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Witch
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"Being witches is who you are...it's who you've always been."
— Joanna [src]

Witches are female members of an supernatural race of people that come from the dimension of Asgard. Like warlocks, their male counterparts, witches live in secrecy and abide by a code that forbids them from revealing their powers to mortals.

History and Origins

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Witches hail from Asgard, a magical world adjacent to Earth. Several centuries ago, there was a rebellion formed against the ruler of Asgard, King Nikolaus, and many witches, including several members of the royal family, were banished to the mortal world as punishment and were forced to live amongst humans.

Witches have a different brain structure than mortals do as their brains are more complex in shape and appearance. They also live for centuries since they do not age as fast as mortals.

When a witch dies, her soul travels to the Underworld where she must await judgement to determine her spirit's final resting place.

The Witches' Code

Witches on Earth follow a sacred code that forbids them from revealing themselves to outsiders (even their mortal spouses). All witches must keep their secret safe due to the threat of persecution.

List of Witches

Beauchamp Family
Browning/Gardiner Family
Others

Powers and Abilities

Witches are able to manipulate and change the world they live in by casting spells. A spell is usually a spoken-verse, which when cast with the right tools (e.g a candle) can bring about change for either positive or negative purposes depending on the witch's intention and the laws of nature. Every witch has an individual source of power, which differs their functions from one another.

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