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In the various White Wolf game lines, various characters will be marked as signature characters, and thus used extensively in example text, in fiction, splatbooks, source material and the like. In the original World of Darkness games, signature characters were often involved in advancing the metaplot. While Exalted does have signature characters, the game's less rigorous metaplot means that they are generally less significant.

Signature characters can also represent certain aspects of World of Darkness concepts, such as a clan, an Auspice, or another division of power; for example, the Orpheus signature characters also match up with and represent a Shade and/or Lament.

Chronicles of Darkness

Vampire: The Requiem

Werewolf: The Forsaken

Mage: The Awakening

Promethean: The Created

Lineages:

Refinements

Changeling: The Lost

Hunter: The Vigil

World of Darkness

Vampire: The Masquerade

Dark Ages: Vampire

Clans
Roads

Werewolf: The Apocalypse

Tribes
Auspice
Other


Werewolf: The Wild West

Tribes

Auspice

Other


Mage: The Ascension

Traditions

Technocracy

Other

Mage: The Sorcerer's Crusade

Traditions
Order of Reason

Wraith: The Oblivion

Changeling: The Dreaming

Kindred of the East

Hunter: The Reckoning

Mummy: The Resurrection

Demon: The Fallen

Orpheus

Exalted

Solar Exalted

Dragon-Blooded

Lunar Exalted

Abyssal Exalted

Sidereal Exalted

Alchemical Exalted

Infernal Exalted

Fair Folk

  • Diplomat Caste: Lord Kazour, Neshi of the Double Whips
  • Entertainer Caste: Subarto, Dilari of the Sea Foam
  • Warrior Caste: Nlassa of the Lion's Mane, Laughing Boy
  • Worker Caste: Shikuzi the Weaver, Judge Nehemeth

Scion

  • Aesir: Eric Donner/Donner
  • Amatsukami: Yukiko Kuromizu/Dutiful Princess of Black Water
  • Atzlanti: Aaron Tigrillo/Obsidian Jaguar
  • Dodekatheon: Donnie Rhodes/Adonis Rhodos
  • Loa: Brigitte De La Croix/Baronne De La Croix
  • Pesedjet: Horace Farrow/Harsihar

Trinity Universe

Sword & Sorcery

References

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