INACTIVE - Amos Mallory - Brujah

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Post by DERG on Sun Nov 16, 2014 3:01 pm

INACTIVE - Amos Mallory - Brujah 576bd5_d35f276b963344b6829ee81de0bb2839.jpg_srz_p_179_238_75_22_0.50_1.20_0

Clan: Brujah

Appearance 1| Charisma 3 | Presence 2 | Intimidate 4

Appearance 1: The right side of Mallory's face is masked in burn scars. While his mouth and eye are mostly unaffected, the flesh is deformed and warped. Patches of splotchy, wax-like skin form a webbing of hard-to-miss hideousness. This, combined with a measure of notoriety from the scars themselves, leads him to cover his face with bandannas or balaclavas when in public (for what little it actually accomplishes).

Mallory stands just under six feet tall with the  posture of a coiled serpent. Intense brown eyes peer out from behind a shroud more often than not. Short Coats or dusters are standard, dropping to billow at waist or thigh length and filter into well-worn pants and trail boots. Hanging from one loop of a notched leather belt is a gleaming steel hatchet, and from the other side, a polished revolver. Several small bags and nondescript trinkets are fastened securely to the belt.

Mortals can't help but glance from a distance as subtle curiosity wars against the uneasy feelings that trail in the wake of his presence. A perpetual scowl (pinched in his eyes if not his covered mouth) does little to encourage the approach of rubbernecking individuals.

Fame 2: "The Wayfaring Squall"

The crew of a privateer vessel known as The Wayfarer terrorized British trade ships for years of the American Revolution before a formal navy was ever installed. The scarred captain became known as "The Wayfaring Squall" or just "The Squall" due to the swift and brutal hit-and-run tactics employed against other ships. Few plundered vessels remained afloat, and those that did housed no survivors. Although initially believed to have been captured or killed during battle, the captain and The Wayfarer reappeared at the tail end of the war and continued severing British supply lines with a new-found ferocity until independence was won. It has been several decades since the end of the revolution, and tales of the disfigured corsair still weave through the frontier's trails and villages, passing from one traveler to the next. Rumor has it The Squall, now an old man, roams the western wilds - although few can attest to meeting him themselves.

Noticeable Merits and Flaws

Distinguishing Characteristic [2 point] - You have a physical feature that makes you very easy to pick out in crowds, such as elaborate tattoos, a scar, or an obvious birthmark. Try as he might with masks or hats (or both), Mallory's facial burns are impossible to hide in their entirety.

Eerie Presence - Mortals have an unconscious awareness of your undead nature, which makes then anxious and ill at ease in your presence. Because of this, difficulties of all rolls relating to social interaction with mortals are increased by two.

Bruiser - Your appearance is sufficiently thug-like to inspire fear (or at least disquiet) in those who see you. While you’re not necessarily ugly, you do radiate a quiet menace, to the point where people cross the street to avoid passing near you. All Intimidation rolls against those who have not demonstrated their physical superiority to you are at -1 difficulty.

Inoffensive to Animals - With rare exceptions, animals usually despise the Kindred. Some flee, others attack, but all dislike being in the presence of a vampire. You have no such problem. Animals may not enjoy being in your company, but they don’t actively flee from you.[/b][/b]


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