Eileen’s range of published works to finally be made available to the Kingdom literary fans. Most are kept under lock and key, others have powerful spells on them, and still others will be considered for general release by the end of the next Ice Age. Eileen herself understands why the Queen acted as she has here and does not want her previous works widely available, fearing they’d be misused. She sometimes wonders why she wrote them!
Jennifer and Magic
Jennifer taking a more open view to magic and seeing it as a useful additional skill instead of having such a hostile view. The Kingdom generally wants as many good magical beings on side as possible so when push comes to shove it has the maximum amount of resources to draw on. It has taken a lot of Eileen’s strength to even persuade her people to even consider the idea a hybrid being has its own advantages. It has taken even more of Eileen’s energy to try, and to date fail, to get Jenny on board.
Brankaresh was the latest Chief Wizard to abuse his position and influence. There were many before him (though in the early days they tended to be known as Grand Viziers). The Queen is at a loss as to why the position itself seems to do this. After all her position is more powerful and it hasn’t corrupted her (though Eileen would argue it had because the Queen, especially after her brief overthrow, increasingly does whatever it takes to get what she wants). So the Queen and her realm would like to see less evil wizards or at least the incumbent of the official position not to be corrupted by that position. The Queen does not think it is much to ask. After all the Chief Wizard is well rewarded in money and magical gift terms.