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By Crusader1307

In Late Medieval and Renaissance Literature ''Oberon'' was known as The ''King of Fairies''. He is mentioned in both Mergovingian, French and English Mythology relative to such supernatural Beings. Although the ''size of an Aphid'' Oberon can ''grow'' to ''Human Size'' if He has need. His most enduring ''mention'' was in William Shakespeare's ''A Midsummer Night's Dream''. His relation to Nature and His ''Kingly'' status, shows Oberon able to control the weather, which His ''anger'' is measured by fierce storms.