A Year and A Day: Xan

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Xan.pdf

Quoth the Xan:

“Chupacapra? Uhm. Sure, why not? It’s not like I have anything else going for me… like my razor-sharp wit, or my stunning good looks. All I do is suck goats, right?”

Kith Excerpt:

Regardless of how monstrous they look; the Mosquito monsters Xan are a wonderfully kind and generous Calli (Kith) from the deepest and darkest annals of Mayan Folklore. Children of a primordial archetype manifestation of healing and mental well-being, this tribe of insectoid healers is almost universally Melahuac (Seelie). Even those rare few who aren’t such still represent the benevolent ideals of their whole tribe. Some even whisper if this family might be one of the rare double-seelie families understood by the kelts as Marcra.

The whole of the Ayauhcalli (South American Changelings) depend on the Xan for sound advice, and sometimes even bitter truth. The ever-patient Xan dispense both without prejudice. They understand their role and perform it admirably. Although it should be stated that many fear the Xan, not only for their horrid appearance, but for their dark appetites. Only the blood of a living creature can satisfy the Xan, and no few outsiders simply relegate the kindly Xan to the status of Ezzo, (vampires) and their ilk. But again, regardless of their appearance or appetite, the Xan continue to serve the Empire of Dusk as advisors, healers, and keepers of Ancient traditions. It is a rare individual of any Calli that looks askance on any of the mosquito children.



“Sometimes the little opportunities that fly at us each day can have the biggest impact.” ― Danny Wallace, Yes Man


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