A Year and A Day: Dokkaebi

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Dokkaebi.pdf

Quoth the Dokkaebi:

“Good job mortal. You were kind and generous, and I really enjoyed my time with you. Consider me a friend. Next time you need something, just hit me up, I got your back.”

Kith Excerpt:

Dokkaebi, or Tokkaebi, are simple and kindhearted Korean goblins of the old world. Perhaps the most gregarious of the Hsien Tribes, they easily have a place in the Gasin families amongst the Tennyo, Daruma, and other fun cousins.

Few things in this great great world truly trouble the Dokkaebi. They enjoy traveling, wrestling (rarely to cause harm, always in fun), fine dining, and all the great things that life has to offer. They love helping kindly mortals and rewarding humans as kind and gregarious as they themselves are. Greedy and unkind individuals, however, can really get their goat.

Those few rare specimens (mortal, fae, or otherwise) who harbor ill-will, espouse stinginess, or are simply ass-hats to their fellows, earn the Dokkaebi’s enmity. While the Dokkaebi don’t enjoy being around such individuals, they take great delight in cutting such individuals down to size.



“If you believe in the invisible deity, why can’t you believe in the desperation of humans? That is what humans call a will – the power to change their own fates. A man’s desperation can open any door. Maybe one door that opens in such a way could become a variable in the deity’s plan.”
– Kim Shin in Goblin (Guardian: The Lonely and Great God)


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