Every magical group must give notice of when it will be holding practice sessions. This is particularly important in the case of the sprites. It is only fair on the rest of the Fairy Kingdom that proper notice is given so people can make arrangements to get well out of the way. Any group not giving proper notice will be punished by being put in the direct line of the sprites’ next magical practice session. If the sprites are guilty they will be fed head first to the nearest passing dragon. The Queen and her Council consider these to be reasonable deterrents. Magic must be practiced. It must be done sensibly and safely.
Chief Wizard Responsibilities
The Chief Wizard, appointed by the Queen and approved by the Council, must oversee that magic produced by his brothers. We cannot possibly want over-ambitious wizards getting above themselves again, do we? Oh dearie me no. Should a potentially too dangerous spell escape the Chief Wizard’s scrutiny, he’ll be executed as will the owner of the originally performed spell. There is no place to hide. You will be caught out. Folk who inform on crimes like this will be very well protected and rewarded. The Queen likes to encourage virtue. The Kingdom is short of it at times.
Head of Species Responsibilities
Each head of species is expected to control the behaviour of the rest of their ilk. It is noted that the sprites do not have leaders as they never agree on one. This means it is fair game for every other magical species to discipline sprites on behalf of the rest of the realm. Sprites will not whinge about this. Nobody will take any notice. If sprites want to change this situation, they must improve their own behaviour. Each head of species will give a detailed annual account of their species’ activities to the Queen and her Council. Royal visits are to be encouraged to boost morale.
Relationship to/with Sprites
The major magical species will not under any circumstances decide to “take out” the sprites just because they are powerful enough to do it. That is seldom a good enough reason to do anything and the sprites do have a right to exist. Though they would do well to note their existence would be smoother and longer were they not to fight so much. They would also be well advised not to try to provoke the other species. Whilst the Queen and her Council are banning the “taking out” of sprites, they are not outlawing various species’ rights to take “defensive” action against neighbouring sprites being a complete pain in the posterior. The Queen and her Council note that some of these “defensive” actions are likely to hurt.