ready for Krigslive: Valhal, the LARP I’m going to this weekend! I’ll be gone from tomorrow till Sunday, fighting and drinking like the old Gods wanted it!EDIT: Yes, this is real chainmail and real metal bracers. This costume weights about 15kg/34lbs