A Year and A Day: Fatae

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Fatae.pdf

Quoth the Fatae:

“You like me! You really like me!” *All accompanied by a slow hand wave…

Kith Excerpt:

The Sisterhood of Stirpe (Kith) called the Fatae are the rightful queens of the Italian Dreaming. Of all the Wolf Children’s Fata (Fae) Families, they are the most celebrated, most beloved, and most recognized by as royalty by the rest of the Globe’s Dreaming Kingdoms. In fact, the Name of the Kith is shared with the Latin Word for Fae itself – the feminine form of Fatum, meaning “fate, kismet, or destiny.” This highlights the bonds shared with the three sisters of fate themselves. And while no modern Fatae will outright claim direct blood to the Greek Alto Moltro known as Moirae, (called Parcae in Rome) many will smile and wink knowingly at such allegations.

Yet the Fatae today are a far cry removed from the simple spinners of antiquity, leaving that role to their Giane keepers. The Fatae today are jet-set party girls and international celebrities, bridging the gap betwixt exotic Dreaming and the glamorous world of men. In both realms they wear crowns, throw balls, swoon at handsome princes, and make royal decrees that have real-world consequences on their beloved subjects. They do all these things with a grace that only royalty can bring, and an open honesty that belies the skull-duggery of other political kith (such as the Celtic long-eared Stirpe of Sidhe)

Even the Silvani (Unseelie) of the Stirpe can be gregariously altruistic. With other Kithain, kindness is met with kindness and loyalty with loyalty. The Fatae regard even the basest of villains with a smile, and any favors owed are waved off with a smile. Later on, however, a Fatae will call on this debt to be repaid with a vehemence that few expect. This is when the true ardure of the Silvani half of the Fatae is recognized…



“Se non hai mai pianto, i tuoi occhi non possono essere belli.”
“If you haven’t cried, your eyes can’t be beautiful.”
– Sophia Loren


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