Fae is a term used to describe people who are not entirely human. It more or less means different.[1] Zachary Palmer seems to use both the term fae and the term fairy interchangeably.[2]

Nightingale said it was used in a way that resembles how we use the terms foreigner or barbarian.

The Fair Folk Edit

The Fair Folk (or high fae or elves) are, according to old literature, a type of fae connected with unicorns. Unlike other fae they appear to live in another dimension, parallel to our own world. They are known to kidnap children.[3] Probably the kind that kidnapped Nicole Lacey and Hannah Marstowe.

They avoid the old Roman roads.[4]

Falloy Edit

According to Joseph Malzeard a Falloy is half human, one eighth unseelie fae and three eighth seelie fae.[5]

People called fae (or part fae)Edit

References Edit

  1. Broken Homes
  2. Whispers Under Ground
  3. The Furthest Station
  4. Foxglove Summer
  5. The Hanging Tree
  6. Whispers Under Ground
  7. Broken Homes
  8. Foxglove Summer
  9. The Hanging Tree
  10. Foxglove Summer
  11. Detective Stories
  12. Foxglove Summer