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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })The successor to Changeling: The Dreaming and fifth of the Chronicles of Darkness games, following Vampire, Werewolf, Mage and Promethean. Player characters are Changelings, humans who were stolen from their lives by the True Fae of Arcadia and kept as slaves or servants. Changelings are no longer entirely human, having been tormented in positively Lovecraftian ways until they were broken in either body, mind, soul, or all of the above, and then rebuilt according to the True Fae's whims. The player characters, and many non-player character Changelings, are those who managed to fight, sneak, run, or trick their way back to freedom and the mortal world, but even when they return they bear the scars of their experience. Their very bodies have been changed into inhuman shapes. Their eyes have been opened so that they can see the truth of things, but they are also beset by hallucinations and tricks of perception. Worst of all is the constant, nagging worry: what if I never escaped? What if this is all a trick... or if I was allowed to leave?Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Even if it isn't the bleakest thing White Wolf has included in the New World of Darkness (that honor goes to Wraith: The Oblivion), it is almost certainly among the most melancholic and a stark contrast to its idealistic predecessor. There is no redemption, no way to go back to what you once were. The True Fae are infinite, their sorcery unstoppable, and their appetites impossible to slake. The Changelings can either resume their old lives knowing that they could be helping but aren't, or they can take on their new lives, safe in the knowledge that their endeavors will be at best a moist towelette on the raging bonfire of the Fae. If, by some miracle, they do become powerful enough to truly take on the True Fae, the results aren't pretty. On the other hand, there is a deep emphasis on relationships, interconnection, and wonder that isn't there in other New World of Darkness games. Being only slightly better than humans, Changelings must rely on others—their Motley, their Freehold, their Entitlement—to help them take on most threats and maintain their hold on what sanity remains to them. In addition, several sourcebooks note that for all the horrors of the Changeling existence, they also experience incredible beauty and fantastic marvels that most mortals can never see.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Changeling was the second "limited cycle" game after Promethean, with a set number of sourcebooks, but proved popular enough that the line got extended for a few more books. The original five sourcebooks shared the same "seasonal" motif as the Changelings themselves: Rites of Spring gives more details regarding the specifics of Changeling life, the Hedge, and Fae magic, Lords of Summer elaborates on each seasonal Court, its place in a Freehold, and the noble Entitlements Changelings can join, Autumn Nightmares gives specifics on enemies and antagonists a Changeling might face, Winter Masques describes the Seemings and Kiths in more detail, as well as listing new potential Kiths and Courts from around the globe, and Equinox Road gives rules for high-powered and endgame play, including the dread truth behind the origins of the True Fae. The secondary sourcebooks were Swords at Dawn, which gives examples of change, Narrative Causality, and war amongst Changelings, Dancers in the Dusk, which describes endings, dreams, nightmares and fate, and Grim Fears, part of the Night Horrors mini-line of World of Darkness antagonists, focused on Fae-themed monsters and enemies.There have also been some PDF supplements: a set of Ready-Made PCs, Goblin Markets, a guide to those strange, peculiar markets where virtually anything is for sale, if you're willing to pay the price, and Victorian Lost, exploring changelings in Victorian Britain.As of GenCon 2014, a 2nd edition of Changeling was announced, eventually being released on January 16th, 2019.The various Splats of Changeling are as follows:The Seemings: The inborn classification of the Lost, representing the scars of each Changeling's time in Faerie and the manner of their keeping. Each Seeming is associated with a number of Kiths or subgroupings. Beasts: Those who were transformed into animals by their keepers. This Seeming includes those who are associated with real-life animals such as hounds, lions, and eagles, as well as those associated with fictional or mythical animals such as griffins, mermaids and sphinxes. Beasts gain supernatural composure and animal magnetism from their Seeming, but lose some of their mental ability as they have had trouble regaining their human faculties. Beast Kiths vary from outright embodiment of specific animals to embodying animals as they are associated with certain traits and qualities. From the corebook; Broadbacks (those of great endurance... and stubbornness), Hunterhearts (predators and other creatures with built-in weaponry), Runnerswifts (creatures of remarkable speed), Skitterskulks (creepy-crawlies or other creatures with jittering reflexes), Steepscramblers (climbing animals), Swimmerskins (aquatic and water-loving creatures), Venombites (poisonous animals) and Windwings (flying animals). To these, "Winter Masques" added the Cleareyes (representing creatures renowned for their senses), Coldscales (reptiles), Roteaters (carrion-eating beasts) and Truefriends (representing pets, pack animals, or others emphasizing loyalty to others). They also got one extra kith in "Grim Fears"; the Riddleseekers kith embodies animals as representatives of wisdom and cunning (sphinxes, spiders, snakes, owls, etc). Culture-based Beast Kiths (Also from Winter Masques) include: Chimeras (mix-and-match creatures who get along with hobgoblins), Coyotes (clever and greedy beasts), and Nixes (watery beings with intoxicating voices). Darklings: Often taken for breaking some obscure or arcane law of the Fae, Darklings were taken to lands of nightmare to become nightmares themselves. Boogeymen, face-changers, gargoyles, succubi, and scholars of lore mankind ought not know make up the ranks of this Seeming. Darklings are witty and adept at lying and hiding, but find their magic less effective during daylight hours, due to their bond to the darkness. Corebook Darkling Kiths are the Antiquarians (keepers of ancient lore and forgotten knowledge), Gravewights (those with ties to death and the undead), Leechfingers (soul-suckers, breath-stealers and blood-drinkers), Mirrorskins (shapeshifters and face-changers) and Tunnelgrubs (things that crawl and squirm below the ground). "Winter Masques" added Lurkgliders (gargoyles and flying... things), Moonborn (children of the moon and madness), Nightsingers (players of "the music of the night"), Palewraiths (spectres, shadows, and the like), Razorhands (serial killer-style nightmares) and Whisperwisps (spies and rumor-whisperers). "Victorian Lost" offers up the Lurkers (master thieves and pickpockets). Culture-based Darkling Kiths (Also from Winter Masques) include: Illes (Icelandic trolls with illusory beauty), Pishacha (Hindu cloud spirits that induce madness), and Skogsra (animal-controlling forest-dwellers). Elementals: Humans taken and transformed into inanimate 'things' - statues, snowdrifts, pools, streams, puffs of air, dolls, and other, more obscure items and substances. Connected as they are to the "bones of the earth," to the most primal, basic, and often durable of substances, Elementals have the ability to endure stunning amounts of punishment and damage, but they have trouble dealing with and understanding humans. How do you identify with standard-issue mortals when you've spent time as a tree, or a bonfire, or the sky itself? The Seeming whose kiths are most straightforward; the corebook Elementals are Airtouched (air), Earthbones (earth and stone), Fireheart (fire), Manikin (man-made items), Snowskin (cold), Waterborn (water) and Woodblood (plants). "Winter Masques" introduced the Blightbent (pollution), Levinquick (electricity), Metalflesh (metal) and Sandharrowed (sand) kiths. Culture-based Elemental Kiths (also from Winter Masques) include: Apsaras (watery tarts who induce lust), Ask-wee-da-eed (will-o'-the-wisps who bring bad luck), and Di-cang (jeweled Bodhisattvas who ease pain and... uh, break into things). Fairest: Of Them All. Mortals taken by the Fae and sculpted into images of beauty (or, at least, of intriguing attractiveness), then kept in torturous ecstasy by their keepers. The Fairest were often used as pleasure slaves or concubines by the Fae. Others were singers and dancers, or cast as statues to be viewed and enjoyed by the Gentry. A rare few (especially of the Draconic kith) were warrior-artists or magical monsters like dragons and chimeras. Due to their preternatural beauty and grace, Fairest wield advanced presence, persuasive skill, and social poise, but their separation from humanity (and, in some ways, from other Lost) tends to hasten their descent into madness. Fairest have the greatest variety of kiths. Bright Ones embody light. Dancers used their grace and agility to amuse their Keeper. Draconics embody the glory of the Great Beasts; dragons, chimerae, manticores and the like. Flowering Fairest were used as literal pieces of horticultural art or scent to use their seductive musks upon others. Muses were used to inspire, be it admiration, disgust or fear. Of their "Winter Masques" kiths: Flamesirens represent the entrancing beauty of fire. Polychromatics are living embodiments of the shifting rainbow. Shadowsouls show how darkness can be beautiful as light. Telluric Fairest are bonded to the stars and the celestial bodies. Treasured were living trophies to be admired and coveted by their Keeper. "Grim Fears" adds another set: Minstrels amused their Keeper with music and/or song. Romancers were the idealized lovers of the True Fae, and punished terribly for being anything less than perfect. Larcenists stole for their Keepers, and often stole their freedom from their Keepers. Perhaps worst of all, the Playmates were taken to be the "best friend" of a childish True Fae. Culture-based Fairest Kiths (also from Winter Masques) include: Gandharva (eloquent androgynes), Succubus (or Incubus) (beautiful seducers), and Weisse Frau (gentle protectors). Ogres: Victims of monstrous brutality, Ogres had to become brutal monsters to survive. Often, but not always, big and imposing, Ogres can be cunning cyclopes, massive giants, nimble and bloodthirsty redcaps, or surly trolls. Their strength and fighting skill have been boosted by their Durances, and they can be terrifying when they wish, but the workings of the Others can leave them gullible and sometimes dull-witted, often with short tempers. Cyclopeans are Ogres with preternaturally accurate senses, though the ogres are often maimed or handicapped in some way. Farwalkers are bestial Ogres of the wilderness. Gargantuans are giants even among Ogres. Gristlegrinders are gifted and cursed with gnashing maws (and often a matching hunger for flesh). Stonebones display the toughness of a mountain cliffside. Water-Dwellers are amphibious Ogres. Of new Kiths introduced in "Winter Masques": Bloodbrutes are survivors of Arcadian gladiatorial arenas and wrestling rings. Corpsegrinders were fed on death. Renders can destroy almost anything they touch, a legacy of their time as laborers with no tools save their hands, or as living siege weapons. Witchteeth are Ogres who have proven more receptive to the mystical side of their Faerie nature, embodying the cruel man-eating witch and the magic-wielding giant of old lore. Culture-based Ogre Kiths (from Winter Masques) include: Daitya (giants who rend and tear with supernatural ease), Oni (demons who gain power from the blood of the sinful), and Trolls (manipulative brutes). Wizened: The Wizened endured endless tortures, then lives of undignified, often pointless drudgery, at the hands of their Keepers. They cleaned the houses, dens, or lairs of their Fae captors, crafted tools and machines, healed (or helped to alter) other Changeling captives, and sometimes served as butlers or cooks in the Fae households. Each Wizened has been 'reduced' in some way - height, weight, size, or sheer physical presence has been shrunk. Some are dwarfish, others unnaturally thin, and still others seem less 'real' than other people. Wizened are clever and nimble, often able to dodge attacks with unbelievable skill, but most are spiteful, shy, or otherwise have trouble dealing with people. The Wizened kiths all relate to the tasks they performed. Artists (obsessive craftsmen), Brewers (creators of heady and potent potables), Chatelaines (impeccably-mannered valets and diplomats), Chirurgeons (unrivaled doctors and surgeons), Oracles (fortunetellers), Smiths (forgers of magical tools), Soldiers (battle-scarred swordsmen), and Woodwalkers (survivors of alien wildernesses), "Winter Masques" adds: Authors (master polyglots), Drudges (swift but overlooked workers), Gameplayers (clever masters of trivial pursuits), and Miners (telegraphing without the telegraph). "Victorian Lost" adds Inventors (makers of technological wonders). "Swords at Dawn" adds Fatemakers (those skilled in Talecrafting better than others). Culture-based Wizened Kiths (from Winter Masques) include: Gremlins (tinkerers who render equipment useless), Pamarindo (greasy but sustaining epicures), and Thussers (mesmerizing musicians).Second Edition modifies the Seeming/Kith setup: your Seeming is based on what happened in Arcadia, how you escaped or how you approach the world now, whereas your Kith is a specialization your Keeper imposed upon you or something you gained through the Hedge. Any Kith can belong to any Seeming, and will manifest in an appropriate fashion. A seventh Seeming was introduced in World of Darkness: Dark Eras during the development period, before the book was completely developed.The Courts: Half political party, a third support group, 5/7ths ruling body, and .75 masonic lodge, the Courts are the chosen Splats of Changeling. The various court systems offer protection from the Others by confusing Them with the sharing of power - or, at least, this is the theory.The Seasonal Courts - The most commonly-followed Court system in Europe and the Americas, this court system changes power with the seasons, the Spring Court handing over rule of the Freehold to the Summer Court on the Solstice. These courts tend to have "splinter" courts, in those areas with slightly different takes on the seasons — an equatorial country may have Dry Season and Wet Season courts as the only courts, both splitting off from Summer. Spring Court - After being twisted and stunted by the Gentry for so long, Changelings should have the ability to grow again. The Antler Crown is all about growth, healing, and rejuvenation. They dive into life, often developing a strong presence in the mortal world. Their court emotion is Desire. Variants include Short Springnote  Like the land itself, the Changelings grow swift and verdant, but tend to be fickle and indecisive. The Growing Season Court is about the time of greenery outpouring, fast rains, animals breeding. Their court emotion is Desire's shade: Lust. and Whirlwind Springnote  These Changelings allow their desires to run rampant, dark and mad urges and whims dragging them unpredictably here and there. This utter lack of control makes them mavericks, and they are often outside the court system proper.. Summer Court - If the Gentry return, we'll be ready. The Iron Spear is focused on martial prowess and strength (or skill) in general, and often stands as the freehold's army. The ranks of Summer also include generals, scouts, and the occasional diplomat or lawyer. Their court emotion is Wrath. Variants include the Dry Seasonnote Summer is a time of brittleness, dryness, bitterness, cracking. These Changelings explode into frenzies of hate and wrath at unpredictable intervals that can scour those who oppose them like a roaring conflagration. Their court emotion is Rage. and the Monsoon Season.note Revenge is not a dish to serve cold, but piping hot, fresh and bloody. These Changelings clamor and howl vindication of broken hearts and betrayed pledges — their wrath is personal to them. Always. Their court emotion is Sanguine. Autumn Court - The best way to beat the Gentry is to understand how they work. The Leaden Mirror consists of occultists, Hedge wanderers, and sorcerers. They learn and develop powerful Contracts, catalogue the weaknesses of the True Fae, and even study the other strange denizens of the New World of Darkness. Their court emotion is Fear. Winter Court - We drew the attention of the Gentry once, and we sure as hell won't do it again. The Silent Arrow deals in stealth, secrets, and obfuscation, with the main goal of keeping the Lost safe by keeping them secret. Members serve as spies or scouts and often create safe houses for others of their Court or Freehold. Their court emotion is Sorrow. One variant is the Dead Seasonnote  in the depths of the Long Winter, sorrow and grief lose all of their passion, becoming so deep and all-consuming that one can barely muster any emotion at all. The court emotion of these tundra-like Changelings is Despair..The Directional Courts - Wide portions of Asia, including Japan, China, and surrounding countries, follow this system, which divides the Freehold into quarters, each ruled by an Emperor. North Court - The best way to resist the depredations of the Gentry is to guard one's self against the burdens of the world. The Court of the Tortoise consists of ascetics and disciplined scholars who expose themselves to pain and exposure, believing that the Others won't take them again if the courtiers have nothing to lose. Their court emotion is Suffering. East Court - The best way to shore one's self against the Gentry is to build power and influence. Businessmen and manipulators, the Court of the Serpent uses wealth and notoriety to maintain their kingdoms. Courtiers often develop sprawling webs of influence and status. Their court emotion is Envy. South Court - The Gentry opened our mind to new senses, and the best way to adapt is to lose yourself in them. Artists and Ecstatics, the Court of the Phoenix throws itself into its interests with passions unmatched by others. They believe that the strength of their emotion grants them power with which to defend against the Others. Their court emotion is Ecstasy. West Court - We will stand against the Gentry and protect the others of the freehold at all costs. Warriors and generals, the Court of the Tiger stands firm against all threats. Unlike the less controlled Summer court, the West Court tends toward rigid, almost obsessive discipline. Their court emotion is Honor.The Diurnal Courts - Followed in areas of Eastern Europe, this system changes power at twilight and focuses on balance and equal opposition, each court seeking to overcome and undo the works of the other. Sun Court - One must stand against the sins of the world and serve as a beacon to others. The Court of the Day is dedicated to serving as paladins, priests, and moral figures to the rest of the freehold. Much as the Others cannot understand the sharing of power, they say, They cannot understand true virtue, and so living virtuously offers a defense. Their court emotion is Shame. Moon Court - The world is a sinful place, and sin can give you strength. The Court of the Night consists of malcontents, criminals and radicals who deal in vice and laugh in the face of unyielding righteousness. After having been controlled by their Keepers, Moon Courtiers refuse to allow society to dictate their actions. Their court emotion is Disgust.Other Courts - Some freeholds follow court systems even more obscure than those listed above. The Dawn and Dusk courts, for example, change power depending on the whims of fate and the welfare of the Freehold itself. Dawn Court - There's always the chance things will change, if you're willing to sacrifice, and things can always get better. The Court of the Dawn is made up of visionaries, martyrs, and others who believe that with hard work and change, things can improve. Their court emotion is Hope. Dusk Court - Everything's going to Hell in a hand-basket - the Freehold, the world, everything. 'Course, that just means you've got to work, fight, and party like it's your last day alive, 'cuz, heck, it probably is. Dusk Courtiers are warriors, seers, and others with the strength to accept that a dark fate was coming but face it nonetheless. Their court emotion is Fatalism.The 2nd Edition corebook features several sets of alternate Court systems. One calls itself a single Court with three "Societies" (Morning, Day, and Night), while the others are the four Tidal Courts (High, Ebb, Low, and Flood) and the four Traders' Courts (Coins, Barter, Favors, and Shady Deals).Terminology, with translations: Every Changeling (Character) was once a perfectly normal (or at most mildly exceptional) human taken by one of the True Fae, enduring a Durance (length of time) in Arcadia, and frequently replaced by a Fetch (almost-twin) created by their True Fae abductor to fill their place in the real world. Surviving in Arcadia shapes the abducted into a member of one of six Seemings, (class) probably with an associated Kith (sub-class). Once they have returned, most Changelings choose to join a Court (faction) of like-minded Changelings, which gives the Changeling extra power and an infrastructure to draw upon. Changelings enact powers known as Contracts (spells), which represent clauses in ancient deals brokered between the Fae and aspects of reality itself. A city full of Changelings is known as a Freehold generally made up of one or more Motleys (parties), small groups of allied Changelings. Some Changelings further join an Entitlement (prestige class) for more power, allies, or what have you.
