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A Prince is a vampire who has claimed leadership over a Domain, usually a single city. They possess the authority of an Elder as described in the Traditions.[1]

The title "prince" is primarily used to describe Camarilla vampires, while the equivalent office in the Sabbat is generally Bishop or Archbishop. While the office in modern nights is synonymous with the Camarilla, the title stretches back to the feudal structures of the Dark Ages and is occasionally used by vampires who predate the Camarilla. "Prince" is used for rulers of either gender; despite the title's patrician origins, the modern usage of the term owes more to Machiavelli than royalty, and in any case sex has little meaning for Elder vampires.

Generally, a prince is advised by a council of Primogen, Elders representing each of the major Clans of the Camarilla. The prince holds authority over unlife and Final Death by virtue of the Traditions. These rights traditionally include:

Princes delegate other offices: Scourge, Sheriff, Keeper of Elysium and any other offices specific to the city. Princes are also the primary interface with the government of the Camarilla — they are expected to assist Archons and Justicars as necessary.

The true capability and powers of a prince vary from domain to domain. Powerful princes may micromange the entire city personally, while a less capable prince may be a rubberstamp for his primogen. The Camarilla has no set policy for succession and will usually recognize the most powerful vampire who wants to claim the title of prince, however in certain cases (such as Tara of San Diego or the Lasombra elder Giangaleazzo), the Camarilla takes an active hand in the installation of a city's ruler.

References Edit

  1. Vampire: The Masquerade Rulebook Revised, p. 60

Known PrincesEdit

AfricaEdit

Principality Name Clan Generation Source(s)
Alexandria, Egypt Marcellus (Dark Ages until mid-20th century) Toreador  ? A World of Darkness Second Edition
Ionna (circa 1848-1950s) Toreador  ?
Algiers, Algeria
(Dark Ages)
Zamra Matoub (1183 until the early 15th century) Lasombra 6 Lair of the Hidden, p. 21, 45, 69-71
Cairo, Egypt Antonius (973-1406) Ventrue 5
Mukhtar Bey (since 1406) Caitiff 7
Cape Town, South Africa
(Victorian Age)
Templeton  ?  ? cMET: Vampire by Gaslight Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 187
Fez, Morocco
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Usama ibn Jabar Brujah 8 VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 66, 96-97
Marrakesh, Morocco
(Dark Ages)
Aratz Labarde (de facto Sultan) Malkavian 10 VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 68, 95
Tunis, Tunisia
(Dark Ages)
Lady Sophoniba (Sultan) Toreador 6 VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 69, 103

Asia and the Middle EastEdit

Principality Name Clan Generation Source(s)
Acre (Akko), Israel Etienne de Faubergé (nominal Prince from 1120-1213; actual Prince from 1213 to present) Ravnos (Bashirite) 7
Aden, Yemen
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Shamit ibn Yasir Toreador 8 VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 79-80, 102-103
Al-Khubar, Saudi Arabia Shaykhe Muhammad  ?  ? Mummy: The Resurrection Rulebook, p. 175
Aleppo, Syria
(Dark Ages)
Varro (one-third of the ruling triumvirate; other two members not named)  ?  ? VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 77
Antioch, Turkey
(Dark Ages)
Zarathustra (True Prince since before the time of Christ) Lasombra 5
Zakariah (nominal Prince under Zarathustra) Assamite 8
Baghdad, Iraq
(Dark Ages)
Caliph Abd al-Hadi  ?  ? VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 87
Beirut, Lebanon
(Dark Ages)
Rafqa Brujah  ? Dark Ages Europe, p. 179
Bombay, India
(Victorian Age)
Colonel Reginald Avery Brujah  ?
Calcutta, India Lord James Abernathie (until 1999) Ventrue  ?
Damascus, Syria
(Dark Ages)
Enimachia (until the rise of Islam) Toreador 5 VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 207-208
Sultan Darshuf (probably until 1201) Toreador 6 VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 193-197, 207-208
Hong Kong, China Robert Pedder (Taipan from 1842-1997) Ventrue 7
Jerusalem, Israel/Palestine Lucius Trebius Rufus (Dark Ages, since 1229) Ventrue 6
Dr. Alexander Meuser Brujah  ? Prince's Primer, p. 119-121
Macau, China
(Victorian Age)
Donatus Pessao Ventrue  ? Sunset Empires, p. 18
Nicaea, Turkey
(Dark Ages)
Anna Comnena (after 1204) Ventrue 7 Dark Ages Europe, p. 160, 162, 166, 171
Petra, Jordan Talaq (until 1999) Mortal (former Assamite)  ?
Samarkand, Uzbekistan
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Nidal (centuries ago)  ?  ? VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 93
Sultan Karim Assamite (Vizier) 8 VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 88-89, 93-94
San'a', Yemen
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Abd al-Haqq Toreador 7 VTDA: Veil of Night Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 81, 102
Sinope, Turkey
(Dark Ages)
Ramzik Malkavian  ?
Smyrna, Turkey
(Dark Ages)
Nicomedes Cappadocian  ? Dark Ages Europe, p. 167
Tokyo, Japan Haraki  ?  ? Encyclopaedia Vampirica, p. 87
Trebizond, Turkey
(Dark Ages)
Anakletos Ventrue  ? Dark Ages Europe, p. 170-171
Tripoli, Libya
(Dark Ages)
Ahmed ibn Zayyat Assamite 7
Tyre, Lebanon
(Dark Ages)
Tanith (shadow ruler since circa 800 BCE; not technically Prince) Baali 5 Dark Ages Europe, p. 176, 183-184
Nicolao (Prince under Tanith) Lasombra  ? Dark Ages Europe, p. 179, 184
Ur (in Chaldea) Anis Brujah 4 Masquerade of the Red Death Trilogy Book 1: Blood War

