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Fae Folk

In Celtic folklore, the Faery Queen rules the realm of the Sidhe (pr."shee"), also called Tir na Og (Land of Youth), in that otherworldly place, time stood still, and neither age nor sickness could enter in. Those who strayed into the land of Faerie, according to legend, often found themselves waking up to discover that while they had experienced only a single night in the otherworld, on Earth, a hundred years had passed.

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Faerie Queen Mask.
The Faerie Queene
Titania
Lord of the Fae Mask.
Lord of the Fae
Oberon
The Dark Queen of Fae.
The Dark Queen
of the Unseelie Court
The Dark Lord of Fae.
The Dark Lord
of the Unseelie Court
White Sidhe.
White Sidhe
Purple Sidhe.
Purple Sidhe
Turquoise Sidhe
Turquoise Sidhe
Small Fae Mask.
Small Fae


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A Shapeshifting Symbol.
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