Ravnos

From India, Egypt and Slavic regions… Illusion supreme and often tricksters, conmen and thieves. Their sense of humour is strange.

+ Not Tricksters: The Malkavians are the Tricksters of my game so the Ravnos don’t have that niche in my game. The Ravnos are “known” liars, con men, and thieves but in the context of these being tools they use as illusionists.

Weapons versus a purpose in their lives.

+ New weakness: The Ravnos don’t actually have the criminality weakness in my game but this is a stereotype of them (ironically-not by elders who know Ravnos are dependable if you have the cash). Rather I have Ravnos radiate an aura of danger which increases the difficulty of dealing with other individuals by 2 in social situations save when it involves hurting or manipulating someone.

The Ravnos are cursed to forever be only successful at hurting people with their silver tongues.

+ Ravnos vs. Salubri: Ravnos originated in India but they aren’t the predominate Kindred clan there. That was the Salubri and the two clans generally hated each other and warred on one another for millennium before the Ravnos finally “won.”

+ Ravnos think of themselves as demons and plagues: Much like the Path of the Devil, they think of themselves as demons who torment and harry mortals but they believe it is all for the good of the gods and the universe.

+ Altered Path of Paradox: The Path of Paradox teaches individuals that reality is an illusion and generally to avoid any real attachment to anything permanent. Ravnos tend to be nomadic as a result but aren’t the diablerist murder-hobos of before.

+ The Hat of Ravnos is Mercenary not Criminal: Contrary to the reputation in canon games, Ravnos are often fairly welcome in Camarilla cities because they’re people who work for anyone who will pay them.

Ravnos are firmly on the side of the Establishment because they pay the best and merrily will screw over anyone the Prince pays them to. They aren’t the best assasisns, spies, or soldiers but they’re decent at all 3.

Many Princes welcome Ravnos because they’re greedy and corrupt but loyal to their patrons.

+ Multi-ethnic Kindred: Ravnos while originated in India have long since spread to the rest of the world and are found in just about every community in the world. They prefer to embrace the poor, disenfranchised, and ruthless. The Smart and Cunning rather than thuggish, though.

The Romani element of their heritage is a footnote as Ravnos when they arrived in Europe became part of the poor peasantry, Jews (primarily by harassing them), and bastard offspring of nobles.

Founded by The Raven

History
The clan is supposedly founded by a gypsy who sold her secrets in return for immortality. Dannae (or Daenna, or Deanna) bit into the Fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, later went to search for Dracian she beloved and found him dead. She is supposed to have created a unique progeny, Ravnos, from her blood and what was left of Dracian’s.

More probably, Dracian is a progeny of Caine who embraced his lover (called Ennoia by the Gangrel and Deanna by the Gypsies). Being cast out after Dracian’s death she founded the Gangrel, and the Ravnos are descendant of the other progeny of Dracian (e.g. Ravanna).

[VRev] revealed the older members of the Ravnos Clan are not of Gypsy origin. Instead they are an ancient lineage of vampires of India, and have spread into Africa. It is the Clan’s outcasts who traveled east joining the migrating groups that would become known as the Gypsies.

The Ravnos of India were battling the Kuei-jin and were losing, so they started doing mass embraces, that awoke several Ravnos Methuselahs, some of them died against the Kuei-jin, that awoke their antideluvian (in Bangladesh). He was destroyed after a battle against three Bodhisshava and the Technocracy, and cursed his progeny which didn’t help him. That was the Week of Nightmares leving about only 100 Ravnos, and only two Methuselahs : Durga Syn and Hazimel. Note that most of the Sabbat Ravnos survived, protected by the pack.

Ravnos

Clan: Daeva

Bloodline Disciplines:Chimerstry, Majesty, Nightmare, Obfuscate

Bloodline Bane: Glass Phantoms

The body of a Ravnos is as fragile as her signature discipline, she cannot tolerate the same degree of punishment as other Kindred. Ravnos do not downgrade lethal damage to bashing. A Ravnos with Resilience can downgrade up to her Resilience dots in lethal each turn, but cannot downgrade Aggravated damage.

