A Year & A Day: Onocentaurs

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Onocentaurs.pdf

Quoth the Onocentaurs:

“You got something to say, pretty-boy? Say it to my face…”

Kith Excerpt:

While the majority of the Grecian Kithain are beautiful and lusty mirrors of their equally beautiful and lusty Grecian Gods, one Fylí (Kith) reflects the practical and stoic nature of the Greek mortal. The Onocentaur is stalwart, taciturn, and above all pragmatic. Some may read this as stubborn, but the Onocentaur would have none of that and would pointedly argue that they are anything but.

Long ago, they were reflections of distant lands, much like the Cynocephali. Yet this distance, didn’t quite paint them as “other” like it did the Dog-heads. Instead, they were regarded as some-how more relatable than the rest of the Grecian mysteries. They weren’t as frightening as the Maenads, nor were they as imposing as the Kéntauros. They were persistent and dogged and would hurt if separated from those that they love. These weren’t the mysterious creatures of the wilds, these were creatures that felt pain, and craved bull-headed retribution, much like the Greek people that dreamed of them.

Now the Kith maintains ties on their own terms. They serve as farmers and shepherds in the rocky and wild places around Greece. Places where crops don’t grow so well, and water is just a little too scarce. These places would frustrate most mortals, and even the most resolute Greek Farmer would furrow his brow in consternation. That is just how the Onocentaurs like it.



“Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if you just show up and try to do the right thing, the dawn will come. You wait and watch and work: you don’t give up.” – Anne Lamott


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