These are treated with caution in the magical world. “Quacks” are known here too. Prophecies are expected to be rooted in reality and to be specific in detail (not necessarily in giving names but enough information to prove it isn’t being made up) and records are kept of when prophecies were fulfilled. Those claiming to see visions are interrogated by the Council. To date no manifestation has proven to be genuine and FNN regularly debunk the notion. To date “mistaken” old women are sent back home and told not to bother anyone again. There has been an increase in witch numbers. Eileen has been one of the few to wonder if there was a link. She knows she wouldn’t want her judgement questioned. If she had a manifestion, she’d expect people to believe her. It is perhaps as well she has not had one. The Kingdom would never hear the last of it.
Almost anything that the Fairy Queen is against (though in fairness she does try to make sure most of her Council agree with her on most things she categorizes as lawless). She is keen to uphold law and order, being only too well aware of what happened to the realm’s last careless ruler, Gwendolyn.
The Queen tries not to speak this word, almost considering it a swear word. For one thing she has seen what humans do using commercial need as an excuse. Secondly she really does not understand the need to make money, given she has always had plenty of her own. Eileen is more sympathetic to the commercial world and had hoped her books might have been more accessible to the Kingdom. However, to achieve that, she would have had to have been a lot less controversial. Eileen would never do that.
Something humans are chiefly guilty of (the more compassionate in the Kingdom blame our inadequacies - if we were magical we wouldn’t feel the need to covet) though the realm has seen its fair share of those lusting for power. Brankaresh was by no means unique here. And certainly sprites often fight each other for some trinket they envy while the rest of the Kingdom looks on, exasperated.
The realm generally ignores the environment - it is just there and will always remain so. This infuriates the likes of Rose (Fresdian) who wants everyone doing their bit to keep the atmosphere and Nature herself happy.