Mysancta spends as much time as possible in shadow form, extruding semi-tangible paws to push around a silver frame on which servants drape a mystic’s robes. The voice that echoes thinly out of the frame, gives the impression of the speaker being right on the other side of it or in some deeper unseen room. As Mysancta has no physical form and actively disdains the idea, gendered pronouns are uninteresting to Mysancta, and so the neutral “they” is considered most appropriate.
Mysancta is a great scholar of the Sabbat. An experienced adept to Abyss Mysticism, they began spending most of their time in Shadow Form as soon as they had gained the ability, and whatever life they had led before that time and before the embrace became lost to the shadows. Mysancta remained active, speaking with their fellow Sabbat through a silver mirror and interacting with the physical world via paw-like limbs of solid darkness. A dedicated student of the mysteries of the Abyss, Mysancta is prone to tedious speeches about the masteries of darkness possible only to those who forsake the flesh. Their travels and whereabouts are often a mystery to those outside of their lineage since they rarely assume tangible form.
Mysancta detests the light and in the modern age areas of pure darkness are almost impossible to find. They spend a great deal of time travelling the Abyss from place to place reviewing their studies for anything they might have missed. Mysancta is more than willing to teach the differences of the variant paths of Night to those that will listen.
Time Frame for Embraces: 5 CE to 1600 CE Requirements:
- PC Sects/Factions: Sabbat
- Path: Path of Night (Lightless Path of Night is favored).
- Skills: 3 points between Occult and Lore.
- Merit: Must have a minimum of 3 pts. of Lasombra Clan Merits
- Special: Mysancta would never embrace anyone that would obsess over the physical form or appearance, they would more be attracted to embracing mortals that shunned the light and being seen, vagrants, etc.
- Special: Mysancta would also embrace those that studied darkness or similarly showed interest in Abyss Mysticism.