Dr. Raoul King is the rebellious progeny of the scholar Lord Ashton. Like his sire, he is a storyteller.
After he had graduated in Journalism on the University of Minnesota, he worked on a book about the Rom and their culture and even accomapined a kumpania near Liverpool. As King was always fond of the ideas of revolution and bringing the higher powers down, he participated in the riot at the Democratic Convention in Chicago, where his sire noticed him and gave him the Embrace.
By now, King works against what he perceives a corrupt system, although he did not joined the Anarchs, instead wanting to point out flaws of the Camarilla by uncovering and publishing incidents in a similar manner to his job as a mortal. He isn't very fond of academic style, instead he prefers presenting his works in colloquial terms. King is also fond of using environmentalists as herd and usually uses them as cover for his activities. He maintains some ties to the wandering Rom families.