Fajr ibn Manikar
A reclusive arab scholar, this Assamite of the vizier caste spent many decades happily pursuing his thirst for knowledge in the shadows of Byzantium. He has not been seen since the middle of AD 1204, and is believed to have perished.
This Roman elder was the Michaelite Quaesitor, Muse of the Minor Arts, and Arbiter in the final years of the old order. He attempted to reform the Michaelites before the end, but the Great Sack undid his works. His whereabouts are unknown.
Once the Antonian Palace Prefect, this elder claimed the imperial family as his dominion. For centuries he was one of the most influential Cainites in the empire, but he lost it all in 1204. He is believed to have suffered the Final Death soon after.
Gregory Lakeritos, the Wondermaker
This remarkable Ravnos was a member of the Antonian family. His wondrous creations are much in demand by Cainites throughout the lands of the central and eastern Mediterranean, especially since his demise was reported in recent years.
The 'mother' of the Baron's Gangrel, this ancilla administrated both the far-flung and near concerns of her sire and liege. She vanished during the Great Sack.
Known amongst the Cainites of the Dream as "the Snake of Eden", this Settite worked for centuries to bring down thew Dream with approval of Michael himself. He was supposedly murdered before the Great Sack, although it is not certain.
Geoffroi de Villehardouin
Once the Marshal of Champagne, this noted Johannes Factotum was accounted by many as the smartest man on the Fourth Crusade. He considered himself a simple layman and soldier however, and of less stature than his peers among the leadership.
Calleo Abetorius Minor
An arrogant, powerful Warlock who serves his sire, master and namesake, Abetorius, as his chief lieutenant and envoy in Constantinople and abroad. He has not returned to the city in some years, and rumour has it that he has gone to the Final Death.
Raimbaut de Vaqueiras
A masterful troubadour and talented spy, Raimbaut of Vaqueiras was the boon companion and trusted lieutenant of Boniface of Montferrat. It is likely that he was killed along with his king in 1207.
This elder of the hunted Salubri clan is a mysterious and compelling Cainite, who had potent friends among the Trinity families. Rescued from the Tremere by the Concord, he took shelter with the Obertus Tzimisce until he vanished during the Great Sack.
One of several Michaelites who existed only to satisfy his base needs, this Toreador was a fixture at the Silk Road. More than a little mad and degenerate by the time of the Great Sack, it is thought that his Blood was reclaimed by his sire, Stephen.
An unscrupulous Gangrel mercenary once in the pay of Felix of Vaucluse. He was driven into torpor during the fateful attack on Lucien's faux-treasure ship, and was probably executed by the Baron's Gangrel before the Great Sack began.
A noted elder of the Clan of Death, this powerful but eccentric sorceress was an early supporter of the Siebenburgen. She reigned as Prince of Weienburg for decades before her mysterious disappearance, and she is widely thought to be deceased.
This Gangrel servant of Marelle was a clever woodsman, adept at scouting the Lupine infested fringes of the Margraviate of Hermannstadt. He was likely slain trying to warn the Hell Hounds of an impending attack.
A dangerous, savage Hell Hound of Clan Brujah, almost entirely given over to the carnal, bloody whims of his Beast. He ran from the Battle of the Black Cave, but likely did not survive the night as he fled into a werewolf pack.
A cruel and sadistic Szekler scout from the fort and village of Bodzafordul. Present during an ambush upon the Ashen Band, he fled the fight. He was later seen suffering terrible torture in the palace of the Winter Prince of the Fae.
An ally to Iulia and Veceslav, this ancilla was a consummate warrior, skilled healer, and passable minstrel when the mood took him. He was a wanderer of many lands, and a stranger in all of them.
The erstwhile Voivode of Mure, Schburg, and Hargita, this potent Tzimisce was a skilled and ruthless soldier, but also a noted patron of the arts. His castle suddenly fell to unknown powers in 1214, and he is believed to have been destroyed.