Damian of York

Glory is like a circle in the water,
Which never ceaseth to enlarge itself,
Till by broad spreading it disperses to naught.

King Henry the Sixth, William Shakespeare


Damian, Baron of York and Lord of Yorkshire.
Age: Elder
Lineage: Ventrue, of the line of Mithras

Description: A powerful Ventrue that emerged from the darkness of Europe's politics around the turn of the eleventh century, Damian has ruled York for one hundred years. Rumor has it that he has some personal connection to Mithras himself. His origins are a mystery, though some claim that 'Damian' is only a moniker and that he does not have a drop of Greek blood in him. Others testify he helped lead the most recent Crusade against Constantinople, muttering about a centuries-old vendetta and similar conspiracies. He is commonly known to hold a nocturnal Court regularly within the empty halls of Castle York after all the nobles have retired to their estates, administering to Cainite concerns.