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  • Yes, yes, it is. Check the page I have quoted.
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  • What is the name of the third kingdom surrounding Skyeholm? We know that there are Ardenmore, Middlemarch... But about the third one? And do we know anything about it?
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  • p. 75 (in the story "Watercolors"): the word "Glamour" is badly spelled ("glamor"), missing both a capital "G" and a "u" (as per the Irish spelling). Maybe the author's intent was to spell it as Sean heard it. Yet, since the dialogue is written, and since in the writing style the dialogues are not spelled to reflect the phonetic understanding, it seems to be a mistake.
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  • The final spine image:

    http://www.oocities.org/pookaplace/books/spine.html...
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  • Enchanting someone helps casting cantrips on her because, according to the rules of 2nd ed., then cantrips cast on her by a changeling will be Chimerical (not Wyrd), and will not necessarily call for a Glamour expenditure. Also, if you apply an optional rule, enchanted targets are at Banality +4 as target difficulty (before performing a Bunk) while non-enchanted targets are at Banality +5....
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  • Yes, a chimera can interact with the mundane/ Autumn world (and indeed has to): a closed door is a closed door and the chimera must open it to get through (or destroy it). However, when surrounded by non-enchanted people, chimera are on the other side of the Mists (because of the witnesses' Banality) and so cannot interact with the mundane world. This is why chimera often stalk their changeling prey, waiting for the moment when they will be alone...

    So, the Monster Under the Bed waits for the childling's parent to leave in order to open the door of the wardrobe in which it was hiding......
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  • mattboggan
    replied to Aslynthi
    But, in any case, as Pooka Knight said: the Aslynthi are not Kithain or even Thallain. The Thallain were the footsoldiers of the Fomorians; the Aslynthi were the generals (at least for the White Court). They are organized in three castes (warriors and priests, I don't remember the third one), and are created similarly to chimera, but are very, very potent.
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  • I'm not sure it's totally relevant for the thread, but I thought this might be interest you: here is a post I've written for the Changeling group on Facebook.

    I wanted to share something with you all. It is a memory.

    Back in 1995, just prior to the release of Changeling: the Dreaming, an advertisement leaflet was distributed. There had been already several announcements in different WW sourcebooks about Changeling. But this leaflet was in itself a promise to transport us to different places, to a magical world. I remember reading it over and over, peeking at the gorgeous...
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  • mattboggan
    replied to Aslynthi
    Chris Howard wrote a much detailed presentation in Keys to the Kingdom.

    Onyx Path should really, really contact or answer Chris's attempts at contacting them and see how KttK could be published. As someone who even very remotely had something to do with it, it can tell you: it's excellent.
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  • mattboggan
    replied to Aslynthi
    On the other hand, AdamBeyonceLowe, I do think that the explanation of why the Thallain exist (as written in Dreams & Nightmares) is excellent and explain very well why the Thallain are the "double Unseelie Legacies" types of faeries. So, yes, while it seems to equate Unseelie with bad, here it is because of their double Unseelie Legacy that they are bad, because there is not hint of Light in their make-up (much like the Balor who have a Seelie Legacy bu which can never be dominant)....
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  • mattboggan
    replied to 110 kith options?
    If someone has questions about the French kiths and need translations, please ask. I would be, as any decent French boggan would, delighted to help.
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  • p. 52: "Comtesse Lilianne Valadon de Beaumayne". House Beaumayn is spelled without the final "e". Because it derives from the French Beau main (for belle main in reference to the founder).
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  • p. 6 (in Miss Opal's Clockwork Heart): "was how Boggans expressed love." Boggans should not be spelled with a capital B. Kiths are never written with capital letters. So "boggans" (just like sluagh in the first paragraph on the same page).
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