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  • Salvador

    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 …

  • Gloria Martinez

    Gloria was a smart gang girl, desperate to leave behind the misery of the barrio in which she had been raised. One night, as she was walking home, a car pulled up and the ugliest man she had ever seen stuck his head out and beckoned to her. At first she …

  • Allison Maller

    Allison was originally just one of the thousands of runaways who throng the streets of Hollywood every night. She had fled her home in Northern California at the age of 14 to escape an abusive father and alcoholic mother. By the time she was 15 she was a …

  • Crispus Attucks

    The 10th-generation Brujah Crispus Attucks was born a slave in the 1730s. His father was African, his mother Indian. His family was loyal to their owner. However, Crispus disliked being owned and sought freedom. With the freedom of movement allowed his …

  • Jeremy MacNeil

    Born in the Scottish highlands in 1631, at a time when his clan had sided with Charles I, Jeremy rapidly rose in prestige among his clansmen as a shrewd fighter. While leading a skirmish, he caught the attention of a seventh-generation Brujah who felt the …

  • Tom Weaver

    Like most of the Kindred in L.A., Tom comes from somewhere else. Raised on a small farm in Louisiana, Tom got out of there as early as he could. He drifted down to New Orleans, where his huge body, good looks and happy grin soon got him a job as a " …

  • Smiling Jack

    No one knows much about the 10th-generation Brujah known as “Smiling Jack.” Some believe he may have been a Caribbean pirate of the 17th century. No one knows the circumstances of his Embrace, or has stepped forward claiming to be his sire. Smiling Jack …

  • Tara

    In December of 1944, when the call went out for anarchs to assist in the Revolt, it was hoped that a few Kindred from the neighboring cities would show up to help. It was quite a pleasant surprise when Tara, a well-known anarch from Texas, showed up with …

  • Dr. Takuya Shiraiwa

    Takuya became a hard-line Communist while a young man in Tokyo. This was not a healthy thing to be in 1939 Japan, so he was very relieved when he was offered an opportunity to study medicine at the University of Moscow. There he came to the attention of …