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.
Pakourianis the Dove
Once the Michaelite Muse of Painting, this elder's skill is many centuries beyond his time, but his genius is marred by madness. He is a leader in the renewed Cult of the Archangel.
Anthemios of Tralles
As the Michaelite Muse of Sculpture, this troubled elder was responsible for directing the physical beautification of the Dream as well as over-sight of the Guild of Architects. He is active in the city's new order, but far from influential.
The first among the Paragons of the Trinity of Constantinople, this Ancient was the Dream incarnate. Haunted by the loss of his lovers and driven mad by treachery, he met the Final Death in 1204 at the fangs of Mary the Black.
Once the Michaelite Muse of Sculpture, this elder was once the lover of Michael the Patriarch. He later had Symeon of the Obertus fleshcraft him into a horror so that he would cease being a temptation of his sire. He now leads the Cult of the Archangel.
A breath-takingly beautiful lady of the Clan of the Rose, this ancilla was notorious for her degeneracy. Before the Great Sack, she barely held onto her status as a Michaelite, and in its wake she was left a desperate outcast. She finally left in 1205.
The Michaelite Muse of Performance, this Malkavian elder was one of the few Cainites to straddle the gulf between the Byzantine and Latin courts as his music, plays, and japes were appreciated by all. He committed suicide during the Great Sack of 1204.
This slightly built Italian vampire of the Clan of the Rose is an expert investigator as well as a trader of information and'items of questionable origin'.
An uncanny member of the Michaelites, the "Fallen Angel" was notorious in the city for his delusions of angelic grandeur and feared for his effectiveness as the Arbiter's agent. He was terribly burned during the Great Sack and vanished afterwards.
A skilled jeweller, this Michaelite was among those who fell to the temptations of the Children of Judas. Reclaimed to virtue, he became the first of the Reformed Michaelites. Athanasios continues to dwell in Constantinople, looking for hope in the ashes.
Komanos of Stomion
A weaver and embroiderer of extraordinary skill, this Greek Toreador was a member of the Reformed Michaelites of Constantinople. He was unashamedly Petronius' creature, and since the Great Sack he has floundered in the absence of his mentor.
An influential Toreador from Raidestos, this ancilla is a noted merchant in addition to being famed among the clan as a painter of icons and mosaics. He is one of Petronius' more capable supporters.
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.