There was a bit of a delay for this episode—sorry! When you party with the satyrs for the sake of episode data, you party hardy. But in the end, we have some thoughts about the kith and their presentation in Kithbook: Satyrs. To overcome the fairly one-dimensional sex maniac trope, the kithbook situates them within an extensive fae history of Greece, argues that passion can go in many directions, gives some insights into how satyrs age… not all bad stuff. That said, it’s middle of the road for a splatbookl, introducing some interesting ideas without pushing the kith in any exciting new directions—which they could have benefited from. If they’re your favorite kith, it’s certainly worth the read.
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Josh Hillerup (any pronoun) has a Passion for pudding, but only the instant kind.
Pooka G (any pronoun/they) insists that the “G” is not for “Goat,” but nobody seems to believe that.
“Passion persuades me one way, reason another. I see the better and approve it, but I follow the worse.”
—Ovid, Metamorphoses VII.19-21