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- We DO NOT use Changeling: The Enchanted here. Most of it is superseded or overlapped by old entrenched house rules. Some individual bits and pieces have been adapted.
- Sidhe (both varieties) is currently closed due to overuse. Multiclassing (e.g. kinain + kinfolk) currently requires OOC approval from a kithain with Title 3+ (typically because you're going to join their household/motley, or at least RP with them about the idea of doing so); bboard 25 (Recruitment) may have tips about what they're looking for.
- Existing multiclass kinain should be careful about spreading yourself too thin. If most of your time and energy is spent elsewhere, then the changeling sphere probably won't spend a lot of their time and energy trying to include you.
- Current plan is to review these limits in October 2020.
Choose concept, court (if any - set as both Faction and Court), house (if any), seeming and kith
- House rule: When open, Autumn Sidhe (C20) are allowed and are listed as such on +sheet; Arcadian Sidhe are just "Sidhe" on +sheet
- 'Autumn Sidhe kinain' indicates that your closest known kithain relative(s) are Autumn Sidhe
- Shadow Court: set Faction = Unseelie, Court = Shadow
|Stat||Baseline||Freebies per additional dot|
|Attributes||1 in each + 6/4/3||5|
- House rule: C20 arts are allowed
- Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
- Contract, Dragon's Ire, "Oneiromancy (art)"
- Companion stats
- Prestige (Shadow Court): 3+ grants Title 1, 4+ grants Resources 3
Record beginning Glamour, Willpower and Banality as determined by your seeming.
|Childling||5||1||1||Though you are little more than a child in mind and body, no one can deny the wisdom behind your eyes. NOTE: As PCs must be at least 18 years of age, we DO NOT allow Childling PCs.|
|Wilder||4||2||3||You are a teenager in attitude and appearance. Radical and experimental, you chase after the stuff of new dreams. NOTE: PCs must be at least 18 years of age.|
|Grump||3||5||5||You are a full-grown adult, seen by most changelings as "over the hill." Despite this, you are respected.|