You don't have to get too far into Stardust in order to realize that it's
chock-full of supernatural, magical, and otherwise odd occurrences. There's a
lot going on in the magical transformation department, so we tackle that in its
own theme, but you can also expect to see the following:
magical creatures like unicorns and witches;
means of divinations, from runes to entrails-scooping-out;
and travel by magic.
And that's only the beginning of it, since the land of
Faerie is crawling with magic. It's probably safest to just assume that
everyone and everything in it is made of magic or has been affected by magic.
We'd follow Tristran's lead in being polite to everyone he encounters, since it
seems to work well for him.
Questions About The Supernatural
What does Primus use his runes for?
How would you describe the Lilim's relationship with magic?
If you were in Faerie, what kind of magic would you use to
travel around based on what you've seen the characters doing?
When does Tristran begin to realize and accept that he might
not be ordinary?
Chew on This
The more magic a character has in <em>Stardust</em>, the more dangerous she/he/it is.
Mortals aren't meant to live in Faerie unless they have
access to some kind of magic.