Aristotle deLaurent (adoptive)
Beckett is a rare Gangrel: well connected and educated, he has cultivated contacts and allies around the world from the ranks of mortal and supernatural alike, though few know him well. His closest allies are his erstwhile companions Lucita and the raving prophet Anatole. His long time adversary and competitor is the Tzimisce scholar Sascha Vykos.
Known over the world for coming and going as he pleases and always appearing when "interesting" items, books, scraps or stories appear, Beckett is also notorious among Kindred scholars for his theory that the story of Cain and Abel is actually a myth, representing human civilization's move from hunter-gatherer into agricultural society. How this is connected with vampirism he is not sure, but if anyone can find the evidence and discover the truth, Beckett can.
His knowledge of ancient lore, linguistics and fighting skills is perfectly complemented by mastery of a number of Disciplines outside the usual purview of the Gangrel, and a more than passing knowledge of Thaumaturgy. His skill with the Gangrel trademark disciplines is such that he often travels like a wolf, and he was known to run the length of a football field under the scorching sun. He has cat-like red eyes with crescent shaped pupils which glow faintly. Upon closer inspection, it has not yet been observed that he possesses any other Beast Mark apart from his fanged-teeth and cat-eyes.
Numerous Vampire books including:
- The Book of Nod (commentary)
- Lay Down With Lions (Year of the Scarab Trilogy)
- Land of the Dead (Year of the Scarab Trilogy)
- Vampire the Masquerade: Beckett (Comic Book)
- The Wounded King (Victorian Age Vampire) (Contains probably the only cannon sex scene he's ever been involved in on pg. 201-205)
- Gehenna: The Final Night (Time of Judgment Trilogy)
- Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines
- Online promotional material for Vampire: The Masquerade - Redemption