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== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==
Elves appear in many fairy tales, poems, and legends, but are rarely seen by human eyes.{{qref|e201}}{{qref|e237}} They are creatures who exist in the [[Astral World]], and may appear in the [[Physical World]] if they so desire. Only humans who have not closed their minds to the idea of mythical creatures are capable of perceiving them; religious zealots of the [[Holy See]] cannot.{{qref|e123}} As such, [[Farnese]] is only able to fully perceive [[Puck]] after secularizing herself.{{qref|e190}} Elves often become invisible to humans in large religious establishments such as monasteries and cathedrals, or in large crowds, though they sometimes appear to rural religious communities.{{qref|e123}} They can most often be observed by children.
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Elves appear in many fairy tales, poems, and legends, but are rarely seen by human eyes.{{qref|e201}}{{qref|e237}} They are creatures who exist in the [[Astral World]], and may appear in the [[Physical World]] if they so desire. Only humans who have not closed their minds to the idea of mythical creatures are capable of perceiving them; religious zealots of the [[Holy See]] cannot.{{qref|e123}} As such, [[Farnese de Vandimion|Farnese]] is only able to fully perceive [[Puck]] after secularizing herself.{{qref|e190}} Elves often become invisible to humans in large religious establishments such as monasteries and cathedrals, or in large crowds, though they sometimes appear to rural religious communities.{{qref|e123}} They can most often be observed by children.
   
 
The most famous legends involving elves include the story of Red-Eyed [[Peekaf]]{{qref|e102}} – a children's tale about a boy with elvish characteristics – and the [[Flower Storm Monarch]], the ruler of the idyllic elfin homeland: [[Elfhelm]].{{qref|e237}}
 
The most famous legends involving elves include the story of Red-Eyed [[Peekaf]]{{qref|e102}} – a children's tale about a boy with elvish characteristics – and the [[Flower Storm Monarch]], the ruler of the idyllic elfin homeland: [[Elfhelm]].{{qref|e237}}
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