AustraliaEdit

Principality Name Clan Generation Source(s)
Adelaide Miranda Toreador 9
Canberra Abram (since 1927) Ventrue 6
Hobart, Tasmania Agaricus (since 1804) Malkavian  ?
Melbourne Abram (until 1879) Ventrue  ?
Montague Lytton (1879-1983) Toreador 8
Leslie "Squizzy" Taylor Brujah 7
Perth Lumley (1829-late 1980s) Tremere  ?
Sydney Abram (until 1879) Ventrue  ?
Sarrasine (informally since 1879; formally since the early 20th century) Follower of Set (posing as a Caitiff posing as a Toreador) 6
Tasmania Fenton Gangrel 6 Clanbook: Gangrel, p. 14
Woolongong, Tasmania Wid Nosferatu  ? A World of Darkness Second Edition

EuropeEdit

Principality Name Clan Generation Source(s)
Aachen, Germany Cocceius (1400-1647?) Brujah 7
Jonathan Vries van de Gheeven (in cooperation with Thomas) Nosferatu ?
Thomas (in cooperation with Jonathan Vries van de Gheeven) Gangrel 6
Adrianople, Turkey
(Dark Ages)
Marcus Licinius Ventrue  ?
Almeria, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Theoderic Neves Ventrue  ? Iberia by Night, p. 76
Amsterdam, Netherlands Johannes Castelein (Victorian Age) Ventrue  ?
Arjan Voorhies Ventrue 7 (if he is the Prince referenced in A World of Darkness p. 48)
Antwerp, Belgium
L’Enfant Perdu (Dark Ages) Malkavian  ?
Aquileia, Italy
(Dark Ages)
Titus Brutus Caesar Ventrue (lineage uncertain)  ? Dark Ages Clan Novel: Setite, p. 236-240, et al.
Athens, Greece Dionysius (Dark Ages) Cappadocian  ? Dark Ages Europe, p. 165
Peisistratos (Victorian Age) Malkavian  ?
Avignon, France
(Dark Ages)
Ogier Founion (circa 1197) Ventrue  ? The Ashen Knight, p. 70
Badajoz, Extremadura, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Tabitha al-Masri Assamite (Warrior)  ? Iberia by Night, p. 68
Balgrad (Alba Iulia), Romania
(Dark Ages)
Dragomir Basarab (circa 12th-16th centuries) Tzimisce 7 Transylvania Chronicles II: Son of the Dragon, p. 17
Bamberg, Germany
(Dark Ages)
Count Balthazar Lasombra  ? Dark Ages Clan Novel: Toreador, p. 186
Barcelona, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Ramon Vera (until 1164) Lasombra (per Iberia by Night) or Ventrue (per other sources) 7
Mireia Subira (circa 1164-1230) Lasombra (per Iberia by Night) or Ventrue (per other sources) 8
Belfast, Ireland
(Victorian Age)
Caitlin O'Shae (rules jointly with Milesius) Ventrue  ?
Milesius (rules jointly with Caitlin O'Shae) Nosferatu  ?
Bergen, Norway Almaric Trevelyan (Dark Ages, until 1204) Lasombra  ? Dark Ages Europe, p. 149
Herman Radov (Dark Ages, since 1204) Ventrue 8 Dark Ages Europe, p. 144, 149
Rosenkrantz the Younger Ventrue 7 (or 8?) Gehenna, p. 135
Berlin, Germany Ilse Reinegger (1244 until ~1400s) Ventrue 5
Gustav Breidenstein (Prince of Berlin until WWII; Prince of East Berlin from post-WWII to the late 1990s) Ventrue 5 (Embraced at 6)
Wilhelm Waldburg (Prince of West Berlin after WWII; Prince of all of Berlin since the late 1990s) Ventrue 6
Kleist (possibly Peter Kleist)  ?  ? Gehenna: The Final Night, p. 222
Bern, Switzerland
(Victorian Age)
Purissimma Geiss Ventrue  ? Victorian Age: Vampire Rulebook, p. 146
Béziers, France
(Dark Ages)
Eon de l'Etoile Ventrue  ?
Birmingham, England Wallace
(Note: Wallace is only named as "Prince of Birmingham", which could instead refer to Birmingham, Alabama)
 ?  ?
Bistritz (Bistria), Hungary
(Dark Ages)
Radu Bistri (Voivode until 1470) Tzimisce 7
Bordeaux, France
(Dark Ages)
Gerard le Vieux (Baron) Toreador 8
