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Design: Mark Rein•Hagen
Written by: Mark Rein•Hagen, Graeme Davis, Tom Dowd, Lisa Stevens, Stewart Wieck
Development: Mark Rein•Hagen, Andrew Greenberg, Stewart Wieck
Editing: Stewart Wieck, Lisa Stevens, Stephan Wieck
Design Contributors: Lisa Stevens, Chris McDonough, Josh Timbrook, Nicole Lindroos, John Brandt, Brenda Stiles, Tom Dowd, Graeme Davis, Timothy Carroll, Stephan Wieck, Travis Lamar Williams, Ben Rhoades, Aaron Voss
Art: Tim Bradstreet, Chris McDonough, Ed McKeogh, Ron Spenser, Richard Thomas, Josh Timbrook
Layout Design: Nicole Lindroos
Production: Nicole Lindroos
Cover Concept: Chris McDonough
Cover Photograph: Mark Pace
Calligrapher: Kurt Cagle
Playtesters: The Succubus Club: Josh Timbrook, Chris McDonough, Brenda Stiles, John Brandt, Nicole Lindroos, Mark Rein•Hagen, Stewart Wieck, Andrew Greenberg, Lisa Stevens, Ann Nappo, Seth Tepher, Stephan Wieck, Kelly Golden
The V-Team: Jeff Berry, Guy Wells, Gail Starr, Mark Matthews-Simmons, Christopher Lancaster, KC Lancaster
The Book of Eibon Club: Stacia M. Bannan, Timothy Carroll, Bryan A. Case, Michael Coyne, Shane D. Harsch, Steven Kaye, Edwin Nealley, Laurel Schippers, John Schippers, Robert G. Schroeder, Lowell Brandr Stouder Jr., Richard Wu, Kin Yee
The Fun Connection: Andreas Mitterlechner, Stefan Kovalovsky, Ralph Schimpl
Dedication: This game is dedicated to Vaclav Havel, Poet, Playwright, & Statesman — who was its inspiration.
A special thanks to the following: Anne Köhlhofer and Andreas Wichter for that very first Vampire game session.
The city of Gary, Indiana.
Artist Models: Skot Lee Willson, Dean Carlson, Tommy O'donnell, Clay Thompson, John Ganser, Denise Devorak, Denny DeBourbon, Joel Stinto.
Artist Models Photographer: Kevin Braasch
Publisher: White Wolf
Imprint: White Wolf
Published: 1991
Pages: 264
Year: 1991
Publication #: WW 02000
Reference #: ISBN 0-96277-906-7
PDF: DriveThruRPG.com Bullet-pdf.png

The Vampire: The Masquerade Rulebook is the first edition of the rulebook for Vampire: The Masquerade. Released in 1991, it introduces not only the Kindred but also the World of Darkness and the Storyteller System.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf catalog:

A Storytelling Game of Personal Horror
"No one holds command over me. No man. No God. No Prince. What is a claim of age for ones who are immortal? What is a claim of power for ones who defy death? Call your damnable hunt. We shall see who I drag screaming to Hell with me."
Günter Dörn, Das Ungeheuer Darin

IntroductionEdit

The beginning of the book is a letter written by "V.T." to "W.H." explaining the nature of vampires from their strengths to their weaknesses.  Though not specifically said it is implied that the author of the letter is Vlad Tepes (Count Dracula) speaking to Wilhelmina Harker.

Chapter OneEdit

This is the introduction to the World of Darkness through the eyes of the Vampire characters.  It talks about Storytelling, role playing, the Storyteller and aids.  It touches on different kinds of role playing by a brief paragraph about Live Action (LARP).  The chapter concludes with another overview of Vampires as depicted in the game itself.

Between Chapter One and Chapter Two is an excerpt from the famed Book of Nod.

Chapter TwoEdit

The Chapter covers the basic rules to playing the game. It is broken up into subsections that deal with Actions, Dice Rolling, and Game Terms.  There is an example character sheet in this section.

Chapter ThreeEdit

The chapter deals with the generation of a character and steps to take when creating one.

Chapter FourEdit

Chapter Four is the explanation of the Traits used to create characters and the story.

ClansEdit

ArchtypesEdit

Archetypes are used to determine the character's Nature and Demeanour.  They were useful in determining how a character regained Willpower during the course of a chronicle.

