Humans probably can't do the whole morarchy- of - a- big- country thing because we're too greedy, but they can since they're Faeries. Plus, the king is so attached to his kingdom, he wouldn't be able to stand his people suffering.
I wonder how much of a sense of humor Oberon and Titania have. Remember how the last book talks about them playing with Rathina by giving her a little statue of a horse instead of a real one? Maybe they played tricks on eachother all the time. If I had a fanfiction account, I would write a whole story about them being goofy.
I probably would, if I wasn't afraid of my parents yelling at me for being on the computer for too long! My little sister decided that Oberon was a powerful- sounding name (I was telling her about how awesome he is), and started hollering "OOOBERRROOON!" in this big, deep voice. She's in the older half of elementary school, and sound carries well in our house, so I was embarrassed and tried really hard to get her to stop. Luckily she completely forgot what his name was within the next few hours.
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Whenever I try to discuss the books with my mom I get the feeling that she doesn't care much. My dad is definitely not the kind of person I would like to talk about books with, especially since he doesn't ever read books- outside of manuals for his software. The weird thing about that story is that I didn't even tell my sister what his voice is like!
Post by faeriefreak on Mar 30, 2011 18:34:48 GMT -5
I'm with you! I wonder if they eat what they ate what royalty ate in the real medieval times. Right now I'm learning about Europe in those times, they were really filthy and the plague was every where. Ok gross thought, the plague was caused from filthy flys I think. So when Faerie caught it did it mean the place was cover with disgusting bugs? It sounds so beautiful there that I don't think thats right.
no one can stop my dreams from coming true I will sail the ocean blue I will fall in love and make peace with just a dove and make the world of Faerie part of me you'll see
Post by mysticalfaeries on Jun 22, 2011 11:20:35 GMT -5
I think the plague in Faerie was something more magical than that, since it was Lear causing it and all.
And King Oberon is amazing, in my opinion. He was a great father, and loves his daughters and wife really dearly. And, of course, he is a great King who cares a lot for his country, and every loss stroke him as if it had been his own. He also went great measures to protect all Faerie.