Brussels, Belgium
Camille Duchesne (Victorian Age) Ventrue  ?
Nikolaus Vermeulen Nosferatu 7
Budapest, Hungary Vencel Rikard (Dark Ages to Victorian Age) Ventrue 7
Laszlo Martonyi Ventrue  ? Guide to the Anarchs, p. 106
Cadiz, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Haroun Lasombra  ? Iberia by Night, p. 71
Caernarvon, Wales
(Dark Ages)
Trowbridge  ?  ? Spoils of War, p. 60-61
Cahors, France
(Dark Ages)
Bishop Ranulph Longsword Toreador 7 Dark Ages Europe, p. 10
Canterbury, England
(Dark Ages)
Bishop Cerdic (until 1012) Toreador  ? Dark Ages Europe, p. 13
Archbishop Adrian Toreador 8
Cardiff, Wales William Biltmore (1855-1890; "Prince of South Wales") Malkavian 6
Ows ap Gwian (Victorian Age) Ventrue  ?
Carlisle, England
(Dark Ages)
Nathaniel (Baron) Brujah 6
Champtocé, France
(Dark Ages)
Roland  ?  ? The Long Night, p. 5-7
Chartres, Blois, France
(Dark Ages)
Queen Isouda de Blaise Toreador 7
Chester, England Marcus Verus (Baron, Dark Ages to Victorian Age) Ventrue 5
Christiania, Norway
(Victorian Age)
Agnethe Sannrste Ventrue  ? Victorian Age: Vampire Rulebook, p. 150
Coimbra, Portugal (Dark Ages) Guillermo/Guilherme Brujah 9 Dark Ages Europe, p. 80, 93
Cologne, Germany
(Dark Ages)
Giselher Ventrue 7 Dark Ages Europe, p. 59, 65-66
Compostela, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Reinaldo de Rubio
(also spelled Reynaldo de Rubio)
Lasombra 8
Connacht, Ireland
(Dark Ages)
Rory of Kerry  ?  ? DAV: Dark Ages: British Isles Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 94
Copenhagen, Denmark Frederick (circa 1201) Ventrue  ?
Fortinbras (Dark Ages, since 1224) Ventrue 8 Dark Ages Europe, p. 144, 147
Rutor (time frame uncertain) Tremere 7 The Red Sign, p. 99
Arminta Jorgensdatter (Victorian Age) Ventrue  ? Victorian Age: Vampire Rulebook, p. 148
Cordoba, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Hilel al-Masari (since 711; also spelled Hilel al-Masaari) Assamite (Warrior) 6
Corinth, Greece Evarchus (during the Peloponnesian War) Ventrue  ? Clanbook: Ventrue Revised, p. 15
Periander (Dark Ages) Brujah  ? Dark Ages Europe, p. 165
Cork, Ireland Hector (Lord, during the Dark Ages)  ?  ?
Brigd ni Dhomniall Brujah  ? Prince's Primer, p. 100
Cornwall, England
(Dark Ages)
Hugh (Baron) Ventrue  ? DAV: Dark Ages: British Isles Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 90
Cyprus
(Dark Ages)
Nehemiah True Brujah (believed to only be Brujah) 6
Darmstadt, Germany Arn von der Rosenhöhe (…....-1848) Ventrue 8
Friedrich I. (1848-1998) Ventrue 6

Arn von der Rosenhöhe (1998-present)

Ventrue 8
Deva, Romania Ansen (nominal prince, circa 1680) Baali 9 Transylvania Chronicles III: Ill Omens, p. 36
Dax, France
(Dark Ages)
Clodauuiua (circa 1006) Lasombra  ? Iberia by Night, p. 127
Dublin, Ireland
(Dark Ages)
Edward de Warene (Lord) Ventrue 7
Durazzo, Albania
(Dark Ages)
Herleva (circa 1230) Brujah 8
Edinburgh, Scotland Robert of Edinburgh (Baron in the Dark Ages) Toreador  ?
Lady Besse Dancort (Victorian Age) Toreador  ?
Angus (Victorian Age)  ?  ? Victorian Age: Vampire Companion, p. 133
Esztergom, Hungary
(Dark Ages)
Geza Arpad (also Archbishop) Ventrue 7
Florence, Italy
(Dark Ages)
Alanus (until 1164)  ?  ? Three Pillars, p. 144
Anicius the Golden (Rival Prince, 1164-1258; sole prince afterwards) Lasombra 8
Panfilio the Cruel (Rival Prince, 1164-1258) Lasombra 8
Frankfurt/Main, Germany Julia Antasia (de facto Prince circa 1230) Ventrue 5

