Storytelling, it is a tradition. For Vistani wanderers, there is no exception. The spoken story has helped keep tribes and clans together. And by all means, those of different clans have collected countless tales across travels. Some speak of taboos, others of strange secrets, others purely bizarre. Tonight, you are invited to hear some of these tales and decipher what is fact and what is mere myth peddled along for entertainment.
Author’s Note: Huge thanks to Matt Doyle alias “strahdsbuddy”. His own creation got my own creative juices flowing, even if a few ideas were looted. This one is a bit shorter, but that’s partially because I’m on vacation and need a break from life for a little bit.
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The Fair Folk. The Good Kingdom. The Sidhe. The Far Wanderers. Whatever you want to call them! They’re a blight! Sour my milk and rot my crops, snatch up the neighborhood infants, turn the trapper inside out like a dinner food dish. Can’t stand ’em, they must be pure evil! You seen the mad witch beyond the hill? Surely, she’s in league with them! SHE IS! – Jerick Cormant, local farmer and general curmudgeon
The Fey, a description for mythic spirits of many kinds. There’s even overlap with other planars and creature types too! The undead, fiends, celestials, even elementals. To some, fey is just a label for the spiritfolk from ethereal realms beyond, fascinated by our mortal world. Many have taken permanent residence beyond the mainstays of mortal civilization. Often hidden, the fey watch and observe for a variety of reasons… some more benign than others.
Author’s Note: Faith of Brynvalk is hosting the June 2019 RPG Blog Carnival with a Fae theme to it. So, I figure that it’s not too much of a divergence to make a fey themed post in the middle of my planar theme. You’ll see a mix of updated old monsters and a few new ones! Enjoy!
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