...And she was magically healed! lol In the story I'm writing now I have a man that's "mage marked": that is, he has one brown eye and one green eye (Kind of like a husky if you've ever seen those.) Because he's a mixed mage (has a father that's a mage and a mother that is not) I wanted to give him some sort of magical something-or-other, but not a whole lot. My idea is to give him magic, but no control over how it presents itself. While talking to one of my friends about this, he suggested (in a joking manner) that I make this "mage-marked" man have magical body fluids. The idea sounded really stupid at first, but the more I got to thinking of it, the more I thought of cool ways that I could twist it and play around with it. ie: How he discoveres this unusual gift is through kissing. The first girl he kisses literally gets drunk off of it, causing a whole fiasco at their village and stuff. To annoy his mother, he would pee on her flower garden, thinking that in doing so he would succeed in killing her flowers. Instead he makes them grow. When he leaves home, the garden withers and dies. In one scene, one of my MCs is overcome by an infection in his arm. A healer says that they have to cut off the limb in order to save his life, but the MC refuses. My "mage-marked" man waits until the MC is overcome by fever, and then uses spit-soaked rags to clean out the wound. (Almost has a hydrogenperoxide result: lots of fizzing and bubbling.) Towards the end of the story, I want to have my "mage-marked" man get injured. He will be bleeding, no a lot but enough that droplets are falling to the ground. Wherever a drop of blood falls, a flower/sprout grows, leaving a green path for my MCs to follow to find him. So here's my question (Drum roll, please)... Do you think this is an interesting/original idea for a character, or do you think it's dumb and that I shouldn't use it? ANY AND ALL THOUGHTS APPRECIATED!