A Year & A Day: Bulgae

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Bulgae.pdf

Quoth the Bulgae:

“Greetings my liege. You have called for my services and I have answered. How may I best serve? What? You want me to pick up your kid from soccer practice? Sigh… As you will my lord.”

Kith Excerpt:

Mythology tells how a God of the underworld sent his chosen Hound to fetch the sun from the sky. The sun was too hot, and the Hound with burnt snout returned ashamed and empty-handed. The angry God next sent another of his faithful Hounds to fetch the moon. The moon was too cold, and the Hound returned ashamed with a frost-bit snout. The dejected God cursed and swore and kicked at his faithful storm-hounds. The sky was safe, the God angry, but those poor loyal hounds are forever trying to atone for their failure.

The Bulgae are storm-hounds and servants, ever loyal to their masters, and attempting to retell their story. Of all the Hsien, they perhaps are the unhappiest of families. They are of the Yaoguai families, faithful animal guardians, but are bound kit and parcel to serve as retainers, bodyguards, and go-fers, not wild and free as their good-animal-goblin cousins.

But despite the misery of their ancestor’s failure, and their own servitude, there is always a glimmer of hope. The Bulgae are bringers of dark storms that eclipse the sun, and these storm wolves combine the best of the Kamuii and Hirayanu’s powers. When enough of them succeed (and they will eventually) they will throw off their shackles of serfdom and claim their own story- one of victory and power.

“I am called a dog because I fawn on those who give me anything,
I yelp at those who refuse, and I set my teeth in rascals.” – Diogenes


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