Yuuri tries not to get into arguments with Victor~ not only because he hates hurting his fiance's feelings, but he tries to avoid instances where Victor has to apologize~ the last time they "fought" Victor hired a bunch of people to do a flash mob dance with lots of puppies in the ice rink while he showered Yuuri with roses. Yuuri thinks its sweet and Victor I love u but really, you just forgot to take out the trash that one time I wasn't really mad
On the wiki page for Heathers it describes dead girl walking as a scene where Veronica “seduces” JD but honestly is that even the right word…I feel like there’s a difference between seducing someone and breaking open their window, shoving them to the ground and saying “let’s bone”
I've noticed that you mentioned Wiccans a lot. My MC is a witch, and I wasn't really aware of other kinds of witches, even though I did thorough research. What other kinds of witches are there? Just fyi, she is a mostly-closet witch, and uses stones as connections to places. She mostly uses runecasting and entomomancy (especially beetles and spiders). What might she choose to align with, if anything?
There are, honestly, so many more choices than just Wicca. I’ll try to list several, but do not take this as an exhaustive list. I have added resources where I could, and please forgive the length…
An Asatru witch follows a specific branch of
Heathenry that worships the major Nordic pantheon.
This witch utilizes magic through the bodies and spirits of the dead. This can include bones, blood, skin, and other pieces of the corporeal form left when the spirit leaves, as well as contact with the spirit that has left its physical form behind.
A pop culture witch uses
lyrics or movie lines in spells, worships and/or honors pop culture
icons and/or idols. Likely to utilize fandom in some way, it is a very new and wide practice. They could draw inspiration from Harry Potter, Vampire Diaries, Practical Magic, The Craft, Supernatural, or other, similar shows.
A religion that was synthesized by West Africans who were taken and enslaved by the Spanish Empire who were then sent to work on the Caribbean Islands. It mixes West African tradition with worship of saints.
A witch who hunts for the “traditional” ways of magic. Likely to be found scouring through histories and stories looking for references to spellcraft, rituals, and traditions that have since been lost to time.
I hope this put some things in perspective as to just how large witchcraft is, and why I seem to harp about being frustrated that the majority of what I see is Wicca. It is prevalent and popular, not the only way to be a witch, and definitely not the only tradition.
To answer your question about your character, Some of these paths lend themselves more towards nature than others, but I’d suggest rather looking into a tradition/path, look at types of witchcraft instead. Your character most sounds like a variety of Green Witch, and/or Animal Witch.