Notes & Commentary
July 11, 2013, Thursday
Consequences of the Fae
Transcriptions available here.
What dragon could ever speak out against greed?
Even dragons don't like faefolk. Maybe Doane's just been around dwarves too long? It's a bit more complicated than how Doane's presenting it. Bit of an homage to the old Spanish folktale "Toñino and the Fairies". It's nice to change yourself when you want it but it's not always pleasant to find that you've been altered without your consent by something other than nature. (Although, if you're into evolution, they probably would end up as they are in the future anyway.)
Not going with the cliché "evil is ugly, good is pretty". Different breeds of fairies beget different body types. This one is prickly!