We're practically large in number, and categorized by classes. I'm a Class I, which makes up most of the group. Class II are usually noticeable with glowing green eyes, though there's an alternate of the class where they can show the same level of ability without the usual green color change. Class III often are magenta-eyed and known to be capable of manipulating universes that they are familiar to, akin to being one with it.
One of them actually resides in my sister's fictional mystic world as her son-in-law due to marriage with her OC descendant. I heard he's a pretty softy person, but intrigue and mystery surround him because he meets up with his peers from smaller meeting spots that I have no knowledge of.
At least there's some of the nice ones. One actually hails to be an OC belonging from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, as a unicorn dedicated in shape-shifting magic. Another is considered to be the most innocent of all, wearing the white version of the outfit, but his magic abilities is deemed too powerful for being marked in the weakest of the 3 power categories.
Some of the scary ones included a woman who outclasses me in the power category and wields a greatsword. Another is an alien who doesn't seem to meet with others of its physical similarity, looking for an ancient being in a form of a small girl I found a few times in my dreams, though being in the upper tiers of the highest of 3 categories meant no one's questioning its motives, or understand its language.
One of the cool ones included a notorious villain in his world who is married to a magical girl heroine, liking to have his family life and mercenary business separate. Due to his longevity, he is also married to his daughter to prevent the feelings of outliving everyone breakdown his otherwise solid mentality, which happened before. The heroine was married at a very young age, and is an adult in the present time, though her skills have gotten very fierce and her attitude towards villainy hasn't changed much. She doesn't seem to be bothered that he works for the villains, as he's getting paid for his job to stop heroes from interfering. Both told me that they get to pit each other in a battle, and he is a good father despite being a loner all his life.
Though I can't say to the new faction that was around in your absence. I have an group of characters considered part of the universe, and I'm technically part of it. To put it simply, they use the same names that obscures their identity, and wears an unspoken rule of uniform code. Haven't had the time to sketch, but they're not easy to hang around with.
And bow I shall not. I have a lot on my mind, not to mention the lore-building I have to do. Much of my plans on fiction are on hold, and convincing my characters to bide their time is not a calm process.