Campaign of the Month: October 2017
Blood & Bourbon
Numerous thin-bloods have fallen over the decades to Vidal’s pogroms, Caitlin Meadows’ claws, and internal competition for territory within the French Quarter. Most of them aren’t remembered. Their unlives are insignificant to the Camarilla; their final deaths are equally so. What follows is a fraction of the thin-bloods to have perished within New Orleans.
2016 Final Deaths
Lineage: 14th gen. childe of unknown sire
Final Death: 2016 (17 years undead)
Status: Bourbon Sanctified 0, Camarilla 0, Thin-Bloods -
A textbook case in why not to Embrace children, Geraldine was still in kindergarten when her sire forced their vitae down her throat. She’d have likely met final death long ago if she hadn’t latched onto the Caitiff Edith Flannagan, who sees her as a surrogate daughter. Geraldine plays the role well. Some child vampires mature with age, but Geraldine hasn’t, and retains the emotional maturity and impulse control of a mortal kindergartner. She’s responsible for the deaths of no less than five of her “mother’s” ghouls and is almost certain to kill again in the future. Vidal’s partisans point towards her as an example of the French Quarter’s degeneracy. Even most of Savoy’s people think her unlife is going to come to a sad end. Some say it would be kinder to put her down (to her future victims if not to her). Edith, though, remains stubbornly proud of the fact that “her little girl” is possibly the oldest thin-blood in the city.