A Year & A Day: Suzume

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Suzume.pdf

Quoth the Suzume:

“Ho there, Business-Man-San, I see that your wallet is fat and full. Let me take that burden off of your hands for you. What’s this? Why, I have already stolen it from you before you could even blink. Am I that quick? It is a miracle. Now it is your job to try and catch me… But I am already gone… And now I am just talking to myself.” *Sigh

Kith Excerpt:

The Sparrow Children have a long and torrid history among the Japanese Folk-Tales. Many a school-child can recall verbatim the tale of the poor little split tongue Suzume, and the justice she inflicted on the Greedy Crone who tried to kill her. They can also recall how well rewarded was the gentle and generous old man who cared for the little Suzume. School-Children all over Asia know these things because the stories, like the Sparrows themselves, are everywhere.

Sparrows are one of the most common of birds and can be found all over the world. It is small wonder that there is a family of Kwannon-Jin who hail from this universal Species. And much like the Species, the Kith is a happy one. The Suzume are a bright and happy clan of Hsien. They lead a happy life, laughing and singing, and stealing from the more fortunate. With their unmatched speed and agility, it is hard for anybody to even touch them, let alone stop them.

While it is all divine justice what happened to the above-mentioned Crone, the greed that she had shown still lives on with some of the more dishonest of the Suzume. All of their number, however, have nimble little fingers for snatching up something that catches their eye. While they aren’t bad, they are impish and roguish, and. For this reason alone do the Suzume find themselves among the Obake families of the Hsien



“In a closed society where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is getting caught.
In a world of thieves, the only final sin is stupidity.”
Hunter S. Thompson


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