Bloodline Discipline: Chimerstry
Note: Illusions created by Chimerstry are true mirages, not psychic attacks. They will confound cameras and even the most mentally resolute, but do not carry any inherent mental qualities. So while an illusion may be described as ‘terrifying’ it possesses no supernatural compulsion towards fear.

Ignis Fatuus •
Cost: None
Dice Pool: None
Action: Instant
Duration: Scene

The Ravnos can conjure mirages, illusions that confound the senses and appear real. At this level the illusions are limited, they can be no larger than her Blood Potency in size, and affect only a single sense. Illusions may be given slight animation, water could appear to flow or a computer screen to flicker, but will not react to interaction. If the creator is close by she can puppet her illusions, giving them a greater semblance of reality, but upon close physical inspection they are revealed as falsehoods.

Fata Morgana ••
Cost: 1 Vitae
Dice Pool: Wits + Subterfuge + Chimerstry
Action: None, Improves Ignis Fatuus
Duration: Scene

Fata Morgana improves the illusions created through Ignis Fatuus. By spending one point of vitae the Ravnos increases the potential size up to [Blood Potency + 5] and allows illusions to affect all five senses, though at this level they are not real enough to cause extreme pain. Simple interaction is not guaranteed to penetrate these illusions, instead investigators roll Wits + Investigation, penalized by the Ravnos’s activation successes, to determine the illusion false. While near a Ravnos can puppet illusions convincingly enough to make illusory people or interactive machines.

Apparition •••
Cost: 1 Vitae
Dice Pool: None, Improves Ignis Fatuus
Action: None, Improves Ignis Fatuus
Duration: Blood Potency + Chimerstry Days

The Ravnos can now create illusions that endure in her absence. By spending a point of Vitae while using Ignis Fatuus she improves the discipline in the following ways:
Illusions gain a duration of [Blood Potency + Chimerstry] days, though she may specify a shorter period if she likes.
Illusions may be programmed to react and respond in certain ways. This takes time, a few seconds per direction. The Ravnos’s player should describe in a few sentences how she wants the illusion to act and react. Illusions are unintelligent, so while this can be enough to create convincingly interactive machines, compelling human illusions remain beyond the Chimerstry’s ability.
Illusions may be given triggers that cause them to emerge or fade. As with programming this can be as simple or complex as desired, anywhere from “someone opens this door” to “a black man stands in this spot for exactly seven minutes on a Wednesday”. As illusions are unintelligent subjective or non-obvious triggers will fail. So “An untrustworthy enemy enters” would be right out, and “Someone named bob passes by” would only trigger if Bob’s name were spoken aloud as he passed.
Dreamscape ••••
Cost: 1 Vitae, 1 Willpower
Dice Pool: None, Improves Ignis Fatuus
Action: None, Improves Ignis Fatuus
Duration: Scene

Growing in power the Ravnos dramatically increases the size and scope of her illusions. By spending a point of Vitae and a Willpower while activating Ignis Fatuus she may increases the size and complexity of the illusion ten fold. It can encompass a space of up to [Blood Potency * 10] yards (or [Blood Potency + 5]*10 when using Fata Morgana). Within that space the Ravnos can craft many illusions simultaneously, in conjunction with Fata Morgana and Apparition she could create an entire ballroom, complete with guests (albeit slightly robotic ones), music, and apparently edible food.