Vinzenz von Stalburg (1530-1600)

Ventrue 6
Friedrich I. (1600-1806) Ventrue 6
Cecille (Inanna) (1806-1816) Toreador (Malkavian) 4
Girona, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Harpalion Cappadocian  ? Iberia by Night, p. 47
Gloucester, England
(Dark Ages)
Seren (Baroness) Malkavian 7
Gotland, Sweden
(Dark Ages)
Erland Brujah 9 Dark Ages Europe, p. 144, 150
Granada, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Badr Lasombra 8
Gwynedd, Wales
(Dark Ages)
Rhodry ap Geraint ap Mithras (Baron) Ventrue 6
Hamburg, Germany
(Dark Ages)
Midian (since 1054) Malkavian  ?
Julia Antasia (erroneous reference; is actually Prince of Frankfurt) Ventrue 5
Hanau, Germany Wolfgang Hobb (…....-1848) Brujah 10
Friedrich I. (1848-1998) Ventrue 6
Ulf vom Berg (1998-present) Ventrue 7
Helsinki, Finland
(Victorian Age)
Tuomo-Markus Sampsa  ?  ? Victorian Age: Vampire Rulebook, p. 150
Hermanstadt, Hungary
(Dark Ages)
Marusca (until the early 15th century) Nosferatu 8
Otto (1450 until impersonated by Ruxandra) Ventrue  ?
Ruxandra (while impersonating Otto, until exposed around the 16th century) Nosferatu 9
Huelva, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Laila Lasombra  ? Iberia by Night, p. 69
Istanbul, Turkey (modern)
Constantinople (Dark Ages)
Michael the Patriarch (326-1204) Toreador 4
Antonius the Gaul (as part of the Triumvirate, 326-796) Ventrue 4
The Dracon (as part of the Triumvirate, 326-888) Tzimisce 4
Alfonso (also spelled Alfonzo; circa 1206-1230) Lasombra 7
John Paleologus (also spelled Johann Paleologus) Tzimisce  ?
Mustafa Ventrue  ?
Italica, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Aliyyah Cappadocian 8 Iberia by Night, p. 102
Jaen, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Mane Henriques (1085-1226) Toreador 8 Iberia by Night, p. 122, 124-126
Jonkoping, Sweden Roos Malkavian  ? Gehenna, p. 140
Kent, England Nicholas  ?  ? Gehenna: The Final Night, p. 219
Kerev
(Dark Ages; possibly meant as a reference to Kirov, Russia, or to Kiev, below)
Jerek Slobodny Ventrue  ? Spoils of War, p. 69
Kiev, Ukraine
(Dark Ages)
Darvag Grozny (de facto Prince) Tzimisce 6 (formerly 7)
Klausenburg (Napoca), Hungary
(Dark Ages)
Mitru (until 1397) Gangrel 7
Krakow, Poland
(Dark Ages)
Razkoljna Tzimisce 6
Lerida, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Anchel de Melgarejo Lasombra  ? Iberia by Night, p. 41
Liechtenstein Guillaume (until 1999) Brujah 5 Guide to the Anarchs, p. 108, 115
Vera (since 1999) Brujah 6 Guide to the Anarchs, p. 108, 115
Lincoln, England
(Dark Ages)
Stephen (Baron) Ventrue 5
Lisbon, Portugal Macario (Dark Ages) Brujah 8
Eugenio Vicente de Olispio (Victorian Age) Toreador  ? Victorian Age: Vampire Rulebook, p. 141
London, England Mithras (Prince, 71-410; ruler of the Baronies of Avalon, 1085-1941) Ventrue 4
Valerius (acting Prince-regent, 1798 to 1885) Ventrue 7
Fagin/Rathe Haversham (self-professed "Prince of East End" during the Victorian Age) Nosferatu 9
Lady Anne Bowesley ("Queen Anne"; active Prince since WWII, formally recognized since the mid-1990s) Ventrue 6 (8 when Embraced)
Lucena, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Rafiq ibn Haroun Lasombra  ? Iberia by Night, p. 73
Luxembourg Corrie Tinbergen Brujah 7
Lucena, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Rafiq ibn Haroun Lasombra  ? Iberia by Night, p. 73
Magdeburg, Germany
(Dark Ages)
Cedric (until 1188) Brujah  ?
Jurgen (1188-1271) Ventrue 6
Sister Lucretia von Hartz (name also spelled Lucretia von Hardtz and Lucretia von Harz; as "Brother Christof", acting Prince during 1232) Ventrue 9 Dark Ages Clan Novel: Ventrue, p. 19-22
Malaga, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Coman Brujah  ? Iberia by Night, p. 74
Malta Don Antonio Cardona (since the 15th century) Ventrue  ?
Manchester, England
(Victorian Age)
Charles Shawlands (Baron) Ventrue 7 London by Night, p. 71, 108-110, 123
