A Year and A Day: Nome

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Nomes.pdf

Quoth the Nome:

*Inaudible mumbling* “-Nasty surface dwelling ass-clowns with their stupid-ass sun… I’m going home, screw you guys…”

Kith Excerpt:

Male to a one of them, the Nomes are a Thallain family of Americana, one that was birthed in one of the darkest periods in American history. The kith first appeared during the great black blizzards of the Great depression, when heavy rains of black mud poured from the sky.

Farms were destroyed, livelihoods ruined, and people would drown in the sheer volume of earth in the air. The Nomes traveled with these storms, laughing at the annihilation. To the Nomes, the Dark power of the soil below can overpower any and everything, and the world above needs to occasionally be reminded of this. More than just anti-farmers, however, these dour and sarcastic bastards have a rich society deep in the bowels of the Earth. The Nomes carve out deep kingdoms far underground, far below the feet of even the underground Sluagh.

Most Fae are unaware that the Nomes even exist, let alone that they have vast kingdoms of basalt and granite miles underground. Nasty and capricious, the Nomes are a uniquely American testament to the raw power of dirt.



“Deserts marching east with dust deserts out of howling dust-bowls.”
— Carl Sandburg, “The People, Yes”


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