The undisputed master of London and the British Isles in general for as long as any Kindred active tonight can remember, Mithras seems as indelible a part of the time and era to the Kindred as Queen Victoria herself does to the Kine.
Ancient and …
Lady Anne Bowesly
The power before the throne, Lady Anne Bowesly is the face of London's Camarilla rulership, serving as Seneschal to Prince Mithras and his "filter" to the modern world that he loathes and shuns.
Lady Anne served with loyalty, skill and eagerness as …
Dr. Willum Timothy
Invited into the council of Primogens by London's former prince, Valerius after a spectacularly effective demonstration of his "therapeutic" skills, Dr. Timothy was allowed to retain his position when Mithras reclaimed his position of power. Less than …
A pretty young slip of a girl, Juliet is nevertheless considered a rising star among London's kindred, though most of contemporary society considers her burning passion for the nascent suffragette movement more than a little odd, and her erratic habit of …
The position of the Tremere in London has always been a tenuous one at best. All of England knows of the Eternal Prince's dislike for the Witches, some Kindred historian claims it stems from a bitter grudge nursed since the Dark Ages where the Tremere …
Once the loyal Seneschal and ally (less polite tongues might call it "servant) of Mithras, Valerius seized the reigns of power when his Master slipped into torpor and ruled London with skill and flair in his absence but those nights are long gone. Now, …
England, and particularly London, has always been hostile ground to the Clan of the Rose and with the Treaty of Durham (which prohibits Toreadors from even claiming the slightest Domain in England outside of Elysiums without the Prince's leave) now fully …
A veritable mountain of a man in life, undeath did nothing to diminish Hermod Brenner's massive size and stature, nor did it temper his wanderlust and adventurous spirit. A skilled and enthusiastic sailor of Dutch descent in his breathing days, Brenner …
As a young girl of 14 on the streets of London there were only two ways to survive; sell yourself or start stealing.
For Alice the choice was simple, her sister Hester had been killed in a brothel a few days ago and no one seemed to care in the least. …