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And Then John Was a Zombie
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And Then John Was a Zombie: Sometimes high-Wyrd and low-Clarity Changelings find themselves called to return to Arcadia, there to become True Fae themselves. There's also a very subtle implication: the True Fae occupy themselves by making up fictional characters, settings, and items, and then enacting stories with them for their own amusement. Remind you of anyone?
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Supernatural Angst: Fully and horribly justified by the horrors Changelings have endured, and generally continue to endure. Let's see... the Beasts were turned into either savage predators or fearful prey and had the capability for rational thought ripped from them. The Darklings were taken for breaking some unknown law and submerged in nightmares. The Elementals were transformed into pure natural forces and still remain divorced from human thought patterns. The Fairest were used as sex slaves and underwent Durances that bounced between utter luxury and unimaginable hell. The Ogres were all, by definition, abuse victims. And the Wizened were turned into slaves and craftsmen, subjected to random spite, and often tricked into thinking they'd escaped from Arcadia, only to have their Keepers collapse the illusion in the cruelest way possible.
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Dream Weaver: Nearly all fae creatures, including the True Fae and Changelings, are capable of this to one degree or another.
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Sliding Scale of Free Will vs. Fate
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Sliding Scale of Free Will vs. Fate: Changeling as a gameline lies somewhere in the middle. Fate, alternately known as the Wyrd, is a definite force in the lives of the fae, but not every fated prophecy will come to pass.
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Winds of Destiny, Change
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Winds of Destiny, Change: The Contracts of Hearth allow one of the Lost to grant good or bad luck - but use them wrong or too often, and the effects reverse. For some of the weaker clauses, this simply makes things more flexible (you can grant a curse rather than a blessing). For others, the ill luck affects YOU. The Wyrd knows, and it does not enjoy being used.
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Instant Expert: One of the early Clauses of the Contract of Animation is to give the Changeling who uses it an innate knowledge of how to use a device. Combined with the ability to gain Skill and Merit bonuses through Pledgecraft, or to use a Merit to draw knowledge from the collective dreams of mankind, this means that a Changeling could go from computer illiterate to Googling away in a few moments, and become a fairly serviceable hacker overnight.
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Expendable Clone
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One notable Fetch power allows them to create other simulacra, which will animate when the first Fetch dies. Essentially, they become Expendable Clones
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Several of the pregenerated changelings and True Fae are references. Wild Sam (from Night Horrors, Grim Fears) is a Darker and Edgier Max from Where the Wild Things Are. The minotaur mentioned in The Equinox Road is strikingly similar to the Minotaur from House of Leaves.
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Power Creep, Power Seep
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Power Creep, Power Seep: Second Edition grants Changelings a fair bit more potency than before. Each Kith has two enhancements - a Kith Blessing that causes a skill used in a particular way to achieve an Exceptional Success on three successes instead of five, and a "Trickery" that is a power unique to that Kith, usually activated by spending a glamour and rolling a die pool though some exceptions exist. Contracts in general are also more potent than they were in First Edition. Fae Touched. In first edition it was a term that referred to anything that had a connection with the Wyrd, from Changelings to insects the Hedge mutated into a fae-swarm, to the children of a Fetch. In Second Edition, they're people who have made a significant promise with someone who has become a Changeling, found their way into the Hedge and have come out again empowered. They're not as potent as a Changeling nor do they have a Seeming or Kith, but they can learn contracts, are able to feel the pain of the Changeling they made a promise with and can sense the direction of that Changeling as well.
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The Hedge of Thorns
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The Hedge of Thorns: The... er... Hedge. There are Thorns in it. Yeah.
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What Did You Expect When You Named It ____?
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What Did You Expect When You Named It New Lyonesse?: It's because of situations like this that Changelings avoid naming their freeholds after myths, legends, or fairy tales - the Wyrd sometimes like to make sure the story repeats itself. Mention is made of "the grave fate that befell New Lyonesse."
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The Wild Hunt
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The Wild Hunt: Definitely shows up. See "Dangerous Forbidden Technique" above.
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Cool Old Guy
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Cool Old Guy: The hobgoblin Billy Birch is the Cool Old Guy, the undisputed oldest denizen of the Hedge. He is frighteningly powerful when he gets angry, and even the True Fae know better than to mess with him.
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Genre Savvy
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Genre Savvy: Changeling: the Lost characters almost always have at least some, with some being downright experts; the Talecrafting rules are a way of making this into an actual magic power.
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Artistic License – Biology
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Artistic License – Biology: In-universe. The True Fae don't care about actual science, so Beasts are usually more like the cultural imagining of any given animal than the reality.
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Anti-Magic
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Anti-Magic: One of the multiple in-universe theories about why Cold Iron harms the True Fae is that it is the most non-magical substance on earth, and is therefore anathema to Fae magic.
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Gone Horribly Right
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Gone Horribly Right: The expected result any time a Changeling uses Call the Wild Hunt.
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Transhuman Treachery
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Transhuman Treachery: This is what happens when an Autumn Courtier gets a little too low on the ol' Clarity-meter — though any Changeling can fall prey to such, Autumn's philosophies are more predisposed toward it. Arguably, Privateers and Loyalists as well, as they all too often will be right there condemning the poor Muggles to the same fate they endured for profit, fear, or twisted loyalty to their insane masters.
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By the Eyes of the Blind
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By the Eyes of the Blind: The corebook lists several groups of people who might have a possibility to see through the Mask, including children, the insane, seventh children of seventh children, and those who suffer from mental illness. The book Autumn Nightmares gives an example - a man who took a bullet in just the right spot in his brain.
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Dual-World Gameplay
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Dual-World Gameplay: the mortal world and the Hedge. Some Changelings with the Contracts of Shade and Spirit get access to the Underworld, too.
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The Blank
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The Blank: A version of the Noppera-bo features as an inhabitant of the Hedge.
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Being Tortured Makes You Evil
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Being Tortured Makes You Evil: Not universally, but many Changelings (especially Ogres) turn around and become abusers in their own right. And some go even further than that...
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Villain Ball
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Villain Ball: The True Fae's wonky perceptions of everything can lead to them picking this up. See: Jack o' The Lantern, and how he managed to both walk out of Arcadia and rendered it impossible for him to be taken back.
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Power at a Price
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Rumors in the book are to be taken with a grain of salt (they're in-character pieces, and changelings are prone to assume things without all - or any - of the facts). Said rumor sidebar also claims they lose bits of themselves due to their abilities, which is simply not true.
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Artificial Human
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Artificial Human: The Fetch is an example of this - a false human made of a conglomeration of found items, trash, and a bit of a Changeling's shadow, covered with a high-grade Mask to make it appear human. Many never even realize that they're not who they appear to be, until the Changeling comes back to reclaim his life.
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Voluntary Shapeshifting
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Voluntary Shapeshifting: Some Contracts allow this, but Darkling Mirrorskins have this as their special ability.
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Deal with the Devil
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Deal with the Devil: Some Changelings were abducted due to deals of this kind. Protip: if someone calling himself "the blue man with willow-thistle arms" offers to solve your problems, don't take him up on it. Almost any deal with a Changeling or True Fae can become like this, due to their ability to bind agreements into Pledges and the ability most develop with contracts and loopholes. Many a mortal has tried to get the better on a Changeling only to find himself snared in a catch-22 and looking down the barrel of a greater curse for his troubles.
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Hyperspace Is a Scary Place
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Hyperspace Is a Scary Place: Due to quirks of time and distance, it's possible to walk from place to place in the Hedge much quicker than it would be to walk in the real world. Granted, it's exponentially more dangerous to do so, but sometimes the risk is worth it.
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With Great Power Comes Great Insanity
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With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: The more powerful a Changeling gets, the easier it becomes for their Clarity to drop and the harder it becomes for them to distinguish between reality and fantasy. A Changeling that grows too powerful and has too little Clarity has the disturbing possibility on becoming one of the True Fae. Second Edition plays with this a bit. Clarity functions more akin to Health than before, with boxes taking Clarity Damage from various assaults. The interesting aspect is that the die pool for said damage is based on the Changeling's own Wyrd, meaning that the stronger a Changeling becomes the harder their Clarity will be hit with each blow.
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Haute Cuisine Is Weird
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Haute Cuisine Is Weird: Taken Up to Eleven with the Knights of the Knowledge of the Tongue, an Entitlement for whom perfect food is everything. For this, they'll plumb the Hedge for the most exotic goblin fruits (and meats, sometimes sapient) to produce dishes that might Taste Like Purple and induce literal Foodgasms, at minimum.
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Winter Royal Lady
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Winter Royal Lady: Any queen of the Winter Court, fairly obviously. Female Elemental Snowskins (or other Lost women with cold powers) can also play up to this archetype, though the books note that just as many intentionally avoid the Winter Court to avoid it.
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Muggles Do It Better
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Muggles Do It Better: A common lament of the Wizened. Changelings can use Contracts and other methods to create incredible things, but it's either a temporary effect or likely to be flawed in some way.
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I'm a Humanitarian
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The Ogre stereotype on Mortals says it all — You're beautiful. On the other hand, you taste like chicken.
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A Year and a Day
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A Year and a Day: One of the possible Durations of a Pledge, and the duration shows up in other places, as well. According to the books, the extra day is to account for Leap Years - if a pledge is sworn for only 365 days, it could unravel on the leap day, causing unwanted consequences.
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Fantastic Fruits and Vegetables
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Fantastic Fruits and Vegetables: Goblin Fruits and oddments. What else would you call a blood-flavored orange that heals your wounds, or a chewing-gum-like moss that helps you understand any spoken language?
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game) / int_22ed5d74
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Arcadia
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Arcadia: Bluntly subverted by the home of the True Fae. There are realms of nature, yes, and some places seem peaceful, but the reality of the place is closer to Hell (or perhaps the home realms of Hellraiser's Cenobites) than it is to any sort of idyllic natural setting. Any vestige of the old Arcadia is found in the Hedge, an infinitely twisting maze of endless thorns that rip your soul out of your body, piece by piece. They even have a mechanic for it.
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Beast and Beauty
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Beast and Beauty: It's even a stereotype that Ogres really like the Fairest. The Fairest usually don't reciprocate these feelings, but it happens. Generally though the Ogre will merely be strung along and serve as dumb muscle. Autumn Nightmares provides a pair of NPCs who exemplify this dynamic, a mercurial Fairest named Damiana and a violently loyal Ogre named Bert (although Bert knows the score, and Damiana, for her part, does care for him, just not enough to not screw with his emotions to make herself feel better).
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Infallible Babble
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Infallible Babble: Very, very averted. The "rumors" side bars on various Entitlements often make some pretty large leaps of logic, and sometimes conflict with the actual write-up; ie, just plain wrong. This is Lampshaded in the writeup for the Ancient and Accepted Order of Bridgemasons, it's pointed out that very few changelings are stupid/paranoid enough to think their handiwork draws the True Fae (if it was, why haven't its users been abducted already?), but rulers who dislike them are known to lend credence to the theory.
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Blood Magic
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Blood Magic: Some Tokens, magical items infused by the power of Faerie, require a tithe of blood to fulfill their Catch. Notable is the Pledge Stone, which requires the sacrifice of a finger or tongue.
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Curse Escape Clause
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Curse Escape Clause: Occasionally shows up, (once again as befitting the fairy-tale nature of the game). Some Changelings manage to escape their captivity this way, especially if the Keeper in question wasn't careful enough to ensure that the "impossible" conditions for a Changeling's release were, in fact, impossible. One more reason to pay close attention to the wording of those Pledges.
