What Good’s That? (Bunnymund/Pitch) (8/8)
So, because I’m a myth nerd, I was kind of surprised when the Books/Movie had the Phooka represented by Bunny in JUST a rabbit form. Phooka are shapeshifting spirits after all - usually in the form of horses, with black manes and glowing eyes. In fact, most of their forms are black with glowing eyes.
Can I see something with Bunny being a myth Phooka, with the ability to shapeshift and all - and Pitch, fascinated by Bunny’s species naturally dark (man eating horses, murderous dogs, elvish fae - not nice creatures) tendencies and trying to bring them out in the Easter Bunny?
Before Bunny was the Easter Bunny, he was a pooka like any other. When the other pooka started to disappear, the Guardians made him an offer. But Guardianship isn’t something Aster can take up lightly.