Vampire Sect

Characters by Vampire Sect

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"Sects are groups of vampires and clans that supposedly share a common ideology. They are a modern contrivance, but an important one. Sects as they are known in these nights first surfaced after the Great Anarch Revolt, a continent-wide upheaval which took place in Europe during the 15th century. Many elders accept sect membership grudgingly, deriding sects as “foolishness - the Blood is all that matters.” In nights before the Great Anarch Revolt and the Inquisition, these elders claim, there were no sects at all. Other vampires argue that this is still true - a vampire in a sizable city may go a decade or more without ever seeing another Kindred, so of what use is a sect? Regardless, most vampires belong to one sect or another; others claim independence, no preference, or that they are affiliated with their clan, not a sect. The sect known as the Camarilla is arguably the largest and most prevalent, though its rival the Sabbat has recently made considerable inroads against it and still opposes the Camarilla at every turn. The secretive Inconnu, when it may be reached for comment, maintains that it is not a sect, although it seems to be organized and manages to steer clear of the other sects. On the opposite side of the coin, the Anarchs make much show of pretending to be a sect, though they are the first to enlist Camarilla aid when the Sabbat appears at a city’s borders. Thus, the Camarilla considers the Anarchs to be under its purview."

(Vampire the Masquerade (Revised) p43)


The Camarilla

The Independents


Vampires of the Independents:


Ghouls of the Independents:

The Anarchs


Vampires of the Anarchs:


Ghouls of the Anarchs:

The Sabbat


Vampires of the Sabbat:


Ghouls of the Sabbat:

The Inconnu


Vampires of the Inconnu:


Ghouls of the Inconnu:

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