A Year and A Day: Morozko

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Morozko.pdf

Quoth the Morozko:

“Are you okay, my dear one? Are you well? Is there any way I can help you?”

Kith Excerpt:

The Morozko maintain a special place in the Thrice-Tenth Kingdom and have done so for as long as there have been people to feel Winter’s chill. Somewhere between an Inanimae and an Adhene, the Kings and Queens of Winter were once interpreted as Frost-Demons or Winter Gods. Of course, this is well before followers of the New Christian God dictated all Demons as evil, and the Old Gods with them.

Wild rulers of Winter’s power and beauty, the Morozko are perhaps the oldest of the Plemya (Kith). They wield far more weight amongst the Karlik (Fae) than any other Tribe, and their opinion matters twice as much as any Long-eared Varich. Some outsiders have even whispered that the Morozko are perhaps the first Tribe of Karlik, a sort of Proto-Mother-Winter type Fae. That most of them are female leaves many to believe that there may be some truth in this.

Regardless of origins, the Morozko instead look to the present. At any time, during the winter, one might find them out and about, aiding as best as they are able (which is no idle feat when one considers their frailties). All Morozko hold a special place in their hearts for mortals. The name Ice-Queen may be used to reflect icy demeanors, but the Morozko are anything but.



“It is the life of the crystal, the architect of the flake,
the fire of the frost, the soul of the sunbeam. This crisp winter air is full of it. ”
– John Burroughs


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