A Year and A Day: Imugi

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Imugi.pdf

Quoth the Imugi:

“Ya, bestie! How can I help you? What’s that you say? A great evil has invaded your land? Sounds like a good opportunity to score some brownie points in heaven, hey? Let me get my coat, this will be Fun!”

Kith Excerpt:

The Imugi are not quite Dragons, at least not yet. Unlike the Zhong-Lung ancestor-folk of the Beast-Courts, the Imugi are simply a family of good-natured dragon-esque Yaoguai, for now. If they work extra hard to live a life full of good deeds and honorable actions, then perhaps in the next reincarnation, they will be the Imperial Dragons of Old they so emulate.

Those in the west tell tales of the Marcra, a double-seelie Dreaming-Born with full-heart and good intentions. The terminology isn’t the same, and Marcra means little, but the Imugi would fill this role if it existed in the 3 Kingdoms of Go. The Imugi serve their lands as the best and brightest of Hsien. They are kind-hearted and merciful but are also staunch warriors and relentless in the battle against evil.

To mortals however, they are perhaps the most open and accessible of all the Yaoguai families. They serve the human community of Korea with a heavenly zeal. Those mortals in the know (usually the Lighting People)can always count on the Imugi for help if intentions are good. It is important to remember that the quest for Dragonhood isn’t the reason why Imugi serve so willingly, they do so because they are truly good folk. They will eventually achieve their goal, Gods-willing, in this life or the next.



“We are all like fireworks: we climb, we shine and always go our separate ways and become further apart. But even when that time comes, let’s not disappear like a firework and continue to shine… forever.”
– Hitsugaya Toshiro, “Bleach”


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