Hello all! We’re getting close to the end of my character list for my Imprint series…*sniff* But never fear! I have many more characters from other stories… 🙂
Master of the Genie of the Lamp
Kind and generous
Adventurous and brave
Loves the princess
Grants the Genie his freedom
Master of Tizini (or at least used to be…)
Quiet and thoughtful
Accident-prone but can be brave
Doesn’t ‘have time’ to be in love
Lost the genie in a dangerous portal-collapse
Me: Hello Fasaria. Would you mind if I interviewed you today?
Fasaria: I suppose not. But it really depends on what kind of questions you’ll be asking.
M: Um…regular ones? What other kind could there be?
F: Deep, intellectual, life-changing questions about the world around us and life in essence. Or small talk.
M: I don’t really know any…life-changing questions…But can I start off by asking you to tell a bit about yourself?
F: I was born in Alldinia as a poor boy. My mom died when I was four and I never knew my father.
M: So…you live alone?
F: I prefer it that way. Alone with my own thoughts and reasoning.
M: …How do you eat? And where do you sleep?
F: *glares* I’m not a punk who wanders the streets begging. I earn my keep by doing odd jobs when they’re asked of me. I can usually find work in the market square, moving crates, displaying fruit or trinkets, and stuff of that sort.
M: Being much of recluse (which I can understand!), how did you stumble upon the lamp?
F: *narrows eyes* How do you know about that?
M: I heard it through the grapevine. So, how?
F: *sighs* I was walking alone down the streets when an old man came up to me and asked if I could help him. I said yes, and he led me to a dark alley that somehow ended up in a cave. It still confuses me…How could I’ve walked right into a cave if I were in the middle of town?
M: Sounds like that man had some form of magic.
F: Ugh, magic…I hate the stuff. Not that it’s above my skill level of understanding. It is after all the most difficult gift to cultivate, and…
M: So how did you find Tizini?
F: In the cave of course. Then the old man trapped me down there with him. But I tricked him and stole the lamp before he could swipe it from me. The barbarian… And that’s when I met Tizini, who is not very nice, if I’m being honest.
M: Oh I know. Trust me. So he must’ve granted your wish, then, right?
F: I’m sitting here aren’t I?
M: You didn’t happen to lose him on purpose…did you?
F: Believe me, I’ve thought about destroying the lamp several times over, just so he would shut up about his ‘horrible circumstances’. But no. Losing him was an accident.
M: Huh…Well, thank you. I’m going to ask a few parting questions now. Do you like cats?
F: What kind of ridiculous question is that? And no, I hate them in fact. They’re always hissing from inside abandoned alleyways, and-
M: Were you born with any type of gift, such as magic?
F: Yes. The one thing I remember my mom telling me was how I had an incredible capacity of intellect.
M: Which is…?
F: *rolls eyes* Worlder…It has to do with the mind. I chose never to develop it very much though, only choosing a few skills to practice.
M: Okay…last question. *smiles* Do you enjoy inventing?
F: Oh, I love it! I’m working on a steam-powered hot-air balloon right now. Well, I’ve written the plans, but I don’t actually have any of the parts to build it yet, but I’m going to-
M: Alright, thank you Fasaria, for answering my questions!
Well…he’s quite a talker for a ‘recluse’… 😉 I hope you enjoyed! Until next time! ❤