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Early Life Edit
Ascent to Witchcraft Edit
Teenage Years Edit
Being Employed by the Salvatore Family Edit
Being Tricked by Alejandro Edit
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Basic Powers Edit
- Magic: User has access to Magic, the use of rituals, symbols, actions, gestures and language to exploit supernatural forces to varying degrees, with only their skill, personal power-level, imagination/knowledge, and/or morality to define the borders. Given the flexibility of magic, its users have essentially unlimited possibilities for what to do.
- Magic Combat: The user is able to infuse magic with physical attacks, using mystical magical energies to blast away and hex opponents and strengthen attacks. One can uses any type of magic (like vectorial magic to gives impulses to hit the opponent with a heavy attack, elemental to gives elemental based combat or enhances the self physical strength). Some cases superlative magics like wing magic gives thus power by using tackle spells (Enhanced speed and strength-like spells), transformation magic (transforms the body parts in weapons) and size alteration magic (to gives a magical altered strength).
- Magic Empowerment: User becomes stronger, faster, more durable, etc. when they come in contact with magic, possibly unlocking abilities related to the affinity and enhancing the existing powers. Some users may be able draw sustenance from the magic or even slow or stop aging.
- Magical Energy Manipulation: User can create, shape and manipulate magical energy to use magic for a variety of effects and purposes.
- Magical Energy Generation: The user can generate magical energy.
- Mana Manipulation: User can create, shape and manipulate mana, the metaphysical sentient source of energy that surrounds living and non-living things, sympathetic magic, or impersonal force of nature that is always moving from one location to another, seeking material elements or people to inhabit. It is also formed within the soul whenever a creature comes into being. The soul is not necessarily a collection of mana, but the creature itself. When the being dies, the mana returns to the environment waiting to be used again and again. The energy can then be transmuted by the user into magical power that yields upstanding results in both practice and combat. Much like the ability of Life-Force Manipulation, the user is able to draw the energy from their surroundings. However, the ability of mana relies more on the use of different methods of magic such as spoken incantations and mystic items, like spell books, charms, talismans, weapons, etc. in order to achieve the effects that the user desires.
- Magic Intuition: The user has great, if not innate, understanding of magic, knowing intuitively/instantly how to perform all forms of magic and spells through an innate talent to assimilate extraordinary powers or through supernatural means.
- Magicians Intuition: The user knows instinctively how to perform magic tricks through an innate talent to assimilate extraordinary powers or through supernatural means. They can master the art of deception through props or small scale magic spells. Regardless of whomever's watching the performer, there isn't a non-magician that can see through the users tricks. They can also incorporate their magic tricks in battle for a fun and deadly performance.
- Potion Creation: User can create potions: substances with magical properties such as enhancing physical and mental abilities, healing, granting powers, chancing shape, or bewitching someone depending on the kind of potion that is made. Some potions come in different forms of liquid, such as jelly, stew, brew, or even soup. They can also be made into solid form, often pills, powder, candy, and possibly drugs.
- Potion Amplification: User can increase the strength, duration, and potential of potions to it's fullest potential. The effects may change depending on the original effects of the potion that has now been amplified.
- Spell Casting: User can cast spells, an action that allows one to magically alter reality to varying extents. It is often a series of words that take effect when spoken, though others are able to cast spells merely by thinking, with gestures, with magical objects or through a ritual of some sort.
- Spell Amplification: User can increase the strength, duration, and potential of spells, making them more powerful and durable than usual.
- Spell Creation: The user is capable of creating brand-new spells and using them, sometimes on the fly.
- Spell Destabilization: Users are able to make a spell unstable in order to alter its properties. When used on their own spells, they can increase its destructiveness in exchange for accuracy, duration, or range to be reduced. When used on others' spells, users can cause them to fail or backfire.
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Angèle French feminine form of Angelus (see Angel). Angel is from the medieval Latin masculine name Angelus which was derived from the name of the heavenly creature (itself derived from the Greek word αγγελος (angelos) meaning "messenger"). It has never been very common in the English-speaking world, where it is sometimes used as a feminine name in modern times.
Her surname is de la Barthe which is of an unknown French meaning, and didn't carry on after her death as her descents took on the name Fairchild and lived there lives in peace and harmony.
In Real Life Edit
Angéle de la Barthe (c. 1230–1275) was allegedly a woman from Toulouse, France, who was tried for witchcraft and condemned to death by the Inquisition in 1275. She has been popularly portrayed as the first person to be put to death for heretical sorcery during the medieval witch persecutions. Recent scholars have proven that her story, and trial, were fabricated by a 15th-century writer.
She was accused by Inquisitor Hugues de Beniols (the supreme chief of the Toulouse Inquisition) of having habitual sexual intercourse with the Devil and giving birth, seven years prior at age 53, to a monster with a wolf's head and a serpent's tail. The monster's sole food consisted of babies, which were either slain by Angéle de la Barthe or dug up from their graves in remote churchyards. She confessed to having fed it babies for two years, before the monster ran away in the middle of the night. She also boasted of having had commerce with the Demon, and of being a constant attendant at the Sabbat. Hugues de la Beniols did not inquire if it was true that for two years a large number of babies had disappeared. Angéle de la Barth was found guilty and burned alive at Place Saint Stephen, in Toulouse.
Contemporary scholars have cast doubt on the truth of the Angèle de la Barthe story since there is no mention of her trial in the Toulouse records of the time. Additionally, in 1275 congress with demons was not yet considered a crime. Ultimately, the fifteenth-century chronicle from which her story derives is considered fictional.