Architect, Bon Vivant, Bravo, Caregiver, Cavalier, Child, Conformist, Conniver, Curmudgeon, Deviant, Director, Fanatic, Gallant, Jester, Judge, Loner, Martyr, Plotter, Rebel, Survivor, Traditionalist, Visionary

AttributesEdit

Mental: Perception, Intelligence, Wits

Physical: Strength, Dexterity, Stamina

Social: Charisma, Manipulation, Appearance

AbilitiesEdit

Talents: Acting, Alertness, Athletics, Brawl, Dodge, Empathy, Intimidation, Leadership, Streetwise, Subterfuge

Skills: Animal Ken, Drive, Etiquette, Firearms, Melee, Music, Repair, Security, Stealth, Survival

Knowledge: Bureaucracy, Computer, Finance, Investigation, Law, Linguistics, Medicine, Occult, Politics, Science

DisciplinesEdit

Animalism, Auspex, Celerity, Dominate, Fortitude, Obfuscate, Potence, Presence, Protean, Thaumaturgy

BackgroundsEdit

Allies, Contacts, Fame, Generation, Herd, Influence, Mentor, Resources, Retainers, Status

VirtuesEdit

Conscience, Self Control, Courage

HumanityEdit

WillpowerEdit

Chapter FiveEdit

This chapter contains all the different ways a character can change and develop within the course of a chronicle.  It explores Experience, raising Disciplines, Backgrounds, Personality, the use of Willpower and Blood Pool, effects of Injury, explanation of Frenzy, Derangements, Humanity, Golconda, Diablerie, the Blood Bond, and Ghouls.

Chapter SixEdit

This chapter explains the mechanics of the game.  There are explanations of physical (combat), social, and mental actions.  The chapter ends with an example of play in both story form and how it would be in an actual game setting.

Chapter SevenEdit

This chapter gives more information about the Setting of the World of Darkness.  It talks about the Clans, Bloodlines, Social Distinctions, City positions like the Prince, The Traditions, Sects, a section on Generation, and Antagonists.  The Chapter ends with a Lexicon specific to the game.

Chapter EightEdit

This chapter gives us an overview of what a Chronicle can be or should be.  It gives you the basics for creating and running one by having the Setting, Characters, Antagonists, Plot, and Motif.  It gives the potential storyteller some example concepts for a Chronicle and ends with the first piece of the overarching megaplot for most of the Vampire: The Masquerade books: Forged in Steel.  This will be expanded on more in the revised hardcover version of this book. 

Chapter NineEdit

Chapter Nine is for the Storyteller.  This chapter helps a Storyteller do her job.  It contains the tools needed to help start a chronicle.  It also contains the first chapter to one of the various Metaplots, Baptism By Fire.

Background InformationEdit

The first mention of the Lasombra is here on p.178.  They were mentioned as a Bloodline in a quote from a William Bisogne (Chicago, 1968)

"There was what could only be described as a metaphysical stench about him.  It was quite odd.  I'd sensed him almost as soon as he'd entered the hall.  It took me only a few moments to find him, standing off to the side, obscured by a sea of signs and placards. I'd have thought that the emotions within and without that place would have concealed him; that effect was certainly what I was counting on.

Nonetheless, there he was. I was cautious and quickly came to believe that I was all but invisible to him, though his body language told me he knew he was being watched.  I took him to be old, and powerful, but there was something else.

It was only later, after consulting with some others, that I realized what had occurred. He was of the bloodline LaSombra; one of the Black Hand.  I had sensed the Devil's touch on him.  I have wondered since if he had anything to do with the horrible things that happened out in the streets that night."

Memorable QuotesEdit

"Now, reader, I have told my dream to thee;  See if you canst interpret it to me  Or to thyself, or neighbor.  But take heed  Of misinterpreting; for that, instead  Of doing good, will but thyself abuse  By misinterpreting evil issues."

- John Bunyan, Pilgrim's Progress

My blood is running dry,  My skin is, my skin is growing thin  For everytime you find yourself  You lose a little bit of me, from within.  It's just a raging cycle,  why can't we bring it all to the end of the line  From inside this existence,  time is not on my side.

- Indigo Girls, Land of Canaan

Therefore with the same necessity with which the stone falls to earth; the hungry wolf buries its fangs in the flesh of its prey, without the possibility of the knowledge that it itself is the destroyed as well as the destroyer.

