Christopher is Marcel Guilbeau's prime example of the dictum, "The qualities of our clan are not inherent in our blood." Marcel Embraced the young man in hopes of grooming him to help run Baton Rouge once he reclaimed it from Lawrence Meeks, and perhaps …
One of the most well-known Kindred in all of New Orleans is also the one with the least active interest in the Byzantine power struggles at work. Indeed, this independent spirit has earned for himself no small measure of respect (albeit grudging, on some …
Hercule "Monty" Lestrange
Monty doesn't share where he was before his Embrace, but the look is there on his face, in the deep lines unbecoming of a man who should be so young.
It took years, ages for the story to spread. The Kindred are understandably nervous about tight- …
George Vernon Smith
George Smith arrived in New Orleans during the War Between the States, as it was called at the time. He didn’t end up making his permanent residence in the Crescent City until after the war ended, but while it was ongoing he was often seen coming and …