The Fae who beforehand were only illusions made by the hand of the Goddess of illusions,
After they escaped the The Fayde, the goddess Myamya gifted each individual Faeling a seed to grow, promising that they would truly be real once the curious seed had sprouted. They planted their seeds and were delighted to find that on the next morning each seed had become a tree-like animal in the form of weaved branches and vines. Each Faes plant resembled a different animal of that time period, the one they most related to in spirit. The Fae called these creatures "Spriggan" and understood that they were their living tether to Eden, and the only thing keeping them from fading back into illusions.
Myamya transferred the disease from all Fae into only one so the rest could start their lives anew. Most Fae immediately abandoned their Faeward Faith and began their worship of the Pair, Myamya and Irde. Loyalty to The Path of Natura spread through Fyorah like wildfire and they followed its practices all throughout the day, however, at night they continued to worship Oma from afar without ever speaking her name.
Though, instead of praying for Omas grace they, pray that she remains content locked in the Fayde. Each hoping that she never surfaces again to reclaim them.