A Year and A Day: Leng-Folk

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Leng-Folk.pdf

Quoth the Leng-Folk:

“Roll-Up, Roll-Up! Sample our wares, travelers, sample our wares!”

Kith Excerpt:

Like all of the Supra-Cosmic Tribes to be called Other, the Leng-Folk are a race of Adhene; Alien Denizens of far-away realms, removed from the burden of a mortal mindset. And while some may smile and trade and even whisper words of encouragement to humans, the hapless mortals taken to be traded and enslaved are little more than cattle.

The Leng-Folk are a race of Denizens that travel well beyond the kenning of all other Fae creatures. Through umbra and Shadowland, and the farthest reaches of the Deepest Dreaming they sail through the realms in their great, black-sailed galleons. They are masters of extra-dimensional trade, bartering for slaves, spices, rubies and other far more nebulous goods.

While they cannot be said to have a home realm, at one time they made a haven of long-lost Sarkomand, and perhaps a few secrets of their origins can be found in those dusty-streets. Now, as their name implies, they have scrounged out bases and ports in the far-away lands of Leng, much to the chagrin of the Leng’s original inhabitants- the Spiders of Leng. Battles and Skirmishes between the two races are as natural to them as breathing, and no peace is in sight.



“For the cryptic folk of Leng were of one race with the uncomfortable merchants of the black galleys that traded rubies at Dylath-Leen.”
– H.P.L, “The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath”

“Maybe I was born to be a merchant, maybe it was fate. I don’t know about that. But I know this for sure: I loved retail from the very beginning.”
– Sam Walton


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