I was very depressed, but you just made me laugh so hard there.
I was about to send you a message to tell you that it shouldn't happen too soon, but i guess we had the same thoughts. I'm already thinking about making everyone a little stronger later in the RP so they can beat fairytale, so this might be the solution for both Elene and Nami.
I don't think Takumi's goal is exactly that though xD i'm not sure what SD is thinking and he really won't tell me. But since we know each other for 3 years i'm sure it has to do with wings, he loves wings...
(I'm aware how much it sounds like I'm trying to overpower myself, BTW.) I hope Elene trying to get Gavin's aid in helping protect herself from the weaknesses is okay? I don't expect it to happen any time soon, but I think it's a nice goal to have beside something like Takumi's, which is "Get into Nami's pants". d:
This is very useful, and I really like it. I'm sure if there was someone who choosed fairy that it would be lots of fun in the IC thread. Plus I can remember this exactly how fairies were described in R+V, so it suits really well!
I'm really sorry I mentioned the fairy option too late ; if you want to have a fairy character, you're free to take it.
I'll add the fairy to my list tomorrow, i'm now taking a nap of 2/3 hours c: thank you for the help~
Righto~ The issue with describing fairies is that...well, there are a ridiculous amount of interpretations for the various concepts, in modern works and mythology.
A favorite of mine is the Fair Folk concept; apathetic tricksters who make twisted deals based on exact wording. Again, lots of sub-interpretations there, but the easiest one to adapt would be the True Fae from White Wolf's Changeling: The Lost.
They work by making "contracts" with others, and parts of reality itself. Where they come from, they can drain people's souls with thistles and brambles, which changes whoever is defeated by them into mutated and mindless Fey-creatures. Again, though, their main ability is contracts.
Like, say, air. Fairy makes a contract with Air, saying it will give Air the right to sustain its body if it will allow Fairy to walk on it. Or, Fairy makes a contract with Beauty; the deal being that Fairy will allow others to see Beauty by virtue of possessing it. The weakness would be that, if they break a contract, they're severely weakened, and they can only have a limited number at any one time. Also, it's common to give them a weakness to Cold Iron because of some grand faux-pas between Fairies at large and Cold Iron.
They can also make deals with humans, which are where their malevolence comes in. A human might expect a Fairy to stick to the spirit of the contract, instead of the letter, but a Fairy will do the opposite. So, Human says "I'll give you all of my money, if you clean my room." and Fairy agrees. Fairy destroys everything in the Human's room and blows the remains out of the window, leaving the room completely clean, and the Human has to give Fairy the money, else the Human will suffer whichever nasty end comes if they break the contract.