Born in 1197, François attracted the attention of the methuselah, Helena, when she passed through the town of Paris looking for Menele. He was a linguistics scholar with aspirations to marry a noble heiress, and Helena gave him more than he could ever desire.
She embraced him in 1230, and François spent many of his early years of unlife at court shaping the French language. His elegant figure was especially beloved by the scheming dowager Queen Catherine de Medici in the 16th century.
When Henri of Navarre became king, François took time to visit other Kindred throughout France and the Continent, and returned as a Villon descendant during the reign of the Sun King, Louis XIV. François served as the chief lieutenant of his predecessor, Beatrix, until the time of the Revolution - when he was attacked by revolutionaries and forced to fake his death, fleeing to a safe haven in Britain for several years.
When he returned during the rise of Napoleon, Francois rallied the Toreador, reclaimed Paris and declared himself prince in the process. He looks back with pain on his time of exile and has remained in France since the late 1790s.
In the modern nights, he is one of the eldest and most influential princes of Europe. Villon's childe, Violetta, served as the Justicar of their clan for at least two centuries, from 1666 until the twilight years of the Victorian Age. Another of his childer, Calabris, was tempted by the Sabbat and infernalism before he vanished with the Midnight Circus.
Francois Villon, Prince of Paris
Demeanor: Bon Vivant
Apparent Age: Late 30′s
Physical: Strength 4, Dexterity 7, Stamina 6
Social: Charisma 8, Manipulation 8, Appearance 7
Mental: Perception 4, Intelligence 5, Wits 7
Talents: Brawl 6, Intimidation 4, Streetwise 7, Subterfuge 8
Skills: Etiquette 7, Melee 6, Performance (Music, Singing) 8, Stealth 5
Knowledges: History (Art) 7, Linguistics 6, Occult 3
Disciplines: Auspex 7, Celerity 6, Chimerstry 3, Fortitude 3, Obfuscate 3, Presence 7
Backgrounds: Allies 5, Contacts 5, Herd 4, Influence 3, Resources 5, Retainers 5, Status 7
Virtues: Conscience 2, Self-Control 3, Courage 3
Morality: Humanity 6