Difference between revisions of "Outer Fire"

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====crazy fire birds====
 
====crazy fire birds====
 
occasionally powerful fay descend and ravage the upper layers of Faierie. These creatures are iconic of the Outer Fire: A creature of pure fire and magic, with no definite shape. These fay are only stopped by the fact they they burn out within a few minutes.
 
occasionally powerful fay descend and ravage the upper layers of Faierie. These creatures are iconic of the Outer Fire: A creature of pure fire and magic, with no definite shape. These fay are only stopped by the fact they they burn out within a few minutes.
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: Yes!  Very cool idea!  This would really be a form of the classic "fire elemental".  Do we want to include elementals in Faierie as a distinct concept, or are there merely more or less exotic forms of Fay?

Revision as of 21:43, 15 April 2008

The info here is in a state of flux, everything can be changed!

The idea of the Outer Fire is that, instead of outer space, Faierie is surrounded by a void of fire. It need not be exceedingly hot (or Faierie would burn up), and fluctuates in temperature. Its color could change as well, or have lumps of hot and cold fire which emulate the sun and moon. The major difference is that the fire consumes anything which journeys too far away from Faierie, reducing it to Fay dust, which floats back down.

if things become more permanent when they get to the center of the earth, then they should become more temporary and Malleable as they get near the Outer Fire.

crazy fire birds

occasionally powerful fay descend and ravage the upper layers of Faierie. These creatures are iconic of the Outer Fire: A creature of pure fire and magic, with no definite shape. These fay are only stopped by the fact they they burn out within a few minutes.

Yes! Very cool idea! This would really be a form of the classic "fire elemental". Do we want to include elementals in Faierie as a distinct concept, or are there merely more or less exotic forms of Fay?