A Year and A Day: Jellies

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Jellies.pdf

Quoth the Jelly:

“Good morning Friend, pleasant day we’re having. But I like to think every day is pleasant, don’t you?”

Kith Excerpt:

Somewhere in the Deep Dreaming’s lost primeval libraries in oleaginous antediluvian undercrofts, there live bedlamesque legends of Lovecraftian lubricated Fae, far surpassing the steely sanity of even the stoutest of Sidhe Soldiers. These gloopy and slimy creatures, chthonic beyond even the most informed of scholar’s comprehension, is considered to be a being that blurs the line of barely comprehensible Adhene and Elder God. They wait. Perhaps they are just waiting for the right instant, a twinkling instant in cosmic time, to slake their voracious viscous thirst for the liquids inside mortal bodies. These nebulous and unfathomable snot-like entities, incomprehensible in their oily actuality, are ill-acknowledged and known as Jellies.

Or not. Despite the Jellies penchant for habituating long forgotten moldy crypts or dark and primeval swamps, they are relatively new and unique, as far as the rest of the Dreaming understands it. The truth is that the Jellies may be a previously unrecognizable phylum of gel-like Inanimae yet possessing none of the terms that bind said Inanimae. They fall into unknown categories – Neither this nor that, but closer, if anything, to the enigmatic Myconid Kith.

Or not, the truth is that there may be something to be said about slime that relegates it to the annals of creepy or strange, isn’t there? They are Slimy and oily, to be fair, but far from the cosmic horror attributed to them. The Real truth of the matter, well, who’s to say? The Jellies certainly have nothing to say.



“It’s as if we spend our entire lives avoiding Jell-O but it is always there at the end, waiting.”
― John Grisham, “Ford County”


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