A Year and A Day: Alma

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Almas.pdf

Quoth the Alma:

“Rurh Rahrara, Raarrh, Ruhruhru.”

Kith Excerpt:

The Changeling Way shaped the world of the Fae, whose denizens could now drape themselves in the trappings and Mien of mortal flesh. Yet even before that, the Almas were living and breeding with the human Tribes of the Steppes. One thing that never carried through, however, was the power of speech. Capable only of small roars and loud moans, the Almas has some difficulty in communicating with other of the Jijig Süns (Fae).

This doesn’t hinder them, however, and the Almas have a welcome place in mortal society. The mists that protect the Dreaming world slightly curves around the Almas in a way that proves beneficial to them and mortals witnesses. Their positive actions and good relations over the millennia have earned them that welcome.

Though they are considered one of the numerous Wild or Hairy-Volken Tribes of the Dreaming, the Almas are far from the ignorant grunting savages that serves as a wild-man stereotype. The Almas are cool, kind, and collected in a way that few of even the most cosmopolitan of Jijig Süns can claim.



“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”
― George Bernard Shaw


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