Boniface of Montferrat
The mortal figurehead of the Fourth Crusade, this noble comes from an illustrious family and has garnered much fame for his chivalrous exploits. After the 4th Crusade, he briefly became King of Thessalonica before dying in battle in 1207.
This brutal, roguish Varangian giant claimed the title of Prince of Thessalonica in AD1200. He cared little for manipulating mortal affairs, and appeared to crave recognition only from his fellows. He was reportedly slain in AD 1204.
Colard de Parcey
This sly courtier of the House of Fabricius is known among mortals as the Lord of Parcey in the Free County of Burgundy and also of Christopolis in the Kingdom of Thessalonica.
Mabile de Montceau
A Toreador ancilla and Sinner noted for her love of pleasure, passion for the hunt and thrill for the kill, Lady Mabile was the consort of Felix of Vaucluse. She was destroyed along with her love in April of 1204.
Marcel de Villiers
A dangerous brute in the pay of the House of Fabricius, Marcel de Villiers was staked in the attack on Lucien's bogus treasure boat. He was a captive of the Baron's Gangrel, but later gained his freedom and made a name for himself as a thug for hire.
This mysterious figure, an almost forgotten childe of the late Patriarch Michael, has long haunted the western provinces of the Byzantine empire, intent on her inscrutable intrigues. Since 1204, she has been increasingly active in Constantinople.
Owner and operator of a tavern and inn at the port of Thessalonica, this Greek Toreador is often the first point of contact for Cainites arriving in the city.
An incorrigible, self-serving pirate, this Tzimisce also has a good head for numbers and strategy. He served his sire as seneschal of Thessalonica for several years, and Veceslav Basarab as warden of Tihuta for a decade before leaving to seek his fortune.
Thibauld de Bayeux
The roguish, gallant Prince of Thessalonica since 1204, this Norman Ventrue seems like he would be more at home in the Toreador Courts of Love than ruling a farflung Greek city. He was a less than faithful pilgrim of the Fourth Cainite Crusade.