Nights of the Camarilla
Tertius Antonius Naso, Britannicus, Tribunus Militum
Roman Veteran Equestrian and Tribune
Mental Intelligence 2, Wits 2, Resolve 2
Physical Strength 3, Dexterity 2, Stamina 3
Social Presence 3, Manipulation 2, Composure 2
Mental Academics 1, Investigation 1, Politics 2 (Senate), Warfare 3
Physical Athletics 2, Brawl 2, Ride 3, Survival 1, Weaponry 3 (Sword)
Social Expression 1 (Rally Troops), Intimidation 1, Persuasion 1, Socialize 1
Merits Allies 1 (Soldiery), Contacts 1 (Senate), Debate Style 1 (Rhetoric), Fighting Style 1 (Formation Tactics), Multilingual 1 (Celtic, Greek), Noble Heritage 1, Resources 3, Staff 1
Traits Health 8, Willpower 4, Humanity 7, Size 5, Speed 10, Defense 4, Armor 4/2, Integrity 2, Initiative 4
~ Raise a family with Fausta
~ Become influential in the Senate
~ Help Lucius start his career
Tribune’s armor and campaign medals, scutum, spatha, pugio, Equestrian ring, toga virilis,
Scion of the Antonii, Tertius earned the cognomen Britannicus for his exploits in the Legions in Britannia, and the agnomen Naso for his well-shaped Roman nose. A forthright and steadfast soldier and man of Rome, he is somewhat rough around the edges after his many years in Britannia, but he is still well respected by his fellow soldiers, politicians, and friends.
His return from Rome’s borders saw his introduction to the Marii family, and soon after, the arranged wedding to Fausta Maria. Beginning as a political union and the need for him to be a well-settled Roman man to continue his political development, his relationship with Fausta (along with her son Lucius and brother Gaius) has developed into one of genuine affection and respect—albeit perhaps helped along in Gaius’ case by a bit of his vitae in the wine when he makes the occasional evening visit.
Despite their continuous efforts, so far Naso and Fausta have yet to produce any more children, but they remain hopeful. In the meantime, Naso has adopted Lucius as his own son after marrying Fausta, having presented him in the Forum during Liberalia (while Gaius has taken care of the more sub-rosa aspects of the manhood celebration), and along with working toward his own political aspirations in the Senate as a military tribune and preparing for the wedding of his adopted son to Beatrix of the Lucretii, intends to ensure that Lucius is given a chance to shine in the protective armies of the Eternal City.