The storyteller let out a soft hum as she organized her own thoughts so that she could answer the questions one at a time. "I haven't, not myself. Unless leaving offerings in exchange for protection counts, that is, but even then, you don't actually meet them. There's probably both beautiful and not so beautiful deities by human standards... Both inside and out. Demons and angels? I believe they do. Humans can become lesser versions, too. Spirits, yes, they exist. They exist in not just humans. Animals, plants, the earth itself; All have their own spirit, and energy." She smiled at the curious girl. "Well, it's not every day you meet a witch who's willing to answer all your questions! ...Or a witch at all, it seems. Having so many questions is rather natural!"
"Well, potions are the main source of our power, normally! ...Warlocks? Well, depends what you mean. 'Witch' isn't normally used as gender-specific. There's male witches, and oath-breakers, and those who are honor-bound. The male witches prefer to just call themselves witches, unless they say otherwise. 'Waerloka' means oath-breaker, and 'waerlak' means honor-bound, so which exactly is 'warlock' is still unknown. ...The term 'warlocking' is occasionally used to refer to, well, basically kicking someone out of a coven. Or at least limiting their access." The storyteller paused. The whole 'warlocking' thing was why she wasn't exactly in a coven- She was solitary. "I can't say I don't believe in them all. Dragons, I believe, existed once, but returned to the earth from whence they came. The Labyrinth and the Minotaur may be true, or they may not; I'm not one to meddle with spirits often, unless they're of the sea. ...Never seen a sea god or goddess myself. Have asked for their protection though, and there's at least one out there." She paused once again to catch her breath. "...There's spirit animals, and honestly, there's just a lot of things. I'm fairly sure there's more then one god and goddess, though."
"Depends on your view. Dark magick isn't normally allowed, but there are some who use it anyways. I'm a 'grey witch'- A steady mix of both, you could say. My most powerful spell? Offense-wise, I can cause waves. But honestly, it's either my rain spell or scrying. I use scrying quite often, but the rain isn't needed normally... Neither are the waves. There's also a few protection spells, and rituals. One of them relies of the sea deities, however, so I can't say that it's me who casts the spell exactly," the storyteller responded calmly. "Ahaha, I know how that is~ And really? Well, that wasn't very nice of them~ That's the main reason we rely on potions quite a bit. You can take away the magick, but you can't take away the potions~"
"Hmm~? I don't mind at all~ It's not often I get visitors, after all," the storyteller responded. "Especially not visitors that decide they wish to be a... Friend," she added, drawing out the word 'friend'. "Though, you may be judging me a bit too soon. I'm not nearly as friendly as most." She let out a soft hum, thinking for a moment, before speaking again. "Well, what exactly would you like to know about~? There's plenty of spells, different forms of magick, and other types of witches~ I'm more of a storyteller, and a 'sea witch'. We focus more on water, the moon, and such~" she explained, sitting on a chair that definitely wasn't there before.