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Fiossa (pronounced, "fee oh suh", is a gray Fae Fairy.
She was born in 411 AD in a town called Ballyshannon in Ireland. She does not know her exact birthdate, but she says it was warm and sunny when she came into the world. She lived to be 492 years old. She said she will not reincarnate until she can do so on the new earth.
She has had two previous keepers. Her first keeper didn't even realize she was with her until she saw her apparition 6 years later. Fiossa was hanging out in her gardens during the day and sleeping next to her fish tank at night. She loved watching the fish in the tank, and she said she became very good friends with them. Eventually, her keeper was able to hear Fiossa when she spoke, and that's when she taught her keeper everything she knew about magick.
The second keeper she had knew that she was with her from the start, as she was a psychic medium and a witch, and she had conjured her. Not her, specifically, but she called out for the assistance of a Fae. Fiossa heard her call loud and clear, and was the first one on the scene. After the woman conjured Fiossa, they were inseparable until the day her keeper died, which was 85 years ago. She has not had another keeper since, so she's been wandering about the world since then. She now wishes to be paired with someone who can utilize her services.
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Fiossa's favorite offerings include calculators, abacus, rulers, scales, and anything triangular. Photos of some of the larger or harder to find items such as the scales and abacus are acceptable, she said. She also likes anything purple or black in color, mice (again, photo is fine!), large spiders (and again!), eggplant, purple grapes, string beans, black-eyed peas, crepes, pancakes, sausage, strawberries and turnips.