Maybe also follow the recommendations from the conjurer?Adrasteia wrote:Lol, just be respectful (towards any being). An Asian Djinn is a Dragon with the abilities of a Djinn.mazwez wrote:So I have been reading through this thread, and I was wondering, in the encyclopedia on creepy hollows it has a listing for caring for djinn, and there is also one there for caring for dragons. Now the Asian Djinn (Long), is listed as a djinn, but also listed as a dragon, so I guess I'd like to know is how would one go about being respectful to a spirit that may be listed as two different things?
I have Djinn from only one conjurer and they specify how to interact, eg how to make it clear to that particular Djinn that you're making a wish, as opposed to talking to them about your life etc. And there was a brief formalised welcoming ritual.
I can't be sure (as I'm very much still learning) but I think it varies from one type of Djinn to another as to what their own expectations might be of how their keeper should behave. But once the contract / agreement is in place between the conjurer and the conjured spirit I think the spirit may expect the keeper to follow the directions the conjurer gives.