Who’s Who: Dante of the Horn Coven
He’s somewhat of an artist, but drawing isn’t his real passion; he has an interest in programming, software engineering, and–much to the surprise of other vampires–game design.
Who’s Who: The Vampire Twins from the Maeng Coven
The Maeng twins may disagree on music, clothes, and partners, but they agree on a few things: animals are precious, vegans are tasty (feeding on them makes them “honorary” vegans, right?), beauty products should be cruelty-free, red is a great color, and laziness is the worst trait a person could have.
Who’s Who: Nuala the Banshee
Yes, Nuala can technically kill people with her wail, but that’s at her discretion. As a young fairy, she had an affinity for sound and empathic magick, which aided her in controlling the deadliness of her shriek. So instead of killing any audience Empty Obsessions might have, she attracts a big crowd and keeps them…
Who’s Who: Taeyang of the Death Division
Taeyang collects vinyl records of jazz, ragtime, swing, and blues music. His favorites are Jelly Roll Morton, Leadbelly, and Bessie Smith.
Who’s Who: Jude of the Bruton Coven
Jude was attacked by a wolf once when he was very young, and developed a fear of most animals shortly after. He thinks there is some truth to the Babylonian belief that cats escort the dead to the underworld, while there has been no evidence to support this.
Who’s Who: Ritchie the Ghost
He changes his appearance fairly often, though not enough to completely alter his appearance. He mainly changes his hair color and adds tattoos to his body, while only occasionally changing his eye color.
Who’s Who: Horace of the Bruton Coven
Horace and Jude took advantage of the hippie movement in the sixties and seventies to travel the world. Because he’s well-travelled, Horace has learned Hindi, Tamil, Urdu, and German, and he’s a member of the International Language Club.