Henry Taylor (1978)
He lived originally in Chicago, until his father was transferred to another employment in New York. Alone and cut off from his friends, Walter Johnson fell with some very bad people, joining in with the gang life. His natural leadership qualities allowed him to assume control of the gang very quickly and he managed to drive off several other competitors. When Walter came into contact with the teachings of Elijah Mohammed, he became a fanatical Black Moslem, even changing his name to Mohammed to reflect this. The Sabbat, busy with recruiting new members for a war pack against Los Angeles, noticed him and gave him the Embrace. Mohammed's fanaticm found a new ventil in the Sabbat and he changed his last name into al-Muthlim to celebrate his abandonment of his humanity.
When the siege began and Mohammed realized that he was going to lose, he quickly changed sides, slaughtering his pack alongside the frenzied Anarchs. After the siege, he aided as many Sabbat possibly to escape from L.A, all the while claiming to be an Anarch himself. Scheming to conquer the Free States from within and vying for the archbishopric over the city, he made his own "gang", named the Crypt's Sons, in order to expand his territory within the Free States.
One of Salvador Garcia's conditions for supporting the Kuei-jin were that the Cathayans would deal with the Crypt's Sons and al-Muthlim. The Cathayans happily obliged and killed al-Muthlim and his pack.
Apparent Age: Mid 20′s
Physical: Strength 3, Dexterity 4, Stamina 2
Social: Charisma 4, Manipulation 5, Appearance 3
Mental: Perception 2, Intelligence 4, Wits 4
Talents: Alertness 4, Brawl 2, Dodge 2, Empathy 3, Intimidation 3, Leadership 4, Streetwise 4, Subterfuge 5
Skills: Firearms 3, Melee 3, Performance (Acting) 3, Security 2, Stealth 3
Knowledges: Finance 2, Investigation 2, Law 2, Occult 4, Politics 2
Disciplines: Celerity 1, Dementation 1, Dominate 4, Obfuscate 1, Obtenebration 4, Potence 2, Presence 2, Protean 2, Vicissitude 3
Backgrounds: Contacts 3, Herd 5, Influence 1, Resources 4, Retainers 5, Status 4
Virtues: Callousness 4, Instinct 4, Morale 3
Morality: Path of Power and the Inner Voice 7
Los Angeles by Night, p. 95