By Daniel Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org) for Dreamsingers
The Djangwull, or Daughters of the Morning Star, are very charismatic and outgoing fae. In the Dreamtime, it was said that the Djangwull were born from the songs of the Aboriginals as they migrated to Australia. As a result, the Djangwull became exemplary performers, often standing out in corrborees and other performance endeavours. Over time, the Djangwull also learnt about the finer points of seduction and socializing. The average Djangwull could definitely give an Eshu or a Satyr a run for their money in terms of performance!
The War of Tears threw the Djangwull into disarray. On one hand, here were these strange people from a distant land with all sorts of new tricks and performance styles for them to learn. However, these were also the same people bringing death, pain and Silence into their world. Eventually, they decided to embrace the new world, while maintaining the connections of the old.
More than ever, these fae are responsible for teaching the Europeans about the ways of their people, while learning the ways of the strangers at the same time without incurring Silence. This is a difficult balancing act, but it is one that the Djangwull have perfected over time. Their performance and social skills are beyond compare.
The Djangwull are very attractive, almost haunting fae, leaning toward revealing, colourful clothing. Their voices are highly pleasing to hear.
The Djangwull naturally gravitate toward performance-based occupations, where their true penchant will show. They also enjoy socialization a great deal.
Performing Grace: The Djangwull are graceful, smooth performers. Any cantrip designed to hinder their performing skills automatically fails. They cannot botch Performance rolls.
Sociability: Djangwull are renowned social creatures, which some say is related to their voice. Any skill which involves the use of their voice is at -2 difficulty.
Secrets: Djangwull are notoriously bad at keeping secrets. If one is told to a Djangwull, the Djangwull must roll Willpower (7) to avoid blurting out the secret to people.
Opinions of the Other Kiths
Baga-Djimbiri: Such uncultured heathens. Why do they insist on destroying this great new culture when they could learn so much from them?
Kunapipi: These are wise and gentle fae. All should respect their ways.
Wandjina: Such strange people. I guess it will be difficult for anyone to learn about them.
European Kiths: Such interesting people. We still have much to share with these people.