Shadow Name:Chaplain

Real Name: Maryanne Santos


Order: Silver Ladder

Cabal:Ebon N0ose

Mental Attributes Physical Attributes Social Attributes
Intelligence 5 Strength 2 Presence 3
Wits 2 Dexterity 2 Manipulation 3
Resolve 3 Stamina 3 Composure 3

Mental Skills Physical Skills Social Skills
Academics 4 (theology) Athletics 1 Animal Ken 0
Computer 1 Brawl 1 Empathy 2
Crafts 0 Drive 1 Expression 1 (Piano)
Investigation 1 Firearms 0 Intimidation 1
Medicince 1 Larceny 1 Persuasion 3 (lying)
Occult 1 Stealth 0 Socialize 2
Politics 2 Survival 0 Steetwise 1
Science 1 Weaponry 0 Subterfuge 2 (lying)

Contacts (Academia, Local Pagans), Hallow (Personal)
1, High Speech, Language (Latin, Spanish), Meditative
Mind, Resources 2, Sanctum (Personal) 1, Sanctum (Shared)
2, Status (Consilium 1, Order 2), Striking Looks 2

Willpower: 6
Wisdom: 6
Virtue: Hope
Vice: Pride
Initiative: 5
Defense: 3
Speed: 9
Health: 8
Gnosis: 3

Fate 4
Mind 4
Prime 4
Spirit 3

Fate — Reading the Outmost Eddies (•), The Evil Eye (••)
Mind — One Mind, Two Thoughts (•), misperception(••), Emotional Urging (••), Telepathy (•••) Greater augment mind (••••)
Prime — Dispel Magic (•)
Spirit — Spirit Tongue (•)


Though she doesn’t talk about it,
Maryanne Santos actually had a relatively normal childhood,
outstanding only for her amazing intellect. She was
loved by both of her parents, and enjoyed a close relationship
with her father’s older brother Hector, who had
served as a chaplain in the army. It was on account of
Hector’s influence that she developed an interest in the
ideas of religion and morality. Right around freshman
year of high school, though, such studies took a backseat
to Maryanne’s growing concern over how her traditional
and conservative parents would react to her attraction to
other girls. Instead of dealing with the issue, she withdrew
from her family, turning away from the Church and
embracing paganism.
By the time Maryanne left home, she had never confided
the truth of her sexual orientation to her family.
Somehow feeling that things were falling apart in her life
without being able to put a finger on what was wrong, she
moved to Salem. Looking back now, she thinks it might
have been guilt over never even giving her parents the
chance to know why she had been pulling away from them
for years. But it was not this inner struggle that led
Maryanne to the Awakening; while crossing the street on
a quiet Sunday night, she was hit by a drunk driver. While
comatose, Maryanne found her way to a great tower of
silver and reclaimed her life. (To this day, even the
Nemean remarks that hers was the most unusual Acanthus
Awakening he has ever heard of.) It was by chance
that Anacaona found her and discovered enough of
Maryanne’s new nature to bring her to the Nemean’s
attention. After her induction into the Silver Ladder, she
began to call herself Chaplain, in honor of her uncle, and
to suit her role as the Noose’s resident theologian.


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