The secret origins of this legendary and fearsome Discipline have been lost, but its purpose is well known: Suikast was devised to destroy Dracula. The Turkish bloodline known as “the Dragonslayers” has been described more than once as little more than a delivery system for this dreaded power. The Suikast Discipline is well known within the covenant of Ordo Dracul as being associated with the Azerkatil bloodline.

For more details, purchase the VTR: Ordo Dracul (book) Bullet-pdf Bullet-nip sourcebook for Vampire: the Requiem.

Powers Edit

  • Menu hover bulletMenu bulletMenu bulletMenu bulletMenu bullet Will Against Wyrm - The basic power of Suikast helps the Azerkatil to maintain his wits in the face of a savage foe. With this power, the Dragonslayer refines his resistance against the most hindering weakness of a killer: fear.
  • Menu hover bulletMenu hover bulletMenu bulletMenu bulletMenu bullet Serene Ferocity - A character with this power seems bred with an instinctual ability to battle the Damned. Even when given over to the Beast, the character is able to manage some cunning.
  • Menu hover bulletMenu hover bulletMenu hover bulletMenu bulletMenu bullet Taste of the Dragon - A Kindred with this power has a formidable ability to draw insight from the mere scent and taste of another Kindred’s blood. By drinking the Vitae of another vampire — and risking all the associated effects — the character gains a kind of mystical connection to the subject.
  • Menu hover bulletMenu hover bulletMenu hover bulletMenu hover bulletMenu bullet The Dragon's Own Fire - With this power, a Dragonslayer with Vitae in his system is never without a weapon — his blood is his weapon.
  • Menu hover bulletMenu hover bulletMenu hover bulletMenu hover bulletMenu hover bullet Burn the Dragon's Blood - The curse of the Dragonslayers turns blood into soot, robbing other vampires of their ability to heal and spark the supernatural powers of their own Vitae.


  • The word "Suikast" literally means assassination in Turkish.

References Edit

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Animalism · Celerity · Obfuscate · Resilience · Vigor


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