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  • Augusto Vidal

    _Augusto Vidal is almost certainly not the name he was born with, but it was all so long ago. Some say he was a petty Castilian noble, an_ infanzone _who married into greatness. Some say he was the fifth son of an already great line whose only hope for …

  • Coco Duquette

    Although Coco Duquette came of age during the height of France's _ancien régime_, she considers herself a child of the 21st century. Born the fourth daughter of a poverty-stricken family with too many mouths to feed, Coco was twelve when she joined the …

  • Karl Schrekt

    Karl Schrekt is the current Justicar for Clan Tremere. Little is known of him by the Kindred of New Orleans save that Kriemhold von Habsburg serves as one of his Archons, and that he is even older and less merciful than that fearsome elder. Schrekt …

  • Antoine Savoy

    Relative to Kindred such as Augusto Vidal and Pearl Chastain, Antoine Savoy is at once a newcomer to the Crescent City and one of its oldest residents. A Frenchman Embraced by Maria Pascual during the reign of Louis XIV, Savoy learned much of courtly …

  • Baylor

    Baylor was the Justicar for Clan Ventrue during the American Civil War. Little is known of his past, save that he was Embraced long ago and reigned as one of the Barons of Avalon (a position roughly equivalent to Prince) in England during the Middle Ages. …

  • Miss Opal

    Miss Opal--she goes by no other name--is the self-appointed conscience of Prince Vidal's court. A former slave Embraced during the 18th century, she first gained real status during Reconstruction, when she led a campaign to make sure that the Nosferatu …

  • Baron Cimitiere

    Perhaps the most enigmatic figure in New Orleans, Baron Cimitiere is a savior to some, a threat to others, and a mystery to all. This strange Kindred arrived in the city in 1799, having left Haiti during the revolt against French colonial occupation. Of …

  • Esperanza Lucifer

    Few Kindred are renowned beyond the limits of the city in which they have made their haven. The interests of the Damned are almost universally personal and rarely furthered by activity that exceeds the geographic boundary of …