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lofty decrebitude, opting for the Becoming well
before they’ve turned grey, but the Half-Damned
always rise again as Revenants. For them, death
is certainly not the end, but is rather more like a
coming-of-age. Many saw their human-vampire
days as a pupa stage, preparing them for their
transformed self. Human-Kindred hybrids are
also able to heal themselves with their Kindred
Blood. Living vampires can give themselves
the Quickenning, can induce Blood Bonds and
can hold up to 10 Blood Points of Vitae, though
they cannot make Vitae by consuming blood.
Instead they must wait until their living Kindred
body produces it. Further, Dampyrs start to develop their
Bloodline Disciplins, even in life. Half-Vampires, they
feel the urges of the Beast within them, and can indeed,
Frenzy (though niether the sun nor fire can trigger the Red
Fear). Moreover, Dampyrs tend to develope canibalistic,
necrophilliatic and voilent-sexual Deraingments in life.
They are considerred to have no Legacy, though they may
develope their Blood Potency. Dampyrs with high Blood
Potency look more and more like their fully Immortal
counterparts, and a Dampyr with a Blood Potency of
ten can, if she so chooses, spend all her Blood Potency
to undergo the Becoming at that moment. A Dampyr
can successfully commit Diablerie, though doing so will
usually just kick-start their full vampiric transformation.
A Dampyr who undergoes the Becoming as a result of
Diablerie gains a Legacy that is one less than the Legacy
of the vampire who was Diableriesed- just as if that
vampire had Embraced the Dampyr. The Half-Bloods may
prefer dark gloom and feaverish nights, but they have no
vulnerablity to Sunlight, and freely walk through the day.
Further, they do not feel the pull of daily slumber nor the
intense panic of the red fear from the sun’s rays. Similarly,
while fire burns them, it does not have the same voracity
for Dampyr flesh as it does a vampire’s (dampyres can
soak fire damage with their Stamina + Fortitude), though
the flames can still provoke the Beast within. Damyprs do

infact posses a Beast inside of them; most grow pointed
teath or sprout outright fangs and thirst for blood. While a
Dampyr cannot make more Vitae by feeding and doesn’t
need to spend Vitae to animate themselves, but hunger
and the presence of blood can still make a Dampyr frenzy.
The Half-Damned must still make Degeneration checks,
though, like all truly living beings, unlike full Kindred,
Dampyrs can freely raise their Path of Indentity score
even restoring lost Path score. Thus, while Dampyrs feel
the draw of the Beast, it has not yet begun to consume
them from within. Dampyrs

The Strigoi Vu
The Strigoi are a subspecies of Voivode-umpyre. A mortal
liniage decended from the Dragons of the Underworldthe Voivode, the Strigoi were known to the ancient
tribes of the Black Forrests of the Carpathian Mountains
as Underworld witches and fertility shaman; Insular
mediums, people would ask the Strigoi to appeal to the
Underworld to make the soil rich and firtile, spare the
people from sickness and appease the legions of the world
of death. Similarly, the Strigoi would demand the ritual
sacrafice of Blood to the soil and the Underworld and
couch the people to live in harmony with the demons of
hell. Strigoi Voivode were, each of them, born vampires.
In life, the Strigoi is a vampiric Underworld witch (Strigoi
Vu), who later transforms into their full monstrous
Immortality (Strigoi Mort).
Nobles of the Dragon, the Strigoi warlord families
refreshed the fertilety of the kingdom in blood, were the
people’s champions and were responcible for violent
overthrows and gurilah wars.
The human-vampire family has dicemniated into many
lines through the centuries, expanding well beyond the
bounds of Eastern Europe. By the Dark Ages, the major
line of Strigoi had become a Draconic House of mortal
warlords, stretching far and wide across Europse and
populating the knightly orders of the Dragon. Decendants
from these Strigoi include the Messiah of the Ordo Dracul,
Vlad the Impailer, the Countes of Blood, Elizebeth
Bathory, and many others. The Noble line of the Dragon