- Arthur Schopenhauer

The Stage but echoes back the public voice,  The drama's laws the drama's patrons give  For we that live to please, must please to live.

- Samuel Clemens

Childhood is the kingdom where nobody dies.  Nobody that matters, that is.

- Edna St.Vincent Millay, Childhood is the Kingdom where Nobody Dies.

Life has confided so many stories to me, I shall have to retell them to people who cannot read the book of life itself.

- Etty Hillesum, An Interrupted Life

He don't give a hoot of warning  Wrapped in a black cat cloak.  He don't go in the light of morning.  He's split, the time the cock'rel crows.

- The Rolling Stones, Midnight Rambler

The dynamic principle of fantsy is play.

- C.G. Jung

But first, on earth as Vampire sent,  Thy corpse shall from its tomb be rent;  Then ghastly haunt thy native place,  And suck the blood of all thy race.

- Lord Byron

I forget how to move  When my mouth is this dry  And my eyes are bursting hearts  In a bloodstained sky  Oh it was sweet and wild.

- The Cure, Homesick

...with the absolute heart of the poem of life butchered out of their own bodies good to eat a thousand years.

- Allen Ginsberg, Howl

Devil and the deep blue sea behind me  Vanish in the air you'll never find me  I will turn your face to alabaster  Then you will find your servant is your master.

- The Police, Wrapped Around Your Finger

Mythology is a rendition of forms, through which the formless form of forms can be known.

- Joseph Campbell

Time is the moving image of reality.

- Plato

And the game never ends when your whole world depends  On the turn of a friendly card.

- The Alan Parsons Project, Turn of a Friendly Card

Oftentimes, to win us to our harm,  The instruments of darkness tell us truths;  Win us with honest trifles, to betrays's  In deepest consequence.

- William Shakespeare, Macbeth

Strong as I am  There's something about this thing that scares me.  Strong as I am  Ther's something about this thing that dares me.

- The Prime Movers, Strong As I Am

Confusion will be my epitaph, s I cross the cracked and broken path, If we make it we can all sit back and laugh, But I fear tomorrow I’ll by crying.

- King Crimson, Epitaph

So slide over here And give me a moment. Your moves are so raw I’ve go to let you know You’re one of my kind.

INXS, I Need You Tonight

The inquiry of truth, which is the love making, or wooing of it, the knowledge of truth, which is the presence of it, and the belief in truth, which is the enjoying of it, is the sovereign good of human nature.

- Francis Bacon, Of Truth

All the world's a stage And all men and women merely players They have their exits and entrances And one man in his time plays many parts.

William Shakespeare, As You Like It

Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting:  The Soul that rises with us, our life's Star,  Hath had elsewhere its setting  And cometh from afar.

- Wordsworth, Ode: Imitations of Immortality

Each person is many persons: a multitude made into one person, a corporate body; incorporated, a corporation... the unity of a person is as real, or sureal, as the unity of the corporation.

- N.O. Brown

I am what I am, and I don't think Betty Ford takes Vampires.

- Nick Knight

Between two worlds life hovers like a star,  'Twixt night and morn, upon the horizon's verge.  How little do we know that which we are!  How less what we may be!

- Lord Byron, Don Juan

His ardour smoulders * Phosphorus flies  He radiates with urgency to hypnotize  Stike the furnace * Feed his need  This thirst for fire is all he sees

- Siouxsie and the Banshees, Burn Up

What is the worst of woes that wait on age?  What Stamps the Wrinkle deeper on the brow?  To view each loved one blotted from life's page,  And be alone on earth as I am now.

- Lord Byron, Childe Harold's Pilgrimage

This living hand, now warm and capable  Of earnest grasping, would, if it were cold  And in the icy silence of the tomb,  So haunt thy days and chill thy dreaming nights  That thou would wish thine own heart dry of blood  So in my veins red life might stream again.  And thou be conscience-calm'd - see here it is - I hold it toward you.

- Keats, Lines to Fanny Browne

She disappears at sunrise,  I wonder where she goes  Until then night comes fallin' down again  She shows up with her friends half-alive.

- Tom Petty, Zombie Zoo

Now darkness has a hunger that's insatiable  And lightness has a call that's hard to hear.  I wrap my fear around me like a blanket  I sailed my ship of safety till I sank it.  I'm crawling on your shore.

