A Year & A Day: Yung’a Hano

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Yunga-Hano.pdf

Quoth the Yung’a Hano:

“You guys thirsty? You guys thirsty for something crazy?”

Kith Excerpt:

The Yung’a Hano are a sad Gundohgi (Kith). While in turns the most gregarious and generous of all the Nunnehi families, their frailty prevents them from ever really becoming close to anybody. Covered as they are in spines, maintaining close physical relations is tough for them. A relation of the Kachina Federation, in which they claim close kinship, the Yung’a Hano claim cactuses as their spiritual mirror. From saguaros to prickly pears, their make-up runs the gamut of all the desert’s secrets.

Extremely fond of parties and festivities, they can be found dancing and singing well into the cold desert nights. Well, dancing alone at least. This is their great curse, and one that leaves many of them with great bouts of depression and ennui.

Despite their limitations, however, they ply their trade the best they are able. One of their greatest attributes is their birthrights, and in this many of the Yung’a Hano will go out of their way to join other groups of wayward Nunnehi, European Kithain Troupes, even itinerant groups of Nuwisha, Pumonca, Garou, or even stranger creatures. A friend is a hard thing to find, and beggars can’t be choosy.



“Thanks a heap coyote ugly. This cactus-gram stings wore than your abandonment.” – Diablo Cody


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