Marseille, France Demetrius (circa 1st century BCE) Ventrue  ? Clanbook: Ventrue Revised, p. 21
"Saint" Regis (Dark Ages) Toreador 8
Bourdona (modern) Tremere 7 Montreal by Night
Mediasch, Hungary Nova Arpad (circa 1150-1190, and 1197 to mid-19th century) Ventrue 7
Ruxandra (while impersonating Nova Arpad circa 1190-1197) Nosferatu 9
Milan, Italy Giangaleazzo (until the Anarch Revolt, then again since 1997) Lasombra 7
Munich, Germany Ritter  ?  ? Archons & Templars, p. 34
Murcia, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Yasar al-Nahan (until 1172) Nosferatu  ? Iberia by Night, p. 77
Omar al-Aziz (Sultan since 1172) Lasombra  ?
Negroponte, Greece
(Dark Ages)
Tommaso Brexiano Lasombra 8 Dark Ages Europe, p. 98, 117-118
New Lacadaemonia, Greece
(Dark Ages)
Hektor Brujah 7
Niebla, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Abraham Lasombra  ? Iberia by Night, p. 70
Norwich, England
(Dark Ages)
Michael (Baron until 1227; Barony vacant until at least 1230)  ?  ? Dark Ages Europe, p. 23
Deacon Aelfred Toreador 8 Dark Ages Europe, p. 10
Oradea, Romania
(Dark Ages)
Symeon (circa 1232 until the Anarch Revolt) Tzimisce 6 Dark Ages Clan Novel: Tzimisce, p. 73, et al.
Orleans, France
(Dark Ages)
Olderic (circa 1210)  ?  ? Dark Ages Clan Novel: Ravnos, p. 86-92, 109
Orvieto, Italy
(Dark Ages)
Marco (until 1194) Brujah  ? Three Pillars, p. 136
Gaius Orsini (consigliere) Nosferatu  ? Three Pillars, p. 136
Oviedo, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Marbuena Ventrue  ? Iberia by Night, p. 54-55, 128
Palma, Mallorca, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Jasmin of Palma (nominal Sultan of the Balearic Isles) Assamite (sorceress)  ? Iberia by Night, p. 81
Pamplona, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Roque (since ~812) Malkavian 6
Paris, France Alexander (until 1222 or 1223) Ventrue 4
Countess Saviarre d'Auvergne (Queen and co-ruler with Alexander, early 11th century to 1222 or 1223) Ventrue  ?
Geoffroi du Temple (Geoffrey le Croisé) (since 1222 or 1223) Ventrue 5
Matriarch Salianna (Dark Ages; Queen and co-ruler with Geoffrey) Toreador 5
Beatrix (until 1789?) Toreador  ? World of Darkness: France
Francois Villon (putative "Prince of France"; since at least 1666 per Giovanni Chronicles II) Toreador 5
Pau, France
(Dark Ages)
Henri Beaucaire (circa 1006) Ventrue 6 Iberia by Night, p. 127-128
Phillippopolis, Bulgaria
(Dark Ages)
George  ?  ? Dark Ages Clan Novel: Setite, p. 62
Poitiers, Poitou, France
(Dark Ages)
King (or "Queen") Etienne Toreador 5
Powys, Wales
(Dark Ages)
Dafydd ap Bindusarra Ventrue 7 DAV: Dark Ages: British Isles Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 95-96
Prague, Czech Republic Rudolf Brandl (until 1199) Ventrue 8
Josef Zvi (1199-1930s) Nosferatu 7
Vasily (until 1998) Toreador  ?
Carlak (since 1998) Brujah 8
Ravenna, Italy Livia da Ravenna (Dark Ages) Ventrue 7
Alessio Rinaldi, the Peacock Prince Malkavian 8 Clanbook: Malkavian Revised, p. 96-97
Reykjavik, Iceland Smilla Grimsson Toreador  ? Guide to the Anarchs, p. 113
Riviera Guilbeau  ?  ? VTM: Time of Thin Blood (book) Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 124
Rochester, England
(Dark Ages)
Harold the Bearded Ventrue 7
Rome, Italy Collat (Ancient Rome) Ventrue 5
Camilla (Ancient Rome) Ventrue 5
Constantius (until 1229) Lasombra  ?
St. Petersburg, Russia Evgeniya Bezuevaia (Victorian Age) Ventrue  ?
Nikolai (since 1990) Brujah 8
Sarmizgetusa, Dacia Damek Ruthven (Voivode, circa 1st millennium to 1232) Tzimisce 5
Sevilla, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Sultan Gerushah bint Yoav
(also spelled Gerusah bint Yoav)
Brujah (or Lasombra?) 7
Sicily Montano (Dark Ages) Lasombra 4
Don Caravelli Brujah 6 A World of Darkness p. 52
Siena, Italy
(Dark Ages)
Henricus Germanus (first became prince between 1197 and 1230) Ventrue 8