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Karma Meter
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Karma Meter / Sanity Meter: Clarity. This tracks how much a character has mentally grown to resemble her Fae captors, both in her moral uprightness and her ability to tell reality from the dreams and hallucinations that come from her fae perceptions. It is worth noting that Clarity is somewhat unique amongst the various World of Darkness Morality tracks in that it can drop through no fault of the player- their sanity has become much more fragile, and general disruptions and chaos that disrupts their day to day routine can be just as jarring and detrimental to their mind as actively doing something reprehensible. Clarity is also far less forgiving than some of the other Morality scales of the NWoD because it doesn't know the meaning of "extenuating circumstances", unless you're acting in accordance with your Virtue, which will usually give you bonuses to degeneration rolls but not avoid the need to roll at all. Clarity is also unique in that beneficial events can trigger potential drops (if they're not expected). Having to move to a new home (even if you're acquiring a nicer residence) triggers a chance at degeneration if your Clarity is 7 or above. Unplanned pregnancy explicitly is actually a larger trigger for degeneration (Clarity 4) than killing another changeling (Clarity 5). Changelings greatly desire a stable environment and routine. On the plus side, as seen above under Creative Sterility, having an unplanned pregnancy is really hard for a changeling. Clarity is reworked in Second Edition to function more like Health, with each box able to take Mild or Severe damage. Meaningful interaction with a Changeling's Touchstones allows them to heal Clarity damage, and taking damage in their rightmost boxes causes them to take Conditions that affect their mental state. Interestingly, having all their boxes filled with Severe damage doesn't kill them - it simply puts them into a coma and allows a Huntsman to take them without resistance.
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Carnivore Confusion
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Carnivore Confusion: Beasts changed into carnivorous animals sometimes have to make a distinct effort to avoid thinking of other people, especially other Beasts transformed into prey, as food.
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Poisonous Person
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Poisonous Person: the Blightbent kith of Elementals are elementals of pollution and corruption. Venombite Beasts represent venomous animals.
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Seasonal Baggage
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Seasonal Baggage: The prominent Courts of western Europe and North America. As noted by Winter Masqes, areas with altered seasonal cycles sometimes follow the same Court system, modified to match.
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Beast Man
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Beast Man: The Beast seeming.
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Lie to the Beholder
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Lie to the Beholder: This is how the Mask works, more or less.
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical One of the contracts for the Spring Court lets you summon an amount of rain based on the successes you achieve on an extended action. If you keep this certain clause up for a long enough period of time, you can summon a hurricane. You'll end up causing unacceptable amounts of collateral damage, hence this trope.
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He Who Fights Monsters
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He Who Fights Monsters: Changelings have a dozen ways to become Well Intentioned Extremists or Knights Templar in their battles against the True Fae. Bridge-Burners try to close down all doors between the real world and the Hedge, despite the utility (verging on necessity) other Changelings find in it. Militia members seek to "enlist" other members into probably-Pyrrhic battles against the Others. Even members of the standard Courts who don't fall in with one of the extremist groups can become oppressors themselves in order to develop power with which to fight or avoid the Others.
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Combo Platter Powers
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Combo Platter Powers: Like the Fae, changelings can have Contracts with almost anything, and are thus very, very inclined to this trope. A character might be able to talk to dogs, remain comfortable in any temperature, enhance her performance skills, seem to be a celebrity, and interrogate the landscape of a parallel dimension. When you bring in goblin contracts, the platter can get really overloaded. Point in fact, the mechanics of the game itself tend to encourage this, as Changelings pay less to purchase/upgrade their "affinity" power sets than any other denizen in the World of Darkness, and have far, far more of them as well — a vampire has affinity to three Disciplines (four if of a Bloodline), but a Changeling has Affinity to nearly every type of Contract except the specialty Contracts of other Courts and Seemings. Considering how outright weird most contracts are, you kind of need a lot of them to have even a shot at having one useful for a current situation.
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Fantastic Drug
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Fantastic Drug: Goblin Fruits in general have the potential to be like this; the corebook even contains a plot hook for a Vampire: The Requiem crossover in which a goblin fruit called "bloodroot" is being sold on to the local kindred. Bloodroot is harmless to changelings, but to vampires, it's a powerful narcotic — and one they can actually feel wholeheartedly and without needing to use through human blood to enjoy. In addition, Rites of Spring lists rules for Glamour intoxication, letting Changelings who indulge too strongly get drunk on the essential power of human emotion.
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Undead Tax Exemption
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Undead Tax Exemption: The New Identity Merit is there to address concerns of how you get by in society when your fetch is living your life and you may look younger/older than you should be.
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Omniglot
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Omniglot: A Changeling with the Wisdom of Dreams Merit can at any time draw knowledge of another language from the collective unconscious of the world.
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Magical Romani
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Magical Romani: "Grandma Mara" the elderly Fortune Teller deliberately dresses like a Roma stereotype when she sets up her tent. She's actually a True Fae who's Exploiting the image to impress her marks, whom she manipulates with mind-reading and Fate magic.
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Older Than They Look
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Older Than They Look: The Changeling's connection to the Wyrd slows their aging and extends their lifespan, up to a maximum of + 140 years at Wyrd 10. By that point, it may not be long before aging is no longer an issue...
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Flying Dutchman
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Flying Dutchman: Jack o' the Lantern, of Grim Fears. Yes, he's that Jack.
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Cursed with Awesome
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Cursed with Awesome: The outlook of the Autumn Court. They don't like what happened to them, but they figure that since becoming a Changeling has given then magical powers, they might as well get as good at them as they possibly can.
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Split-Personality Merge
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Split-Personality Merge: In an Enemy Without sort of way. Common belief is that a Changeling's Fetch incorporates part of the original's soul, metaphorically and metaphysically represented by a scrap of his shadow. Normally, a changeling either leaves the Fetch alone or kills it. But if a Changeling and Fetch can grow to truly understand and empathize with one another, they can merge, rejoining that scrap of soul with the Changeling's tattered remnants. This helps shore up the Changeling's sense of self and Clarity, and grants him access to all the Fetch's memories.
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Terror Hero
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Terror Hero: Any beneficent Autumn Courtier is likely to become this.
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Even Evil Has Standards
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Even Evil Has Standards: The True Fae may be pitiless kidnappers and abusers, but they tend to get very, very angry at anyone - including one of their own - who breaks a sworn promise. Not that it stops them from Loophole Abuse-ing said sworn promises to the fullest, however. You do NOT. FUCKING. BREAK. Market Law. Essentially it declares Goblin Markets a "Safe Zone". If you're in one, nobody is going to fuck with you; even if you run into your Keeper, they can't do jack. However, only those selling goods get full protection. The second one of them gets hurt or any of the other parts of Market Law get violated, you get nailed with a powerful Curse, and every Goblin in the market rushes you and starts beating the everloving SHIT out of you. It says something when even the True Fae don't want to deal with this kind of crap. (Also: Don't even think about shortchanging or god help you STEALING from a Marketeer). It IS possible, if you have goods to offer that the Goblins find useful or interesting, to become a Marketeer and gain total and full protection under Market Law; even if they avoid harming anything else, they can't touch you within the confines of market. The caveat is it's very difficult to fulfill the criteria to become a Marketeer and if you fuck it up too badly... Well, its not fun to say the least.
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Starfish Aliens
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Starfish Aliens: Many of the True Fae manifest in forms that just plain don't make biological sense. In their defense, though, it's magic.
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Be Careful What You Say
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Be Careful What You Say: Changeling: the Lost is full of this trope, most explicitly in the ability for Changelings (and Gentry) to bind anything you say as a magically enforced Pledge as long as it's phrased in a way that can be taken as a statement of intent. Most of the subtropes end up being used by players and storytellers, too. Some Changelings are leery about making and breaking any sort of promise, whether bound by a Pledge or not, out of concern that the Wyrd might take an interest. If a Changeling does try to invoke a pledge without the direct consent of the other signatory (IE tricking them into making one), they suffer a potential breaking point to their Clarity for doing something so much like one of the True Fae would do. It's stated that a good number of Changelings get dragged to Arcadia in the first place by the True Fae who pulled this kind of trick, so it's not too surprising that Changeling society frowns upon it. It's not uncommon for Freehold oaths to specifically forbid this. If you trick someone into an unfair or damaging pact or oathbind another without consent (without a damn good reason)? Enjoy getting kicked out into the Hedge alone, without resources... dick.
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Gentle Giant
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Gentle Giant: Not all ogres are cannibalistic engines of destruction.
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PowerOfLove
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Fetches, by default, can't have children because they're nothing but pale imitations of human life. Autumn Nightmares offers the possibility that they can have a child if they truly love the human they're courting and don't know that their pretense of humanity is a lie. They produce either Creepy Children, Enfantes Terrible, or both.
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Clone Degeneration
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Clone Degeneration: The Fetch which the Fae leave behind in a Changeling's place is often somewhat... off from the original, even before its original returns. This often manifests as a tendency toward psychopathy. It's not fun. And just to prove that White Wolf is evil, the missing trait can be a personality flaw as well - meaning that the Changeling might come back to find a family man Fetch who's more moral and well-adjusted than the original. Still want to slaughter the guy to take your life back, Jerkass?
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Corporate Dragon
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Corporate Dragon: There are two Gentry who control international corporations. Baron Fairweather, aka the Free Market Dragon, owns Max Mart. Dorian Hargrave, aka Dzarûmazh the Deathless, aka the Conqueror Worm, owns Hargrave Imports.
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Food Chains
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Food Chains: One of the ways in which a mortal might catch the attention of the True Fae (resulting in kidnap and durance) is by eating food the Fae's claimed as its own. Also, some of the fluff indicates that humans transform into Changelings in Arcadia, in part, by eating the food, drinking the water, and breathing the air.
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Compelling Voice
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Compelling Voice: There are Kiths, Merits, and Contracts all out there to represent this archetypal Fae power.
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Bazaar of the Bizarre
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Bazaar of the Bizarre: Goblin Markets. Strange marketplaces run by hobgoblins, where you can buy anything from new Contracts to magic items to the dream of a summer day - for the right price. (The right price ranges from a memory to three locks of hair via your pet rat to three fingers from your left hand, almost all of which are in-universe metaphors for Glamour points or XP.)
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Reality Warper
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Reality Warper: Each True Fae in its own domain. Because many of them are their domain.
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So Beautiful, It's a Curse
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So Beautiful, It's a Curse: Justified with the Fairest; True, they happen to be prettier then they could have ever been when they were mortal-a fact which they like. Said beauty often comes with the second-worst variety of Durance (the worst being Wizened) leading to major self-esteem issues, and an even more fragile connection to reality then other Changelings.
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Noodle Incident
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Noodle Incident: "Changelings tend to avoid giving Freeholds too-obvious names derived from myth, ever since the disaster that befell the 17th-century legendary freehold of New Lyonesse." Can be considerably less noodle-ish if you know your Arthurian legends. Lyonesse was drowned by the sea.
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Blessed with Suck
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Blessed with Suck: Okay, some of the powers they have are pretty darn cool. But what they had to go through to get them is most decidedly not.
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Monsters Anonymous
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Monsters Anonymous: The various Courts, Entitlements, and Motleys of the Lost serve, in part, to provide this sort of assistance to the Lost who join them. Certain members within the Spring and Winter courts especially offer aid in reintegrating with Mortal society or gaining appropriate documentation with which to blend in (respectively, with some overlap).
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Mad Lib Fantasy Title
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Mad Lib Fantasy Title: Just like the other World of Darkness gamelines.
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Public Domain Character
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A specific example would be Jack o' The Lantern (yes, that Jack) who was banned from Hell - ie, Arcadia - not because his Keeper was afraid of getting scammed again, but because he tricked the greedy Fae into believing there was a (non-existent) treasure only he was capable of getting. He lost some of his emotions in the process, but for his part, he could not care less he's stuck on Earth.
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Broken Aesop
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Broken Aesop: The Scarecrow Ministry are monsters that try to scare people away from areas where real monsters lurk, so that they will not be killed or taken. Some members have been known to do this by killing those people and leaving a few survivors to tell the warning tale.
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Sufficiently Analyzed Magic
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Sufficiently Analyzed Magic: This is the raison d'etre of the Autumn Court. Granted, most Fae magic is about as simple to catalogue as contract law, but Autumn Courtiers often branch out into other areas of the World of Darkness's supernatural.
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Elemental Embodiment
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Elemental Embodiment: Members of the aptly-named Elemental seeming. They were transformed into inanimate objects while in Arcadia, and even on their return to the real world they possess elemental features either literal, metaphorical, or both. With the highest levels of the Contracts of the Elements, *any* Changeling can turn into a towering flame, stone statue, animated wave, or what have you.
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Elemental Powers
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Elemental Powers: The aforementioned Contracts of the Elements. Toyed with, in that you can invoke these contracts with esoteric elements not usually in the lists - things like fire, ice, and wind are listed, but so are things such as plastic, hair, glass, or concrete. Elemental Shapeshifter: The highest clause of an Elemental's Contract allows them to transmute into said element, with certain benefits — insubstantial elements (such as fire, air, and lightning) can only be harmed by certain kinds of damage, whereas substantial elements (such as stone or metal) grant heavy armor and physical bonuses.
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Magically Binding Contract
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Magically Binding Contract: Pledges are a borderline case. While a Pledge won't supernaturally compel or fate the oathbound to fulfill their ends of the bargain, it will hit them with a supernatural Sanction if they break their word. As these sanctions can range from minor curses to death, they're often a pretty powerful motivation. Particularly nasty fae can also bind mortals into contracts they aren't aware they are making. Badly chosen words, like screaming 'I'm gonna kill him!' can be bound into bargains that will punish someone for not carrying out their promise. In the flavor, one character gets himself into a bargain that will have a Changeling or fae (it's not clear which) kill the "pests" in her home. The last thing he says to a friend before the 'exterminator' arrives? "You're such a pest."
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Flashback Nightmare
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Flashback Nightmare: Changelings often dream incomplete memories of their Durance... dreams which become clearer and more accurate the more powerful the Changeling gets.
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The Oath-Breaker
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The Oath-Breaker: Any Changeling known to have broken his sworn word is looked upon with extreme suspicion by the rest of Lost society, and with decent reason - the bonds of Pledges are one of the only ways Changelings can manage to trust one another.
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Touched by Vorlons
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Touched by Vorlons: Molested is more like it, though...
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Insert Payment to Use
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Insert Payment to Use: The Catch means that not only can Tokens work this way, but so can the Changelings' Contracts. Catches range from a putting handful of dead fireflies into a token, eating a live spider to activate a contract, or cutting off your own tongue to activate another Token.
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Narnia Time
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And a bit closer to home: the Changeling Contracts of Hours (power over the flow of time) have a clause that allows you to cause this to happen while in the Hedge; you can either speed up or slow down subjective time while you're in the Hedge by anywhere from x2 to x6 times. But only for you and anyone who enters the Hedge with you, anyone already in the Hedge is unaffected by the Narnia Time. Meaning you can have a conversation with someone, both exit at the same time, and still wind up in the real world an hour before or after the other individual.
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Emotion Eater
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Emotion Eater: Changelings (and many other fae creatures) can bask in the emotions of mortals to gain Glamour, the game's Mana (see below).
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Always Chaotic Evil
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Always Chaotic Evil: The True Fae. Well, it's more like Always Chaotic Neutral, but the distinction is academic given their behavior. As Autumn Nightmares says, the True Fae are "fiends" with a totally narcissistic and solipsistic worldview. Any True Fae that acts "good" or "in love" is doing just that: acting, in an ultimately doomed attempt to understand the human condition that they will almost certainly get bored of one day. Any True Fae that does something helpful for a person does so either because it's within their own interests or on a whim, not out of any true altruism. Not even the "Charlatans" (True Fae who have gotten stuck in the mortal world and forgotten they are not human) are an exception to this rule, as they're still just Fae even if they don't know it and therefore just as soulless as any other True Fae... though ones that can develop some small degree of genuine empathy and a Clarity gauge (in all books not Autumn Nightmares, that is). They still aren't recommended player characters.
