Questions tagged [changeling-the-dreaming]
Changeling: The Dreaming is an RPG published by White Wolf for its original World of Darkness setting.
Fighting off the Nightmare
It happened. In our latest venture, we were in the Deep Dreaming and had to Unleash our Arts.1 Obviously, this incurred a few points of Nightmare.2 Now, those points are burning like evil eyes in the ...
Into the Deep Dreaming!
The Deep Dreaming 1 is a place that amps up a Kithain's birthright to 11. They become the most powerful and dreaming version of themselves. For example, even the ugliest Sidhe is actually quite ...
Spying Animal Kithain in Animal Form
Pooka and Selkies have a Birthright that allows them to turn into mundane animals. Be they hares or cats or whatever for the Pooka or Seals or Sea Lions for the Selkies (though, technically also ...
Why don't non-Changelings die when killed in the Dreaming, but get kicked out into the Umbra instead?
Inspired by this post: What happens when a Changeling dies in the Dreaming? So, yes, Changelings killed in the Dreaming (as opposed to just by chimerical damage in the mortal world) are killed for ...
What happens when a Changeling dies in the Dreaming?
In Changeling: The Dreaming 20th Anniversary, I find two seemingly contradictory texts. On page 291, speaking of chimerical death: Those who suffer a chimerical death while in the Dreaming ...
How can I maximize the value of Appearance for a sidhe?
I am preparing a character for my first Changeling:The Dreaming second edition game. I've opted for a sidhe, which come with this ability: Sidhe get two extra dots of Appearance during character ...
What are the potential side effects on a Kindred from drinking fae blood?
This is probably a silly question, but I'm really curious and don't have access to the Dark Ages book which I heard has the answer to there apparently being various listed side-effects. All I know, ...
Is siring a Maeghar allowed?
The fae-blooded kindred known as "Maeghar", are described to mostly be solitary wonderers that avoid people, with no set affiliation to anybody - the exception seemingly being the Kiasyd Lasombra ...
Are there any canon ways for supernatural beings to "enchant" themselves?
I noticed it being said on the wiki, that some non-fae supernatural beings can enchant themselves through their own abilities, to be able to see and interact with the Dreaming, without any need for ...
Can the Prodigals see Chimerae?
Chimerae are products of the Dreaming or objects infused with Glamour. Changelings can see them for what they are just fine, but how does this work for Prodigals, the other supernaturals in the World ...
What is affected by different levels of Changeling: the Dreaming's Nature Realm?
The descriptions of what each dot of Nature encompasses seem contradictory or nonsensical in places. I'd appreciate clarification. From Changeling: the Dreaming, Second Edition, pg. 188: · ...
Loosh farming in the World of Darkness
So there is an allegedly real phenomenon called "loosh farming," wherein disembodied astral spirits harvest some kind of emotional energy from the emotions of humans on earth. Robert Monroe wrote ...
How can I Help a New GM Get Started?
My daughter wants to run a Changeling game. However, she's never tried to run a pen and paper RP, and is very nervous about it. What are some things I can do to help her get a good start? For more ...
Broad jumps with Hopscotch in Changeling: the Dreaming
my question is about WayFare 1, Hopscotch. Description says: Leap trods in a single bound! With this cantrip, the changeling can make herself or others venture (seemingly) impossible leaps, ...
Can temporary character banality be lower than permanent?
In Changeling the Dreaming, can a Changeling's temporary Banality be lower than its permanent? Or does it always starts from the permanent one?
How does the mortal seeming of a Leanhaun sidhe age?
House Leanhaun sidhes have a strange curse. If they don't perform a Rhapsody each month, they age a year each week. This means a childling could reach adulthood in few months. Does this also affect ...
How are enchanted more vulnerable to cantrips?
I have read on some Changeling books that accepting a gift from a changeling is dangerous, because enchanted mortals are more vulnerable to changeling's magic. I have read the same about drinking ...
How was Changeling played with cards?
AFAIK, Changeling 1st edition was played with cards, at least some parts of the game. That was removed from 2nd edition. I think it wasn't very successful, but I'm still very curious about that. ...
How to learn World of Darkness canon if I'm not using the rules system?
I want to learn history of World of Darkness. I don't need the mechanical part of the gameplay, just the story part. I want to know all about of each setting(for now and for dark ages). Which books ...
What's an appropriate banality rating for the Fallen?
In the old World of Darkness game Changeling: the Dreaming, no specific banality rating is given for demons (as in Demon: the Fallen)? What is an appropriate rating, and how is that rating justified ...
What's an appropriate banality rating for the Imbued?
In the old World of Darkness game Changeling: the Dreaming, no specific banality rating is given for hunters (as in Hunter: the Reckoning). Is there a more appropriate rating than the standard human ...
Where is the list of banality ratings for "Changeling: the Dreaming"?
One of the rulebooks for Changeling: the Dreaming (a game in the old World of Darkness setting) has a list of banality ratings for the other WoD races, both supernatural and non-supernatural. Which ...