Ana Rita Montaña
Ana Rita believes herself to be a manifestation of the Virgin Mary, albeit a failed manifestation. Her sanity is unstable due to a terrible illness that brought on fever-induced hallucinations while she lived as a nun in a deplorable Mexican convent. She was raped by a groundskeeper while ill, but believed he was the Holy Ghost visiting her. After a pregnancy where the child was stillborn, she went from delusional to psychotic.
The other nuns feared if Ana’s condition was discovered the government would shut them down, so they dumped her into a shallow grave. It was there a Tzimisce and his dogs found her still alive and he Embraced her. She spent her early nights learning from him and the two became lovers. The two eventually parted ways with Ana still believing herself a Barren Virgin for the death of her child.
She looks like an imperfect Virgin Mary, usually wearing simple robes and a face sculpted like a timeworn statue with small minute cracks and plaster hue. Additionally, she distends her fingers to the point each is three feet in length, like a chain. Ana spends most of her time Obfuscated unless it serves her to better move among the shadows. She maintains a haven in the apartment of a defrocked mortal nun.
Ana appears before the other nuns as a divine vision and has collected a small cult of worshipers. She encourages self mortification and whips her worshipers with her flail-like fingers.
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Ana Rita Montaña, the Barren Virgin
Sire: Efraín Sortano
Apparent Age: Late 20′s
Physical: Strength 2, Dexterity 2, Stamina 2
Social: Charisma 4, Manipulation 5, Appearance 3
Mental: Perception 3, Intelligence 3, Wits 2
Talents: Alertness 1, Brawl 1, Dodge 3, Empathy 3, Fortune-Telling 2, Intimidation 1, Leadership 3, Subterfuge 2
Skills: Animal Ken 2, Crafts 1, Etiquette 2, Survival 3, Vamp 3
Knowledges: Linguistics 2 (Creole, English), Occult 4
Disciplines: Animalism 1, Auspex 3, Dominate 3, Obfuscate 3, Vicissitude 4
Backgrounds: Allies 5, Contacts 1, Herd 2, Mentor 2
Virtues: Conscience 3, Self-Control 2, Courage 4
Morality: Humanity 5
- Mexico City by Night, p. 66