A Year and A Day: Ventoline

Changeling: the Dreaming

Homebrew Rules

Character Creation Guide Download: Ventoline.pdf

Quoth the Ventoline:

“No, No, You’re welcome. Thank you so much for the kind words, but it’s nothing. I only controlled the awesome power of the sun and storm for a little bit. No thanks are necessary.”

Kith Excerpt:

The stories tell how the Ventoline (which means little winds) could control the breeze and rain. They were nice little storm spirits who would aid Iberian fishermen. With great green wings, they played in the clouds and danced in the sunlight. These stories are mostly true.

The Ventoline are perhaps the most famously beloved of the Encantare (Fae). Aging sailors who yet remember the old ways sing their praises, and even the Holy Mother Church has a little smile for these winged Fair-Ones (not too far from the angels one might say). Their birthrights allow them to temper the storms or provide fair weather for the whole of Spain. They are the most Beato (Seelie) of the Encantare and proud of it.

However, their decidedly Beato nature is also mirrored in their darker halves, the Nuberu. Like the Angels they so resemble, the Ventolines can fall from the sky and land in the dark stunted bodies of demons. Without wings, and with only rage in their heart, the once saintly Panelinho are reduced to bitter Pagão (Unseelie). Yet this only happens if the mortal spectrum grows complacent with this Encantare’s gifts. And no mortal would ever be ungrateful, right?



“What a cold and a rainy day.
Where on earth is the sun hid away?”
– 10,000 Maniacs, “Like The Weather”


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