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Our Angels Are Different
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Our Angels Are Different: If you're using the deist origin story from Autumn Nightmares, this is what the True Fae are: angels that went insane because of a neglectful deity.
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Did We Just Have Tea with Cthulhu?
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Did We Just Have Tea with Cthulhu?: The True Fae are incomprehensible. One time a Changeling encounters his True Fae keeper, it might hunt him down to recapture him or torture his closest friend. The next time it might just pat him on the head and offer him a chocolate-chip-and-maggot cookie.
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Humans Are the Real Monsters
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Humans Are the Real Monsters: Subverted outright (Dancers In Dusk states few things rekindle a changeling's much-needed faith in other people then visiting a stranger's dreams for the first time).
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Fish out of Temporal Water
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And that hundred year limit is only there to minimize the problems arising from more extreme cases of Fish out of Temporal Water.
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Truth Serums
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Truth Serums: There's a low-level Goblin Contract named Sight of Truth and Lies that lets you automatically tell when somebody is telling a lie. The downside is, if you lie while using it, you'll automatically believe anything but utter bullshit is true when coming from the speaker's mouth.
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"Scooby-Doo" Hoax: An interesting case. The genuinely supernatural Changelings of the Scarecrow Ministry have a tendency to create elaborate Scooby Doo Hoaxes to keep people away from truly dangerous beings such as True Fae, werewolves and Spirits (either through fear of the hoax or through being attracted to it rather than the real monsters). Sometimes they go a bit too far, and become the monsters they impersonate.
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Mad Oracle
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Mad Oracle: Due to the Lost's fragile grip on sanity, many of those who develop precognitive abilities will fulfill this archetype. The Goblin Contract "Diviner's Madness," does just fine on its own: It gives you visions of the future, past, or present, but it drives you (temporarily) insane.
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Clap Your Hands If You Believe
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Shake My Hand If You Believe: Arcadia runs by rules such as these. In Faerie, the only laws of physics are those agreed upon by the True Fae who rule it, and they only affect you if you agree to let them. Part of the process that transforms people into changelings is entering into these agreements, either consciously or subconsciously, in order to actually survive.
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Improvised Weapon
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Improvised Weapon: The specialty of the Bloodbrute kith, who can easily turn stop signs into great-axes, car antennae into rapiers, and street signs with cement left at the base into warhammers.
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Go Mad from the Isolation
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Go Mad from the Isolation: A Changeling who spends too long without human contact must roll to check for Clarity loss - by avoiding others, he finds himself stewing in his own twisted perceptions.
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Dream Land
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Dream Land: The Skein. Made of the collective dreams of all sleepers, a Changeling can travel into any dream he can find just by finding a door into the Skein and walking down its tangled roads.
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What Is This Thing You Call
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What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: Brought up as a possibility with, of all entities, Marquise Tistresse, the Scarlet Widow, a faerie spider in Grim Fears. As an entity that absorbs qualities of her prey (it's how she became sentient in the first place), and with the Theory of Narrative Causality being known to changelings, the fact she can take a human(like) form has led to the rumors that she isn't merely a beast hard-wired by her appetites, that she embodies the archetype of the fae princess as well as the fae monster. This is true — the fae princess archetype is one of the older ones that she digested — but raises the possibility that she may have the untapped potential for unselfish love. Though storyteller's have fiat, naturally, it's official that she really could fall in genuine love with somebody, much to her great shock. The potential consequences are "many, varied, enticing and frightening".
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Body Horror
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Body Horror: Most of a changeling's fae-induced transformations are undone when they escape from Arcadia. Most. Under their Mask, though, a changeling is still recognizably inhuman. Imagine being, for example, a Blightbent, and having skin that constantly seeps oil, or toxic chemicals, or who exhales clouds of chemical smog, or whose body is covered in glowing, pus-seeping tumors. Or a Manikin who has had the flesh flayed from their ribcage, which now unhinges to reveal the clicking clockwork organs that fill their innards. Some Entitlements can actually warp a changeling even further. For example, the Knights of the Knowledge of the Tongue experience mutations to their tongue; examples include having it grow to freakish lengths, having it be covered in waving cilia, or having it grow octopus suckers.
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Fisher Kingdom
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Fisher Kingdom: If the True Fae and their Contracts don't directly alter captives themselves, there's also the fact that they're living in a Faerie domain, eating Faerie food, drinking Faerie water, and doing Faerie work.
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Power Born of Madness
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Power Born of Madness: The looser a grip a member of the Lost Pantheon has on reality, the more powerful and longer lived he is, and unlike most other changelings they prefer to face the Gentry head on.
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Glass Weapon
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Glass Weapon: Fetches can learn to pull a glass blade out of any pane of glass they can touch, with mirrors giving the best result.
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Our Dwarves Are All the Same
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Our Dwarves Are All the Same: Except that they're called Wizened (or, occasionally, Ogres).
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Inn Between the Worlds
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Inn Between the Worlds: A Hollow can share much in common with this trope - doors in the Real World and the Hedge alike... and the doors in the real world don't need to open in the same building, or even the same city.
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All Therapists Are Muggles
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All Therapists Are Muggles: Invoked, played straight, and defied. Having a psychotherapist who isn't a Changeling (or at least Ensorcelled) does give a penalty to therapy rolls, but there's an entire Prestige Class based around the idea of changelings becoming therapists to help out their own kind. It's also noted in the core book that many Changelings find attending group therapy for abuse survivors to be helpful, if only in a limited fashion. The experiences aren't exactly the same, and while the Changeling can't talk openly about their experiences, knowing that there are completely normal people who've suffered at the hands of other completely normal people is still somewhat cathartic.
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RedStringOfFate
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Red String of Fate: Deconstructed. There's an actual race of entities that creates said Red Strings, the Crimson Weavers. It's their purpose to find compatible people and link them together as destined lovers... except that they are creatures of Fate, not Desire, meaning they have no idea how to recognize actual good chemistry and as often as not link people who have no compatibility at all. Worse, they're too arrogant to recognize this.
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Theory of Narrative Causality
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Theory of Narrative Causality: This is one aspect of the Wyrd. It encompasses oaths and agreements, fate and destiny, dreams and emotions, and stories and archetypes, possibly with a vaguely undefined will behind it all.
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FearDiscoverPower
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Fear Discover Power: The Contracts of Fleeting Autumn have type 1 and type 2 examples of this; appropriate for the Court of Fear. Each court's Fleeting contract list offers a similar emotion-sensing power as its first clause. Either it allows you to detect what would cause/has caused the emotion in the changeling, or to sense strong concentrations of the emotion in the world around you.
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Divided We Fall
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Divided We Fall: The political situation in Miami is a result of this. When the Summer court enacted The Coup, Autumn and Spring each made their own play against Summer instead of working together, while Winter didn't even get involved because they weren't technically part of the Freehold in the first place. This got the Autumn King killed and the Spring Queen exiled, and Miami is now the City of Endless Summer, a chancy state that has attracted several true fae looking to trick people into breaking pledges and just generally create chaos.
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Dark Is Not Evil
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Dark Is Not Evil: Members of the Darkling Kith tend to be ugly, creepy, or both, and have a definite bond with darkness and night. That said, they're no more likely to be evil or crazy than any other Changelings.
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Predatory Business
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Predatory Business: The MaxMart chain of box stores owned by Baron Fairweather, almost literally - it's part of his attempt to claim the mortal world as his own.
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Glamour
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Glamour: The Fairest's contract of Vainglory does this at high settings.
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Growing Up Sucks
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Growing Up Sucks: Arguably inverted as opposed to the old Changeling; which the focus is no longer on keeping your innocence and naivete in a harsh and dark world but rather about finding the way back from the loss of innocence and the pains of life and learning how to put yourself back together and discover what comes next.
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Sizeshifter
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Sizeshifter: The innate power of the Gargantuan kith. The third Clause of the Contract of Mirrors also grants a more flexible form of this ability.
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Workplace-Acquired Abilities
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Workplace-Acquired Abilities: How some Lost, especially those of the Wizened kith, "benefited" from their Durance.
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Magic Mirror
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Magic Mirror: It's a Fairy-tale-inspired game. Are you really surprised? Specifically, there are a couple magical Tokens made of mirrors, one or two Contracts that use mirrors as foci or required components, and some Fetches have power over mirrors, as an extension of their nature as "reflections" of their Changeling counterparts. In 2nd Edition, Darklings favor the Contracts of Mirror, which include things like looking into a mirror and seeing out of another one elsewhere, or seeing past events in a reflective surface. Some Contracts outside of the Mirror Regalia use mirrors as well, like using mirrors as portals or stealing objects' reflections to summon them as physical items.
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Inhumanly Beautiful Race
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Inhumanly Beautiful Race: The Fairest (and many of the True Fae)
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Really 700 Years Old
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Really 700 Years Old: Even the youngest-looking True Fae may be ancient.
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Awesome Mc Coolname: Many Changelings take new names when they return, whether because their old name is taken by their Fetch or because they wish to distance themselves from what they used to be. Many of these new names are somewhat... fanciful. Or simply because they can't remember their original name. If you are using the optional True Name magic rules, it's a good idea to use a false name... One NPC from the free example adventure released by White Wolf uses an alias because her former True Fae master will show up and drag her back if her original name is spoken three times in her presence.
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Alternative Character Interpretation
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Alternative Character Interpretation: All Courts, seemings, and entitlements have a official character traits and several official alternative character traits in universe.
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TVTropesWillRuinYourLife
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Talecrafting Will Ruin Your Life: Addicted Talecrafters tend to start seeing patterns out of fairy tales in everything, whether they're actually there or not. This can result in some very bad delusions. Wait, what happens if you try to invoke this tro- *KABOOM!*
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Big Eater
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Big Eater: Many, if not most, Gristlegrinders. All Ogres have access to a Contract which benefits such behavior - while the contract is active, the Changeling can heal his wounds by gorging himself to unbelievable levels.
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Sacred Hospitality
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Sacred Hospitality: One of the most important customs and traditions of Lost society. This doesn't exactly mean that folks don't break hospitality, it just means that the ones who do are considered even worse. This even applies in ARCADIA. Every realm in it, by laws even the Gentry find as ancient, is required to be hospitable and survivable in some manner. Not that the rules have to make sense: Equinox Road gives an example of a realm where you can walk on fire and swim in lava without harm, but if you touch an icicle, it instantly freezes you.
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Objectshifting
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Objectshifting: Some Changelings have been turned by their masters into inanimate things such as rocks or even sky.
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Fertile Feet
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Fertile Feet: Often occurs long-term behind Fairest of the Flowering kith (with a time-frame of months, rather than moments). Also an appropriate manifestation of Spring Court mantle.
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LivingLabyrinth
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Living Labyrinth: The Hedge.
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I See Dead People
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I See Dead People: Gravewights and anyone who knows the Contracts of Shade & Spirit have this power.
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Stingy Jack
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Stingy Jack: The man himself appears in Night Horrors: Grim Fears. As evinced by the fact that he looks like a normal, if immortal changeling who is completely physical and normal except for his inability to sleep without permission, the whole "barred from hell" thing was exactly according to plan.
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Lack of Empathy
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Lack of Empathy: The True Fae, Fetchspawn, and many low-Clarity Lost are like this, generally taking the form of some degree of solipsism. How varies: True Fae are fundamentally incapable of understanding the feelings and minds of other beings, and due to the way their biology works, hate is literally the same thing as love. Fetchspawn are the True Fae's solipsism taken to extremes-they aren't even aware other beings exist. Low-Clarity lost are so wrapped up in their own warped perceptions that they don't see other people as people.
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Fake Memories
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Fake Memories: Fetches live out the lives of the people they've replaced, oblivious to the fact that their whole life is a sham... until the taken human, now a Changeling, escapes from Faerie. Most Fetches aren't aware anything's amiss until this happens, and most take the news that they are fakes with memories stolen from a small piece of a person's soul poorly. Of course, sometimes the Fetch's memories are imperfect to begin with...
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Talking in Your Dreams
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Talking in Your Dreams: Possible through oneiromancy.
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Dream People
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Dream People: Incubi, ranging from simple "background players" to more aggressive concepts, such as Succubi, Night Hags, and a sentient play that convinces the actors to kill each other in a fit of jealousy.
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Jackass Genie
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Jackass Genie: Pledges bind you to the word of the agreement: no more, no less. That makes it fairly simple for a Changeling to take a poorly-worded Pledge and play this straight. In a more specific example, You always have to be careful of this when buying something at a Goblin Market. Market Law says that all products and services must work as advertised, but there Ain't No Rule that says the merchant has to fully disclose all negative qualities and side-effects of a purchase.
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Gargle Blaster
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Gargle Blaster: Wizened Brewers get the ability to turn any beverage, whether initially alcoholic or not, into this with the expenditure of a point of Glamour. They're one of the few Wizened kith who are popular at parties.
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Cosmic Horror Story
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Cosmic Horror Story: Averted, despite everything on this page. Truth is, it's heavily implied that most Keepers don't even notice their slaves are missing, much less care, and part of the point of the game is that while horrible things were done to you, you gained something more than what you lost, even if what you lost was something you dearly valued. This is one of the two games (the other being Promethean: The Created) where Earn Your Happy Ending is explicitly an option.
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Shoplift and Die
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You do NOT. FUCKING. BREAK. Market Law. Essentially it declares Goblin Markets a "Safe Zone". If you're in one, nobody is going to fuck with you; even if you run into your Keeper, they can't do jack. However, only those selling goods get full protection. The second one of them gets hurt or any of the other parts of Market Law get violated, you get nailed with a powerful Curse, and every Goblin in the market rushes you and starts beating the everloving SHIT out of you. It says something when even the True Fae don't want to deal with this kind of crap. (Also: Don't even think about shortchanging or god help you STEALING from a Marketeer). It IS possible, if you have goods to offer that the Goblins find useful or interesting, to become a Marketeer and gain total and full protection under Market Law; even if they avoid harming anything else, they can't touch you within the confines of market. The caveat is it's very difficult to fulfill the criteria to become a Marketeer and if you fuck it up too badly... Well, its not fun to say the least.
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The Lost Woods
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The Lost Woods: The Hedge, in all its psychoreactive, space-twisting, soul-ripping glory. If you get lost in the Hedge, you may never leave again - at least, not as a human. And if you enter the Hedge, there's a *very* good chance you'll get lost.
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The Fettered
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The Fettered: Pledgecraft can make these sorts of characters quite powerful indeed.
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Fisher King
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Fisher King: Every single True Fae is a god unto their own realm in Faerie, having control over every single aspect of their home, from whether the sky is blue to the conditions as to when a fire will or will not cook a person's food. The Changelings, human slaves abducted to act as servants, have to enter pacts with every element in order to even survive. The world changes according to what a Faerie thinks is entertaining. The True Fae are powerful outside their home realms, but have nowhere near this level of control over other domains.
