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.
A humble, cultured Turkish merchant of the Royal Market of Pest, this Assamite bears the dubious distinction of being one of the farthest flung ambassadors of his clan.
A diplomat for the Assamite clan, Shabah dwelt in Constantinople for some 10 years prior to the Great Sack. Shortly before the city fell, Helena the Armenian outed her as a murderer and she was forced into hiding. Shabah fled the city shortly after.
This formidable Assassin set his mind to disrupting the Ventrue agenda at the Cainite Council of Fourth Crusade in Venice. He was brought to justice by the Concord.
An ancient jurist and military historian who quietly resided within Constantinople for many centuries. He existed outside the Trinity System but allied to it.