In her mortal days, Prudence Stone was a very fey child, prone to visions, and she foresaw that her family would leave England in favor of the New World, even being able to name the ship on which they would leave their former home. Within New England, her gift was seen with suspicion by the puritan priests, as well as her tendency to wander around in the woods in the afternoons.
During one of her stays outside, the day ended and she saw an obfuscated Nosferatu lurking in the woods. The Nosferatu, fascinated by the girl's talent, became her friend, and Prudence began to stay in the woods at night for long periods of time. Soon, the first accusations of witchcraft and other foulness spread. By the time she turned 18, she was sentenced to be hanged. The Nosferatu, however, did not want to let this happen. He gave the girl a vial with his blood, which would save her from death and would prepare her to join him in the night. When she was hanged, her future sire cut her loose and gave her the Embrace.
Her gift of the Second Sight did not vanish when Prudence entered undeath, and she continued to use it to keep New England free from Sabbat influence. She is a voice of great respect among the Nosferatu of New England and later proved vital in dismantling the Web of Stanford Warwick, a power-hungry Nosferatu that desired the Princedom of Providence, Rhode Island.