A Year and A Day: Salvanel

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Salvanel.pdf

Quoth the Salvanel:

“Patatina Mia? why do you not throw the ball as the others do? You are too scared to ask them? They are too loud and boisterous? I understand. Here sit with me, and we will watch…”

Kith Excerpt:

The Savanel are one of the rarest of rare Dreaming creatures- the double Lares (Seelie) inherited Tribes known as Marcra. This wonderfully sweet and sensitive Stirpe (Kith) is perhaps the most elusive of Italian Fae. Not due to their rarity in numbers, but their disdain for crowds, noise, and conflict. Disheartened enough with the usually boisterous Fata (Changeling) families, the stalwart and silent Salvanel can only be brought to serve the Italian courts because of one thing and one thing only – the Piccolo.

Committed to any and all children – be they mortal, Fae, or Prodigal – the Salvanel Stirpe are relentless in their tasks of bettering the lives of children everywhere. They aid the Giane in rearing little Fatae princesses and will even teach the Callicantzaroi what little values the piccolo Cock-Riders hold sacred. Only the Due Volte Cattivo (Thallain) Pamarindo receive their enmity.

But perhaps, True Marcra is a misnomer, for if any Salvanel witness any children harmed, the retribution is swift and final. (See frailty below) No Salvanel likes to lose themselves in this vengeance however, and so they stay to their wild places. Opening up day-cares and schools for the Fata deep in Italian Glens. Here it is far away from the politics and wild abandon of the Fae courts. These schools are nestled deep in Italian woodlands, where any and all the Dreaming’s youth (especially the Anguine and Settiano) can learn and grow in a realm rife with Stupore (Glamour), but free from danger.



“Omnium Rerum Principia Parva Sunt.”
(“The beginnings of all things are small.”)
Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 – 43 BCE)


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