- "Beware the tunes that touch your heart, Beware, sweet lass, don't crave his art.He'll pierce your heart and leave a hole."
- ― Anonymous
The power to use the powers and traits of a Gancanagh. Variation of Fairy Physiology.
Users with this ability is or can transform into Gancanagh (from Irish gean cánach, meaning 'love talker'), which is a type of male fairy in Irish mythology that is known for seducing women.
The Gancanagh are thought to have an addictive toxin in their skin that make the humans they seduce literally addicted to them. The women seduced by this type of faerie typically die from the withdrawal, pining away for the Ganacanagh's love or fighting to the death for his love.
The faerie is often known to carry clay pipe, though he is not known to smoke it because faeries generally dislike smoke.
- Addictive Contentment
- Empathic Voice
- Enchanted Allure
- Enhanced Condition or Supernatural Condition
- Indomitable Sexuality
- Performance Art Intuition
- Semi-Immortality-thou ageless can still be killed
- Siren Song
- Subliminal Seduction/Seductive Magnetism
- Peak Human Beauty/Supernatural
- Does not like smoke.
- In some myths cannot reproduce as all Gancanagh are male and there can only be one at a time.
- Though it doesn't mind being around other males of different races,because of its lifestyle usually(almost always) makes them enemies.
- May cause sexual partner to become so infatuated that the mere fact of not being together again can cause insanity.
- In most stories is terrified of commitment.
See Also: Gancanagh
- Gancanagh (Irish/German Folklore)