|“||They go by many names, some still used and others long forgotten. The Ancient Greeks called them Hearth-People. The Celts of Gaul called them Derwydd and Druí, meaning Priest. The Aztecs called them Nagual, meaning transformer. Where I was from, they called them Aje: Mother. Here, in this modern time, they are known as "Caster" and other names. From the dawn of their time, they were a special breed and despite their change in names and practices, one thing has remained about them: whether they are friend or foe, ally or enemy, they always have and will remain to be the greatest of us all.||”|
—Cole Turner, about Casters.
Architects of the Supernatural
The Original Coven
True and rightful wielders of Magic
Casters can be of any race and/or gender, and ethnicity and religion. While Casters in general are known as the self-proclaimed "Protectors of the Innocent" their true and primary adjective is to maintain the Balance and enforce the Will of Nature.
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Among the many Supernatural species, Casters are among the ones that most closely resembles regular Mortals in terms of appearance and overall mortality. Casters come in all shapes and sizes: things such as race, gender, ethnicity, or religion have no sway over whether or not a person will be born as a Caster. Though Casters are typically "feminine" in terms of gender and appearance, the more "masculine" Casters exist as well, through they only make up a third of the Caster Community.
The powers and abilities of a Caster are an inborn trait.