Gossamer Reality •••••
Cost: 2 Vitae, 1 Willpower
Dice Pool: None, Improves Ignis Fatuus
Action: None, Improves Ignis Fatuus
Duration: Scene

At the height of Chimerstry’s power the Ravnos blurs the line between real and unreal, creating glamours that fool reality itself. By spending two Vitae and a point of willpower while creating an illusion the Ravnos invests it with physicality, it is for all intensive purposes exactly what it mimics. This has it’s limits:
Direct attacks roll [Wits + Subterfuge], resisted by Composure, with no weapon bonus regardless of their apparent magnitude. All attacks deal only bashing damage.
Objects can be no more durable than her Blood Potency. Living Illusions have at most [Blood Potency] health, and use the Ravnos’s Wits for all rolls, or Wits + [Appropriate Skill] if actively directed.
Illusions are still restricted in size, even with Fata Morgana an explosive will destroy no more than a few yards of space.
Illusions possess none of the supernatural properties of the things they mimic, an illusory fire will not deal aggravated damage to vampires (just bashing), nor will illusory iron cleave the defenses of a changeling.

Devotions

Horrid Reality (Chimerstry 4, Nightmare 4)
Cost: 3 Vitae
Dice Pool: Wits + Subterfuge + Chimerstry vs Resolve + Blood Potency
Action: Instant
Duration: Scene

The Ravnos plunges her victim into a world of total illusion. She takes total control over all his senses and may dictate freely what he sees and experiences. As with all Nightmare powers this experience cannot be a pleasurable one, no matter how the Ravnos presents it the world the victim sees with bear an eerie tint. Normally this requires the Ravnos touch her victim on either the head or neck, but if the Ravnos has Dread Presence active she may target anyone with whom she makes eye-contact. This lasts until the scene ends, the Ravnos is incapacitated, or the victim escapes the her presence.
This Devotion Costs 4 Experiences to Learn

Will-o’-the-wisp (Chimerstry 1, Majesty 1)
Cost: 1 Vitae
Dice Pool: None, Improves Ignis Fatuus

The Ravnos instills her illusions with the allure of majesty, drawing all eyes upon them. Anyone who sees an illusion created by this power is entranced and subtracts the Ravnos’s Majesty dots from all Wits + Composure rolls to notice anything else.
This Devotion Costs 1 Experience to Learn

Fantasia (Chimerstry 5, Obfuscate 5)
Cost: None, Improves Oubliette

Merging her powers of illusion the Ravnos creates a kingdom of absolute fantasy. She may use Chimerstry powers freely within her Oubliette, just as she can the powers of Obfuscate. More importantly all illusions, from both Chimerstry and Obfuscate, are treated as though enhanced through Gossamer Reality (at no extra cost). In this way the Ravnos claims absolute control over her dominion, able to freely create and alter whole structures of glamour.
This Devotion Costs 6 Experiences to Learn

