Your favorite Vampire clan/bloodline?

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meefman
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Your favorite Vampire clan/bloodline?

Out of all the official clans and bloodlines (no homebrew), which one is your favorite? What are some of your runners up? For me, I have to say the Nosferatu clan is my number one favorite. They have Potence for combat situations, Obfuscate for disguising and stealth, and Animalism for utility/minions. Yes, they do have an Appearance of 0, but that's what Obfuscate is for. :)

Some of my other picks are the Malkavians, Tremere, and Ravnos.

Scythia
My favourite

My favourite are the Ahrimanes. As an artificial bloodline that one had to be invited into, they were a rarity among vampires. Also, their discipline of Spiritus allowed them to interact with a world completely inaccessible to most vampires.

It didn't hurt either that their base was in an area I'm pretty familiar with, having spent parts of my childhood in the mountains of West Virginia.

meefman
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Yes, the Ahrimanes are very

Yes, the Ahrimanes are very cool. I confess I've never played one. Spiritus is an interesting discipline.

Scythia
Not surprised

They had a pretty narrow window of canon existence, and were only statted in a storyteller book, so I'm not surprised to hear that anyone might not have played one. I'm just happy you actually knew what they were.

meefman
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I only know of them because I

I only know of them because I have a program that was made in the 90s called Vampgen. It had practically every clan and bloodline in it, even old clans from dark ages. It also had the option for Ahrimanes. I looked up them and Spiritus after seeing them in the program. I still use Vampgen to this day, as a sort of "digital 3 ring binder" to store all my past PCs and NPCs so I don't need to have physical copies of their sheets. It has the happy additional benefit of letting me create new NPCs much faster than with pencil and paper. I actually emailed the creator about a year or two ago with a technical question (what font part of it used) and he was amazed someone still even knew about over 10 years after he'd made it. :)

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