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Chess Motifs
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Chess Motifs: Contracts of the Board, which allow a character who serves as head of a number of forces (such as a general or one of the seasonal Monarchs) to understand the conflict in terms of a game of chess or some other board game, allowing him to transmit strategies and direct forces by manipulation of the board itself. This doesn't have to be Chess. Picture an Ogre warrior, directing his forces by intently playing Candyland. Easily adoptable by a Gameplayer Wizened. After all, they may have spent their Durance as a living chesspiece.
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Masquerade
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Masquerade: A variation - Changelings are, in general, not overly worried about human reactions to their presence. However, word of a horn-browed man transforming into autumn leaves and blowing away might travel the rumor mill until one of the True Fae learn of it, and that's what Changelings keep quiet for. Lucky for them they have the Mask to help (and Winter Courtiers to clean up if that fails)
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I Gave My Word
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I Gave My Word: Due to the importance of Pledgecraft to the Lost, most Changelings are *very* careful about keeping to the letter of their promises. Even if the promise wasn't sworn as a magical Pledge, it's generally considered bad luck to renege on an oath, as the Wyrd may be watching anyway.
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Godzilla Threshold
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Godzilla Threshold: The Aurochs Horn and Call the Wild Hunt summon the True Fae. It takes absolute desperation to see this as a good idea, although it is JUST possible enough to use this as a trick to kill the Fae summoned. But you'd also have to be very desperate (or vengeful) to want to attempt that either.
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Invoked Trope
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Invoked Trope: The book Swords At Dawn introduces a new mechanic called Talecrafting, which essentially lets canny players spot Tropes in motion (or good places to shoehorn them in) and tweak the Wyrd to cause them to come to pass. Changelings often get the inspirations for this power when they realize that they're, in a sorts, LIVING in a Faerie Tale, as they are Fae creatures. For example, a Changeling loses two huge bets at Vegas, but suddenly realizes that the Third Time's The Charm and goes for one last bet, hoping to win it all just like in all the stories. Conversely, the same Changeling might set up events to fool the Wyrd into thinking it should enact the trope, such as using rigged 'failure' dice, intentionally blowing bets, etc. The Wyrd doesn't like it when it catches you doing this, and so inflicts a dice penalty on the attempt. The system has a dangerous caveat: unless the player gets very lucky on their Wyrd roll, their success comes with a Cruel Twist of Fate, such as the casino busting the Changeling for 'cheating', who gets a blunt lesson in All That Glitters. Needless to say, the possibilities in this system are as endless as this very website's bottomless resources, and this site indeed is LINKED TO in the book itself as a resource. Ladies and Gentlemen, things just got Meta.
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Depleted Phlebotinum Shells
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Depleted Phlebotinum Shells: Cold Iron, the bane to the Fae. See "Weaksauce Weakness" below.
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Double Standard: Rape, Sci-Fi
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Double Standard: Rape, Sci-Fi: Averted; it's explicitly noted that if a changeling use their powers to mess with consent, they will net clarity damage in addition to whatever punishment their monarch sees fit to dole out. Spring courts in particular are said to keep a tight rein on this kind of thing, since their contracts are so bound up with influence and desire.
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Les Collaborateurs
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Les Collaborateurs: Privateers and Loyalists. Technically, Loyalists work directly for one of the True Fae (whether out of misguided loyalty or just in order to avoid a horrible fate for themselves). They're poorly regarded at best, but can also garner some sympathy. Privateers are Changelings who kidnap and sell their fellow men just for the money. They're universally reviled among other Changelings, and for good reason.
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Fantastic Fragility
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Fantastic Fragility: Every contract has a catch, and every oath wriggle room. Breaking them is no less catastrophic, though. Notably, the True Fae are terrifyingly powerful, but suffer from varying weaknesses that clever changelings can mercilessly exploit. Cold Iron and Evil Cannot Comprehend Good being the foremost. When a Changeling's Wyrd raises to 6, they start taking Frailties which could range from having to count spilled grains of rice to pain from the sound of church bells. In 2nd Edition, they instead start getting these Frailties at a mere Wyrd 2.
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All Myths Are True
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All Myths Are True: Somewhat exists in the game. The True Fae take on the forms of the deities of various religions, but it's ST fiat as to whether or not they are indeed those same deities. Winter Masques gives a variety of kiths based on myths and monsters from around the world, playing off this trope. From Hindu lore comes the Gandharva (Fairest), Daitya (Ogre), Apsaras (Elemental) and the Pishacha (Darkling). American Indian stories give rise to the Coyote and Ask-wee-da-eed kiths of Beasts and Elementals. The Weisse Frau (Fairest) and Nix (Beast) are both Germanic in origin. Italy gives the Wizened the Pamarindo kith. Scandinavian (specifically Norwegian and Icelandic) and Swiss stories of Trolls (Ogre), Thussers (Wizened), Illes (Darkling), and Skogsra (Darkling) take a life of their own beyond the Hedge. The Di-cang is an Elemental kith based on Buddhist lore, while the Oni is a Japanese version of the Ogre. Even more modern cultures aren't immune, with Wizened who bear the kith of the Gremlin... and there's classics like Beasts of the Chimera kith and Fairest who represent the Succubus and Incubus.
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Casting a Shadow
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Casting a Shadow: The Contracts of Darkness actually don't do this. It is, however, possible to purchase The Contracts of Elements for shadow or darkness, which does.
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Humanity Ensues
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Humanity Ensues: Those who were taken and turned into Beasts and Elementals have a hard time adjusting back to being human again. The Beasts have a hard time thinking non-instinctively after being animals for so long, and the Elementals have trouble relating to other people after spending so long as flames or trees.
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Charm Person
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Charm Person: The Contracts of Vainglory, which range from "I bear the mantle of authority, so you're more inclined to listen to me" to "I'm so unnaturally beautiful that you couldn't possibly bring yourself to hurt me" to "I think I'll pull a Galadriel and go so horrifically pretty that you run screaming."
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Summon Bigger Fish
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Summon Bigger Fish: This happens when someone uses Call the Hunt (see Dangerous Forbidden Technique above). Ideally, both enemies would kill one another off, leaving the Changeling safe from either.
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Ogres of the Gargantuan kith can do this even if they aren't big already. And if you use the cross/multi kith rules, they don't even have to be Ogres.
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Stages of Monster Grief
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Stages of Monster Grief: Changelings are all over the scale. Some can't accept what they are and go insane, others are so caught up in rage over the change they go on impossible anti-True Fae crusades, others go evil, and some go True Fae. Those who accept what they are, and try to stay sane don't have it particularly easy, either. The Seasonal Courts are tied to the first four actual Stages of Grief (Spring for Denial, Summer for Anger, Autumn for Bargaining, Winter for Depression). 2nd Edition takes this from subtext to plain old text.
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The Four Gods
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The Four Gods: the Directional Courts of China are patterned off of The Four Gods and supposedly embody associated values (the North Court is made up of ascetics who use suffering to escape memory of their durance at the hands of The Fair Folk, the East Court values material wealth and draws power from envy, the South Court consists of artists and other creatives who value ecstasy, and the West Court is made up of honor-bound warriors). Every area in which the Directional Courts take hold are subject to an unpleasant extra facet - a "Demon's Gate", usually a particularly nasty Trod, somewhere in its northeast. Closing or destroying one just means another one opens elsewhere.
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Dysfunction Junction
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Changelings invariably tend to have issues. Motleys and Courts are at least partly support groups.
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Our Liches Are Different
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Our Liches Are Different: Oak, Ash and Thorn, the Player's Guide for 2E, reveals the Empty, changelings who have used the Hedge to pull a Koschei and removed their heart to replace with a Token. So long as they have the Token replacement, they don't age, can draw upon the Token's own Glamour for extra power, and more importantly, death is only a major hassle for them, as their minds flee into their own dreams, from which they can gradually build a new one; it takes a while, but the fact this takes place in the depths of the Hedge means the Empty always has an escape route when the Keepers are coming for them. The downside is that someone who finds the heart can force the Empty to abide by any oaths sworn on it and force them to obey the new owner's orders, and once they realize their quarry can come back from major injury, Huntsmen tend to stop holding back.
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The Power of the Sun
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The Power of the Sun: Several Summer Court contracts, but not all of them. The Court of the Day has no listed court contracts in the book, but if your ST has given them any, they probably include these as well.
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Exactly What It Says on the Tin
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The Auroch's Horn is a blood-spattered auroch horn that mysteriously appears at the doorstep of a freehold with a note tied to it signed: From Faerie. Any changeling from that freehold can sound the horn, which summons their Keeper, flanked by two briarwolves, to fight tooth-and-nail on the changeling's side. In return, the Keeper gains physical bonuses against the changeling who summoned it, the permission to enter the world freely and the ability to always know where every changeling in the freehold is. If that wasn't bad enough, seven children will vanish from their beds on that night, taken to Arcadia, as payment. Oh, and the horn appears on the freehold's doorstep, note and all, if it is ever destroyed or given away. The only real means of using this without screwing you over utterly is to invoke the Horn against an enemy you cannot possibly defeat on your own... who has a pretty good chance of killing your Keeper. That may just only be one part of them... Use it carefully.
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World of Chaos
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World of Chaos: Arcadia. The True Fae only exist in relation to one another, and the only way they can keep from being subsumed back into the dreamstuff from whence they came is to constantly pit themselves against one another.
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Humanoid Abomination
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Humanoid Abomination: The True Fae can Mask themselves as humans when in the real world, although there's always some sign of what they really are.
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The Fair Folk
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A section in Autumn Nightmares detailing weapons with minds of their own that the Gentry can have gives the example of floating metal orbs.
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Eldritch Abomination
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Eldritch Abomination: Many of the True Fae (see above) also verge into this territory.
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Insubstantial Ingredients
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Insubstantial Ingredients: Commonly bought and sold at Goblin Markets. You might give the Hob the color of your eyes in exchange for seven minutes of good luck, trade away a springtime afternoon to buy the use of a Hedge Beast, or find a vendor willing to give away a Goblin Contract for a song (meaning, you can never learn or sing it again). In system, most of these just represent XP, but it's much more fun in game-terms to say you're giving away the scent of a rose in exchange for that Token. These are also used in Hedgecrafting - you might get a ballgown woven from starlight and the glow of first love.
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Chubby Chef
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Chubby Chef: Carlos Garcál is an accomplished South Beach chef and tidily rotund — or rather, his Fetch now is. The real Carlos became a Changeling known as the Glutton, a bloated, atavistic cannibal who is unrecognizable as a human... but is still a very good chef.
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Wizards Live Longer
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Changelings Live Longer: The Wyrd increases the lifespan of Changelings, depending on the strength of their fae nature. At the peak of a Changeling's potential power, he can live up to 140 years beyond his natural lifespan. Assuming he hasn't transformed into another True Fae by then. It gets weirder then that, there is no limit to how long they can be in Arcadia, so long as more then one hundred years have not passed in the human world since they where taken. They can have an internal durance that lasts for centuries and come back just a few seconds later, having lived and suffered for centuries and not coming out any older or younger. THEN when you add onto the age extension that comes with high Wyrd, and certain contracts and goblin fruits, you can live a pretty damn long time in this game... assuming you WANT to live that long in the first place. And that hundred year limit is only there to minimize the problems arising from more extreme cases of Fish out of Temporal Water. In fact, it's possible to come out of the Hedge before you left, and your past self might have gotten captured because they wandered into the Hedge after catching a glimpse of your current self. Or you might wind up walking out years before you left. Good luck explaining that one to your family, and the Wyrd makes it near impossible to stop your past self from getting taken, no matter what you try...
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Space Elves
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Space Elves: Some True Fae model themselves off of Gray Aliens and the like (and model their abductions off of alien abduction stories).
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Ragtag Bunch of Misfits
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Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: A party of Changelings is called a motley, as in 'motley crew of outcasts'.
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Ancient Conspiracy
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Ancient Conspiracy: The Guild of Goldspinners are rumored to secretly control the government and the economy via their ability to spin thread into gold. Frankly, it's not particularly far-fetched.
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Dangerous Forbidden Technique
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Dangerous Forbidden Technique: goblin contracts, tokens, and pledges (and sometimes Goblin Fruits) can all work this way. "Call the Hunt," a four-dot Goblin Contract that simply brings the Wild Hunt - an aggressive group of True Fae slave-takers - into the world. You're a dead Changeling if you aren't ready to run as soon as the Contract is invoked. Most Goblin Contracts have drawbacks (one that unlocks any door for you has the drawback that the next person to break into your home gets the same benefit, and sends out a subtle beacon to that kind of person just to make sure it happens). "Call the Hunt" doesn't - anybody who invokes it already has enough to deal with. The Auroch's Horn is a blood-spattered auroch horn that mysteriously appears at the doorstep of a freehold with a note tied to it signed: From Faerie. Any changeling from that freehold can sound the horn, which summons their Keeper, flanked by two briarwolves, to fight tooth-and-nail on the changeling's side. In return, the Keeper gains physical bonuses against the changeling who summoned it, the permission to enter the world freely and the ability to always know where every changeling in the freehold is. If that wasn't bad enough, seven children will vanish from their beds on that night, taken to Arcadia, as payment. Oh, and the horn appears on the freehold's doorstep, note and all, if it is ever destroyed or given away. The only real means of using this without screwing you over utterly is to invoke the Horn against an enemy you cannot possibly defeat on your own... who has a pretty good chance of killing your Keeper. That may just only be one part of them... Use it carefully.
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Glamour Failure
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Glamour Failure: Everything fae has a Mask, an illusion that makes it appear normal to humans. Some people, and all fae, can see through this Mask, however. In addition, the more powerful a Changeling is, the more likely it is that some of his true nature will bleed through - a bristling beard turns rootlike, an underbite looks like tusks out of the corner of the eye, that sort of thing. Some mortals also have a chance of seeing through the Mask, specifically children, madmen, those under the influence of drugs, and others with "altered" states of mind. Whenever the Changeling is in the Hedge, an otherworld between our world and Arcadia, his true shape is visible to any who are looking. A Changeling can "turn off" his Mask by burning any Glamour remaining in his system for the effect, revealing his true Mein to the world. Finally, Changelings can intentionally allow others to see beyond the Mask by Ensorcelling them, imbuing them with Glamour (usually through a Pledge) so that they can see through the Mask. A Changeling can also use Glamour to strengthen the mask for a few moments against those that are trying to see past it, but even then his shadow will reflect his true face and not the Mask he wears.
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Our Fairies Are Different
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Our Fairies Are Different: And finding out just how will be the worst thing that ever happens to you.
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Our Goblins Are Different
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Our Goblins Are Different: Hoo boy, are our hobgoblins different...
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But I Can't Be Pregnant!
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But I Can't Be Pregnant!: Both Changelings and Fetches are, by and large, infertile. Both have *very* rare options to overcome this, none of which are safe or without severe cost.
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Hobbits
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Hobbits: Probably the closest analogues in this game would be the Wizened Drudges.
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You Keep Using That Word
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You Keep Using That Word: Oh so very many. But the sheer number of instances of the word "Catch" being used incorrectly is impressive. This has been addressed somewhat in Second Edition, where contracts no longer have Catches but Loopholes that allow them to be used without Glamour. It still applies for Tokens though.
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Clockwork Creature
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Clockwork Creature: This is a popular aesthetic for Changelings, especially Elemental Manikins or certain Wizened. Some Hobgoblins are also like this, as are some True Fae.
