A Year and A Day: Cuegle

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Cuegle.pdf

Quoth the Cuegle:

“Mama! Mama! It’s me Mama! Look at Me, please look at me!”

Kith Excerpt:

The Cuegle were once a prominent face in Iberian mythology. They were veritable kings of the underworld during the Celtic times, but then the Romans arrived and completely overwrote all that the Encantare (Fae) were. The Cuegle received the worst of this overwritten treatment. Though they were once masters of chthonic darkness and secrecy, they were now relegated to ugly little Goblins.

But these ugly little Goblins also possessed the ability to erase memories of themselves, leaving targets confused as to what was actually seen. This would serve the Cuegle well. Unusually Beato (Seelie), despite their goblin status, the Ceugle employed their abilities to easily slide into the good graces of the Holy Mother Church. Here in the Cathedrals, there were no shortage of vigilant priests and well-schooled witch-hunters who yet remembered the old ways and the dark Gods. The Cuegle were happy for the attention placed on the past. They could easily be regaled with the dangerous histories of all the Kith (but especially the Cuegle’s own) and all the while use their gifts to move undetected wherever they pleased.

But with such blessings that said concealment brings, there is also a curse. The Cuegle can easily be forgotten too much, and many completely cease to exist in the minds of loved ones. No few wayward Pouce Cuegle have had their parents completely forget that they even had a child. It is the wise Cuegle who can balance both aspects, the need to be remembered, with the ability to be forgotten.



“So long as we are being remembered, we remain alive.”
― Carlos Ruiz Zafón, “The Shadow of the Wind”


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