Silves, Portugal
(Dark Ages)
Farouk ibn Omar (until roughly 1151) Lasombra possibly 5 Iberia by Night, p. 69
Muhammad ibn Farouk (Sultan circa 1151-1230) Baali (masquerading as Lasombra) 6
Sofia, Bulgaria
(Dark Ages)
Basilio the Elder (circa 1197-1204) Lasombra 7
Bela Rusenko (circa 1204-1230) Cappadocian 7
Southampton, England
(circa 1493)
Father Samuel Toreador 7 Transylvania Chronicles II: Son of the Dragon, p. 59-61, 96
Spalato (Split), Dalmatia
(Victorian Age)
Ignatius Jacobi Lasombra  ? Dark Ages Clan Novel: Setite, p. 172-175, et al.
Sredetz, Bulgaria
(Dark Ages; these are erroneous references that should instead refer to Sofia, unless Sredetz is ruled by the Prince of Sofia)
Basilio the Elder Lasombra 7 Dark Ages Clan Novel: Tzimisce, p. 160, 165
Bela Rusenko Cappadocian 7 Dark Ages Clan Novel: Tzimisce, p. 153-160
Stockholm, Sweden
(Victorian Age)
Olav Wiklund  ?  ?
Strasbourg, France Marconius Kiasyd possibly 5
Syracuse, Sicily Alchias (until 146 BCE) Malkavian  ? Clanbook: Ventrue Revised, p. 18-19
Szczecin, Poland Elica Tzimisce 6 A World of Darkness Second Edition, p. 80
Thessalonica, Greece
(Dark Ages)
Thibald (circa 1206) Ventrue  ? Dark Ages Clan Novel: Setite, p. 138-142
Natalya Svyatoslav (in or after 1230) Brujah 7
Toledo, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Tercio Bravo (before 1212) Lasombra  ?
Elieser de Polanco (circa 1212-1230) Lasombra  ?
Toulouse, France
(Dark Ages)
Queen Esclarmonde the Black (Esclarmonde la Noire) Toreador 7
Tregaron, Wales
(Dark Ages)
Rhys  ?  ? DAV: Dark Ages: British Isles Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 95
Trondheim, Norway
(Dark Ages)
Dorsteinn (de facto Prince) Tzimisce 8 Players Guide to High Clans, p. 226-227
Troyes, Champagne, France
(Dark Ages)
Helene La Juste Toreador 6
Tudela, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Fulgencio d'Idalia Lasombra 7 Iberia by Night, p. 57
Uilidh, Ireland
(Dark Ages)
Baroness Eileen Brujah  ? DAV: Dark Ages: British Isles Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 94
Ulster, Ireland Milesius  ?  ?
Uppsala, Sweden
(Dark Ages)
Werter (de facto Prince) Gangrel 7
Valencia, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Volaginius Tatian (circa 615-910) Toreador 7 Iberia by Night, p. 125-126
Sultan Abdullah the Wise (circa 1095-1146) Malkavian  ?
Sultan Abu al-Filani (since 1146) Lasombra  ?
Venice, Italy
(Dark Ages)
Narses (660-1213) Lasombra 6
Guilelmo Aliprando (since 1215) Lasombra 7
Verona, Italy
(Dark Ages)
Orso Ventrue 8 Dark Ages Europe, p. 118
Vienna, Austria Valerianus (until 1155 or 1351) Ventrue 5
Lotharius (since 1155 or 1351) Tremere 5
Leopold (circa 1897) Toreador 8 VTM: Transylvania Chronicles IV: The Dragon Ascendant Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 22-27
Warsaw, Poland Henryk Rzegotka (Victorian Age) Ventrue  ?
Hannah Buszek Toreador  ? Guide to the Anarchs, p. 110
Wiesbaden, Germany Gerhardt Sturm (…....-1848) Tremere  ?
Friedrich I. (1848-1998) Ventrue 6
Patricia von Bernstein (1998-present) Tremere 6
Winchester, England
(Dark Ages)
Roger FitzWilliam (Baron until 1227)  ?  ? Dark Ages Europe, p. 20
Queen Melusine d'Anjou (Baroness since 1227) Toreador 7
Yiaros, Greece Anushin-Rawan (since 1950s) Ventrue  ? Clanbook: Ventrue, p. 64
York, England Julian Cerialis (or Julius Cerialis) (circa 4th-5th, 9th and 11th centuries) Ventrue 5 The Ventrue Chronicle, p. 16, 19-20, 23, 48-49
Thrand (9th century until 965) Ventrue 6 The Ventrue Chronicle, p. 19-20, 49-50
John de York (Baron circa 965 to the Victorian Age) Ventrue 6
Zara, Dalmatia
(Dark Ages)
Cosimo Lucretia (until 1186) Lasombra  ? Bitter Crusade p. 13
Gari (1186-1203) Malkavian 7
Zaragoza, Spain
(Dark Ages)
Flavius Sidonius (also spelled Flavius Sidonis; Prince since the 4th century) Ventrue  ?
Zurich, Switzerland Guillaume (often said to be Prince of all Switzerland) Brujah 5

