Fond and foolish fae

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Series Begun:
2018-03-24
Series Updated:
2020-02-29
Description:

Or: Everyone is now a fairy

Long years ago, the whole of the House of Lords was given wings and the gift of immortality. Over the centuries, Fairyland can grow dull, and every so often a fairy or two will make their way into the mortal world. Whether they cause the antics that inevitably ensue around them, or are simply good at finding trouble, their tales have been told many times. Perhaps Mr. W. S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan were fairies themselves, or perhaps they happened upon their collection of stories by pure fanciful chance: whatever the origin, the pair's operettas will forever be linked by their exploration of some small parts of the extended lives of these fae.

Notes:

'A fairy down to the waist' is a prologue of sorts, to give the characterisation and backstory to the characters as seen in the rest of the series. I aim to eventually write a companion to each G&S opera, but they will not be written in chronological order and as new parts emerge, details of previously published fics may be updated.

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12,209
Works:
3
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No

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