Embrace: 1892 (born 1869)
Apparent Age: Early 20s
Physical: Strength 3, Dexterity 4, Stamina 3
Social: Charisma 5, Manipulation 5, Appearance 4
Mental: Perception 4, Intelligence 5, Wits 4
Talents: Acting 2, Athletics 5, Brawl 2, Empathy 5, Intimidation 4, Leadership 5, Streetwise 5
Skills: Drive 1, Firearms 5, Larceny 2, Melee 1, Stealth 4, Survival 3, Technology 1
Knowledges: Bureaucracy 3, Law 3, Linguistics 2, Politics 5
Disciplines: Celerity 3, Dominate 1, Fortitude 1, Obfuscate 2, Potence 2, Presence 5, Protean 3
Backgrounds: Allies 5, Contacts 5, Influence 4, Retainers 3, Status 3
Virtues: Conscience 3, Self-control 4, Courage 5
Salvador was born in the late 19th century to a small family of poor farmers in Andalusia, Spain. When he grew older he joined the Anarquista movement, and then the Mano Negra, which was agitating in the countryside. At one pint, Salvador and his brother Pablo were captured by the police and savagely beaten. Pablo was killed, and Salvador was almost dead when he was rescued by a mysterious figure in the revoluccion named Ferdinand. Salvador was too far gone to be healed, but Ferdinand gave him the option of continuing the struggle against oppression for the rest of eternity and Salvador gladly took it.
From that time on, Salvador has continued to fight, now driven by the twin passions of revenge for his brother’s death and his hatred of oppression. He and Ferdinand carried on the struggle in Spain, not only against the government, but also against the Ventrue and the rest of the Camarilla. During the Spanish Civil War, when the Brujah were fighting against the Ventrue-controlled forces of Franco, Ferdinand was destroyed during an otherwise successful attack on the Prince of Barcelona. With his death, the anarch movement in Spain collapsed. Salvador fled to the United States, and ultimately to Los Angeles.
At first, Salvador was happy in Los Angeles. The hunting was easy, and the warm nghts reminded him of his lost homeland. But gradually it became clearer that, in leaving Franco’s Spain for California, he had only traded one set of shackles for another. With other anarchs such as Jeremy MacNeil, Jacqueline Fairmonte, Crispus Attucks, and Marguerite Foccart, he began to plot the rebellion. Salvador took an active hand in the Revolt and is widely regarded as one of its major heroes, since he is believed to have killed the Prince in single combat.
After the Revolt, Salvador was on the short-lived Revolutionary Council and was the main author of the Status Perfectus. He later went on to write “An Anarch Manifesto,” which is still widely read.
Salvador now resides among his retainers in East Los Angeles, and is the acknowledged leader of El Hermandad. He supplies equipment and riot training to many revolutionary groups in the United States and abroad. He has traveled extensively in Mexico t oaid the anarchs against the Sabbat and the Camarilla, which has led both sects to accuse him of working for the other. Needless to say, he has become a well-known figure among the Kindred.