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The History of Fae by ColeMarie Soleil – Today!

ColeMarie in Wandering Woods, taken by herself

ColeMarie says:
I will be giving an hour long class today at 11 am SLT at “The Wandering Woods” @ Fantasy Faire

We will be discussing folklore, fae realms, historical faerie tidbits, talking about the various magical things that make up the mystical world of faeries! I am pretty sure I know what I am doing, maybe. So come join us for a little bit of fun, a little bit of avatar watching/inspecting, and I’m sure lots of laughs as I pretend to be super serious for an hour!

What could go wrong?!


Friends, we’ve come to the end of yet another Fantasy Faire season, our 12th in fact, as the magic of the Fairelands begins to fade once more into the mists. We brought you classes on how to breathe life into your fantasy role plays as well as create your perfect roleplay environment. We did our very best to bring you stories written by those who love roleplay and find joy in performing them for you. I thank our wonderful spinners of yarns, and the teachers who were kind enough to share with us their wisdom.

Last year, the Roleplay section was thrilled to have raised L773,401.00 or 3070.54 American dollars. It was more than we’d ever raised before. This year, I am so proud and humbled to say that between the wonderful roleplay groups and the very gifted teachers who graced our classrooms, we, the Roleplay section raised a grand total of L2,543,194 or 10,174.77 American dollars! You all were generous beyond words and we thank you, thank you so very much for your kindness and unwavering support as we did our best to attempt to defeat the dreaded Unweaver.

Thanks to all who attended our events. We hope that you enjoyed them, and thank you for supporting this most important and worthy cause. Once again, you are all amazing and we hope to see everyone again next year!

With much gratitude,
Stevie Basevi
2020 Fantasy Faire Roleplay Coordinator

“Many Realms – One Vision. Fantasy Faire 2020: Building a World Without Cancer”