the act of consuming another Kindred's blood
a vampire ranking between the elders and the neonates
the areas of a city unfit for life
Relationship between two vampires where one has partaken of the other's blood thrice
a vampire's heritage
a collection of Kindred legend and history
a member of the race of Caine
vampire of an unknown clan or no clan
sect of vampires devoted to maintaining the Masquarade
traditional name for the Tremere headquarters
vampire created throught the Embrace
vampires who share common characteristics passed on through the Blood
the consumption of another Kindred's Blood, to the point of final death
a ghoul's master
a place where vampires may gather without fear of harm
the act of transforming a mortal into a vampire
when a vampire ceases to exist
the number of "steps" between a vampire and Caine
a minion created by giving a bit of vampiric vitae to a mortal without draining them of blood first
a fabled state of vampiric transcendence
the urge to feed
term for mortals
a werewolf, the natural and mortal enemy of the vampire race
the Tradition of hiding the existence of vampires from humanity (two words)
a young Kindred, more than a fledgling
the right of Princes to govern
all of a given vampire's childer collectively
a human who serves a vampire master
sect of vampires that rejects humanity, embracing their monstrous nature
vampire sect that opposes the Camarilla
a vampire's begetter; the Kindred who created them
someone under the effects of a Blood Bond
a derogatory term for a young Kindred
a vampire lost to the Beast
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