Dark Ages: Fae

July 1, 2018

Today on Walking Away from Arcadia, Victor and Simon discuss the strongly-felt-about-by-fans prequel to Changeling: the Dreaming -- Dark Ages: Fae. We discuss the themes DAF and CTD have in common, their places relative to each other in the shard-like timeline of the Shattering, and how we each might (or do) pull from DAF for inspiration in Interregnum games.

 

Readings

Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke

Rumplestiltskin from the Brother’s Grimm

Pwyll of Dyved translated by Lady Charlotte E. Guest

Ka Mo’olelo o Hi’iakaikapoliopele or The Epic Tale of Hi’iakaikapoliopele translated by Puakea Nogelmeier and published by Awaiaulu Press

 

Music

LSD by Mon Plaisir, Everybody’s Jazzin’ It by Collins and Harlan, Spray Paint it Gold by Little Glass Men

 

Sound Effects

Storm at Sea, Hawaii Birds, Distant Foxhunt, Scattered Ghost, Spooky Wind 2, Wind Chimes A, Ambient Sound Inside Cafe Kitchen

 

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