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My Instincts Are Showing
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My Instincts Are Showing: One reason the Lost so often seem (or become) mad when compared to mortals. When you've been turned into an animal, an inanimate object or force, or a boogeyman, your adjusted instincts are going to be... off, compared to normal. This is especially clear in the Beast and Elemental kith Curses - the Beasts are so tied to animal instinct that mortal thought has atrophied somewhat, and the Elementals have spent so long as inhuman embodiments of creation that they have trouble identifying with humans.
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There Are No Therapists
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There Are No Therapists: Well, there are some, but non-Changeling therapists wouldn't begin to know how to deal with these characters' problems, and Changeling therapists (such as the Entitlement of the Bishopric of Blackbirds) usually have problems just as bad as the folks they're treating. However, it is possible to give someone psychotherapy in their dreams; a successful roll makes a single night's dream into a week's worth of normal therapy sessions.
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Screw You, Elves!
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Screw You, Elves!: The resounding cry of every non-Loyalist Changeling.
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Screw Yourself
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Screw Yourself: One possible way of merging with your Fetch...
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Creative Sterility
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On the plus side, as seen above under Creative Sterility, having an unplanned pregnancy is really hard for a changeling.
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Exposed to the Elements
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Exposed to the Elements: At least two low-level Contract clauses (one with the Element of air and one with Summer) prevent you from taking damage from the atmosphere or leave you comfortable in any temperature. It'd certainly be in-keeping for, say, one of the Fairest to make use of them to attend a winter masquerade ball in a bikini.
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Eldritch Location
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Eldritch Location: Arcadia itself, and the Hedge in many ways. And most of the True Fae. Arcadia is weird.
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Schmuck Banquet
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Schmuck Banquet: Not every Hollow in the Hedge is occupied. But then, some are only unoccupied while their owner is out shopping for children to kidnap. The books list several specific locales like this, including a sumptuous underground manse, accessible only by ladder, filled with beautiful decor and giant marionette handservants that offer you the finest refreshments. And then you try to leave, and find that the ladder's disappeared, and the walls up are covered with an extremely slippery substance. And if you stay in that manse, you'll slowly become one of those genderless automatons, dedicated only to pleasing your "guests."
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Fridge Logic
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Occasionally leads to Fridge Logic when you realize that your perpetually on-fire Changeling needs a special Merit or Contract to actually BURN people with it. Then again, given the nature of Contracts and what they actually represent, perhaps not.
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Mr. Fixit
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Mr. Fixit: Wizened. Anyone else with the Contracts of Artifice tends toward these types of skills, too.
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Defeating the Undefeatable
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Defeating the Undefeatable: Though very, very difficult, it is possible for a Changeling to kill their Keeper in Arcadia, potentially rendering them Deader Than Dead. Tricking them into breaking an oath sworn on their True Name does the trick (since a True Fae's true name is essentially his vow to exist, and he loses that vow as his sanction).
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Foe Yay
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Foe Yayinvoked: The closest thing True Fae have to a friend is a sworn enemy.
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I Know What You Fear
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I Know What You Fear: The first Clause of the Contracts of Fleeting Autumn grants this ability. Somewhat recursively, this is one of the things that makes folks afraid of the Autumn Court - that any one of them has the ability to find out what drives you pants-soilingly terrified, then confront you with it.
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Land of Faerie
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Land of Faerie: With many names: Arcadia, Faerie, Elfhome, Hell, That Terrible Fucking Place...
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Alien Abduction
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Alien Abduction: Some of the True Fae are said to be the source of modern-day abduction myths, bearing the grey skin, bulbous heads, and almond-shaped eyes of the mythical extraterrestrial Greys. In a way, those who believe folks are being abducted by aliens are right, except that rather than being extraterrestrial, they're extradimensional. And magic. And to confuse the issue, it's also stated that the True Fae are idea thieves, meaning that they didn't come up with the The Greys image themselves (hell, there's a Mage: The Awakening version that has them as mortal cryptids, completely unrelated to Fae)... and that some disappearances have nothing to do with the Gentry.
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Phlebotinum Rebel
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Phlebotinum Rebel: The Summer and Autumn Courts, each to a degree. Summer focuses more on the "rebel" side of things, Autumn on the Phlebotinum.
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Capture and Replicate
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Capture and Replicate: When the Fae abduct a prospective slave into Arcadia, they like to leave a "Fetch" replacement in its place, fashioned in the victim's likeness and granted Fake Memories through a shred of their shadow.
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The Beautiful Elite
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The Beautiful Elite: The Fairest. Also subverts Beauty = Goodness, but not to the degree of Daeva—they have a looser hold on sanity then their contemporaries because they got a double dosage of the Mind Rape and most quietly stew in self-loathing.
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Multiple-Choice Past
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Multiple-Choice Past: Several possible reasons are given for what the True Fae are, where they came from, and why they kidnap mortals. The precise truth, if any, is up to your table's ST.
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Enfant Terrible
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Enfant Terrible: Fetchspawn. If a Fetch ever manages to have a child with a human, the result might be one of these monstrosities. They have no Karma Meter. They have no empathy. They're totally unable to relate to other human beings on an emotional or social level. They tend to kill things... just because. This is all exacerbated by the fact that their touch automatically opens all doors and springs all locks, they cannot be bound or imprisoned, and people tend to ignore them, so they're able to slip around without notice. They are immune to Changeling powers, and their touch drains the Lost of magical energies. Oh... and did we mention that at the age of 21 they get sucked back into the Hedge, likely to become Gentry themselves? On the other hand, the other kind of fetch-child, supposedly created when a Fetch who still thinks he's human has biblical study of a person he truly loves is almost always psychologically healthy. They're a little weird, to be sure, but not too weird, and they get better as they near puberty. Unfortunately, they're also a little Blessed with Suck-their very existence is a key to the Hedge, and their blood is supposedly toxic to Fae, meaning they're likely to draw the attention of militants.
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Rule of Three
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One NPC from the free example adventure released by White Wolf uses an alias because her former True Fae master will show up and drag her back if her original name is spoken three times in her presence.
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Prestige Class
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Prestige Class: Entitlements, groups of Changelings who claim a noble Title and swear an oath to that effect. This grants them power, but requires them to fulfill certain responsibilities, which can occasionally conflict with the Changeling's interests. Worse, joining an Entitlement also makes them that much more... interesting to the True Fae if they should come calling. The Equinox Road brings the Eldritch Orders into the game, ancient Entitlements for the Changeling equivalent of epic characters.
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And I Must Scream
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And I Must Scream: Many of the uses your character were put to by a Keeper may fall into this trope. Best not to think too hard about the details.
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Lunacy
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Lunacy: The Contracts of the Moon deal specifically with derangements, the clauses ranging from telling if someone is suffering from one with just a look to infecting a crowd with a madness of your choice. There is also a Darkling kith called the Moonborn. Their power lets them infect themselves with a mild derangement and someone they touch with its severe version.
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Familiar
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Familiar: Changelings (and other fae creatures) sometimes take Hedge Beasts as pet/sidekick/companions. These are Hobgoblins who look exactly like a mortal animal, except that they can speak and have human-level intelligence. They can also use Changeling Merits and Contracts. So its entirely possible to have an Ogre based around smashing things to have a Hedgebeast Buddy that's really good at research and packing Wizened contracts.
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Reality-Breaking Paradox
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Wait, what happens if you try to invoke this tro- *KABOOM!*
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Humanity Is Infectious
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Humanity Is Infectious: In their original state, True Fae are incapable of caring about other beings, or even understanding how to care for other beings. If the Kindly One actually manages to understand and feel strongly about humanity, in any way, he loses all memory of his true nature and the vast majority of his power, becoming a Charlatan, a Banished Fae. Emphasis on "in any way", with one example noting how a True Fae became banished by understanding a serial killer.
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Weirdness Censor
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Weirdness Censor: ... Or perhaps Wyrd-ness censor - the Mask helps enforce this by making all things Fae seem perfectly mundane unless actively using some supernatural power.
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HellGate
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Hell Gate: From the eyes of most folks a Hedge Gate would definitely apply. Not only is the Hedge a dangerous, soul-tearing place, but Arcadia, on the far side, is much, much worse.
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Magical Seventh Son
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Magical Seventh Son: In the corebook, being the seventh child of a seventh child is one of the ways to have the possibility to see through the Mask. Conversely, it could also be given as the reason the True Fae took interest in a Changeling character to begin with.
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For the Evulz
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Even worse, actually. Fire in Arcadia may not warm you if you have no Contract with it, but it can still burn you. You may not be able to drink water to stay alive without a Water Contract, but it can still drown you. Basically, anything in Arcadia can decide to interact with you normally if it wants to... mostly so it can proceed to hurt you. Gaining the positive aspects of Contracts with the matter of Arcadia (being able to get warm, eat, drink, etc.) requires to True Fae including you in their Contracts with the realm... which makes you theirs by default. So even if you weren't dragged into Arcadia to be a True Fae's plaything, you'll become one anyway. Or die.
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Dreaming of Things to Come
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Dreaming of Things to Come: All Changelings possess the innate talent to have oracular dreams as part of their ties to the Wyrd; they just have to realize whether or not a dream really is prophetic before they can act on it. Some Merits, however, allow them to refine this talent, to the point that they can dream of the past or gain beginner's knowledge of any skill or language from the collective unconscious.
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Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot
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Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: The True Fae can be whatever they want. See the Fantasy Kitchen Sink example for Chrometooth.
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Fate Worse than Death
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Fate Worse than Death: Getting taken back by the Fae. Several high-power spells and special effects put out a beacon for the True Fae. Using these in a fight is considered worse than killing the target- worse even than breaking a Pledge with your best friends. Plus, more likely than not, you won't make it out either. Also why Winter Court funerals tend to be morbidly cheerful-your friend is dead, but at least he wasn't recaptured by the Fae.
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Horny Devils
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Horny Devils: A potent enough archetype to have its own kith in Winter Masques; the Fairest's Succubus kith (called "Incubus" for male changelings with it). The changeling gets a bonus to Social rolls against people with the same Vice as the Incubus (with the bonus increased if the shared vice is Lust) and all of them are blessed with at least a modicum of Striking Looks.
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Horned Humanoid
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Horned Humanoid: Any of the Seemings can give a Changeling permanent horns. Elementals of fire, Darklings and certain Fairest might echo the modern conception of the demon or devil - either frightening, alluring, or both. Wizened and ogres might appear similar to horned goblins or trolls. Beasts might be transformed into bulls or rams.
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Loophole Abuse
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Loophole Abuse: This is Pledgecraft, in a nutshell. Also, Contracts, Changeling's magical powers. Each Clause (power) in a Contract has a Catch, which if met allows you to activate the contract for free. Clever players can find ways to have Catches active very frequently, letting them use their powers much more freely than other splats. In 2nd Edition, they're even renamed to Loopholes (which makes more sense anyway).
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Duels Decide Everything
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Duels Decide Everything: Among the True Fae in Arcadia. As reality in that chaotic world only exists by consensual agreement of the Fae who rule it, the results of a duel actually revise reality. Among Changelings, duels don't have the same sort of power, but they're still fairly common methods of making decisions and resolving conflicts.
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Celestial Deadline
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Celestial Deadline: Both manifestations of this trope show up. Pledges last for the agreed-upon length of time and no longer, while some Contracts last until sunup, sundown, noon, or midnight.
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City of Adventure
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City of Adventure: Miami.
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Your Days Are Numbered
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Your Days Are Numbered: Dzarûmazh the Deathless, is a True Fae of incredible power, who takes the form of a gigantic dragon. He is also carrying the tip of an cold iron spear inside him, which broke off when a changeling tried to slay the dragon, which is now slowly working it's way towards Dzarûmazh's heart. He's spending his time looking for a way to make a pact with the element of cold iron, to save his life and leaving him immune to the True Fae's greatest weakness.
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Cold Iron
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Also, the universal anti-fae power of Cold Iron- that is, iron that has not been worked into steel or any other alloy. Against normal Changelings, you lose any defensive benefits and are reduced to your base, human stats; against the True Fae, it does the same, plus if it's hand-worked without the benefit of machinery (or even fire), it deals Aggravated (nigh-irreparable) damage. Why? Because, in layman's terms, the True Fae once cheated the entire concept of Cold Iron in a business deal, and Cold Iron got pissed and swore revenge... or something like that. For the True Fae, reality is like a fairy tale and makes almost as much sense. A result of this is that the best iron for taking out Fae comes from meteorites. No True Fae understands this greater than Dzarûmazh the Deathless, a giant dragon of immense power who after a fight with a changeling went badly ended up with the tip of a cold iron spear inside his body, which is slowly worming it's way towards his heart, which will kill him. He is searching for a way to make a pact with cold iron, and if he succeeds now only will he save his owm life, but he will end up immune to the True Fae's greatest weakness.
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What Have I Become?
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What Have I Become?: Many Changelings suffer psychological issues due to the alterations that have been forced upon them (even the beautiful Fairest). Surgery, drugs and self-mutilation are common among the most disturbed of Elementals, for example - imagine having leaves and branches growing out of you, or constantly oozing toxic waste from every pore. Now add to that, you were a conscious, immobile candle for the last thirty years. No wonder so many Changelings go Axe-Crazy... Changelings invariably tend to have issues. Motleys and Courts are at least partly support groups.
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Our Ogres Are Hungrier
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Our Ogres Are Hungrier: Sometimes very hungry.
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Emotion Bomb
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Emotion Bomb: This can be the result of less-than-subtle applications of...
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Fighting a Shadow
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Fighting a Shadow: Equinox Road realizes that the True Fae who come to Earth to kidnap humans are simply one aspect, or Title, of the greater Fae entity it represents, which might have as many as half a dozen similar Titles. These Titles may manifest as items, swarms of creatures, individual creatures, or the entire Fae Realm itself. BUT they don't have unlimited titles. If you take down one of a Keeper's titles, you've significantly weakened the whole creature. This may not sound like much, but Keepers DO end up banished from Faerie occasionally if they loose all of them, or even destroyed You CAN fight the mad things from beyond the world, and you CAN have real, meaningful, victories... but boy, oh boy the cost is steep. If you can pull it off at all, expect to have a lot of dead friends, and lost a lot personally, raising the question: Is it worth it?
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Summon Magic
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Summon Magic: The higher levels of the Contracts of Communion allow one to transform inanimate substances into elemental servitors. likewise the highest Contracts of Animation allow the user to bring constructed items to life to do his bidding. And then there's Call the Wild Hunt...
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Mirror Match
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Mirror Match: This is what a fight between a Changeling and her Fetch probably looks like for anyone who isn't able to pierce the Mask. Especially if that Fetch has a power that lets him use the Changeling's own powers.
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Chef of Iron
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Chef of Iron: Members of the Knights of the Knowledge of the Tongue, an Entitlement. These Changeling gourmands dream of making the best foods ever - which often means delving deep into the Hedge to harvest strange Goblin Fruit, or trying to gather the meat of some Hobgoblin or other which is, more likely than not, trying to eat them right back.
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Invisible to Normals
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Invisible to Normals: The Mask, mentioned above essentially fools all five human senses, rendering their mien invisible to the eyes, removing anything clearly supernatural from their voice, muffling any odd scents or tastes, and convincing a human's sense of touch into believing that odd features like fur or horns are simply unaltered skin. Supernatural creatures with special sensory powers can pierce the mask, but it's extremely difficult.
