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    If anyone have a copy of Trolle, Träumer, Tiefe Wälder — are there any information on fae history in Prussia? And are there, generally, any canon information on changelings in the Baltic, beyond the name of Pomeranian Alliance?

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    I can't say its canon, but I have an NPC Autumn Sidhe who was strongly effected by her history in first the Commonwealth, and then Prussia.

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      They sort of got some of the Geography wrong and called parts of Poland parts of Germany instead on that one.

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        Originally posted by Windthin View Post
        They sort of got some of the Geography wrong and called parts of Poland parts of Germany instead on that one.
        Doesn't Modern Poland cover parts of Historic Prussia?

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          Originally posted by Lian View Post

          Doesn't Modern Poland cover parts of Historic Prussia?
          Yes. To replace the vast area of Poland that Stalin gave Russia, Poland got Prussia. Prussia wasn't German until fairly late. The locals were Balts like the Lithuanians. The Teutonic Knight hunted the local pagans for sport mainly. Long after the Prussian people became Christian the Teutonic Knights hunted them for sport and allowed paying guests, who got credit for going on Crusade.

          The local Dreaming would be distinctive.

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