Changeling: The Dreaming (Tabletop Game) - TV Tropes

Changeling: The Dreaming (Tabletop Game) - TV Tropes

A description of tropes appearing in Changeling: The Dreaming. ... they felt better , backfiring when one nocker girl swore so hard that she broke it and caused a ...

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