Nights of the Camarilla
Domina Fausta Maria Antonia
A Proper Roman Woman
Mental Intelligence 3, Wits 2, Resolve 3
Physical Strength 2, Dexterity 2, Stamina 3 (+ 1 Resilience)
Social Presence 2 (+ 1 Majesty), Manipulation 2, Composure 2
Mental Academics 1, Crafts 2 (Weaving), Investigation 1, Medicine 1, Occult 1, Religion 1
Physical Athletics 1, Larceny 1, Ride 1, Stealth 1
Social Animal Ken 1, Empathy 3, Expression 1 (Lyre), Persuasion 2, Socialize 3, Subterfuge 1
Merits Contacts 1 (Roman Matrons), Language 1 (Greek), Noble Heritage 1, Protected 2, Resources 3, Staff 2
Disciplines Majesty 1, Resilience 1
Traits Health 9, Willpower 5, Humanity 7, Size 5, Speed 9, Defense 3, Armor 0, Integrity 2, Initiative 5
~ Raise my family with Naso
~ Get to know Beatrix
~ Learn more about my brother
Silken garments, jewelry, lyre, horse, slaves
Elder sister of Gaius, Fausta was born into the Marii and grew up a well-mannered noble girl, before being wed to Gnaeus Cuspius Lanatus in a deal that the man thought would earn him better regard by being adopted into the family. Aside from a good son and some of his earnings casually given as allowance, Gnaeus hardly gave any other benefit to the family, and spent much of his time away from home at work, and just as often, drinking, dicing, and visiting the brothels in the Suburra.
After Gnaeus untimely removal from the family by Gaius, Fausta was made into a ghoul by her brother, to preserve her beauty and youth, and give her an advantage in finding a new, better husband to replace her previous one. Her wedding to the soldier and tribune, Tertius Claudius Brittanicus, so-named Naso, has thus far been a happy one, though she has yet to produce any more children after Lucius—although the entire family does eventually hope for such a blessing.
Aside from working to fulfill her place as a proper mother and noblewoman of Rome, she also wishes to understand more about her brother’s nature . . . and more recently, to do her part in planning the wedding for her son, Lucius, and his betrothed, Beatrix.
Though left somewhat less than confrontational after being alternatively neglected and harangued by her now departed former husband, Fausta has always held on to the hope that things can improve and that better days are ahead.