Witches are human beings born with the ability to manifest magical powers. Like mortals, witches can be either good or evil, but only good witches serve as protectors of the innocent. Their supernatural powers are passed on to them through blood from their ancestors, and are bound to their emotions, thoughts, and souls.
There are two types of witches: Wiccans and Practitioners.
Wiccans are born with the ability to use magic. Their supernatural powers are passed on to them through blood from their ancestors, and are bound to their emotions, thoughts, and souls. Each Wiccan possesses the fundamental Wiccan skills to cast spells, brew potions, scry for lost objects or people and acquire information through divining. Besides this, their magic will manifest itself in the form of one or more individual, personal powers commonly known as "active powers." These powers can be used at will and do not require incantations or potions.
Witch Practitioners are humans who practice witchcraft, but lack any true magical powers. Practitioners often treat witchcraft as a more religious experience than the sisters do and usually follow the Neopagan religion of Wicca. Practitioners use natural items that have magical properties, such as Mountain Ash, Wolfsbane and Mistletoe.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
While each witch has their own individual powers, they each possess the fundamental Wiccan skills:
- Spell Casting: the ability to cast magical spells and perform rituals.
- Potion Making: the ability to brew potions with magical properties.
- Scrying: the ability to find a person or an object through the use of a crystal and a map.