The Society of Faerie Preservation was founded in 1886 by Professor Lillian Lascivious after a heated debate with Dr. Lewdwin Lascivious over the Importance of Fae study and Preservation for future Generations.
Professor Lascivious felt it of the greatest importance that Faeries do not become only things of wood block prints and images such as the Dodo and the Snap clawed bumblesnatch who only years before had become extinct due to their utter stupidity when crossing a carriage lane. feeling that it was her civic duty to ensure that generations to come would be able to gaze upon the majestic denizens of the other worlds and took it upon herself to found the Society of Faerie Preservation.
The purpose of the Society for Faerie Preservation is to further the study of all Faeries and other subspecies, to represent and promote communication among students of Faerie Preservation, and to promote the field of Preservation of these wondrous creatures.
Membership of this Society is currently limited to females as males often show strong behavioral changes when exposed to Faerie Musk for prolonged times.