Francisca Santos dos Rodrigues

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Francisca Santos dos Rodrigues

  • Alternative Names: Ozana Vargas, Julia Azevedo
  • Embrace date: 17th or 18th Century
  • Generation: unknown for sure, at least 9th
  • Clan: Lasombra
  • Sire: Unknown
  • Affiliation: Red List
  • Current Location: Unknown
  • ST Point of Contact: MES ANST Masquerade
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General Information

Francisca Santos dos Rodrigues is an infernalist who is thought to have been Embraced sometime within the last 300 years in Brazil. The infernal Lasombra has dark black skin, brown eyes, and wears her hair naturally. She has not lost touch with her fellow Brazilians, and has adopted a signature style that speaks volumes about who she is and what she wants. Francisca wears tight, tapered jeans, high heels, and a form-fitting wrapped blouse that’s tied at the side of her waist. She wears gold jewelry and a pendant that’s hammered into the shape of an ancient demonic sigil. Rumors swirl in Francisca’s wake and rumors of her being sighted, perhaps in disguise have begun to surface.

Titles and Accolades

Red Listed

Known Childer

  • None Known

Past Locations

  • São Paolo

Privileged Information

Lasombra Lore:

  • Suspected to be an Angellis Ater

Baali Lore:

  • Angellis Ater

Camarilla Lore:

  • Francisca Santos dos Rodrigues is an infernalist who is thought to have been Embraced sometime within the last 300 years in Brazil. Within the Camarilla, Alastors believe that she was born in the coastal city of Santos and that she married and moved to São Paolo where she birthed twins. Records in possession of the Justicariate show that Francisca was arrested for slaughtering her sons and offering their organs to the devil as payment for her blessings. She spent a single night in prison, and escaped shortly afterward. Many suspect that everything they have learned about Francisca, every piece of evidence the Archons, Josians, and Alastors have uncovered — including the Anathema’s name — are all lies planted to disguise her true identity. The Justicariate first learned about Francisca Santos dos Rodrigues in 2009 CE while investigating rumors of infernalism. The investigation led the Archons to a church where Francisca was performing Dark Thaumaturgy rituals. The Archons were too late, but the desecration of a mortal’s holy place of worship was an act that was sure to ignite a mob or force the locals into a state of paranoia — fueling the mortal hunter activity. Recognizing the danger in her actions, the Archons lured Francisca into the ruins of an abandoned holy place. Shortly before dawn, Francisca snuck into the site where the Archons were hiding, but did not spring the trap. The Archons watched in horror as the profane vampire attempted to recruit all who were present for, she claimed, a great darkness was coming. By the time the Archons were ready to strike the infernalist down Francisca had gone on the offensive, blinding her enemies as she fled into the night. Whatever demonic lord she serves, it is one that has forced her to operate unlike any infernalist the Justicariate has ever seen before. This profane vampire does not hide under the guise of a friend or ally. Instead, Francisca Santos dos Rodrigues flaunts her dark powers whilst recruiting her peers, all the while spreading the taint of the infernal for whichever demon she serves. In these modern nights she is number 13 on the Red List and its most recent addition.
  • While the Camarilla were the sect that has had primary interactions with Francisca, the Sabbat is well aware of her presence. Starting in 2009 CE, the Grand Inquisitor has been sending Judges and Knights to the locations where she was heard of. Hunter activity caused the Sabbat to stall their pursuit… for now. The Grand Inquisitor has taken a personal interest in her, attempting to monitor her behavior, but the infernalist uses methods that the Sabbat Inquisition are unaccustomed to and so has been impossible to be pinned down.


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