North AmericaEdit

CanadaEdit

Principality Name Clan Generation Source(s)
Kingston, Ontario Iain MacLaren (also spelled Ian MacLaren; Prince since the 1970s) Ventrue 9
Montreal, Quebec Kyle Strathcona (circa 1760s-1780s) Ventrue 8
Vancouver, British Columbia Siegfried Ventrue 7-6

Latin AmericaEdit

Principality Name Clan Generation Source(s)
Belize Arturo San Gerande Ventrue  ?
Colon, Panama Maria Genovese Donate Ventrue  ? A World of Darkness Second Edition
David, Panama Enrico Arvador Toreador  ? A World of Darkness Second Edition
Managua, Nicaragua Alicia Penobscott Ventrue  ?
Panama City, Panama Vojta Aminov  ?  ? A World of Darkness Second Edition
Veracruz, Mexico Eletria (1500s-1993) Toreador 5
Datura (since 1993) Ventrue 6 Chicago by Night Second Edition, p. 113

United StatesEdit

Principality Name Clan Generation Source(s)
Albany, New York
(called Fort Orange at the time)
Nostoket (circa mid-1600s) Nosferatu  ? New York by Night, p. 16
Atlanta, Georgia Bedelia (until 1865) Malkavian 6 Necropolis: Atlanta, p. 108-110, 113
James Benison Hodge (1865-1999) Malkavian 7
Asheville, North Carolina Nathan Van Der Brook (until 1999) Ventrue  ?
Aurora, Illinois Michael Aldrich (until 2003)  ?  ?
Baltimore, Maryland Alexander Garlotte (until 1999) Ventrue  ?
Isaac Goldwin (since 1999) Ventrue  ?
Baton Rouge, Louisiana Lawrence Meeks Nosferatu 8 New Orleans by Night, p. 61
Birmingham, Alabama Alex Silverson Malkavian 7 Storytellers Handbook to the Sabbat, p. 118
Boston, Massachusetts Madelaine Coventry (1635-1795) Tremere  ? Encyclopaedia Vampirica, p. 55
Baladin (1795-1825) Tremere  ?
Quentin King III (1825-1999) Malkavian 9-8
Boulder, Colorado Selene Arneault  ?  ? Guide to the Camarilla, p. 67
Buffalo, New York Lladislas (until 1999) Brujah  ?
Charleston, South Carolina Davis Purrel (until 1999) Toreador  ?
Chicago, Illinois Maxwell (1837-1871) Brujah 6
Lodin (1871-1993) Ventrue 6
Horatio Ballard (since 1993) Ventrue 7 Under a Blood Red Moon, p. 71
Cleveland, Ohio Boltazsar Lajos  ?  ? Clanbook: Followers of Set Revised, p. 96
Denver, Colorado Edward Williams Toreador 7 Alien Hunger
East Bay (Berkeley and Oakland), California Amanda Koller  ?  ? San Francisco by Night, p. 55
Finger Lakes Region Garrett  ?  ? Guide to the Camarilla, p. 28
Gary, Indiana Modius Toreador 7
Gloucester, Massachusetts Sir Pro Bono Malkavian 9
Houston, Texas Lucas Halton (until Gehenna) Tremere  ?
Karen Suadela (during Gehenna)  ?  ? Gehenna: The Final Night, p. 76-79, 153
Indianapolis, Indiana Jack Hanson (circa 1930s) Gangrel  ? Clanbook: Gangrel Revised, p. 31
McTiernan (circa Gehenna)  ?  ? Gehenna: The Final Night, p. 220
Iron Rapids, Michigan Marion Adrock (self-professed "Prince of all Michigan") Ventrue  ?
Las Vegas, Nevada Don Michael Antonio Giovanni (until 1996) Giovanni  ?
Benedic (since ~1950) Ventrue 8
Los Angeles, California Don Sebastian Juan Dominguez (1870-1944) Toreador 6
Sebastian LaCroix (circa 2004) Ventrue  ?
Lowell, Massachusetts Sir Sine Die Malkavian 9
Manchester, Vermont Elsa Linden (1890-1896) Toreador 7
Miami, Florida Gilbert Duane Malkavian  ?
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Terence Merik (until 1992) Ventrue 8
Mark Decker (circa 1993-2003) Gangrel 9
Minneapolis, Minnesota Elizabeth Toreador  ?
New Bedford, Massachusetts Sir Sine Qua Non Malkavian 9
New Haven, Connecticut Georgia Rowlands (until 1895) Ventrue 7 Dark Colony, p. 58-60
Upton Rowlands (since 1895) Ventrue 8 Dark Colony, p. 58-60
New Orleans, Louisiana Doran (1718-1763, 1801-1955) Ventrue  ?
