Thanks for taking the time to reply, Mr. Scott, I know you've been super busy and I'm really excited to read the next installment. In response to your answer, I have to say I feel like a real
because my dunce cap is made of iron to protect my fragile skull. Did you mean that particular 'Scot' as Hecate's victim?
We see a lot of Immortal characters and Elders, generally they do not appeared to have aged a day unless they are reliant upon an external substance for immortality, as the Flamels are. But Dora was actually quite old in appearance. Could that be because she gave pieces of herself away over the millenia, wrapping the living in her "auric energies" to provide them knowledge?