- Why the Fairy Kingdom and its various species won't use their magic to prevent wars - their own and those on worlds they're divinely commissioned to keep an eye on (i.e. Earth). Given all magical species feel they are superior to non-magical ones, why not intervene to save us from ourselves? (One answer to this is some magical species do despise humanity so are quite happy to see us destroy ourselves).
- Why the Fairy Kingdom won't use its magical skills to at least help inspire those trying to find disease cures. Generally the magical world considers this is something we should do for ourselves.
- How does magic work? If there is anything the Fairy Kingdom really hates, it is having to give explanations for anything.
- Why are you magical? What was special about your world that you were given the magical powers? The Fairy Kingdom definitely won't answer this one. They don't like the resentment behind this for one thing. For another thing, they don't know!
- How did the Fairy Kingdom decide to use its magic the way it does? How did it come up with its rules? Again, the Kingdom won't answer this. They don't want to explain. The rules have been worked out over centuries (usually as a result of magical wars. This is a little like British democracy coming about over centuries with different struggles/conflicts moving the process on - Simon de Montfort's campaigns were one struggle, Magna Carta was another, women getting the vote was another, just to name some examples).
I'm Allison Symes and I write novels, short stories as well as some scripts and poems. I love setting my work in my magical world, the Fairy Kingdom, and my favourite character is Eileen, who believes hypocrisy is something that happens to other people without caring that statement is hypocritical in itself! Eileen is huge fun to write for and about.