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Cannibalism Superpower
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Cannibalism Superpower: The faeire spider known as Marquise Tistresse, the Scarlet Widow can absorb a single supernatural ability from the corpse of a supernatural creature, as well as it's memories. This can lead to some interesting situations (and crossover hooks).
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Weaksauce Weakness
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Weaksauce Weakness: Some of the Frailties a True Fae or high-Wyrd Changeling can suffer. Unable to cross a line of ants? Must drink alcohol instead of water? Also, the universal anti-fae power of Cold Iron- that is, iron that has not been worked into steel or any other alloy. Against normal Changelings, you lose any defensive benefits and are reduced to your base, human stats; against the True Fae, it does the same, plus if it's hand-worked without the benefit of machinery (or even fire), it deals Aggravated (nigh-irreparable) damage. Why? Because, in layman's terms, the True Fae once cheated the entire concept of Cold Iron in a business deal, and Cold Iron got pissed and swore revenge... or something like that. For the True Fae, reality is like a fairy tale and makes almost as much sense. A result of this is that the best iron for taking out Fae comes from meteorites. No True Fae understands this greater than Dzarûmazh the Deathless, a giant dragon of immense power who after a fight with a changeling went badly ended up with the tip of a cold iron spear inside his body, which is slowly worming it's way towards his heart, which will kill him. He is searching for a way to make a pact with cold iron, and if he succeeds now only will he save his owm life, but he will end up immune to the True Fae's greatest weakness.
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Subverted Trope
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On the other hand, the other kind of fetch-child, supposedly created when a Fetch who still thinks he's human has biblical study of a person he truly loves is almost always psychologically healthy. They're a little weird, to be sure, but not too weird, and they get better as they near puberty. Unfortunately, they're also a little Blessed with Suck-their very existence is a key to the Hedge, and their blood is supposedly toxic to Fae, meaning they're likely to draw the attention of militants.
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Appearance Is in the Eye of the Beholder
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Appearance Is in the Eye of the Beholder: This is the benefit of the Romancer Kith of the Fairest. They always look like the beholder's ideal of beauty. Changelings who join the Knights of the Knowledge of the Tongue receive a scent-based variation of this. All Knights de Cuisine smell like food, but what sort of food they smell like depends on both an observer's attitude towards the changeling and their own association of food with pleasant/indifferent/nasty. For example, if two people like the same Knight, she may smell like apple pie to one and buttercream icing to the other. Likewise, if they hate her, she may smell like boiling cabbage to one and Brussels sprouts to the other. It depends on what food they like best, hate most, or are generally indifferent to.
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Tautological Templar
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Tautological Templar: Talecrafting addicts.
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Strangled by the Red String
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Strangled by the Red String: In-Universe. This is a good reason to avoid Crimson Weavers and Talecrafters.
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Curse
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Curse: As is only proper in a faerie tale. The book Dancers in the Dusk goes into some detail over the ways a Changeling might curse someone - anywhere from using a harmful Contract to binding the person's words into an impossible pledge with a painful Sanction.
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Teeth-Clenched Teamwork
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Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Freeholds and Motleys often work out this way. After all, even if the Pledges you've sworn mean that the guy next to you will suffer if he betrays you, that doesn't mean you trust him - or, heaven forbid, like him.
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Hope Spot
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BUT they don't have unlimited titles. If you take down one of a Keeper's titles, you've significantly weakened the whole creature. This may not sound like much, but Keepers DO end up banished from Faerie occasionally if they loose all of them, or even destroyed You CAN fight the mad things from beyond the world, and you CAN have real, meaningful, victories... but boy, oh boy the cost is steep. If you can pull it off at all, expect to have a lot of dead friends, and lost a lot personally, raising the question: Is it worth it?
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Curiosity Causes Conversion
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Curiosity Causes Conversion: This is a central mechanic for the True Fae. As primordial chaotic beings, they can't understand human things like altruism or love; they just view them as passing fancies to be tossed aside when convenient rather than defining forces. In trying to understand these bedrocks of humanity, they become human, cutting themselves off from their fae memories and a good chunk of the powers. Of course, in most cases, that only lasts as long as they don't start getting curious about fae existence...
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Intangible Price
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Intangible Price: Goblin markets accept such items as eye colors, springtime afternoons, or a song.
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The Soulless
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The Soulless: The True Fae. Some particularly sociopathic Changelings are rumored to be soulless as well. Even a Fetch usually has a smidgen of soul... not that that makes them necessarily nice.
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Professional Killer
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Professional Killer: Some members of The Tolltaker Knighthood (essentially Changeling bounty hunters) prefer to take nonlethal jobs. Others fall square into this trope. This isn't to mention the various Jack Ketches often found in a Freehold willing to kill off Fetches, or Winter Court assassins.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: A section in Autumn Nightmares detailing weapons with minds of their own that the Gentry can have gives the example of floating metal orbs. Several of the pregenerated changelings and True Fae are references. Wild Sam (from Night Horrors, Grim Fears) is a Darker and Edgier Max from Where the Wild Things Are. The minotaur mentioned in The Equinox Road is strikingly similar to the Minotaur from House of Leaves. The Rites of Spring supplemental book gives details on how a Changeling can maintain a collection of supernatural research. Examples given are a collection of books, a Glamour-powered computer or "a talking skull with several lifetimes of information at hand". Lords of Summer states that the Autumn Court gives a specific title to its best warrior. This title? The Paladin of Shadows.
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Elemental Armor
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Elemental Armor: The second Clause of the Contract of Elements does this.
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The Magic Touch
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The Magic Touch: Many of the Contracts of Artifice offer temporary equipment buffs in this manner, though performing actual adjustments (however needless) generally makes the process better or cheaper.
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Corrupt Corporate Executive
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Corrupt Corporate Executive: It doesn't get much more corrupt than Baron Fairweather, a True Fae personifying capitalist greed.
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Some Changelings do manage, by cunning, strength, or both, to defeat (or even destroy) their True Fae master. This is easier in the mortal world, as Fae are weakened while in the Real, but it's technically possible even in Faerie - just very, very difficult. Odds are, that was only part of him. And the rest is probably pissed Or worse: laughing. Or maybe not worse: It's like losing a limb, after all.
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Cooking Duel
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Cooking Duel: Duels among the Lost aren't always decided via combat. Swords at Dawn details the various types of duels the Courts use to resolve disputes, split along lines of Physical, Mental, Social, and Mystical. Sure, two members of the martial Summer Court could engage in a fist-fight to first blood... but they could also easily decide on a duel where each argues a case before an impartial judge and tries to make the best argument. There are examples given of duels by oratory, drinking contests, and even a trial by artistic creation - to the death.
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Nightmare Fuel
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Nightmare Fuel: invoked The Scarecrow Ministry works to spread it in order to keep mortals away from the real monsters.
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Horror Hunger
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Horror Hunger: Disturbingly common. Not only are there Gristlegrinder Ogres and some Hunterheart Beasts whose teeth and mouths have become deadly weapons and who often spent their Durances chowing down on whatever or whoever they could catch, but some Kiths, such as the Darkling Leechfinger or Ogre Oni, can heal themselves by eating their foes. Any of these could face cannibalistic urges. And this isn't counting those driven to cannibalism through the workings of their steadily-worsening psychosis. The Ogre stereotype on Mortals says it all — You're beautiful. On the other hand, you taste like chicken.
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Hyper-Awareness
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Hyper-Awareness: At the highest levels of Clarity, a Changeling is so adept at telling what's real from what's not that it grants a form of this. Not only do high-Clarity Changelings gain bonuses to mundane perception, but they gain access to the Kenning, allowing them to sense supernatural critters, even when hidden.
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Incendiary Exponent
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Incendiary Exponent: Any player with Contracts of the Elements 2 in fire can do this. And it's fairly awesome.
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I Know Your True Name
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I Know Your True Name: This setting dealing with The Fair Folk makes this trope inevitable. Both Changelings and Keepers have True Names, with the power gained over the individual in question varying depending on which rulesets are used. Critically, whilst a Changeling can conceivably change their True Name, the True Fae cannot.
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Elemental Shapeshifter
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Elemental Shapeshifter: The highest clause of an Elemental's Contract allows them to transmute into said element, with certain benefits — insubstantial elements (such as fire, air, and lightning) can only be harmed by certain kinds of damage, whereas substantial elements (such as stone or metal) grant heavy armor and physical bonuses.
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DeadlyDecadentCourt
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Deadly Decadent Court / A Fête Worse Than Death: Any gathering of the True Fae. Many Freeholds descend into this, as well.
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I Have Many Names
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I Have Many Names: The True Fae are called many things by their once-slaves out of fear that they might come if called: the Keepers, the Gentry, the Others.
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Angst? What Angst?
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Angst? What Angst?: invoked Attempted (to varying degrees of success or failure) by the Spring Court. Some Autumn Courtiers as well...
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Year Outside, Hour Inside
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Year Outside, Hour Inside / Narnia Time: Time flows strangely while in Arcadia. And a bit closer to home: the Changeling Contracts of Hours (power over the flow of time) have a clause that allows you to cause this to happen while in the Hedge; you can either speed up or slow down subjective time while you're in the Hedge by anywhere from x2 to x6 times. But only for you and anyone who enters the Hedge with you, anyone already in the Hedge is unaffected by the Narnia Time. Meaning you can have a conversation with someone, both exit at the same time, and still wind up in the real world an hour before or after the other individual.
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Natural Weapon
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Natural Weapon: Several Kiths offer this, as does the "Lethal Mein" merit. These include Hunterhearts, Gristlegrinders, Razorhands, Leechfingers, Blightbent, and Oni. Some of these offer secondary powers as well, such as the ability to use the dealt damage to heal the changeling himself. Occasionally leads to Fridge Logic when you realize that your perpetually on-fire Changeling needs a special Merit or Contract to actually BURN people with it. Then again, given the nature of Contracts and what they actually represent, perhaps not.
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Our Dragons Are Different
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Our Dragons Are Different: For starters, they fall under the Fairest.
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Battle Butler
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Battle Butler: The Chatelaine kith is ideal for this sort of character, as the Contract to foul or improve mechanical weapons is native to the seeming, and the availability of most Fighting Style merits.
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Cute Monster Girl
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Cute Monster Girl: Members of the Beast, Darkling, Ogre, and Elemental kiths are just as capable of buying Striking Looks as any Fairest - and that's discounting kiths such as the Fairest Draconic.
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The Blacksmith
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The Blacksmith: The Smith kith, natch. Artist kith Wizened can also make pretty darned good ones.
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Emotional Bruiser
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Emotional Bruiser: The Ogre blessing/curse arrangement makes this incredibly easy.
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LivingToy
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Living Toy: Many Elementals, from Manikins to Metalflesh tin soldiers.
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A God Am I
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A God Am I: Or so say the members of the entitlement known as The Lost Pantheon. And considering the fact that they get more perceptive and long-lived the more delusional they get, they can derive Glamour from being worshiped, and they get bonuses versus the True Fae and their servants, well, they may have a point.
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Reality Is Out to Lunch
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Reality Is Out to Lunch: In Arcadia, Reality never even clocked in. Instead, the world runs on Clap Your Hands If You Believe, Magical Underpinnings of Reality and the Theory of Narrative Causality.
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Our Gnomes Are Weirder
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Our Gnomes Are Weirder: They're called Wizened, for a start.
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Changeling Tale
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Changeling Tale: Well... not quite; these Changelings aren't the false people the Fae left behind, but are instead the real people who were stolen. The trope more appropriately applies to the Fetches occasionally left behind in their place by the True Fae.
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Emotion Control
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Emotion Control: Most of the Seasonal Courts have powers that let you do this to some extent or other with that court's specific emotion. Bedlam, one of the abilities an exceptionally powerful Changeling can develop, basically lets you infect a group of people with an emotion, turned up to 11.
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Fantasy Kitchen Sink
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Fantasy Kitchen Sink: This game has everything. Autumn Nightmares even gives us Chrometooth, a True Fae Transformer. Let me repeat that: TRUE FAE TRANSFORMER. His alternate form is a motorcycle, if you were curious. The reason for this that all the game lines are designed so that crossovers are optional. This includes werewolves and vampires, and even spirits. You can actually make your stereotypical Daeva vampire in this game as a Fae, and it's not even that difficult.
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The Lightfooted
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The Lightfooted: The Contracts of Separation allow a Changeling to walk across any surface, from snow to mud or even tissue paper without leaving any trace. They're a favourite of the Fairest, who cultivate grace and poise.
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Scary Scarecrows
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Scary Scarecrows: The Scarecrow Ministers mentioned below, whose Mien eventually starts to look like them.
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The
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Also why Winter Court funerals tend to be morbidly cheerful-your friend is dead, but at least he wasn't recaptured by the Fae.
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Mana
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Mana: Glamour, the energy of Faerie, also connected to emotions and dreams. Changelings can recover glamour by absorbing it from the emotions or dreams of mortals, by fulfilling some Pledges, or by eating strange Goblin Fruits which grow in the Hedge between our world and Faerie.
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Truce Zone
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Truce Zone: The Goblin Markets, as enforced by Market Law.
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Insane Equals Violent
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Insane Equals Violent: Averted. It often does, but it's made quite clear in Rites of Spring that this is a result of the individual changeling's madness, not a loss in Clarity directly. It recommends that changelings who are losing their grip on it be treated with sympathy.
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Blue-and-Orange Morality
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Blue-and-Orange Morality: The Keepers. The Changelings, too. Clarity is based on things that will cause changes in perception as well as "sins." The main difference, historically, between Changelings and the True Fae are that the Changelings try to keep a grip on conventional morality and help people when possible. True Fae help people whenever they want to, and even then, they often can't bring themselves to really care. Besides, as the trope might imply, their concepts of "help" can often be somewhat... off.
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Grimmification
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Grimmification: The Home Game!!
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Exact Words: There's generally no such thing as "the spirit of the agreement" when it comes to pledges, especially not when the True Fae are involved. Canny Changelings learn how to take advantage of the Exact Words of a pledge to avoid getting the worse end of their deal.
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Rules Lawyer: Every single Changeling that survives for any amount of time becomes one. This is one of the few games were having Legal experience helps you role play.
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Mobile Maze
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Mobile Maze: The Hedge, the paths of which often shift and change position. Getting lost there is pretty easy, and not a good idea.
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Have You Seen My God?: One of the example origin stories for the True Fae is based on the Manx interpretation of faeries: True Fae are actually angels whose God has left the universe. Without His guidance, they have gone completely insane.
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Did You Just Scam Cthulhu?: A method of dealing with the True Fae that is slightly less likely to end in death or capture than all-out battle. Some Changelings manage to escape captivity by catching their Keepers in pledges or obscure oaths. Caution is advised, though, as the Fae have had millenia to practice that sort of scheming. There exists an Entitlement, the Legacy of the Black Apple, that exists in part to do exactly this. Officially tasked with negotiating with Fae invaders to get Them to leave without kidnapping anybody, Legates are more than happy to oathbind a Fae so that it can't kidnap anybody, even if it wants to. This is a very dangerous job. Though there's also a rumor saying that the Legacy of the Black Apple is just a front for Loyalists... Rumors in the book are to be taken with a grain of salt (they're in-character pieces, and changelings are prone to assume things without all - or any - of the facts). Said rumor sidebar also claims they lose bits of themselves due to their abilities, which is simply not true. A specific example would be Jack o' The Lantern (yes, that Jack) who was banned from Hell - ie, Arcadia - not because his Keeper was afraid of getting scammed again, but because he tricked the greedy Fae into believing there was a (non-existent) treasure only he was capable of getting. He lost some of his emotions in the process, but for his part, he could not care less he's stuck on Earth.
