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Prince of Denver
A former English troubadour, Edward Williams was Embraced during the Middle Ages, amidst a bloody battle that led him to develop a strong and deeply-rooted aversion for war or any kind of social uprising. After years roaming Europe, where he kept close ties to musicians and the music world, he decided to leave for America in the early 20th century, hoping to escape the European reality of unending warfare.
In the United States, after a brief period in New York, he established himself in Denver, Colorado, then inhabited by vampire elder Don Alonzo de Vargas. Trying to avoid territorial conflict, Edward struck a deal with Don Alonzo. Together with Edward´s childe Duke, the two elders formed the Council of Denver, responsible for ruling the city, with Edward upholding the title of Prince.
Edward is a fairly paranoid Prince, but he´s not particularly violent or unfair. Although he is know to take stern and definitive action when the occasion calls for it, he´s mostly interested in keeping up the status quo and avoiding any kind of rebellion. He´s very tolerant to independent vampires, as long as they don´t stir up trouble in his city.
Edward Williams, Prince of Denver
Apparent Age: Early 30′s
Physical: Strength 2, Dexterity 4, Stamina 3
Social: Charisma 3, Manipulation 4, Appearance 3
Mental: Perception 2, Intelligence 3, Wits 3
Talents: Alertness 3, Brawl 2, Dodge 4, Leadership 4
Skills: Etiquette 3, Melee 3, Performance (Music) 6, Stealth 1, Survival 2
Knowledges: Bureaucracy 1, Finance 2, Linguistics 1, Politics 2
Disciplines: Auspex 3, Celerity 4, Fortitude 2, Presence 4
Backgrounds: Contacts 3, Herd 2, Resources 4, Retainers 3, Status 4
Virtues: Conscience 2, Self-Control 4, Courage 3
Morality: Humanity 5
- Alien Hunger, p. 40