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  • Lamech

    By the time of the American Civil War Lamech was already considered an elder and was a known resident of New Orleans. It was this status that allowed him to embrace his only known childe without prior permission, or repercussion. That childe was [[: …

  • Chastity

    Chastity was embraced very recently, likely sometime around 2005 but has been an active figure in New Orleans for at least a decade before that. It's no secret that at one time Chastity was a mage and in fact Chastity talks freely on the subject and the …

  • Brent Mccarron

    As a child he was picked on and bullied. It never really got to him to much, just annoying that he always had to give money or answers to bullies just get through a hallway. As he went through school he would think of smart ways to past bullies, things as …

  • Claire Weatherly

    One of Claire's favorite movies is The Mummy, which is where her one of her favorite pieces of dialog comes from: Evelyn: "Look, I… I may not be an explorer, or an adventurer, or a treasure-seeker, or a gunfighter, Mr. O’Connell, but I am proud of what …

  • Marcel

    *Sire:* [[:jeannine-1|Jeannine]] Marcel was embraced in 1784 and was the primary reason his sire was ejected from the city. He left with a strong desire for revenge and a growing Hatred of [[:alejandro-1|Alejandro]]. In 1855 he returned to the …

  • Alejandro

    Alejandro was the first known Kindred in the region, arriving in 1727, and helped to form the framework of what would become New Orleans Kindred Society. He was deposed is 1871 by [[Marcel]] but regained the position of Prince of Greater New Orleans in …

  • Jeremy Renner

    Formally socially awkward, Jeremy Renner found his niche in college, and that niche was roleplaying games. He'd dabbled in gaming in high school, but lacked a dedicated base from which to expand beyond standard sword and sorcery dungeon crawls. In fact …

  • Carina

    Carina was the childe of [[:alejandro-1|Alejandro]] and was embraced sometime in the mid eighteen thirties. She managed to avoid her sire's fate by remaining neutral during [[:marcel-1|Marcel's]] power play. She remained an active but reserved member …

  • Miranda

    Miranda was a patron of the Arts in New Orleans for much of it's formative years. Unfortunately her love of Opera and disdain for those of lower income means she saw little love for new music and few other Toreador would cross her as she set the tone for …

  • Marie Laveau

    During her life She became the most famous and powerful Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. She was respected and feared by all. Voodoo in New Orleans was a blend of West African religion and Catholicism. Voodoo deities are called Loas and they are closely …