A Year & A Day: Gwragedd Annwn

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Gwragedd-Annwn.pdf

Quoth the Gwragedd Annwn:

“Hail Mortal Man, full of wonder, come dance with me and leave your worries on the hard dry earth.”

Kith Excerpt:

Hidden deep in the cold lakes and ponds of Cymru, there is a kingdom of the Crimbil (Kith) privy only to one Family of Fae. These are the Homes of the Gwragedd Annwn, an aquatic all female tribe of legendary status. These Plentyn Newid (Changelings or Fae) are perhaps one of the most famous of all the Celtic Fae, as they boast in their number the Lady-of-the-Lake from Arthurian Romances. Yet all Gwragedd Annwn are by their very definition and nature, “Ladies of the Lake.”

The description of the Arthurian Traditions matches the descriptions of each individual fair-faced beauty of this watery Kith. Each is a physically beautiful in her own way, each is graceful and wise beyond her years, each is well-versed in occult knowledge, and each boasts a strong will that puts most men to shame.

Perhaps this strong will is why there are so many whispers of these dark underwater Goddesses amongst the Mortal Scholars. No Gwragged Annwn likes to hear the word no. Despite their many blessings, there is still the truth of danger in the Crimbil’s smile, and the promise of malice in her large wet eyes.



“And ne’er did Grecian chisel trace – A Nymph, a naiad or a grace – of finer form or lovelier face…….”
― Sir Walter Scott, The Lady of the Lake


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