Fable Caron

A small, pale child with bright, green eyes, dressed in a more mature fashion, and wearing a scarf (or a hat) on her head.

Description:

Fable Caron appears to be a cute enough girl of about 10-years old. She dresses well – in the style of the day, though somewhat conservatively, demonstrating her awareness of the disparity between fashion and her child’s body.

The Toreador Primogen seems to have a hat fixation, as she is never seen without some stylish headgear, often worn over a patterned scarf. Observant characters may note the scar just above the bridge of her nose, often concealed by such headgear.

Bio:

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_Our purpose is not solely to rule, but to guide and steer. We cannot simply “get by.” We must use these gifts to better the world around us – whether through our art, our actions, or the way we lead those who must follow in our wake.

A precocious piano prodigy, Fable Caron’s embrace was the unfortunate result of a moment of passion. Her Sire, Cassandra Stark was so enthralled with the child’s musical ability, she embraced her on the spot. Regretful of her actions, but determined to nurture the fledgling’s talent, Cassandra took her new protege away from her home in New Orleans (where the elder Vampire feared persecution for breaking the Tradition of Progeny), and set up a new home for them in San Augustin’s Barrett District.

In San Augustin, Fable Caron thrived under the watchful eye of her Sire, and that of the other Toreador in the City. Once she overcame the initial fear and confusion brought on by the Embrace, Fable was groomed for power within the Clan and the City. From Performer and Entertainer, to Whip, Harpy, and now Primogen – all with the support of her Clan.

In these nights, Fable takes her position as Primogen seriously, though she would much rather be in her Victory Heights studio composing music. A proponent of classical piano and the harpsichord, Fable (or her music) is a regular staple at the Victory Theater; and the only complaint about their leader from the Toreador rank and file is her unwillingness to throw herself into the nightly games and intrigue of Elysium.

Fable’s leadership decisions tend to reflect her very modern – human-centric philosophies, and the Toreador Primogen has never supported any act by the Prince or the Council that didn’t somehow further the cause of Humanity, either the kine around them, or within the Kindred themselves. Fable Caron is seen by some as an agent – not just of civilization – but of enlightenment within the Camarilla hierarchy.

Fable Caron

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