As the official start of summer gets underway steadily, the Fair Folk pack their caravans and begin to slowly, quietly, drift into the tors and mounds which they call passageways to their home. They leave as quickly as they arrived, with passerby’s never the wiser.
Thank you so much to everyone who participated in the Third Fey March! You guys astounded once again with the theme, and I wanted a moment to showcase all the entries for the month of July.
Here are those who put their creativity into the theme this month:
- Doctor Necrotic put his traditional weird and wild spin on the Fair Folk, including explaining how they fit into a planar setting. Creatures of Faerie Ramon’s Look at the Fey A Fair Folk Addendum
- DeltaMonk of Plastic Polyhedra brings us a post inspired by ‘Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrel’ (which I’ve been needing to watch at some point) as well as a roller for fey-based quirks for NPC’s RPG Blog Carnival – A Band of Fair Folk RPG Blog Carnival – One Roll Fae NPCs
- Gonz over at Codex Anathema talks about Order, Life and Harmony, talking about the Fae in the Ravnica setting of Magic: The Gathering.
- Campaign Mastery says that The glass is half-something: two variations on Fey and I can’t wait to see what is brewed up on the other side of Faerie Land here.
- A wanderer across the Sea of Stars brings us how the Faerie Folk operate in said setting The Third Fey March in the Sea of Stars – RPG Blog Carnival
- And of course, the Lady of Faerie’s own creations Friends from the Faerie Side