A Year and A Day: Santelmo

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Santelmo.pdf

Quoth the Santelmo:

“So I break into the Cathedral, swing from the rafters, say an Ave, light a candle, steal some holy water, over-power the priests, steal a kiss from a nun, make a break for it, and then make it back here. What about after lunch?”

Kith Excerpt:

Also known as Mangalyo, Santilmu, and about a hundred other epitaphs (Mostly they make up for themselves) the Santelmo’s name comes from the pseudonym of Ball-Lightning – St. Elmo’s fire. Much like the Saint, this Kapatiran (Kith) is reverent and Kind. Much like the Ball Lightning, they are unpredictable, brash, and faster than mortal comprehension.

Unlike the other Will-O-the-Wispesque Fae creatures scattered across the globe, the Santelmos feel they have a divine purpose. Steeping their Fae social mores in Catholic Dogma, the Kapatiran acts as courier Saints and church ninjas for hire.

Filching Holy Relics for the down and out local village parsonage? Check. Delivering messages of love to the Shadowlands? Check. Fighting Devil-worshipping vampires with sweet Escrima moves? Booyah! The Santelmo have no shortage of pious ventures to fill their days.



“There are three kinds of men.
The one that learns by reading. The few who learn by observation.
The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves.”
– Will Rogers


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