Not-so-Quiet, academic Mekhet of the Ordo Dracul
Name: Keket Moore
Concept: Scholar/Keeper of Secrets
Covenant: Ordo Dracul
Mental Attributes: Intelligence 3, Wits 3, Resolve 3
Physical Attributes: Strength 2, Dexterity 2, Stamina 2
Social Attributes: Presence 2, Manipulation 2, Composure 3
Mental Skills: Academics (Research, History) 3, Computer 1, Investigation 1, Occult 3 (Kindred), Politics 2, Science 1
Physical Skills: Athletics 1, Brawl 1, Larceny 1, Stealth 1
Social Skills: Empathy 1, Expression 2, Intimidation 1, Persuasion 1, Socialize 1, Subterfuge (Lying) 2
Merits: Resources 3, Status (Ordo Dracul) 4, Contacts (Reporters, Cultists) 2, , Status (Goodwill CoTC) 1, Allies (Caelinus) 0, Allies (Barnes) 0, Sworn 1, Riding the Wave 5, Unnatural Affinity 1(Fae).
Disciplines: Obfuscate 2, Auspex 2, Celerity 1, Dominate 2, Coil of Ascendance 5, Thaumaturgy 6 (Creation 1, Protection 2, Transmutation 6, Destruction 1, Divination 2)
Sanguinary Invigoration Scale
Keket Moore was an educated woman, an unusual sight for the time. Her parents had no sons, and she was the oldest daughter. At the age of 22, still unmarried in 1910, she drew the attention of a Mekhet Cartian who had been watching her as she worked in the women’s rights movement. Taken from her mortal life, she withdrew, no longer able to stand out as much, she took to her second passion… study. She delved into the occult, learning of the various traditions and stories, especially about her own kind. Through the years she finally joined the Ordu Dracul… finding he passion for activism… gone, and seeking change…
In modern nights she is a part of a cult at the Public Library, using her abilities and blood to keep the cult together, and feeding her. Her occult knowledge gives her an edge and allows her some measure of status in the circle. The cult doesn’t know her true nature, too intoxicated on its Thelemic practices to notice. She makes money working at the same library, doing tasks at night and keeping the latest hours, while working on her own academic interests. She is a published author on occult studies, passing along false myths about her kind even, but has no real recognition for it.