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Fae' can also be used as a collective term instead of describing one specific race. Classifications for fae include that of disposition, Seelie Court (Light) and Unseelie Court (Dark), and whether they live as a community (Troop) or on their own (Solitary). There are fey in every culture when the term is stretched to its broadest definition.
Types of Fae
In mythology and folklore 'fae' encompasses many magical creatures including, but not limited to:
- Sidhe (pronounced "shee")