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|name = Boukephos
| class="odd" | Name: || class="even" | Boukephos
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|alias = Francisco Diego del Belmonte
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|embraced = ''unknown''
| class="odd" | Born: || class="even" | Unknown
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|death = [[1999 (WOD)|1999 CE]]
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|clan = [[Lasombra (VTM)|Lasombra]]
| class="odd" | Mother: || class="even" | Unknown
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|generation = [[Fourth Generation|4th]]
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|sire = [[Lasombra Antediluvian]]
| class="odd" | Father: || class="even" | Unknown
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|childer =
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* [[Geoffrey of Richmond]]
| class="odd" | Embraced: || class="even" | Unknown
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* [[Marcellus Rufus]] ([[112 (WOD)|112 CE]])
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* [[Tercio Bravo]]
| class="odd" | Clan: || class="even" | [[Lasombra]]
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|allegiance =
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|rank =
| class="odd" | Generation: || class="even" | 4th
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}}
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'''Boukephos''', also known as ''Francisco Diego del Belmonte'', is a [[childe]] of the [[Lasombra Antediluvian]].
| class="odd" | Sire: || class="even" | [[Lasombra (Antediluvian)|[Lasombra]]]
 
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| class="odd" | Childer: || class="even" | [[Silvester de Ruiz]]
 
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| class="odd" | Allegiance: || class="even" | Unknown
 
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==Biography==
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Boukephos was a [[Greece (WOD)|Greek]] tyrant and philosopher active in the Aegean Sea after his [[Embrace (VTM)|Embrace]]. By the time of the [[History of Rome (WOD)#Founding of the Roman State|rise of Rome]] he was a regular attendant of the [[Eternal Senate]].
   
== Appears In ==
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Junior to [[Montano]] but senior to [[Gratiano de Veronese|Gratiano]], Boukephos was a force to be reckoned within the Lasombra hierarchy. To young [[Cainites]] during the [[War of Princes]], Boukephos was the one of their [[elders]] who stayed current with the times.
   
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Like his [[sire]], Boukephos was a notorious wanderer, often absent from politics while educating his [[childer]] and grandchilder (including his great-grandchilder, as [[Talley the Hound]] can verify). He was one of three elder Lasombra that knew the [[Obtenebration (VTM)|Obtenebration]] power of ''[[Obtenebration (VTM)#Advanced Powers|Tchernabog]]'', and was considered one of the true masters of Obtenebration (the Antediluvian and Montano being the other two).
   
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According to the ''[[Encyclopaedia Vampirica]]'', Boukephos was destroyed during the [[Sabbat]]-[[Camarilla (VTM)|Camarilla]] conflict on the East Coast of the [[United States (WOD)|United States]] in [[1999 (WOD)|1999]].
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==References==
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* {{b|VTDA|Vampire: The Dark Ages|page=6}}
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* {{b|VTDA|Libellus Sanguinis 1: Masters of the State|page=31}}
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* {{b|VTDA|Dark Tyrants|page=18-19}}
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* {{b|VTM|Encyclopaedia Vampirica|page=37}}
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* {{b|VTM|Clanbook: Lasombra|pdf=77}}
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[[Category:Lasombra]]
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[[Category:Fourth Generation vampires]]
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[[Category:Methuselahs]]
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[[Category:Vampire: The Dark Ages characters]]
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[[Category:Vampire: The Masquerade character]]

Latest revision as of 14:36, December 4, 2019

Boukephos, also known as Francisco Diego del Belmonte, is a childe of the Lasombra Antediluvian.

BiographyEdit

Boukephos was a Greek tyrant and philosopher active in the Aegean Sea after his Embrace. By the time of the rise of Rome he was a regular attendant of the Eternal Senate.

Junior to Montano but senior to Gratiano, Boukephos was a force to be reckoned within the Lasombra hierarchy. To young Cainites during the War of Princes, Boukephos was the one of their elders who stayed current with the times.

Like his sire, Boukephos was a notorious wanderer, often absent from politics while educating his childer and grandchilder (including his great-grandchilder, as Talley the Hound can verify). He was one of three elder Lasombra that knew the Obtenebration power of Tchernabog, and was considered one of the true masters of Obtenebration (the Antediluvian and Montano being the other two).

According to the Encyclopaedia Vampirica, Boukephos was destroyed during the Sabbat-Camarilla conflict on the East Coast of the United States in 1999.

ReferencesEdit

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