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1.The sky appears to be raining some sort of magical dust.

- Where is the dust coming from?
- Is it dangerous?
- Will the Fey have to stop his practise?

2.circus fey is preforming his juggling act

- how long has he been in the circus?
- who taught him to juggle?
- does he like performing?

3.Swords have two edges, those who have them have two sides to their nature.

- why do swords have two edges?
- how do know if you have swords?
- is it better to have two sides to your nature, or only one?
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2- young fey practices his swordsmanship for his initiation rites
- Why are there initiation rites for feys?
- What kind of *other* rites are waiting for the fey?
- Can Feys fly by the same mind-power that keeps the sword in the air? will this exercise be the preparation for the first flight?


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2. Tricks and manipulation hide one's intent.
- is there really an intent?
- sure that the fey will be tricky and manipulative? not just playing?
- does the fey really hide something? I think the floating sword is more like a public demonstration...


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3. Fey loses his grip on the sword and it flies from his hand.
- Why doesn't it fall down? Is there no gravitation in fey-land?
- Is there any need for the fey to keep grip?
- Has the sword ever been kept by the fey's hand?

Again just my questions to your thoughts...

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If you had one of your descriptions featured in the second step in this study-
for example
I had
circus fey is preforming his juggling act

- how long has he been in the circus?
- who taught him to juggle?
- does he like performing?

~by Mooncat2

Now I must answer these questions

If you did not have a description of yours used- choose one that is simular or that you relate to and use those questions to answer.

** open ended or leading-?-

just answer the question~ yo!


don't worry about the gestalt question structure with this card-
seems that the duality of this blade cuts things for both ways-

{anyone have any of these cards speak to you about this study?
no? - Yes?!- new thread}
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circus fey is preforming his juggling act

- how long has he been in the circus?
- who taught him to juggle?
- does he like performing?

~by Mooncat2
- He has only just begun his career in the circus- he's not sure if it is what he wants to do.

-- The clowns taught him to juggle.

---He is a big ham, loves to perform. The cheers of the crowed thrills him
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Hello again

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He has some rings on a belt tied around his waist. Seems that he lost the keys - or hasn't found them yet.
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- Were the keys important to the fey?
- If the keys are gone, why doesn't he just remove the rings?
- Is the Fey looking hard for the lost keys?
And here are my answers:
Of course the keys are important for they fey. They fey want to develop, too. So he starts growing a third eye and more obviously one of the next important steps for him is becoming a member of the major arcana. Major Arcana starts with the fool - the one who has all the keys. So swordknife-fey is prepared to fix every single key he finds/gets with the rings. (and wouldn't remove of the rings).
He is now trying a very creative way of getting keys: He starts some free-floating-sword show and the visitors of this show have to 'pay' by putting keys in his hat (stands on the floor - not shown in the picture). If they enjoy his show he will get a lot of keys, many different keys - a good chance for becoming a fool.
Btw Juggling can also be helpful in creating free floating mice as the magician does...
Thus he even has some backup-plan for entering the major arcana, if the key gathering fails

Quite clear: he has THOUGHT very much and developed a good plan for his goal - as an *air* element fey should do

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3. Fey loses his grip on the sword and it flies from his hand.

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Why doesn't it fall down? Is there no gravitation in fey-land?
Of course its going to fall down, although hopefully not on somebodys head. This is just a captured moment in time.

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Is there any need for the fey to keep grip?
Yes, there is, if he's going to master the art of swordsmanship.

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Has the sword ever been kept by the fey's hand?
He's learning. He can keep a grip with the easier manoevres but here was attempting something a little more intricate and lost control.
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