Freeya, too, posits fey as free, often powerful, often capricious spirit beings, both natural and supernatural. The Elysian Empire claims to be rooted in such natural forces but more than that, it also claims lordship over them. The fey slaves who swarm around high ranking Elysians are perhaps the most visible token of this claim to absolute rulership.
These small winged creatures have no will of their own owing to Elysian magic and the divine power of the Elysian God Emperor. Fey slaves are treated as magic items and not as creatures.
They are weightless and do not occupy any space on their owner’s body. Instead, they float and flit around close to their owner until they receive a command. For storage purposes they are often placed in small cases or bottles, to supress their glowing, humming, and flapping or other distraction or attention.
This fey waits patiently at its owner’s side until they raise a ranged weapon to shoot at a target. When that happens, the fey swiftly springs into action and with surprising physical and magical power reloads the weapon in less than the blink of an eye. Each of the fey’s ten uses allows to ignore the loading property of a weapon for one round. Once all uses are expended, the fey falls to the ground, dead from exhaustion.