- Fairy godmothers. For when they get things wrong. In the early part of Rodish's Council career, this would have meant Rodish interrogating Eileen 24/7 which would not have gone down well. Neither would enjoy the experience - Eileen would make sure of that. And there would be a very good chance Rodish would have more than his ear magically bent!
- Roherum's boss. To find out why the Fairy News Network interviewed Roherum yet alone employ him. To try and find out what went wrong and how FNN are working to ensure this kind of failure never happens again.
- L'Evallier. Rodish would want to quiz the Chief Elf about the elves' hatred of dwarfs. In fairness L'Evallier would return the compliment by quizzing Rodish about the dwarvish hatred of elves. Neither dwarf nor elf, historically, comes out of this with any kind of credit. (Rodish and L'Evallier do acknowledge that).
- The Chief Witch. In common with most dwarfs, Rodish was never afraid of confrontation though here he would want to keep it to the verbal kind. The Witch would not oblige though. One hint of a question she did not like and that would be the end of Rodish. There are some people you just don't interrogate.
- Jenny. Rodish would want Eileen's daughter to accept her half-magical identity and to use it to help the Fairy Kingdom. Rodish, knowing the realm's history and that it hasn't always come off best in wars with other worlds, would want Jenny as a kind of "surprise" weapon, the surprise being nobody quite knows what a hybrid magical being would be capable of and the dwarf things utilizing that could be useful.
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.