| Full Name:
|| Aubrey Roseland Giovanni
| Apparent Age:
|| Early 20's
|| Club owner, Medium, Dona of Prospect
|| Bon Vivant
| Merits of Note:
- She can see and speak to the dead
- Hangs out with Bikers
- likes Cowboy hats
- Experienced the old west first hand.
- She speaks several languages among them Latin, Aramaic and Apache.
- Body alteration and modification
♦ Oh Death
- Oh, Death
Won't you spare me over another year?
Well, what is this I can't see
With ice cold hands taking hold of me?
When God is gone and the Devil takes hold
Who will have mercy on your soul?
No wealth, no ruin, no silver, no gold
Nothing satisfies me but your soul
Well I am Death, none can excel
I'll open the doors to Heaven or Hell
My name is Death and the end is here...
♦ Druitt:"You have my respect."
♦ Arik: All the best my friend.
♦ Arec:"A good man"
♦ Baldassare:"So very interested in the other side."
♦ Rocco:Flex for us
♦ Alessandra:"Gabriel's dear sister."
♦ Pietro:Keeper of the Library
♦ Rinaldo:Dearest brother, Oh how I have missed you.
♦ Charli:"Want some candy little girl?"
♦ Silvana:Lost now found, what will you do little bird when you realize your cage no longer has it's door closed.
♦ Calamity:"Old friend and confidant."
♦ Slayton Krenshaw:Cowboy, nuff said.
♦ Apone:"Some say you're evil, I say you're fun."
White Hats - No offense intended, but if you consider yourself a 'White' Hat character that thinks the same moral code which says it's wrong for someone to feed just to survive also justifies you murdering them for it, or that somehow you have moral authority over anyone other then yourself and get to run around acting like a full blown sociopath when it's convenient and a normal functioning human being when it's not; chances are I'll just not be all that interested in RPing with you. It's the World of Darkness. Monsters are real. Bad things happen. Both those bad things, and your response to those bad things will have lasting effects on you. If you don't want to RP that out, then don't take part in that kind of RP. The sword cuts both ways."