Powerful blood
[M]
Dracian <2> (:~ 8000+ ) He created the Tree of Knowledge. Was probably in Golconda. Killed by Amriat (cf. Gypsy). He might be the sire of the Ravnos and the Gangrel Antediluvians.
Dracian is also the name of the Ravnos Antediluvian, who was killed centuries later… (cf. CbR-R)
An ancient lorekeeper wrote “The Ravnos are controlled by Sargatanas who also controls the Gangrel. But Sargantas has a servent, Valefar, who oversees the Gangrel for his master”. Sargatanas could be a name of Dracian and Valefar of Ennoia… [Gypsy] [CbR-R]
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Zapathasura/Dracian/Churka <3> (:~ -8000+june 1999) Sire of Black Mother , Rakshasa , Chandraputo , Ravana , Ramessu and Hazimel. the Ravnos of India know him under Zapathasura, and also Dracian (cf. CbR-R). Called Churka by the Gangrel (cf. LS3). Destroyed in Bangladesh by the Kuei-jin (three Bodhisatvas, that died in the fight) and the Technocracy (Project Ragnarok, dropping special neutron bombs designed to destroy Supernaturals). The prophecy of his death refers to the childe of the Wanderer, third Childe of Caine, whose descendants destroyed themselves in madness.
The Ravnos Ante is said to have sired 5 times in the first century or two of his unlife. The speaker said that there may be more, but that they doubted it because all of the lineages that they were able to recover traced their roots back to those five. [ToTB] [LS3] [CbR-M] [CbR-R]
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Black Mother/Marizhavashti Kali <4> (:~ -8000) Progeny of Zapathasura. Sire of Phaedyme (-323) and Sybarites’ founder. Diablerised by the Sybarites’ founder. She was often mistaken for Kali, the Hindu goddess of death destruction and the end of the world. She was a renowned Prophetess and was famous for her ability to percieve all layers of reality. She later abandoned Zapathasura and his war so he in turn had her name stricken from all recordings. The Brahman, Phuri Dae, Phaedymite, Sybarite, and Yoyari jatis are all decended from her.
After Black Mother abandoned Zapathasura, she took the name Marizhavashti Kali “The Ghost” and waited for the arrival of Alexander the Great in India. Upon Alexander’s arrival with his armies, Marizhavashti (a.k.a. Black Mother) embraced one of his soilders and told the childe to “Go West”, in which the soilder did and Marizhavashti followed him to Europe and eventually settled in Gaul.
It turned out that the soilder was actually not a man at all, it was a woman masquerading as a soilder. The woman’s name was Phaedyme (later the founder of the Phaedymites) and she eventually (after creating her line and all) settled in Gaul with her sire and began looking out for her.
Marizhavashti developed her power base in Gaul and after the Romans conquered Gaul needed a way to ensure the continued existance of her control over the mortal affairs in her city. She embraced a man (who has been said to be everyone from Julius Ceaser – which according to CB Ventrue revised was NEVER a vampire – to Romulus himself) who was a high member of Caligula’s rome and may have been a confidant of the Emperor.
This man created Progeny and the line became the Sybarites (this took a few decades). It was then that Chandraputo deliberately let his teachings filter into Gaul through the Kshatriyas jati (his decendants) in an attempt to bring some of the “rogue lineages” back into the fold.
The Sybarites took the teachings of the Kshatriyas and perverted them (which basicly ended up being do whatever you want road). The founder (childe of Marizhavashti/Black Mother) began his belief that diablerie was a good thing and set out to do so to his sire.
Phaedyme (and a number of the Phaedymites) who had also settled in Gaul protected Marizhavashti against her “brother” and his line. obviously she failed because he ended up getting to Marizhavashti and diablerizing her.
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Rakshasa <4> (:~ -8000) Progeny of Zapathasura. He was said to have unmatched skill at deception. he was Zapathasura’s scout for a time. But eventually disagreed with his sire’s war and told him so. the two faught and Rakshasa barely escaped. He left and wound up turning into Zapathasura’s 2nd greatest enemy (behind Ennoia). after leaving, he alegedly went west to Africa siring many childer as he went (never staying more than a decade with any one of them). The book says (CB Rav-R) that at least 4 North African lineages claim decent from a trickster figure with no name or home. who warned them to prepare for the awakening of his father (Zapathasura). the last evidence of his presence in africa is at least 3000 years old.
