Fey Foundling - mark of the First World


Hi all,
I have a question regarding the fluff text of the Fey Foundling feat (from ISWG). The fluff text says "you were found in the wilds as a child, bearing a mark of the First World". What could a mark of the First World be? Could it be a kind of birthmark, a tattoo, some unusual hair colour, just about anything? Is there an official statement in Paizo literature on this? Any cool ideas what it could be?
Thanks for your help.

I'm pretty sure Fey Foundling itself [your superior assimilation of healing magic] IS the 'mark of the First World.' It's a metaphorical mark not a visual one.

I think they left that one intentionally vague and up to role-player discretion.

I'd approach it like designing an Aasimar or Tiefling, etc. A carte blanche to give your character a physical 'upgrade' with no mechanical effect.

Looking at gnomes, unusual hair (and skin color) is definitely a 'mark of the First World.'

I like the idea of eyes that constantly change color -- the girl, or boy, with kaleidoscope eyes.

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