Camille T'sien is one of the few western Cainites that has stayed in Hong Kong. She is acting as both Pedder’s and the Camarilla’s agent to determine the plans of the Eastern vampires and whether or not they pose a threat to the Kindred of the West.
When Hong Kong acquired Kowloon and the New Territories from China, Hong Kong’s Camarilla Prince, Robert Pedder knew that there would be a time when Hong Kong would slip into the grasp of China. He set about cultivating a “sleeper” agent when he could no longer be an active part in Asian politics. He found it in Camille T’sien, the daughter of a bored French diplomat and a Cantonese Artist.
Pedder met Camille when she was 18. He was immediatly smitten by her and undertook steps to ensure that she would be his: He seduced and dominated her, sent her diplomat father back to France, had her biological father killed, introduced her to the Euroasian community and arranged to have her education as a “hostess”. Then when the time was right, he Embraced her, blood bound her and put her to work for him.
Camille became the sought after “entertainer”, with a little help from Pedder. She flirted with the Who’s Who of British society, chinese power-brokers, politicians, and culture icons. She was able to pick out secrets left and right. For the next decade, Pedder and Camille plotted to make way for Pedder’s eventual departure and Camille staying on as his spy.
Embrace: 1922 (born 1898)
Apparent Age: 24
Physical: Strength 3, Dexterity 4, Stamina 3
Social: Charisma 5, Manipulation 3, Appearance 4
Mental: Perception 3, Intelligence 3, Wits 4
Abilities: Alertness 2, Athletics 2, Brawl 1, Bureaucracy 3, Dodge 3, Drive 2, Etiquette 4, Finances 2, Firearms 1, Intimidation 1, Leadership 1, Linguistics 3, Melee 3, Occult 1, Performance (Hostess) 4, Politics 3, Stealth 2, Streetwise 1
Disciplines: Auspex 2, Celerity 1, Dominate 4, Obfuscate 2, Presence 4, Protean 2
Backgrounds: Allies 2, Contacts 2, Mentor (Pedder) 3, Resources 3
Virtues: Conscience 4, Self-Control 4, Courage 3
Morality: Humanity 7
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