A Year and A Day: Fastachee

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Fastachee.pdf

Quoth the Fastachee:

“Don’t know if you’re aware, but in Bible times, the first two rows of corn in a field were for strangers and travelers. You’re looking a little hungry. Here. Have an ear and tell me about your troubles…”

Kith Excerpt:

While the other Inanimae may come in two flavors, the Gladelings (those not bound to man-made objects), and Krofted (those bound to man-made areas) the Fastachee are simply both; born of the corn and the fields – whether mortals work the field or not. They are ancient, arisen from when agriculture became a staple and aren’t bound by such a delineating dichotomy as Husks. They are literal embodiments of both corn fields and the corn itself and can’t be bothered with the modern distinctions of the newer Inanimae. (Whether this is true or not is up for debate.)

One of the oldest of the Gilosa-quohi (Outsider; Adhene, Inanimae, etc.) Families and one of the most reclusive, the Fastachee are also one of the most approachable. Honest and kind in a way that few Dreaming Born are, there are some that whisper the term Marcra, a Celtic term meaning the most Seelie of Seelie. It also easy to see how they easily fall into the Summer Camp. The Fastachee don’t have time for such appellations. The Gundohgi prefers actions to words.

The Little Givers care little of Inanimae origins, camps, or even building relationships with other Dreaming Born Creatures. Their purpose is to help those in need of help. The Fastachee are out and about aiding mortals, often well behind the scene, and ensuring that the crops survive for future generations. If that entails adventuring with a small group of Nunnehi? Well than the Fastachee are eager to be a part of it.



“I know my corn plants intimately, and I find it a great pleasure to know them.” – Barbara McClintock


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