Simon de Cosa (1763-1801) Brujah  ?
Marcel Guilbeau (since 1955) Ventrue 8
New York City, New York Bernhard Heyn (1669-1673) Toreador  ? New York by Night, p. 16-17
Pembroke (early 1800s to 1/1/1900; self-professed "Prince of the New World" before that) Ventrue  ? Dark Destiny, p. 239-240
Joseph Wellesley (Victorian Age; Dux Bellorum and de facto Prince) Ventrue  ?
Michaela (de facto since 1929, declared in 1980, died in 1998 or 1999) Ventrue 7
Calebros (Prince Pro Tempore, circa 1999-2001) Nosferatu 9
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Buckston Ventrue  ? The Anarch Cookbook, p. 79-80
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Isaiah van Holden (1750s)  ?  ? Counsel of Primogen, p. 17
Ann of Wessex (Victorian Age) Ventrue  ? cMET: Vampire by Gaslight Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 4-6, 194-195
Providence, Rhode Island Stanford Warwick (1900-1990s) Nosferatu  ?
Provincetown, Massachusetts Elsa Linden (since 1902) Toreador 7
Quincy, Massachusetts Sir Probus Malkavian 9
Richmond, Virginia Thatchet (until 1999) Ventrue  ?
St. Louis, Missouri Alexander Vargos (circa 1994) Ventrue 5
Jechid Del Monte Ventrue (circa 1995)  ? Prince's Primer, p. 96
San Diego, California Maria (until 1944)  ?  ? Los Angeles by Night, p. 26, 70
Tara (since 1998) Brujah 9
Shay (self-styled "Prince of El Cajon")  ?  ? Clanbook: Brujah Revised, p. 39, 96
San Francisco, California Diego Don Delfonso (1849-1859)  ?  ? Prince of the City, p. 43-76
Montelaine (1859-1877) Tremere  ? Prince of the City, p. 76-104
Cyrano (1877-1906) Tremere  ? Prince of the City, p. 105-168
Jebediah Hawthorne (Victorian Age)  ?  ? cMET: Vampire by Gaslight Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip, p. 196
Vannevar Thomas (1906-1996) Ventrue  ?
Jochen Van Nuys (circa 1996-1999) Ventrue 9
Sara Anne Winder (circa 2002) Ventrue 8 San Francisco by Night, p. 5-6, 31, 103-104, et al.
San Joaquim, Texas Samuel Travis Ventrue  ? Prince of the City
San Jose, California Allison Noyes Ventrue  ? San Francisco by Night, p. 57
Sarasota, Florida Roger Phillips Toreador  ? On a Darkling Plain, p. 4-15, et al.
Savannah, Georgia Sabert (1730s-1786) Ventrue 6 The Ventrue Chronicle, p. 103-104
Nathaniel Summerton (1786-1820) Ventrue 7 The Ventrue Chronicle, p. 104
Penelope Huxley (since 1820) Ventrue 8 The Ventrue Chronicle, p. 101-131
Seattle, Washington Romano (circa 1942-1944) Tremere  ? Blood on the Sun, p. 1-9, et al.
Anson Toreador 8
Seven Sisters Hills Madame Charlotte  ?  ? Guide to the Camarilla, p. 28
Tampa Bay, Florida Roderick Dean (until 1995) Ventrue  ? Netherworld, p. 66-67, 301-303, et al.
Malachi Jones (since 1995) Ventrue  ?
Washington, D.C. Arthur Carroll (originally Prince of Georgetown circa 1800; declared Prince of Washington during the Civil War, during which he was slain) Brujah  ?
Marissa (from American Civil War to 1968) Tremere  ?
Marcus Vitel (1968 to 1999) Lasombra (posing as Ventrue) 5
Virginia Scarlett Moon Gangrel 6 Prince of the City
Worcester, Massachusetts Sir Praxis Malkavian 9

South AmericaEdit

Principality Name Clan Generation Source(s)
Bogotá, Colombia Marcos Belegrad Toreador  ? A World of Darkness Second Edition
Buenos Aires, Argentina Alexandria Toreador 5 Clanbook: Toreador p. 68
Caracas, Venezuela Tomas Marcello Tremere 5
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Suarez (circa 1943-1994)  ?  ? Rage Across the Amazon p. 68-69
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