CHAPTER I: THE GRIMSHAWS. The coven of witches made infamous by the mass murder by their prodigal child, Louise. She rules over their house,
a haunted place, and makes herself a key piece of The Wishgranters Society, accepting clients' requests for hefty and varied prices.
CHAPTER II: MORGAN FABLE. Morgan's birth name was Noé Quin. The unwanted boy in a family of witches that prized their talented daughters, he becomes an only son of a grieving family when his sisters are murdered by witch hunters. A deal is made with the goddess Hecate to exact revenge, and his parents are given a honorable death. He becomes Morgan Fable.
CHAPTER III: A SERIES OF FAVORS. One day, Morgan pays Louise Grimshaw a visit. He has come to warn her of witch hunters out for her blood. A business relationship develops with favors being exchanged back and forth, culminating in the loss of Louise's virginity in a ritual that grants her more power. Very little else changes between them, among wish-granting and hunting down those who hunt.
CHAPTER IV: TO SEE IF I COULD. Ever eager to test the limits of her power, Louise draws from a piece of Morgan and herself to craft a potion, a ritual,
and a spell: the creation of a human being. An artificial thing, he is given a name with no significance beyond a poor sense of humor (Th. Ing), and becomes an aimless learner once his maker realizes she didn't plan the outcome very well.
NOTES. Human, but not, every part of him is organic, but his atoms are strung together by magic. The DNA he borrows from Louise and Morgan is literal, for the lack of a better term. Some parts are his, some parts are hers - though mostly his, clearly.
Those who have the chance to look at his hands will find that he has no fingerprints - or any friction ridges, for that matter - and those who use magic against him will find that it tends to take a little bit of tinkering until it works just right. An unstable series of factors that influence the trajectory of a bullet, so to speak. It's possible that this is due to a mistake or two in the process of his making.
Personality-wise, he seems to have developed the beginnings of one, but the edges of what he wants to do and what he wants to be are beyond what the eye can see.