The concept for faeries are thought to come from medieval western Europe, so mostly in old France. Their origins in folk lore are for the most part, unknown. Faeries are mostly to be known as a nature spirit and are supernatural. For example, Kelpies are a water spirits that take the form of a horse and can lure people to ride on their backs into lakes. Faeries, in folk lore, are either considered a dead spirit, a form of an ‘angel’, or something that has nothing to do with humans at all. The good folk are supposed to be considered magickal and based on folk tales, they will either use their magic for their own malice, good, or evil. Examples of magic of faeire’s are that some can fly, some can cast spells, or some can even influence or foresee the future! The french described faeries to be a race in hiding or considered religious beliefs. Faeries were ruled by the Seelie queen or king, and a Unseelie queen or king. The day and night courts. The Seelie court was mainly composed of the brighter faeires, the quote on quote ‘good’ fey. But on the Unseelie court was were all the dark and ‘evil’ faeries met. The Seelie court faeries danced above ground and danced and sung. The Unseelie however, they eat, danced, sung, and torchered underground. Faeries can live in clans or alone but will meet in their courts for special occasions.