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Greetings, young muffinsvcupcakes. Welcome to my humble petpage. Faerie is constantly working on it, so technically, it'll always be a WIP. According to her, my petpage must be written to perfection- I assured her there was no such thing; alas, she's very stubborn. Still, I guess I can't complain. I can't say I don't relish the idea of a long, fancy page. That is, a page detailing my past and present, and even what I am destined for in the future. With that said, I hope you enjoy reading, and hopefully you will leave feeling just that little bit more enlightened.

Design

I suppose a visual would help. My present state is a human (albeit one with a pair of white, feathery wings). I am an adult female, around 20 human years in age. My hair is brunette and wavy, and my eyes a grey-blue shade. I'm fairly slim and average in stature. I guess one could call me good-looking. My only owned item of clothing is a white gown with golden stitching. My father created it for me with my species' rare magic; it is very precious to me as it reminds me of home. My parents are there now, watching over me, making sure I am protected. I feel their help is unnecessary now; I am capable of taking care of myself. I've grown stronger through living the life of this curious species.

One may be quick to assume that I am unhappy in this world, but I wouldn't exactly say that. I am simply concentrated on my goal, constantly working on the actual reason I came down to Earth in the first place.

History

When I was a young girl, I was not human. You see, I lived a life in the sky, in space, up above the planet you call home. I resided in the galaxies making up our universe with my mother, Starette, and father, Mystical. Both held the responsibilities of protecting the cosmos. Unofficially, the creatures residing in space near a particular planet would be expected to look after it. It was an unwritten rule that was followed without complaint. I was too young at the time to be given responsibility, but was nonetheless often intrigued by human ways. My father would often keep me away, however, and I would cry and beg to stay where I was, amongst the clouds in the Earth sky, watching its inhabitants going about their daily business. I was confused as to how they could possibly affect me. I soon had my answer; I overheard my father talking to my mother about the matter.

In short, he reminded her that I lived a carefree life free of pain and strife; he didn't want me to feel great sadness when I realised that these humans had such short lifespans, didn't want me to get attached to something that would fade away in the blink of an eye. He said I was too timid and sweet and caring, not tough enough yet to accept the cycle of life. I would surely mourn these humans, be put off the task of looking after them, see the pain and suffering of their world as too much. But that wasn't the only reason I was kept well away. He didn't want me to try and make my presence known amongst Earth people. They're too curious for their own good, he remarked to Mother. And so I lived my first few years naive and unaware of the troubles of human life.

That is, until I reached the age of one hundred (young adulthood to our species).

My father realised that I would have to start watching them soon. He couldn't hide the world away from me forever. And so, he let me venture to the clouds above Earth, where I had so long ago watched over the population. And oh, how much they had changed! My father explained to me that it was around 1900 Earth years. I couldn't quite put my finger on it, but the world just seemed so... advanced. The people were much more refined now, and there was more technology to Earth than I had seen before. I couldn't help smiling, feeling proud somehow of what these humans had accomplished in such little time.

They're a whole new generation, Father explained gently, joining me at the cloud's edge. The beings you observed before have passed now. What you see before you are their children and grandchildren, and in some cases even great-grandchildren.

Huh?

Descendants, he smiled.

Oh. I went back to watching them absent-mindedly. Weeks would pass with me staying on that cloud, watching the people below. And for a few years or so, the world was at peace.

Arrival

The world changed. Humans adapted. Earth became a scarier place, very gradually. Violence increased and I watched the pain humans would endure every single day. But Father had been right to prepare me; I would have to face it one day, so why not now? I had to constantly remind myself that I shouldn't pity myself for watching the world's horrors. I wasn't the one who had to go through them, after all. Many battles took place and I couldn't do anything. I felt helpless, and I watched as my parents despaired over the Earth too. They felt guilty, but there was another rule we had to follow. We couldn't interfere with matters between one human and another. If another species attacked the human race, we could certainly act on that, but civil fights could only be watched with despair. Then came the Divide of Mythia, a great battle splitting the biggest kingdom on Earth into a North/South divide. Countless lives were being lost daily. Other kingdoms were threatening to start battles too, taking the side of either the North or the South. The whole world was starting to collapse.

I certainly knew by now what I had to do. I knew it was possible. We possessed the powers of the cosmos, magic that had been wiped out through the generations of humankind on earth. What little remained had been entrusted with our kind, guardians of the universe, and we knew to use it wisely; in important situations only. And what could be more important than the salvation of humankind? Father protested, of course. His only offspring wanting to lose her immortality in favour of trying to save an already-dying world, him having to make such a big decision. I didn't want to cause him any more grief, but this was for the good of the humans, and they deserved saving.

Eventually he agreed, whereupon I was turned into my human self. Only part-human, mind you: I had the appearance of one, but otherwise I still possessed magic and the knowledge of watching our universe for many, many years. Mother quietly told me she was proud of me, and begged me with tearful eyes to stay alive. I promised her before Father let me go.

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