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Protector of the PureEdit


Anguo Chun was a member of the Chinese delegation that handed over Hong Kong to the British Empire in 1842. He was so depressed and felt personally responsible for the Emperor's humiliation that he took his own life. He was buried shamefully and arose a member of the Kuei-jin 49 days later.

He was discovered quickly and adapted well into his new life, recognizing and accepting his role of bringing Hong Kong back into the bosom of the Flame Court. He became a member of the Righteous Devils and was a diplomat and harvester.

It was Anguo who trapped and burned down the reigning Ancestor, Ghost-Killer, who had become Akuma (KOTE) indulging in loathsome sacrifices to the Yama Queen Tou Mu. Accepting the position as Hong Kong's ancestor he worked diligently to restore Hong Kong's rightful place. Chun employed Lao Chi and several mortal servants, to form a liaison with the city's Tai-pan (Prince (VTM)) Robert Pedder.

Now that Hong King has once again freed from it's shackles, the Righteous Devils have the opportunity to make their presence known and felt. He regrets the Kin-jin, or Kindred (VTM)'s, departure from the island, he would have liked to brought each of them low.

There is much work left to be done for the region to be fully excepted back into the Flame Court.

'"Chun appears in death much as he appeared in life; he dresses in the manner of a 19th century mandarin and wears his hair in the same style. His Chi balance gives hi the appearance of a calm, tempered aristocrat, neither obviously undead nor passionately mortal. Apparently in his late 40s, he carries himself with dignity and pose and never shows emotion of any sort to barbarians."' (World of Darkness: Hong Kong p.57)


Nature: Penitent

P'o Nature: The Slave

Demeanour: Caretaker

Chi Balance: Balanced

Direction: East

Dharma: Resplendent Crane 5

Physical: Strength: 3, Dexterity: 3, Stamina: 4

Social: Charisma: 5, Manipulation: 5, Appearance: 3

Mental: Perception: 4,Intelligence: 4, Wits: 4

Abilities: Alertness: 3, Bureaucracy: 5, Crafts (Lacquer ware): 2, Dodge: 2, Empathy: 4, Etiquette: 5, Finance: 1, Intimidation: 2, Law: 4, Leadership: 4, Linguistics: 5, Medicine (Herbal Cures): 4, Meditation: 3, Melee: 3, Occult: 4, Performance (Poetry): 2, Politics: 4, Stealth: 3, Subterfuge: 3

Disciplines: Black Wind: 3, Blood Shintai: 4, Equilibrium: 4, Internalize: 2, Obligation: 4, Yang Prana: 1, Yin Prana: 1

Backgrounds: Allies: 3, Contacts: 4, Horoscope: 3, Jade Talisman (Yang): 4, Resources: 4

Chi Virtues: Yin: 5, Yang: 5

Soul Virtues: Hun: 5, P'o: 5

Willpower: 8

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