|Authors:||Jess Hartley, Matthew McFarland, Travis Stout and Chuck Wendig|
|Art Director:||Aileen E. Miles|
|Interior Art:||Andrew Hepworth, Jeff Holt, Veronica Jones, Pat Loboyko, Britt Martin, Peter Mohrbacher, Justin Norman|
|Front Cover Art:||J. P. Targete|
|Book Design:||Aileen E. Miles|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||White Wolf Game Studio|
|Published:||October 10, 2007|
|Publication #:||WW 70300|
|Reference #:||ISBN 978-1-58846-531-3|
Autumn Nightmares is a sourcebook for Changeling: The Lost. It contains details of the characters and creatures which are the main antagonists of Changelings, most notably other Changelings, the True Fae, and fetches. It uses the Autumn Court's emotion, fear, as its main theme.
From the Onyx Path catalog:
- All the leaves are yellow,
All the grass is brown.
All the nights are longer,
Sun goes down.
- Crows are in the branches,
Wolves are in the wild.
Others in the shadows,
- — Anonymous
- This book includes:
Prologue: As the Days Grow Shorter Edit
Fiction. On Hallowee'n in Miami, a satyr of the Spring Court named Peter meets his lover, Nim, at a meeting of the Autumn Court.
Some advice on using Autumn as a setting, and fear as a theme, followed by a guide to the chapters that follow.
Chapter One: Rivals (Changelings & Mortals) Edit
Details of the type and factions of Changelings who are considered dangerous by most Freeholds; these include the Mad, milita and bridge-burners. It also provides information on mortals, enchanted or otherwise, who might interact with Changelings.
Chapter Two: Gentle Lords and Fair Ladies (True Fae) Edit
An in-depth discussion of the True Fae - their possible origins, nature, powers and limitations. Charlatans are also covered.
Chapter Three: Horrors Within, Horrors Without (Fetches & Hobgoblins) Edit
This chapter details hobgoblins, creatures who dwell in the Hedge, and fetches, the duplicates left by the Gentry to replace stolen mortals.
Background Information Edit
Memorable Quotes Edit
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