Born as the third son to a lord, Vincent's life seemed to be destined for the church. Having no interest in becoming a priest, he fled to France and joined the Templars. Soon, he was on his way to the Levant to battle heathens, but the brutal stalemate that they had to endure gnawed as Vincent's faith. When the Templar's were forced to retreat, he went to Rome to find solace. During this time, Philip IV accused the Templars of heresy and Vincent left the order as fast as he could, returning to England to the side of his father.
When he was embraced, he finally saw the truth of Cainite influence running rampart in the world, centered among a few influential elders who centralized all the power for themselves. When the Anarch Revolt came, he joined with true fervor, vowing to end the oppression of the old over the young. When the Camarilla was to be founded, Vincent only laughed. It was the same oppression as before, only with another mask. Full of anger and idealism, he joined the nascent Sabbat, earning himself a name as a warrior. When he left England for the New World, he was vital for the founding of the Path of Honorable Accord, which he still upholds. He serves the General of the Sabbat Inquisition as Templar and Paladin and his reputation makes him one of the most feared among this station.