A Mage is a Light Fae that possesses special magical powers.
"Aife has my Light blood. The blood of a mage. Blood that drains life for nourishment or self survival."
Trick is a mage by virtue of his Blood Sage powers.
- Mage is a Late Middle English word for a magician.
- Magi (Latin plural of magus; Old Persian: maguš; English singular mage) is a term, used since at least the 6th century BC, to denote followers of Zoroastrianism or Zoroaster. Old Persian texts, pre-dating the Hellenistic period, refer to a Magus as a Zurvanic, and presumably Zoroastrian, priest. Mágos (Ancient Greek) displaced the word goēs (the older Greek word for a practitioner of magic) to include astrology, alchemy and other forms of esoteric knowledge.
- A mage is a not a gender-specific term and can either apply to a woman or a man. A mage comes from the Old Persian word "magu" which also means the "wise one." Like its "wizard" cousin, a mage is a person of high intellect who has considerable knowledge of magic and its related fields. Mages also sometimes employ a staff as part of their ensemble. Mages can either be factual or fictional. A factual mage is more of a shaman or a medicine person and is more involved in the ritual rather than the magic or transformation itself. Meanwhile, the fictional mage is closely related to a wizard as a magic practitioner. A mage is a specific type of magic practitioner who concentrates on a specific magic like elemental, attack, or defense magic.
- 4.13 Dark Horse (first mention)