- Indigo Girls, Closer to Fine

I've loved, turned to hate  Trapped far beyond my fate  I give, you take  This life that I forsake.  Been cheated of my youth  You turned this lie to truth.

- Metallica, Harvest of Sorrow

I remember, before, my mother dragged me outto the shops with her.  She often did.  I'd been a good boy, for a change, and she'd taken me to the sweet shop for a couple of candied sticks, or some such.  My reward, as it were.  We were only there a moment when my mother spied a friend of hers in the shop too.  She went to talk, as she often did, and left me standing there.  It took me a moment, but I realized that I was alone.  Me and the metal scoops of candy piled high.  A lifetime of dreams, and no one to see me.  No one to stop me.

When my mother returned, she found me standing there, shaking, my face red and hands clenched till they nearly bled.  Oh how I'd wanted to just grab and take and stuff my pockets until they overflowed and thenfill myself up, stuffing the sweets inside me until I couldn't fit anymore.  Only then would I stop.

But I was afraid.  Frightened of being discovered, terrified of never being allowed into the sweet shop again, of not being able to stuff enough inside me to be happy forever.  I was afraid.

I am not afraid anymore.

- Anonymous

It's an infection  It's a disease  But no reflection  It's gonna make your blood freeze  Oh you know how I feel when you set me free  Like a nightmare.

- Motorhead, Like a Nightmare

Let me go I can't breathe  Yes the desperate have no shame  My insatiable need  My uncontrollable greed  The pleasure is the pain. - Jane Child, Hey Mr. Jones

The good want power, but to weep barren tears.  The powerful goodness want: worse need for them.  The wize want love; and those who love want wisdom.

- P.S. Shelly, Prometheus Unbound

The beauty of these sublime creatures overwhelms me.  So naive and fragile, so sensual - their every word and gesture only increases my attraction to them.  Listen my love, the night air sings of my love for you, and of my lust for what is carried within your veins...

- Claudius Giovanni, Maelefactorium

As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light of meaning in the darkness of mere being.

- C.G. Jung

Cold late nights so long ago, when I was not so strong you know.  A pretty man came to me, never seen eyes so blue.  You know I could not run away it seemed we'd seen each other in a dream; seemed like he knew me, he looked right through me.

- Heart, Magic Man

It was many years ago that I became what I am.  I was trapped in this life like an innocent lamb.  Now I can never show my face at noon and you'll only see me walking by the light of the moon.  The brim of my hat hides the eye of a beast I've the face of a sinner, but the hands of a priest.

- Sting, Moon over Bourbon Street

Only the free have disposition to be truthful,  only the truthful have the interest to be just,  only the just possess the will-power to be free.

- W.H. Auden, In Time of War, Commentary

Maybe there's no haven in this world for tender age my heart beat like the wings of wild birds in a cage my greatest hope my greatest cause to grieve and my my heart flew from its cage and it bled upon my sleve the cries of passion were like wounds that needed healing I couldn't hear them for the thunder.  I was half the naked distance between hell and heaven's ceiling and he almost pulled me under.

- Indigo Girls, Prince of Darkness

The need comes upon me, a wash of lust and craving which I cannot resist.  Like a tree against the storm, I do not bend but evenutally I will break.  I may wait, contain my desire for week upon week, allowing the agony to mount, but eventually I can resist no more and I must kill again...

- Thomas Braundenburg, Soul Whisper

Why do your locks and rumpled clothes show tis more than usual sleep has made them so?  Why are the kisses which he gave betrayed by the impression which his teeth have made?

- Ovid

And he that will this health deny, down among the dead men let him lie.

- John Dyer, Toast: Here's a Health to the King

Swift to its close ebbs out life's little day; Earth's joys grow dim, its flories pass away; Change and decay in all around I see; O Thou, who changest not, abide with me.

- H.F. Lyte, Abide With Me

Nothing determines who we will become, so much as those things we choose to ignore.

- Sandor McNab

Experience is the child of Thought, and Thought is the child of Action.

- Benjamin Disraeli, Vivian Grey

Be all that you can be.  The greatest challenge of them all....Yourself.

- Advertisement

I think of isolation and abstinence, and how each is so cruelly dependent upon the other.  There are times I cannot stand to resist any longer, yet when I do feed, I cannot abide the sight of the blood that is upon my hands.

- Tamalary, Personal Recollections

Oh I miss the kiss of treachery the aching kiss before I feed teh stench of a love for a younger meat and the sound that it makes when it cuts in deep.

