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  • Clan Ventrue

    Clan Ventrue, or the Warlords, as they are also called, are the predominant vampires of Britannia. Hailed from the Inconnu Warlords of Rome and it's allies, they arrived with the Legions and settled on the island. Ever since the arrival of Mithras, the …

  • Clan Brujah

    Clan Brujah, or the Zealots as they┬┤re sometimes called, are nowadays quite numerous in Britannia. Considering the past enmity of the clans, Clan Brujah had a hard time in Britannia during the Roman era, since many of the elder vampires in the area …

  • Clan Lasombra

    Clan Lasombra, or the Magisters, as they are called, have recently began increasing in numbers on the island, after a period of decline. Since the [[Clan Ventrue|Warlords]] in general, and [[Mithras]] in particular have a certain dislike towards the Clan …

  • Clan Nosferatu

    Clan Nosferatu, or the Lepers, as they sometimes are known, are rumored to have existed nearly as long as the [[Clan Ventrue|Warlords]] or the [[Clan Gangrel|Animals]] on the island, but no one can say this for certain. Indeed, for a Clan whose members …

  • Clan Gangrel

    Clan Gangrel, or the Animals, are rumored to be the first of the vampiric Clans in Britannia, predating even [[Clan Ventrue|the Ventrue]] and [[Clan Toreador|the Toreador]]. Their ancient progenitors visited the islands and left their childer to roam the …

  • Clan Malkavian

    Clan Malkavian, or simply the Madmen, have a long history in Britannia. As one of the three Clans dominating the Roman Empire, the children of Malkav had a position of respect unheard of amongst the [[Low Clans]]. This was also true in Britannia. …

  • Clan Toreador

    Clan Toreador, or the Artisans as they're called, were the third Clan to rule the Roman Nights, alongside [[Clan Ventrue]] and [[Clan Malkavian]]. Naturally, this setup extended to other parts of the Empire, and thus to Britannia. The Artisans prowled the …

  • Others

    h4. Clan Cappadocian The Clan of Death, or the Graverobbers, have had a shy presence in Britannia. They used to number at least a dozen members, of whom several were elders, until quite recently, when several individuals either have been slain in the …