Detroit has too much iron in the air to be a happy home for anything Fae. But you have your reasons - whether it's because it's a refuge for changelings or because the city itself is so gutted that the humans are less likely to notice the weird - and so it is your home. But now your home has an influx of goblin fruit hitting the streets like the sweetest tide of dreaming death. Harmless but habit-forming for purebloods, changelings get addicted unto death and humans die right off the bat. So what are you going to do? Details Spoiler: World This is based on the October Daye universe: details can be found on the wiki. A diversity of Fae races and changeling mixes is encouraged, with the exception of Dochas Sidhe: I don't want it to be that based on Toby Daye. For those unfamiliar with the setting: Titania, Maeve and Oberon birthed all the races of Faerie, starting with their overpowered children, who are the Firstborn of their various lines. Then the three of them disappeared, locking the gates to the deeper parts of Faerie. What's left is the Summerlands, a shallow twilit place that adjoins the mortal world, and pockets of slight unreality called Shallowings. Most purebloods live in knowes that are carved out of the Summerlands or individual Shallowings, and those knowes are generally complicated to access - through invisible doors, etc. Changelings sometimes live in the Summerlands, generally on the sufferance of the purebloods there. Most of them live in the mortal world, trying very hard to keep up their illusions. Illusions are important, since most changelings do not look human. Most Fae are nocturnal, and changelings generally keep to that, both because of natural inclination and because dawn breaks illusions and hurts a fair amount for changelings, and so being awake for it at all sucks. The Fae Kingdom that vaguely overlaps Detroit is the Kingdom of the Straits. Spoiler: Rules 1. This is invite-only! Please either PM me or post in the OOC thread. 2. I want this to stay in the general area, so PG-13 max. 3. More rules may be added as necessary.