Célèste Lamontagne is a Country Gangrel of the 9th generation. A member of The Navigators Pack, she is one of the very few Cainites who have a friendly relationship with a Lupine. Célèste is a feral beauty. Tall, muscular and always ready to burst into action. She bears the marks of multiple frenzies, including pointed ears and eyes that reflect light.
Célèste was a wildlife expert who was Embraced by a Gangrel because of her almost religious appreciation for nature. A dedicated Harmonist, Célèste believes Cainites should accept their natural place as predators and not kingmakers.
In 1983 she befriended some Sabbat in Montreal, whose philosophies jibed with hers. Célèste has become extremely loyal to them and is fond of wrecking Camarilla plans. She feels trapped in the city and spends much of her time roaming between the forests of Quebec, Ontario and New York State.
She has allies among the Country Gangrel and clashed with the Camarilla Gangrel. She is also friendly with many Werewolves. During her last excursion in Garou territory she shared a night of passion with her Lupine guide, Jeremy Swiftrunner. When Célèste emerged from the ground the next night, Jeremy was gone and the scent of shame hung in the air.
Célèste gained some followers as leader of the alternative band Wyldchylde.
Sire: Frère Marc
Apparent Age: Mid 20′s
Physical: Strength 4, Dexterity 5, Stamina 4
Social: Charisma 3, Manipulation 3, Appearance 4
Mental: Perception 3, Intelligence 3, Wits 4
Talents: Alertness 4, Athletics 4, Brawl 4, Dodge 4, Empathy 4, Intimidation 3, Streetwise 2
Skills: Animal Ken 4, Blind Fighting 3, Herbalism 3, Meditation 4, Melee 2, Performance (Music, Singing) 4, Seamanship 3, Security 3, Stealth 4, Survival (Tracking) 5
Knowledges: Area Knowledge (Montreal Forests) 4, Linguistics 2, Lupine Lore 4, Medicine 3, Spirit Lore 1
Disciplines: Animalism 4, Celerity 2, Fortitude 3, Potence 2, Protean 5
Backgrounds: Allies 3, Contacts 3, Sabbat Status 1
Virtues: Callousness 2, Instincts 5, Morale 4
Morality: Path of Harmony 8
Montreal by Night, p. 81-82