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Chandraputo <4> (:~ -8000) Progeny of Zapathasura. He was known as The General. He was the one who would lead the Ravnos into battle. He would coordinate his strategies with the Black Mother and was the only one of the five childer to stay loyal to his sire. He may have ruled over the mortal city-nation of Harappa until it went to was against the inhabitants of Mohenjo-Daro. The Kshatriyas jati claims decent from The General.
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Ravana <4> (:~ -8000) Progeny of Zapathasura. He was said to have bargained with true demons for power greater than Zapathasura could ever give him. he allegedly vanished from the world after making the deal. he later lead hundreds of asuratizayya to their death promising them glory and power. One account says he came to Zapathasura and offered him power beyond that which gods would give. He claimed he could walk in the sun and enjoy mortal delights. Zapathasura struck him, only to hit nothing. Ravana’s laughter faded and Zapathasura pondered the meaning of the offer. shortly after that, he (Zapathasura) fell into his first prolonged torpor.
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Ramessu <4> (:~ -8000) Progeny of Zapathasura. Sired the Vaisyas jati. the alexandrite jati also claims origin from him. He embraced solely from the merchant class. He also (in time) tired of fighting and eventually headed west and sired a line that knew nothing of Zapathasura. After his arrival in Egypt he took a large section from the Setite territory when they tried to cast him out. He was able to do this because the Setites were fighting with the local lupines at the time and didn’t have the resources to fight both. He later created an “authentic” Egyptian court that lasted into the renaissance, (even though he went into “bouts of torpor”).
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Smenkhara <4> Sire of Ankla Hotep (-1727). [BbN,p120]
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Hazimel <4> Progeny of Ravnos. Hazimel was a rebellious childe of Ravnos, who may have survived the Week of Nightmares. [CN-Se] [CN-R] [CN-Tz] [CN-Tr]
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Rodina <4> Sire of Durga Syn (932). [CotI]
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Sharilla <4>
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Sybarites’ founder <5-4> Progeny of Black Mother/Marizhavashti Kali. Sire of Karmenita Yoyari. Diablerised his sire. Was a high member of Caligula’s rome and may have been a confidant of the Emperor. Created Progeny and the line became the Sybarites (this took a few decades). It was then that Chandraputo deliberately let his teachings filter into Gaul through the Kshatriyas jati (his decendants) in an attempt to bring some of the “rogue lineages” back into the fold. The Sybarites took the teachings of the Kshatriyas and perverted them (which basicly ended up being do whatever you want road). The founder (childe of Marizhavashti/Black Mother) began his belief that diablerie was a good thing and set out to do so to his sire.
Ancient blood
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Phaedyme <5> (:-323) Progeny of Black Mother/Marizhavashti Kali. Sire of Marcia Felicia Licinia. Was a woman masquerading as a soldier of Alexander the Great.
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Ankla Hotep <5> (:-1727) Progeny of Smenkhara. He was on the Lusitania when it sank in 1915. [BbN,pp16,101,120]
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Esmeralda <5> (-1226:-1200) The stereotypical Gypsy beauty. [Cb-R]
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Bashir <5> Sire of Varshik (610) and Sallam. Embraced 7 childe, only 2 remain in 1197. [JbN,p94]
[M]
Dimitri <5> Sire of Alexis (18th cent.). Probably burned to death. [KmW,p59]
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Durga Syn (Synovea) <5> (857:932) Progeny of Rodina. Rumoured to be a former pupil of Baba Yaga. Sometime said to be of 7th generation. There is also a Durga Syn, 6th gen. progeny of Vladovos. [CotI,p55] [WoD2] [RaR] [GC1,p23]
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Vladovos <5> Sire of Durga Syn (~1300). [TC2,p95] [NoP]
