Aphrodesia is the Art of seduction. The fae version of "Love Potion Number 9", ranging anywhere from a decent attraction to the subject willing to kill themselves for the object of their affection. The Merfolk invented Aphrodesia, but they are no longer the most famous wielders of the power; since the Middle Ages, it has been very closely associated with the passionate Satyrs, who liken the Art to their Song of Pan birthright.
- Fancy - Creates a good first impression, giving someone a notion that they like a specific object that they have never seen before.
- Yearn - Changes a person's train of thought, leading them to the conclusion that they desire a certain person, place, or thing at some time in the future.
- Covet - Causes obsession, leading a person to pine over and need someone or something he previously may not have had interest in.
- Crave - Creates an irrational desire for the object of affection, leading the subject to do almost anything to obtain it, short of endangering himself.
- Need - The most terrifying and least subtle form of this Art, at this level a short-lived need is created, but one so strong that anyone, even the subject or the object of her desires, can be sacrificed to fulfill it.