A Year and A Day: Pombero

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Pombero.pdf

Quoth the Pombero:

“Buenas tardes señora, can I escort you home? Oh! I am so sorry about that, spilling wine on your brand-new blouse… Let me wipe it off for you…”

Kith Excerpt:

The Pombero is a notoriously wicked Calli (Kith). Sly, cocky, and lusty, they deserve their epithet as Señor de la noche. The original Guarani tribes have known them for thousands of years, and called them Karai Pyhare, which translates into roughly the same. Although Man may be a misnomer, as there are female Pomberos as well whose reputation is just as tarnished as the males.

Fond of cruel jokes and taunts, as well as one-night stands with mortal and Fae alike, their raunchiness rivals that of the dirtiest Satyr, and their foul-mouth and venomous tongue could make the crudest Nocker blush. Both the Melahuac (Seelie) and Iztlacateteo (Unseelie) enjoy the simplest of effects, like good food and drink, drunken dances and bawdy songs.

For all this, however, they are a benevolent lot, if not a little xenophobic of outsiders, and do their best to ensure that the villages they inhabit thrive in a rapidly progressing world. Even the worst of Iztlacateteo amongst them still are protective of their own .



“I want to change the bad boy image that has stuck for a bit because I don’t think I am at all how I have been portrayed. I would like that to change because it’s awful to hear and read what is said of you.” – Luis Suarez


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