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Karmenita Yoyari <5> Progeny of Sybarites’ founder. Sire of Iago Castille. She didn’t like the way the Sybarites did things and soon broke off and made her own Jati (which was similar to the Sybarites but more mellow). Her eldest childe Iago Castille was a pirate on the seas during the middle ages.
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Margali the Wanderer <5>
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Veistgeir <maybe> He is the main philosoph of the Sabbat. [PGS,p30]
[F]
Natasha (Tasha) <?-5>
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Marcia Felicia Licinia <6> Progeny of Phaedyme. Sire of Hector. Traveled much during the dark ages chronicling her journey, and the many differnt types of Ravnos that she met. She was looking for her childe Hector (who was converted to the Phuri Dae way of thinking and later when Marcia found him, she disowned him).
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Sallam <6> Progeny of Bashir. Sire of Es’kut (478). [VN]
[M]
Varshik <6> (575:610) Progeny of Bashir. Sire of Unknown , Etienne de Fauberge (1099) and Yasmina (1143). Merchant diplomat and ally of the prince. [JbN,p94] [LS4]
[M]
Gabrin <6> (1167:1195) [GC1,p49]
[F]
Durga Syn <6> (:~1300) Progeny of Vladovos. Sire of Zlatos (1752). Counselor to Dracula. Survived the Week of Nightmares. There is also a Durga Syn, 5th gen. progeny of Rodina. [TC2,p95] [NoP]
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Alexis, alias Danya <6> (age 18:18th century) Progeny of Dimitri. She is the 6th of the Red List. [KmW,pp57-61]
[M]
Carlos <6>
[F]
Elena <6>
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Irendo Torenu <6> Sire of Izydor Torenu (1145). [TbN,p95]
[M]
Iago Castille <6> Progeny of Karmenita Yoyari. Was a pirate on the seas during the middle ages.
Ancillae blood
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Hector <7> Progeny of Marcia Felicia Licinia. Was converted to the Phuri Dae way of thinking.
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Unknown <7> Progeny of Varshik. Varshik settled in Jerusalem after one of his childer (an unknown female) was destroyed. [JbN]
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Es’kut (The Silent) <7> (:478) Progeny of Sallam. One of the three Bashirites in the city of Damascus. A thief and murderer in life. Believed he was dying when his sire tore his throat out. Was reborn with a prayer of forgiveness on his lips, a scream in his heart and a vision of impending apocalypse at the hands of the Cainite elders. Has carried out a vow of silence in the hopes of cleansing his soul and finding answers to the visions that plagued him upon his becoming. [VN]
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Etienne de Fauberge <7> (:1099) Progeny of Varshik. Fauberge was a soldier, but unlike his companions did not loot, plunder and rape. instead he stood back horrified. Varsik took the opportunity to snatch him and embrace him. Varsik apparently believed that Etienne would be pious enough to enter the city of Acre and obtain the True Cross. Etienne tried to enter the city but was burned badly from just getting near it. Varsik, still believing that Etienne might somehow still do it, convinced his childe to claim the city as his fief and to keep hold of it. Etienne agreed as continued trying to enter. [LS4]
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Senser <7> Sire of Vassily Taltos (1145). [TbN,p93]
[M]
Yasmina <7> (1133:1143) Progeny of Varshik. Waif of his sire and friend of Hannah. [JbN,p96]
[M]
Izydor ‘Anastasz’ Torenu <7> (:1145) Progeny of Irendo. Sire of Delizbieta (1302). Embraced in Constantinople. Kings of Thieves. [TbN,p95] [TC1,p84]
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Anasztaz Torenu <7> (:1172) [TC1]
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Zlatos <7> (:1752) Progeny of Durga Syn. Survived the Week of Nightmares. [NoP]
[M]
Icarus The Fool <8> Sire of Gregory (626). Alexandrian Ravnos. [CobN,p102]
[M]
Vassily Taltos <8> (age late 20s:1145) Progeny of Senser. Sire of Vladislav Taltos (1362). Diplomatic Advisor and Spy master. [TbN,p93] [TC2] [TC3]
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Delizbieta of the Dark Eyes <8> (:1302) Progeny of Izydor Torenu. [TC1,p84] [CbR-M]
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Natalia <8> (1686:1703) Friend and old lover of Ankla Hotep. [BbN,p101]
[M]
Jayakumar <8> Sire of Dr. Lawrence Mayhew (1879) and Anjelika Underwood (1975). Brahman jati.
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Vladislav <8> Sire of Shejana (1944). [CbN2]
