And... Yep, a Day 5 unleash OR cantrip would vaporize most elders (and methuselahs)
I love DA Fae, even more than CtD... I wish I could play a mix of both, because both have elements I would like to see - I love their powers of course, and the real sense that they are magical beings and not some derranged limited sorceres types, I love their "races" - inanime, firstborn and changellings... That I think is lacking in CtD, I also love their four courts system better than Seelie/Unseelie, I also adore everything about their weaknesses and their pacts.... And I also love the fact that you can play with a centaur, or a harpie, gargoyle, swamp monster, tinker Bell, djinn, Night Walker, Nazghul, a thing-humans-were-not-meant-to-know or whatever your imagination could bring, instead of being stuck with the sometimes silly kiths of CtD
But I lacked the battle against banality.
In my Chronicle, made a serious crossover with Mage, the Sourcerors cruzade.
But there was a catch: the enemies of the PC were the Order of Reason. Sure. But they were only a sympton.
Because there were a new breed of Fae in the area... They called themselves "the angelicals", and answered to no Court. They formed a court of their own, in secrety, building their strenght and planting the seeds of their plan for millenia guided by their general Gabriel, while the other courts would clash.
So, the angelicals, Fae with human bodies and large wings, started recruiting humans... Guiding them towards renegating their oaths with the "good folk", and to even persecute other Fae, while telling them to have no fear, cuz God were on their side.
But the moment of "revelation" were when the might general Gabriel sought a Cabal of Mages, to reveal them the "Pure thoughts of God".
Of course, the Seraphins, the highest rulers of the angelicals, were máster manipulators amongst the Fae, and not REAL angels. So, they used humans (and mages) to gain power in Fae society and crush their enemies; while the other Fae didn't care about frail humans, the order of Seraphins saw their raw potential (but even they underrastimated their pawns, because the monster they helped created, the Gabrielites and the Order of Reason would later be their undoing).
So, the PC had to find out more about those "angels" that the humans were talking about, and try to unite Fae society against them, before the war of courts could break again, otherwise it would be too late for all
Angels as the big bads? Yeah... That was cool...