episode 70 — kithbook: eshu

Changeling the Podcast
Changeling the Podcast
episode 70 — kithbook: eshu

Wanderers and storytellers, tricksters and rapscallions… we’re diving this week into Kithbook: Eshu and all that it has to teach about this most wonderfully wayward of Kithain. This was the last full-length Changeling: the Dreaming supplement for something like fifteen years, and as presumed final entries go, it was an intriguing one. (The last page of the original print edition, though, with the ad for a book that would never materialize… that was kind of heartbreaking.) We discuss levels of appropriateness for incorporating Yorùbá religion as this book does, get into the weeds about Birthrights, and ask important questions, such as “Talecraft: why?” It’s a bittersweet sunset to 2nd Edition, all things told. And what could be more Changeling than that?

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Josh Hillerup (any pronoun) travels by a compass that points in nonexistent directions, like “south–north-up” and “otherwards”.
Pooka G (any pronoun/they) will put a girdle round about the Earth in forty minutes.

Qiān lǐ zhī xíng shǐ yú zú xià.
[A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.]
—Laozi, loosely translated