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The Plague-Bride, also known as the Typhoid Mary and Crazy Jane in the Modern Nights, is a legendary Methuselah of the Malkavians, the handmaiden of Malkav himself, who soothed him in his fervors and cooled his forehead.
This characters real name is long forgotten, but some of the more insane among the Clan believe that it sounds Sumerian. Clan legend claims that Malkav tried to preserve something within her when he gave her the embrace (that maybe he saw something of his deceased sire Zillah in this sweet woman), but the spark was extinguished by his blood and Malkav withdrew from her, deeply disappointed.
The Plague-Bride is also counted among the Coronati, those of Malkav's childer who devoured the vitae-laced earth where Malkav was renderd apart during the uprising of the Third Generation - in order to preserve him and spread his madness. The Plague-Bride, still captivated with the memory of her dead sire and lover, sought to share it with all of humanity, infecting them with madness and trying to figure out why her sire abandoned her.
She is rumored to still walk the Earth, albeit under different aliases; Typhoid Mary, Crazy Jane, Jane Pennington being some of the most recent appearences.
As Crazy JaneEdit
Jane Pennington is revered as a messianic figure among some Malkavians, who aids them in accepting their curse. Allegedly sent into an asylum in England during the 17th-century, Jane Pennington received the Embrace from a cruel Malkavian who ruled the asylum. She managed to dethrone her sire and turn the asylum into a haven for her kind, only to be attacked by Ventrue who feared her. The Blue Bloods claim to have destroyed her, but Malkavians under extreme duress sometimes claim to have seen her. These figures also claim that Pennington acted as the muse of Edgar Allan Poe.