Adelais Seyrès

Golden apple with a hollow core


“The ‘woman’ is a monster that would fit in well in a period piece circa an 1860 plantation alongside her blustering and equally cruel paramour. They’re brutality hiding behind civility, corruption under a coat of paint, and poison covered up by too much sugar in the sweet tea. She loves to lord over others, loves to stand aloof. But I’m not sure what exactly she stands for, except an ideal that even I can admit died about a hundred years ago for most of the world: master and slave.”
Caroline Malveaux

“Adelais Seyres is lovely enough, having been Embraced in the full bloom of youth with a clinical perfection I always admired by her (then) gifted sire. Combined with her razor-sharp mind and equally dangerous tongue, she could have accomplished a great deal in her Requiem had she been so inclined. Instead she chose an existence of mediocrity and spends the bulk of her nights engaged in meaningless posturing in Elysium, climbing a ladder to nowhere in search of a social plateau.”
Jonathan North

“Darling, don’t be mad. I don’t make the rules. I just read them to those too scared to play the game.”
—Adelais Seyrès


Physical Profile

Adelais prides herself on flawless presentation. To that end, she is rarely seen when she doesn’t want to be. She frequents Elysium in high fashions that favor structure and form over comfort and function. She is often seen in black, white, and gray which underlines her shrewd and pedantic persona. To those within her covenant, she is an astute, fastidious pillar of the First Estate. To those without, she is an aloof, over-scrupulous testament to the convolution the Unconquered revere. To her, she is both. Some dismiss her jaded air simply as a reflection of her sire’s malaise but others whisper something more sinister festers within her that even keeps Pearl at a dubious distance.



  • Unknown sire
    • Pearl Chastain (e. centuries ago)
      • Accou Poincaré (e. mid 18th century)
      • Barthélemy Lafon (e. early 19th century, d. 2005)
      • Adelais Seyrès (e. late 19th century)


• Childe of Pearl Chastain


Accou Poincaré (e. mid 18th century)
Bruno Courtet (e. late 18th century, d. 1922)
Barthélemy Lafon (e. early 19th century, d. 2005)


• None known

Adelais Seyrès

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