A Year and A Day: Sea Bishop

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Sea-Bishop.pdf

Quoth the Sea Bishop:

“When the Author of Luke (no it probably wasn’t that Luke), wrote on Jeshua, he was talking to Greek Philosophers about a Greek Philosopher. It doesn’t mean that he was wrong, or even that Matthew or Mark were. That’s the point of the Gospels or any story. Find your audience.”

Kith Excerpt:

One of the strangest Dreaming creatures of the Deep is the Sea-Bishop; also known as Monk-Fish, Sea-Monks, or Sea-Priests. These scripture-slinging salt-Fae are found in and around the cold waters of the North. Though history holds that they were mostly caught in Scandinavian waters, the myriad Islands of the Far Celtic Outworlds hold most of their number. Most of the Merfolk may hearken back to Dagon the Drowned King or other Pagan Oceanic Deities. But the devout Sea-Bishops focus more on the three People of the Book—Judaism, Islam, and the one most have had contact with, Christianity. If there are any Buddhist Sea Bishops out there, none can say.

The Sea Bishops are a good-natured tribe, one of the exceedingly rare Marcra Kiths out there (Double-Seelie). They are more honest than most of the Outworld Fae, and nowhere near as Selfish as their merfolk cousins. They offer sage advice (all steeped in Judeo-Christian literature of course) to Fae, mortal, or others. If someone needs help than the Sea Bishops can’t but help to offer aid.

However, gaining the help of the Sea Bishop means finding them first, and that is a challenge in itself. They are notoriously difficult to track, whether on land or in the deep dark frigid sea they call home. They travel incognito, and most don’t even recognize when they’ve met one. But that’s just the way the Sea-Bishops like it. The Lord works in mysterious ways, and so does the Dreaming.



“Whereof I am made a minister, according to the dispensation of God which is given to me for you, to fulfil the word of God; Even the mystery which hath been hid from ages and from generations, but now is made manifest to his saints”
– Colossians 1:25-26


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