Characters from D.C. After Dark

Table of Contents

The Kindred

Clan Brujah
Clan Gangrel
Clan Malkavian
Clan Nosferatu
Clan Toreador
Clan Tremere
Clan Ventrue
Other Clans

The Others

Garou and Other Shape-changers
Significant Mortals

Clan Brujah

Damon Salvatore: The Brujah Primogen.
Remy LeBrel: Anarch and cat burglar. "Anything not nailed down is fair game; anything I can pry up isn't nailed down."
Amber March: Street gang member. Proof that the female of the species can be deadlier than the male.
Dani Walthers (a/k/a "Mistress Dani"): Dominatrix. "Pain and pleasure can be one and the same."
Erin Summers: Musician, anarch, and little hellcat. Barely five feet tall, but with enough attitude for someone three times her size.
Jack Bain: Weapons dealer. Your one-stop destruction shop.
Natalie Whitman: Ex-policewoman and vigilante.
Shanna Whitman (a/k/a "Nightstalker"): Vigilante. "Batman, eat your heart out!" She and Jannette Ashton (see the Toreador entries) have become the "Thelma and Louise" of the local Kindred set.

Clan Gangrel

Margali Szardosz: The Gangrel Primogen
Lobo: Gangrel guardian of Arlington National Cemetery.
Aaron Boone: Sabbat Hunter.
Rick Hunter: Private eye. Husband of Chelsea Rice-Hunter (see the Toreador entries).
Dagon: Animal lover and star-crossed lover (see the Garou entries...)
Brian O'Connell: Guerilla fighter, demolitions expert, and inverterate gambler (at least, away from Precinct Seven!)
Kerwin O'Donnal: Musical instrument-maker and latter-day wandering troubadour. Here's a sample of his work!
Diana Drake: Private eye, outdoorswoman, and Kerwin's lady-friend.
Reyna: This European Gangrel is a wandering storyteller and also serves as bodyguard to her Ravnos sister, Astra (see the Other Clans entry...).

Clan Malkavian

Domini: The Malkavian Primogen.
Amelinda Lopez (a/k/a "Lindy"): Domini's little girl. Be sure to get her doll some ice cream.
Ezekiel Weinstock (a/k/a "Izzy"): A Malkavian with a decidedly odd collection of knickknacks.
Paul Simon: A would-be hero with a penchant for collecting autographs.

Clan Nosferatu

Vladimr Rubashov: The Nosferatu Primogen.
Gregor Ulovich Tolchinsky: Information broker.
Freddy: "Boys will be boys" applies even more to this pint-sized prankster.
Gwynifer Jones: Wrongfully Embraced by a Sabbat Nosferatu, this gentle soul has made it her mission to alleviate the suffering of the homeless of the city.

Clan Toreador

Louis de Valmont: The Toreador Primogen. Owner of The Vampire Lestat, he is the city's master of intrigue.
Artamise Laveau: This vivacious social butterfly serves as "Maman" to the city's Toreador.
Armand de Valois: Believed by many in the city to be a member of the Brujah clan, this charismatic young Kindred leads the city's Anarchs.
Indigo Jones: This sultry siren is used to getting what she wants.
Chelsea Rice-Hunter: A beautiful and passionate horror writer. Wife of Rick Hunter (see the Gangrel entries...)
Cat Ryan: Bartender of The Vampire Lestat, this fiery raven-haired beauty is lover to Armand and sister to Hermetic Magus Andrew Ryan.
Talerian MacSidhe: Blacksmith, artisan, and SCA knight, she counts friends among both the Mages and Garou.
Tracy Perez: This neonate of Louis' is well-liked by all, and always has a friendly smile for a stranger.
Jannette Ashton: A comic book writer well-known for her vampiric creations, she now finds herself one of the Kindred, as well. She and Shanna Whitman (see the Brujah entries) have become a sort of "Thelma and Louise of the Kindred set." Check out this page from her notebook!
Doreen O'Neill: This feisty little redhead hangs out with the anarchs.