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Khalil Ravana <maybe> Diablerised Tabitha Bauer, Jean-Paul, Mouse and Ghose in 1999. Ravana is somewhere down Hazimel’s bloodline. He holds the Hazimel ring that speaks in his head… in the quest for the Eye. [CN-R]
Young blood
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Gregory <9> (595:626) Progeny of Icarus The Fool. Akoimetia monk, embraced by am Alexandrian Ravnos, adopted by the Antonian Ventrue of Constantinople. He sponsor a young mage girl named Zoe. [CobN,p102]
[M]
Thakkur <9> Sire of Harvinder al-Cambay (1002). [VN]
[M]
Vladislav Taltos <9> (1339:1362) Progeny of Vassily Taltos. Instrument of Revenge. [TC2] [TC3] [TC4,p90]
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Callirus <9> (:1632) [CotN]
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Dr. Lawrence Mayhew <9> (:1879) Progeny of Jayakumar. Sire of Johann Matheson (1971). Brahman jati. Leader of the Grave Robbers.
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Alexi <9> Berlin. [web]
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Ghivran Dalaal <9> (:1905 ?) Sire of Sennuwy (1891). [CotN] [NoP]
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Shejana <9> (1924:1944) Progeny of Vladislav. [CbN2]
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Jacopo <9> Sire of Irena (1946). [LAbN]
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Anjelika Underwood <9> (:1975) Progeny of Jayakumar. Brahman jati. Member of the Grave Robbers.
[M]
Harvinder al-Cambay <10> (:1002) Progeny of Thakkur. Slave Trader. Reluctant about being a slaver because he yearns to travel. Chains of his wealth keep him stationary. Took to wearing the desert wardrobe to reassure those put off by his foreign features. [VN]
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Sennuwy <10> (:1891) Progeny of Ghivran Dalaal. Succubus Club promoter. Survived the Week of Nightmares. [NoP]
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Anka <10> (:1916) Antitribu [CotN]
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Irena <10> (1917:1946) Progeny of Jacopo. [LAbN]
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Cairo <10> Antitribu. Ex-Inquisitor. Les Orphelins Pack. Accused of infernalism by Mercy. [MobN] [NoP]
[M]
Gharston Roland <10> Antitribu. Lost Angels Pack. Survived the Week of Nightmares. [NoP] [MobN]
[M]
Jose Sadillo <10> Sabbat. Member of the Sabbat nomadic pack the “Crypt-Ticks”. [SHS]
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Johann Matheson <10> (:1971) Progeny of Dr. Lawrence Mayhew. Sire of Marion French (1987) and Gwendolyn Brand (1999). Brahman jati. Member of the Grave Robbers.
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Sasha <10> Sire of Devyn (1988). [KmW]
Weak blood
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Marion French <11> (:1987) Progeny of Johann Matheson. Brahman jati. Member of the Grave Robbers. Was taught by her mortal father to shoot before she was 12, and fight by 16. joined the army after high school and went to a university on a GI bill. While there, hired herself out as a bodyguard to make more $. Her life changed the night Johann Matheson hired her. She’s not a killing machine…but quite competent.
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Devyn <11> (1965:1988) Progeny of Sasha. Antitribu. He is an alastor. [KmW]
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Jack Zukowski <11> Sire of Zip (1995). [NoP]
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Jack Hooker <11> Antitribu. [UBRM]
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Gwendolyn Brand <11> (:1999) Progeny of Johann Matheson. Brahman jati. Member of the Grave Robbers.
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Zip, a.k.a. Kevin Thomas <12> (:1995) Progeny of Jack Zukowski. Survived the Week of Nightmares. [NoP]
Unknown generation
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Aleksandr <?> [GttS]
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Zander <?> [GttS]
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Raj <?> [SHRev] [GttS]
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Amril Donescu <?> [Pariah]
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Bozzi <?> [AC,p43]
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Ghose <?> (1999) Diablerised by Khalil Ravana. [CN-R]
[F]
Mary Tinker, aka Madama Alexandria <?> (
1999) Gypsy Queen of New York. Probably killed by the Sabbat. [CN-R]
[M]
Andreas <?> (+1999) Killed by Mary Tinker during the Week of Nightmares. [CN-R]
[M]
Ivan Krentsjenko <?>

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