If you use magic in fiction, the first thing you have to do is put barriers up. There must be limits to magic. If you can snap your fingers and make anything happen, where’s the fun in that? … The story really starts when you put limits on magic. Where fantasy gets a bad name is when anything can happen because a wizard snaps his fingers. Magic has to come with a cost, probably a much bigger cost than when things are done by what is usually called ‘the hard way.’
Summer feys seen a lot nicer than winter feys, would it be possible that there are any good winter feys? Of course there are good summer feys but the winter ones im curious about. Hmmmmmm......
I’m sure there are a few running about. Winter tends to be a little more blunt than Summer, so they often come across as snippy, aggressive, or just too damn proud for their own good.
Good and evil are a great deal more complex than a princess and a dragon, or a wolf and a scarlet clad-little girl. And is not the dragon the hero of his own story?