A Year and A Day: Wechuge

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Wechuge.pdf

Quoth the Wechuge:

Kith Excerpt:

The Windeego, the Wendigo, the Wechuge; all different names for one icy harbinger of famine. The Wechuge is a manifestation of hunger and taking too much, always too much, and the karmic penance paid. They are perhaps the most feared of all the Nunnehi Gvdogi (Kith), if not the whole of First World mythology. A whole Tribe of Wolf-Changer’s claim spiritual ties to their number, but even they are careful of drawing too near.

More than simple monsters however, the Wechuge are a strange family of Gilo Saquohi (Adhene) that forever hover outside of the Waking world- waiting for some greedy soul to take more than their fair-share in a gross display of inequality. Cannibalism is one method to invite the Wechuge, as is a magician seeking too much power, or despoilers of nature- any action which upsets a precarious cycle.

The hapless individual that upsets this balance is now cursed with the Wechuge’s spirit, which travels from that Dreaming Other-Realm and takes over. Thus begins a slow and painful Chrysalis, as that body wastes away, mind becoming unhinged, and a painful desolate hunger for something, anything, takes over…



“Hunger is insolent, and will be fed.”
– Homer


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