- The Cure, Disintegration

Remember Doc, when the will is invoked, the recuperative powers of the human body are incredible.

- FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, Twin Peaks

And when the rain came down, he heard a wild dog howl, there were voices in the night - "Don't do it!"  Voices out of sight - "Don't do it!"  Too many men have failed before.

- Chris DeBurgh, Don't Pay the Ferryman

There's a red under my bed and there's a little green man in my head he said you're not going crazy, you're just kinda sad cause there's a man in you, knawing you, tearing you into two.

- The Kinks, Destroyer

So now ask yourself, what is human and what is truth?  Ask yourself, whose voice is it that whispers up to you from the cellars of your homes.  From the tops of your city roofs?  Ask yourself, whose voice is it that whispers unto you?

- The The, Good Morning Beautiful

Should the whole frame of nature round him break, in ruin and confussion hurled, he, unconcerned, would hear the mighty crack, and stand secure amidst a falling world.

- Joseph Addison, Translation of Horace, Odes

Live baby live, now that the day is over I gotta new sensation, in perfect moments impossible to refuse sleep baby sleep, now that the night is over.

- INXS, New Sensation

It's the jewel of victory the chasm of misery and once you have bitten the core you will always know the flavour the split second of divinity.

- Faith No More, The Real Thing

Blood and Fire are too much for these restless arms to hold.  And my nights of desire are calling me back to your fold.  And I'm calling you, calling you from 10,000 miles away won't you wet my fire with your love, babe?

- Indigo Girls, Blood and Fire

Set the world as it used to be when you used to be in it when you were alive and when you were in love and when I took it from you.  I won't let you forget the hatred I bestowed upon your neck with a fatal blow.

- Faith No More, Surprise! You're Dead

That which does not kill us, makes us stronger.

- Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzche

No one move a muscle as the dead come home.

- Shriekback, Nemesis

I'd like to kiss you, let my lips caress you sending sparks of passion up your spine.  But doing so means saying no and even the thought would be a crime.

- Living Colour; Under Cover of Darkness

The one thing about living in Santa Carla that I never could stomach, is all the damn Vampires.

- Grandpa, The Lost Boys

There is only one step from the subline to the ridculous.

- Napolean I, after the retreat from Moscow

She did not seduce, she ravished.

- George Meredith, Diana of the Crossways

Trisete, Italy - Gun-toting toughs hijacked a bloodmobile near the Italian-Yugoslavian border, stealing hundreds of pints of freshly drawn blood - and lawmen blame the rubbery on vicious, thirst-crazed Vampires!

- Weekly World News, Vampire Hijack Bloodmobile!

I woke last night to the sound of thunder.  How far off, I sat and wondered.  Started humming a song from nineteen sixty two.  Ain't it funny how the night moves, when you just don't seem to have as much to lose.  Strange how the night moves, with autumn closing in.

- Bob Seger, Night Moves

The beaten generation, the beaten generation reared on a diet of prejudice and mis-information.  The beaten generation, the beaten generation open your eyes, open your imagination.

- The The, The Beat(en) Generation

He who fights with monsters might take care, lest he thereby become a monster.  And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.

- Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Jenseits von Gut und Böse

And the Lord said unto him, "Therefore whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold."  And the Lord set a mark upon Cain, lest any finding him should kill him.

- Genesis 4:15

Stealing through the night like a wolf on the prowel.  Not a bird, not a plane, I'm just a mean old night owl.  Watch me...hit...run...gotta move on.  Going wild in the night cause I'm hooked on the neon.

- Foreigner, Night Life

Most musical of mourners, weep again!  Lamen anew, Irania! - He died.  Who was the Sire of an immortal strain, blind, old and lonely.

- Percy Shelley, Adonis

Is this a dagger which I see before me.  The handle toward my hand?  Come let me clutch thee: I have thee not, and yet I see thee still.  Art thou not, fatal vision, sensible to feeling as to sight?  or art thou but a dagger of the mind, a false creation proceeding from the heat-oppressed brain?

- William Shakespeare, Macbeth

Now this is the Law of the Jungle - as old and as true as the sky; and the Wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but the Wolf that shall break it must die.

- Rudyard Kipling, The Law of the Jungle

Hurled headlong flaming from th' etheral sky with hideous ruin and combustion down to bottomless perdition, there to dwell in adamantine chains and penal fire.

