☀✘ღDelegaraღ✘☀: adorablejacknoir: infinitydreamer: Panel today was great! So glad I…
Panel today was great! So glad I got to be part of it, and I really loved the reaction to my first question (the one about Leprechauns)! I had to try so hard not to laugh!
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Of course! Tell me all about it. Learning about leprechauns is really interesting considering how little I know about their species
Ok, well, here’s a really long explanation of them, with colours being at the end;
We will start with the top most corner of the quadrant board that denotes a Leprechaun’s Romance scheme; the ‘Heart.’ For this explanation, I will leave colours out, since for now they have no real meaning, but in reality they do, but it makes things a little more complicated, and I promised to keep this short. So, the Heart denotes what Trolls would consider a ‘Red Rom’ Romance, and what Humans would consider a full out Love Romance. This one helps in leading to reproduction for Leprechaun’s.
The next one that co-insides with Troll Romance would be the middle most quadrant, the Diamond. For trolls this means Moirallance, while in Human terms it could be described as ‘friendship’, something trolls don’t consider a quadrant, since it really has no means towards anything. For Leprechaun’s, a ‘friendship’ would be a good way to describe this, though it is more like a Moirallance, since the two involved would help to keep each other sain, no matter what it is they are involving themselves with. Just like Trolls, this does not have to be occupied by the same individual in question.
Now, I will continue in order for the remainder of the explanation, so lets move back to the top row and start on the second collum, the moon symbol. This one denotes a deep enjoyment for mysterious things. Humans would connect the idea of a Moon with ‘Night’, which to them, denotes such things as ‘fear’, ‘mystery’ and ‘excitement.’ This is almost the same for a Leprechaun, who would find excitement in things that are abnormal or mysterious. This can be filled by a single individual, but they find the quadrant more enjoyable when shared with a partner. This is the most commonly filled quadrant, since many Leprechaun’s enjoy basking in the unknown.
Next, is the final collum in the first row, the star. This one denotes ‘Fame’, as such that it does not need to be a good thing. This quadrant can be acquired in a numerous amount of ways. Either by being well known by many for good deeds, or being notorious for your bad deeds. You do not, however, have to be known by all. Since this quadrant requires two individuals to fill it, your ‘significant other’ as a Human would word it, can help fill this by enjoying how ‘bad-assed’ you are, or how generous and kind you are. Honestly, I think this one is kind of a dumb quadrant, but I digress, seeings how I am not a Leprechaun and can only understand this as well as the Humans understand Troll romance.
Moving on, the first of the second row, the Four-Leaf-Clover. This particular charm denotes the affected individuals to having less than concrete lifestyles and personalities. Those who manage to attain this quadrant will find themselves in a life full of wonder and enjoyment, with things forever changing for them. These individuals are also graced with immense speed, allowing them to take those turns in life quickly and efficiently!
Skipping the second since we’ve already covered this, brings us to the last of the second row, the Horseshoe looking charm. This denotes luck. When an individual fills this quadrant, they are inexplicably lucky, no matter what they are doing. They can get another individual to fill this quadrant by doing particular acts of kindness to help pass their good luck onto another individual. Of course, this is like a double edged sword, in which the receiver gives some of their bad luck to the giver. This quadrant is usually filled by those who are thought to be perfect couples, allowing the fates to smile warmly down upon them. Couples who fill this quadrant are the luckiest of them all, gifted with long levity, an enjoyable life, and the healthiest of all offspring.
Whew! Finally the last row! Hasn’t this been exciting? I’m kind of sad that we’ve only got three more quadrants to explore, but alas we must continue. The first of the last row is what appears to be a balloon, though if I must inquire it does resemble a balloon that has been squished slightly. Anyways, this denotes vast knowledge, and the ability to carry on a conversation. Couples who manage this quadrant are never at a loss for words, and manage to vocalize whatever is bothering them at the moment, and find natural solutions to keep their love strong and firm. Children born to parents who occupy this quadrant receive a vast vocabulary full of wonderful and colourful words. If anything, they’ll never be at a loss for the correct terminology!
Oh wonderful we’ve reached the rainbow! This one allows for the individuals filling the quadrant to ‘switch’ roles, genders, and interests. In an essence, since Leprechaun’s don’t actually have genders when born, I’m not sure if saying that they switch genders is politically correct. Most Leprechaun’s will choose their gender later in life, and develop the proper necessities to become procreative later on. Now, if they occupy this spot, it means that they either haven’t chose a gender and become, for lack of a better term, genderfluid. They are able to change their gender at will, since they have developed the proper necessities to become procreative. If they have chosen their gender, filling this quadrant, for whatever reason, will allow them to eventually change their gender. However, they can change what a human would call their sexuality, whenever they wish, or their roles within the relationship.
And now the last one. I’m very sad now, as with the explanation of this one, our little tutorial will end. The symbol here is of a pot overflowing with gold. This denotes wealth, but not so much in the sense of money. It can be a vast amount of things from knowledge, to adventure, to friends, and yes, to money. Individuals in this can even have a wealth of partners, though usually only with those who share this quadrant as well, since Leprechaun’s tend to be a little… jealous.
Now, Leprechaun’s look for those who happen to fill a similar quadrant with them. Since quadrants can be filled by a lone individual, some Leprechaun’s already have more than one quadrant filled, and so their task of searching for a mate becomes more complex, since now they have a more specific hunt to complete. Leprechaun’s are more versatile creatures though, since they can bend and change themselves to reflect positively in favour of their partners quadrants. Also, while Leprechauns can fill every quadrant, a select few will be more ‘dominate’ than other quadrants, which is why they usually fill three quadrants with a partner.
Now I will explain colours;
Colours only take effect when the individual in question has a dominating quadrant, to which the colour(s) present will become active.
Pink; Pink allows the user to become very knowledge-able about the happenings of things around them. They learn these things by teleporting to different dimensions, or into the outer ring. Teleportation usually only lasts a few moments, but some cases have lasted a couple days.
Yellow; Yellow allows the user to speed up time around them briefly, which makes it seem like they are going extremely fast, when in reality they are not.
Orange; Orange allows the user information on an individual, by following their ‘future’ path. This allows the user to manipulate things in the present to either allow that future to continue, or to change it how ever they see fit.
Green; Green allows the user to warp another individual to another place by various means. The most common is through an object, which is then pierced, or harmed in any way. The individual being warped is usually sent to a place where someone has died, will die, or where they will die.
Blue; Blue allows the user to slow down time, but only on themselves, making them go extremely slow, or seem to be going extremely slow. So far, this just seems like a hindrance than a helpful factor.
Purple; Purple makes the user incredibly suspicious of anyone, and anything around them. Individuals who have this as a dominate colour become very nimble and quick to react to a number of things.
Red; Red allows a user to become great infiltrators, by following an individuals ‘past’ path, or that of the individuals past. By doing this, they can glean information on the person in question, and figure out ways to better defend themselves, or destroy the person in question.
Now, these are only if the colour is dominate, and you can usually tell, because the Cherub in question will wear a solid coloured hat. If the Cherub does not have one dominating colour, then they will end up with a striped hat. This means that the submissive colour (non-dominating colour) will become the dominate one, and the opposite effect of said colour will instead become active. However, I will get more into that another day, since this has become painfully long.