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Titania & Oberon
According to fae mythology, Titania (11T5#`B`C) and Oberon (w^7R5^) were the first male and female fairies of Qirsyllviar. They are revered as the High King & High Queen of all fairies, both of the human-sized fairies of Alfheim and of the diminutive pixies of the surface. Most people believe them to have been real historical figures, and many believe they still exist.
High Queen Titania is believed to guard and tend the mystical tree Sylkorphine and the garden that bears her name, the whereabouts of High King Oberon are unknown.
No one knows why, but fairies generally hold Titania in higher regard than Oberon.
|High Queen Titania is often described as having butterfly-like wings that change color depending on her emotions. She is often described as having purple hair with green highlights that goes down to her waist, golden eyes and pale skin.
Most sources describe the apparel she wears as a semi-transparent silken dress with barefoot sandals, a gold ringlet crown, and a choker with a ruby bauble.
Titania is regarded as the giver of life and protector of the dead, as well as the personification of spring and nature itself.
Popular legends say that she was the maker of the faerish calendar.
|High King Oberon is often described as having butterfly-like wings that change color depending on his emotions.
He is often described as having pitch black hair as dark as the night sky that goes down to his ankles, emerald green eyes, and pale skin.
Most sources describe the apparel he wears as a dark green robe with sandals and a gold crown with seven points.
Puck (qz'U) is a servant of Titania and Oberon in popular mythology.
Children of Titania & Oberon
The legendary offspring of Titania and Oberon. Each of them specialized in their own type of magic. Many of their children are the namesakes of the faerish calendar
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