- John Milton, Paradise Lost

She slipped up on daylight night is the best companion.  I heard them talking.

- The JudyBats, She lives in a Time of Her Own

I am a brother to dragons, and a companion to owls.  My skin is black upon me, and my bones are burned with heat.

- Job 30:29-30

People try to put us down just because we get around.  Things they do look awful cold I hope I die before I get old.  Talkin' 'bout my Generation.

- The Who, My Generation

Sundown you'd better take care when I find you've been creeping 'round my back stair

- Gordon Lightfoot, Sundown

Because I could not stop for Death - He kindly stopped for me - The Carriage held but just Ourselves - And Immortality.

- Emily Dickenson, Because I could not stop for Death

All the vampires walkin' through the valley move west down Ventura Blvd.  And all the bad boys are standing in the shadows and the good girls are home with borken hearts.

- Tom Petty, Free Fallin'

Her lips were red, her looks were free her locks were as yellow as gold, her skin was white as leprosy.  The Nightmare Life-in-Death was she, who thicks man's blood with cold.

- Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Good morrow, masters; put your torches out, the wolves have prey'd; and look, the gentle day, before the wheels of Phoebus, round about dapples the drowsy east with spots of grey.

- William Shakespeare, Othello

The best things happen at the wrong time; the rest happens not at all.  The conscientious historian will repair this defect.

- Herodotus

I am intense, I am in need, I am in pain, I am in love.

- Indigo Girls, Blood and Fire

It is precisely the soul that is the traveler; it is of the soul and of the soul alone that we can say with supreme truth that "being" neccessarily means "being on the way."

- Gabriel Marcel

Come the last night of sadness, and it was clear she couldn't go on.  Then the door was open and the wind appeared, the candles blew and then disappeared, the curtains flew and then he appeared.  Come on baby, and she had no fear.  And she ran to him, then they started to fly, they looked backward and said goodbye.  She had become like they are, she had taken his hand.  She had become like they are, don't fear the reaper.

- Blue Oyster Cult, Don't Fear the Reaper

The hero has died as a modern man; but as eternal man - universal man - he has been reborn.

- Joseph Campbell

I stood.  Among then, but not of them; in a shroud of thoughts which were not their thoughts.

- Lord Byron, Childe Harold's Pilgrimage

The secret thoughts of man run over all things, holy, profance, clean, obscene, grave and light without shame or blame.

- Thomas Hobbes

Living in the limelight; the universal dream, for those who wish to seem, those who wish to be, must put aside the alienation, get on with the fascination, the real relation, the underlying there.

- Rush, Limelight

So fair; so sweet; withat so sensitive all vain desires; all lawless wishes quelled be thou to love and praise alike impelled whatever boon is granted or withheld.

- William Wordsworth

And I knew that this was only one of the many agonies, many deaths, in the unending scarlet loop of my modius existence.  It had happened before, was happening now, and would happen again...and again...and again.

- Dan Simmons, Carrion Comfort

Through these fields of destruction baptisms of fire I've watched all your suffering as the battles raged higher.

- Dire Straits, Brothers in Arms

CharactersEdit

  • Shelzza
  • Kyle - Shelzza's Childe
  • Malcolm - Gangrel, Example Character
  • Modius - Toreador; "Prince" of Gary, Indiana
  • Allicia - Toreador, Modius' Childe
  • Juggler - Brujah, Leading Anarch in Gary, Indiana
  • Michael - Malkavian, Blood Bound to Allicia
  • Evelyn Stephens - Brujah, Juggler's childe and sister to Detective Gregory Stephens of the Chicago Police Department.
  • Alexander Danov - Nosferatu elder
  • Lucian - Gangrel Elder, owner and operator of Gary Export Company, which serves as the primary conveyance for Vampires to travel to and from Chicago when traveling across the Atlantic.
  • Sullivan Dane - Independent Hunter, former Jesuit priest.
  • William Shepard - Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent.
  • Gregory Stephens - Chicago Police Detective.
  • Annabelle Triabell - Toreador Elder of Chicago, Illinois

In the example of play in Chapter Six, these characters were mentioned: Euclid (Nosferatu), Malcolm, and Travis (Brujah).

Juggler, Kyle (not the same one from the Shelzza story), and Sheriff were all used as Storyteller characters.

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