A Year and A Day: Xana

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Xana.pdf

Quoth the Xana:

“Hail mortal, what sins do you bring before me? I see lust. Yes? You tell me ‘No’, that there is no lust in your Heart? Very well, I shall add dishonesties to your list of sins.”

Kith Excerpt:

As beautiful in body as they are strong in arm and determined in spirit, the Xana are considered something of a royal elite to the creatures of the Iberian Dreaming. Asturian mythology recalls how these water Goddesses would punish and reward in equal measure. The mythology in these account ring true.

While the rest of the Encantare (Changelings) view the Xana as a predominantly Beato (Seelie) family, this all-female Panelinha (Kith) function as balance between Pagão (Unseelie) and Beato both. Female to a one of them, the Xana are an old-world Iberian tribe descended from Dark Goddesses of fate and justice. Justice meted is their Otherworldly mandate, and they perform it well.

Luckily for sinners the world over, the Xana’s otherworldly nature also manifests in a geasa of nakedness. The exquisite Xana must go sky-clad at all times, or risk losing their many gifts. Though those sinners shouldn’t look too long, the Xana have little sympathy as it is, even less-so for ogling.



“Deserves it! I daresay he does. Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death in judgement. For even the very wise cannot see all ends.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, “The Fellowship of the Ring”

“Justice and judgment lie often a world apart.”
– Emmeline Pankhurst


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