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Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong: All the torture a Changeling is put through psychologically scars them and their time in Arcadia has made them part Fae, able to use fae powers and bound to The Wyrd. But using too much of this magic takes its toll. Once a Changeling's connection to the Wyrd reaches its highest possible level, sometimes the Changeling's Clarity will begin to drop at an exponential rate — mainly because whenever they dream, they remember Faerie perfectly, which means they have a Clarity-loss trigger condition every time they go to sleep. And when a Changeling hits Wyrd 10 and Clarity 0... they are called to re-enter the Hedge, travel back to Arcadia, and become one of the True Fae. Also, Fetches are supposedly unable to conceive children. However, when they do...
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Speaks Fluent Animal: The first Clause of the Contracts of Fang & Talon grants this power. All Beasts have a lesser version of this ability; they can't speak with animals without the Contract, but they have an innate rapport with the kind of animal to which they're the most closely aligned.
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Evil Twin: Nearly all Changelings are replaced by a Fetch, a construct made from whatever's lying around, along with a piece of the original's shadow, when taken. This fetch looks and acts exactly (or nearly exactly) like the original, and in many cases believes it is the original until a creature with its face and wood for skin shows up. Some Fetches still serve the True Fae, or are simply emotionless monsters. Most of them aren't, or at least aren't that monstrous, which is why killing one dings the Karma Meter (his entire life is a lie, if he discovers the truth of the matter he'll be a psychological wreck for the rest of his life, and you decide to kill him. Enjoy your loss of Clarity, asshole). Despite the risk of Clarity, which is more the unnerving sensation that you are killing your reflection if not your own self (with a little of the conflict between your human senses saying "this is a human being" and your changeling senses saying "no, this is a bloody faerie", stressing your mind) than an actual moral issue, Autumn Nightmares makes it clear that many, or even most, changelings do actually kill fetches. Some freeholds make it a point of law to kill fetches, perhaps even using it as an initiation rite — some changelings will even hunt down and slay any fetch they can find, not just their own, though even in fetch-killer thresholds this is looked down on. Because it robs the fetch's changeling of the chance to kill the fetch of their own accord, and thusly denies them an important part in returning to the human world, not because of any sympathies with the fetch. As mentally shattering as it can be to kill a fetch, it's still an important milestone and can bestow a number of supernatural benefits.
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In a more specific example, You always have to be careful of this when buying something at a Goblin Market. Market Law says that all products and services must work as advertised, but there Ain't No Rule that says the merchant has to fully disclose all negative qualities and side-effects of a purchase.
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Also, Fetches are supposedly unable to conceive children. However, when they do...
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Law of Inverse Fertility: If you want a child, you'll pay to get it. If you don't want a child and end up with one, you'll still pay for it.
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You Bastard!
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There's also a very subtle implication: the True Fae occupy themselves by making up fictional characters, settings, and items, and then enacting stories with them for their own amusement. Remind you of anyone?
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Earn Your Happy Ending: Changeling lives tend to either end young and brutally, or in various forms of eternal torment. But like with any dark, terrible story, it leaves all the more potential for happy endings to shine all the brighter. Another way to look at it? Yes, you've gone through hell like none of the other denizens can understand, but you were strong enough to escape it.
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Walk on Water: The first clause of the Contracts of Separation allows it.
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Railroading
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Railroading: The core book recommends a little of this if you plan on playing a Prelude, not only to keep things interesting but to prevent someone starting with a Clarity deficit and/or dead.
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Dying Dream
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Dying Dream: The Pluto Dreams of the Autumn Court's horoscope. Pluto Dreams are the last dream a person has as they lay dying and their brain shuts down; they're usually filled with revelation, which makes catching one extremely difficult but rather worth while. Some particularly foolhardy Autumn courtiers will attempt to ride a Pluto Dream the "easy" way...
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You Sexy Beast
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You Sexy Beast: All changelings with the Beast seeming have as their blessing an animal magnetism that lets them increase their Presence and Composure. Sadly not a feature of Beasts in Second Edition, though the concept itself is far from barred.
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Alien Fair Folk
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Alien Fair Folk: As mentioned above, The Greys are implied to be one of the forms of the True Fey. Probably.
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Evil Cannot Comprehend Good
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Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: The True Fae are, by their very nature, utterly sociopathic, incapable of seeing other people as anything other than toys or pets, at best. Their inability to understand humans is vital to the True Fae's power. If one does grow to understand humanity, its power is drastically reduced, and it may very well lose its memories and find itself permanently exiled to the Mortal world. Changelings base their government on sharing power to take advantage of this, because the idea of voluntarily choosing not to possess all the power throws the True Fae off. (Unfortunately for Miama, however, the local Summer King decided to throw that particular idea out the window. Oops.)
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The Shadow Knows: A Changeling's Mask usually hides all traces of his true Fae nature from non-fae beings, but if he chooses, he can strengthen it to hide those traces from everyone... other than his shadow, which then shows the truth.
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Weakened by the Light: Darklings' ties to night and darkness means that their magic is less certain and powerful during daytime.
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Phantasy Spelling
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Phantasy Spelling: The books tend to go with "Fae" and "Faerie" rather than "Fairy" Somewhat justified, as that's the Old French spelling whence we get the English "fey" and "fairy".
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Gadgeteer Genius
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Gadgeteer Genius: Many Wizened, especially those with high levels in the contracts of Artifice, Animation, or both.
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MacGyvering
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MacGyvering: The highest level of artifice rivals the man himself in it's versatility. Need a gun? No problem, just take a lead pipe and a piece of string. An Airplane? A lawnmower and a roll of duct tape should suffice.
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All Trolls Are Different
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All Trolls Are Different: An Ogre kith, who manage to be remarkably cunning and manipulative in comparison to their stereotypically-dull-witted kin.
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Magical Underpinnings of Reality
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Magical Underpinnings of Reality: This is how everything in Arcadia works. You need to establish a contract with Fire to be warmed, a contract with Carrots to eat one. But no contract is needed with Rock in order for the True Fae there to crush you with one. Even worse, actually. Fire in Arcadia may not warm you if you have no Contract with it, but it can still burn you. You may not be able to drink water to stay alive without a Water Contract, but it can still drown you. Basically, anything in Arcadia can decide to interact with you normally if it wants to... mostly so it can proceed to hurt you. Gaining the positive aspects of Contracts with the matter of Arcadia (being able to get warm, eat, drink, etc.) requires to True Fae including you in their Contracts with the realm... which makes you theirs by default. So even if you weren't dragged into Arcadia to be a True Fae's plaything, you'll become one anyway. Or die.
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Our Gargoyles Rock
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Our Gargoyles Rock: Lurkglider Darklings and some Beasts and/or Elementals, especially those with dual Kiths.
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Literal Genie
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Literal Genie: This is how Pledges work. Be very careful how you word your pledges, folks. On both sides: not only is tricking someone into an unfair Pledge a Clarity sin (that's True Fae bullshit), but the repercussions are just as bad if the Pledgemaker breaks the agreement (say, by withholding or downgrading the promised reward for completing a task). Feel free to promise "more wealth than you can imagine," but have a solid grasp on the extent of the other party's imagination first.
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Stay on the Path
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Stay on the Path: Wandering off the path in The Hedge can be a very, very bad thing. Not only do the Thorns themselves drink your Glamour (and thus ability to defend yourself) away, but hobgoblins lurk in some of the deeper parts... and the Gentry occasionally take their strolls through it. This is if you're a Changeling. Mortals have it even worse. Changelings just lose Glamour. Mortals have bits of their soul ripped off.
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Shown Their Work
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Shown Their Work: Whatever authors wrote these books, they knew their legends, myths, and the true- much darker- stories of the Fair Folk.
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Everything Trying to Kill You
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Everything Trying to Kill You: As bad as being kidnapped into Arcadia by a True Fae is, winding up there by accident is even worse. Because the realm runs on Contracts, if you aren't part of them, the very elements of nature have no reason to behave rationally towards you. Water won't slake your thirst and fire won't warm your body, but you can still drown or burn. The only way to survive is to either get back out before you die of exposure or other unpleasantness (far harder than it sounds), or get included in the Contracts that make the realm function... which is done by entering service to a True Fae.
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Alien Abduction / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Alien Fair Folk / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
All Therapists Are Muggles / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Always Chaotic Evil / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ambiguous Situation / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
And I Must Scream / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
And Then John Was a Zombie / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Angel Unaware / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Angst? What Angst? / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Animorphism / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Anthropomorphic Personification / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Anti Escape Mechanism / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Appearance Is in the Eye of the Beholder / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Artificial Human / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bargain with Heaven / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Battle Butler / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bazaar of the Bizarre / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Beast Man / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Beat It By Compulsion / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Being Evil Sucks / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Being Tortured Makes You Evil / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Blood Magic / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
But I Can't Be Pregnant! / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Butt-Dialing Mordor / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
By the Eyes of the Blind / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Capture and Replicate / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Celestial Deadline / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling
seeAlso
Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Changeling Tale / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Characterization Marches On / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Charm Person / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chess Motifs / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chubby Chef / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clap Your Hands If You Believe / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clockwork Creature / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clone Degeneration / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clones Are People, Too / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cloning Blues / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cold Iron / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Compelling Voice / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Confronting Your Imposter / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cooking Duel / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Corporate Dragon / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Creepy Child / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cute Monster Girl / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dangerous Forbidden Technique / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Defeating the Undefeatable / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Departure Means Death / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Depleted Phlebotinum Shells / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Deus Sex Machina / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Did We Just Have Tea with Cthulhu? / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Did You Just Scam Cthulhu? / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Domain Holder / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dream Land / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dream Stealer / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dream Weaver / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dreaming of Things to Come / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Due to the Dead / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Duels Decide Everything / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dying Dream / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dysfunction Junction / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Eldritch Location / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Elemental Armor / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Elemental Baggage / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Elemental Embodiment / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Elemental Shapeshifter / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Emotion Bomb / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Emotion Control / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Empathic Environment / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Enforced Cold War / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Diva / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Twin / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Expendable Clone / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Exposed to the Elements / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Faerie Court / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fairest of Them All / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fairy Sexy / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fake Memories / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Familiar / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Drug / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Fragility / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Fruits and Vegetables / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Time Management / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Feather Motif / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fertile Feet / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fetus Terrible / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fisher King / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Five Stages of Grief / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flashback Nightmare / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fog Feet / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gadgeteer Genius / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Game Face / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gentle Giant / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Go Mad from the Isolation / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Goth Spirals / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Great Big Book of Everything / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Grimmification / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Had to Be Sharp / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Happy Fun Ball / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Haute Cuisine Is Weird / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hedge Maze / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hellgate / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hero Killer / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hobbits / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Honest Advisor / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hopeless War / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Horned Humanoid / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Horny Devils / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Horror Hunger / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hostile Weather / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hyperactive Metabolism / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hyperspace Is a Scary Place / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
I Gave My Word / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
I Have Many Names / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Incendiary Exponent / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Inhumanly Beautiful Race / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Inn Between the Worlds / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Insert Payment to Use / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Instant Expert / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Insubstantial Ingredients / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Intangible Price / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Invasion of the Baby Snatchers / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Invisible to Normals / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
It's Quiet… Too Quiet / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Jackass Genie / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Karma Meter / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Keystone Superpower / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Kill and Replace / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Killing Your Alternate Self / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Kryptonite Factor / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lack of Empathy / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Land of Faerie / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Les Collaborateurs / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lie to the Beholder / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Literal Genie / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Living Toys / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Loss of Identity / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lovecraftian Superpower / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Lunacy / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mad Oracle / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magic by Any Other Name / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magic Mirror / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magical Library / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magical Romani / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magical Seventh Son / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magical Underpinnings of Reality / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Magically Binding Contract / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mental Affair / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Merlin Sickness / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mirror Match / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mobile Maze / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Mr. Fixit / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Muggles Do It Better / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Multiple-Choice Past / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Murder Is the Best Solution / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
My Instincts Are Showing / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Name Amnesia / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Narnia Time / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Nay-Theist / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
New Powers as the Plot Demands / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
No Biological Sex / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Nobody Here but Us Statues / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Not That Kind of Mage / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Objectshifting / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Only in Miami / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Only the Chosen May Wield / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Dwarves Are All the Same / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Gargoyles Rock / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Gnomes Are Weirder / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Goblins Are Different / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Our Ogres Are Hungrier / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Personality Powers / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Phlebotinum Rebel / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Place Beyond Time / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Poisonous Person / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Prestige Class / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Professional Killer / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Properly Paranoid / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Rage Against the Heavens / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Read the Fine Print / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Reality Is Out to Lunch / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Rescued from the Underworld / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Revival Loophole / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Roaring Rampage of Revenge / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Rule of Cool / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sacred Hospitality / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sanity Has Advantages / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sanity Meter / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Scary Scarecrows / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Schmuck Banquet / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
/ int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Seasonal Baggage / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sizeshifter / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
So Beautiful, It's a Curse / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Solar and Lunar / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Speaks Fluent Animal / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Split-Personality Merge / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Stages of Monster Grief / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Stay on the Path / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Stranger in a Familiar Land / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Strangled by the Red String / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sufficiently Analyzed Magic / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Summon Bigger Fish / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Summon Magic / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Super Empowering / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Supernatural Angst / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Surreal Horror / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Sworn In By Oath / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Tagline / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Talking in Your Dreams / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Ageless / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Beautiful Elite / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Blacksmith / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Blank / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Corruption / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Fair Folk / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Fettered / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Four Gods / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Good Chancellor / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Hedge of Thorns / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Lightfooted / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Lost Woods / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Magic Touch / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Oath-Breaker / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Power of Glass / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Power of Love / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Punishment Is the Crime / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Social Darwinist / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
The Wild Hunt / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Theory of Narrative Causality / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Thunderbolt Iron / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Touched by Vorlons / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Transhuman Treachery / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Truce Zone / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Truth Serums / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Undead Tax Exemption / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Upsetting the Balance / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Urban Fantasy / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Van Helsing Hate Crimes / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Victorian London / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Walk on Water / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Was Once a Man / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weakened by the Light / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weaksauce Weakness / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weather Manipulation / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weirdness Censor / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Weredragon / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
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What Did You Expect When You Named It ____? / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
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What Measure Is a Non-Cute? / int_c51cb60a
 WhiteWolf
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Winter Royal Lady / int_c51cb60a
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Wizards Live Longer / int_c51cb60a
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Woobie Species / int_c51cb60a
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Workplace-Acquired Abilities / int_c51cb60a
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World of Chaos / int_c51cb60a
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World's Most Beautiful Woman / int_c51cb60a
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Year Inside, Hour Outside / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
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Year Outside, Hour Inside / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
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You Can't Go Home Again / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
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You Sexy Beast / int_c51cb60a
 New World of Darkness (Tabletop Game)
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Blood Oath / int_c51cb60a
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Flying Dutchman / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
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I See Dead People / int_c51cb60a
 Changeling: The Lost (Tabletop Game)
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Red String of Fate / int_c51cb60a