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    You could aways port over the stats from MRQ for goblins, or trollkin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1d8+DB View Post
    You could always port over the stats from MRQ for goblins, or trollkin.
    Thanks. Grrrr, a solution so obvious I didn't see it. It's all about the setup and window dressing rather than the actual stats.

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    Sorry for necro, but also new member.

    There are stats for Tuatha / Sidhe in the Invictus Companion. But you could mine this for ideas:

    Fairy - Fairy - TARDIS Index File, the Doctor Who Wiki
    Sidhe - Sidhe (Autumn Mist) - TARDIS Index File, the Doctor Who Wiki

    Both are likely the same, or related in some way.

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    Welcome to the boards!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaot View Post
    Welcome to the boards!
    Thank you kindly good sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seneschal View Post
    How would you stat up Arthur Machen/Robert Howard/George McDonald style "little people"? Things That Were Once Men, they have dwindled in size (or SIZ) during their long subterranean exile but have increased in ferocity, decadence, and occult knowledge. They may not even look very human anymore (it varies by author and story) but are much stronger than their child-like statures would suggest. But they still like human women (or men, depending on the fairy's gender).
    These have been given a write up in the new Cthulhu by Gaslight.
    There is fun in fear....

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