An acquaintance of Robert Pedder, Robinson was invited to Hong Kong around the turn of the century. Originally a strong ally of Pedder, Robinson had a growing fascination with chinese culture, learning cantonese, collecting porcelains and making friends among the local intelligentsia. Pedder tolerated this, even allowing Robinson to Embrace some of them. During Mao's revolution, Robinson chose Communism, putting a strain on their relationship.
In 1960, Robinson publically called for revolution against the authorities, being they Kindred or Kine. Pedder offered him a choice: Exile or Final Death. Robinson left for Macau, but returned in 1967. Embracing as many chinese refugees as he could, Robinson sought to create an army of the Kindred proletariat. Pedder answered by issuing a Blood Hunt, which destroyed Robinson and leavin numerous of his clanless childer behind.
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