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Two-Natured —Weres (of any kind), Shape-Shifters or Mixed Species.

About Edit

The Two-Natured is a term that is applied to those that can change between two different forms, one more human like—example: Shape-shifters or Weres. Or, sometimes the term that can applied to a person of two different species—example: half Fey–half human. Anyone that has two different sides to them. There's quite a few of the Two-Natured around, with all the inbreeding with humans that has taken place over the years.[1]

Characteristics / NatureEdit

  • There are challenges and there are advantages. Both sides gain some of the other's abilities, making that person far stronger in either form than they would have been otherwise.[2]

Two-Natured Fey and ManifestingEdit

  • When a being's other side is ready to manifest, that other side will be intensely drawn to what or who will make them be born. [3]
  • When one of the Two-Natured reaches puberty, they usually come into their second self. If not, it tends to happen the first time they have intercourse with another Fey. The power unleashed is always considerable, and some families can feel it when a new child manifests.[4]
  • A Twin's birth of a Light Fey tends to be less dramatic than it is of rDark Fey[5]
  • Both sides gain some of the other's abilities, making you far stronger in either form than you would have been otherwise[6]
  • The power unleashed is always considerable, and some families can feel it when a new child manifests. [7]

Other DetailsEdit

  • The other side is referred to as the twin self, or just twin.
  • Fey women who are full-bloods want full-blooded children, for the prestige and also because many estates cannot be passed to half-bloods. Those who are already partly human also want a full-blood so as not to weaken the line further.[8]
  • Many estates cannot be passed to half-bloods—Mixed Species.[9]
  • The throne can only pass to someone with a majority of Fey blood.[10]

Known Two-Natured Edit

See Also Edit

Book References Edit

  1. "Buying Trouble", in On the Prowl ch. 6, p. 257
  2. "Buying Trouble", in On the Prowl ch. 6, p. 257
  3. "Buying Trouble" in On the Prowl, ch. 6, p. 262
  4. "Buying Trouble" in On the Prowl, ch. 6, p. 260–1
  5. "Buying Trouble" in On the Prowl, ch. 6, p. 261
  6. "Buying Trouble" in On the Prowl, ch. 6
  7. "Buying Trouble" in On the Prowl, ch. 6
  8. "Buying Trouble" in On the Prowl, ch. 6, p. 262
  9. "Buying Trouble" in On the Prowl, ch. 6, p. 262
  10. "Buying Trouble" in On the Prowl, ch. 6, p. 262

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