Clan Tremere

Pontifex Guiseppe Balsamo, Conte de Cagliostro: The Tremere Primogen.
Jonathan Shade: Professor of Occult Studies at George Washington University.
Sathan: Cagliostro's newest Childe.
Ariann Karabatsos: Shade's Childe-cum-consort.
David Corbin: This young graduate student has made rapid progress in the ranks of the clan.
John C. Wright, Esquire: This wielder of fantasy fiction-inspired magic is viewed with trepidation by some of his clan-mates for his dealings with the spirit world.

Clan Ventrue

Stephen Gallatin: Inconnu Monitor of Washington.
Francesca da San Germano: Prince of Washington, D.C.
Eric Knight: An Archon of the Ventrue Justicar, his presence in the city is known to only a few. Fewer still know why he is there...
Senator Alexander Bennett: Francesca's Childe, he is responsible for overseeing the politics of the city.
Marcus Bane: A former CIA agent, he now serves as the Prince's "elimination specialist."
Edward Lewis Weyland: This bibliophile Ventrue makes his Haven in the Library of Congress.
Max Davenport: The owner of The Midnight Sun is perpetually nervous and likes to keep a low profile, but never seems to be able to...
Helene Clay: Davenport's lover.

Other Clans

Angelina Giovanni: This scion of the Giovanni clan is a new face in Washington.
Demona: This female Gargoyle is the first one to be sent to the D.C. Chantry.
Aurelia: A member of the mysterious Salubri, she has come seeking things known only to herself.
Astra: Accompanied by her sister, Reyna (see the Gangrel entries), this beautiful and cunning Ravnos will cheerfully swindle you out of your last penny if she feels like it.


Geoff Willard: Embraced by a depraved Ventrue, he only wishes to be left alone with his mortal girlfriend.
Amy Benneker: A streetwalker in life and Unlife, she protects her fellow prostitutes.
Jason Kendall: Abandoned by his mad Sire, he has found acceptance among the Anarchs.

Garou and Other Shape-changers

Stalker-of-Shadows: Leader of the Sept of the Seven Pines, this old wolf is much respected by his peers.
Valerie "Truthseeker" Grant: A policewoman, this Black Fury uses her Garou abilities to help enforce the law on the supernatural front.
Morgan and Meggan McTaggart: These twin Fianna warriors are unstoppable on the battlefield.
Daniel Walker: A Bone Gnawer Ragabash with a cheerful attitude and a penchant for pranks.
Di "Strikes-First" Ravenwood: This young Black Fury is discovering the extent of her powers.
Arion MindWalker: This young Stargazer is just discovering the extent of his powers...and trying to come to grips with his feelings for Di.
Kerowyn Wanderlust: A merry Silent Strider with a penchant for fooling around (in more ways than one ;)!)
Natalia Fireheart: A gentle, animal-loving Fianna with a dark secret: a vampire love called Dagon (see the Gangrel entries...)
Lydia Bashir: This member of the Bagheera tribe of the Bastet (werecats) has come to the city for reasons known only to herself.


Dr. Julian Mordrid: Magus of the Order of Hermes and leader of the Georgetown Knights cabal.
Aleta ni Deanna: Pagan High Priestess and member of the Wyck ("Verbena"). Julian's lover.
Andrew Ryan: Mage of the Order of Hermes.
Phoenix: This silver-haired Dreamspeaker is a powerful, fascinating enigma.
Kit Brightwater: Dreamspeaker, modern-day shaman, and Wendigo Kinfolk. Phoenix's lover.
Tatsu and Taka Miyamoto: Twin mages of the Akashic Brotherhood.
Kara Valentine: An Ecstatic exotic dancer with prodigious appetites.
Kathy Hayama: This young graduate student is slowly discovering her own magical powers as a Hermetic mage.
Aja Li: A thirteen year-old girl with vast magical powers.

Significant Mortals

Shannon Knight: Kinfolk to the Fianna, partner to a Black Fury, and lover to Hermetic Magus Andrew Ryan, this feisty redhead holds her own as well as any of her supernatural friends.
Jagi Wright: The wife of a Tremere, she is gradually discovering her own special abilities.
Keiko Li: Formerly under the sway of darker mages, Aja's mother has found peace as Talerian's housekeeper.

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