|Bardo||Children of Osirus† Only|
|Koldunic Sorcery||Tzimisce Only|
|Melpominee||Daughters of Cacophony† Only|
|Necromancy||Giovanni, Harbringers of Skulls†, Nagaraja†, Cappadocians†, Lamia† Only|
|Obtenebration||Lasombra, Kiasyd† Only|
|Sanguinus||Blood Brothers† Only|
|Serpentis||Followers of Set Only|
|Temporis||True Brujah† Only|
|Valeren||Salubri Anti† Only|
† These Clans and Bloodlines are either Restricted or Banned. They are not allowed without express permission from the Storytellers. So hense their unique Disciplines are not allowed for player characters, except in the cases where a Discipline is used by an allowed clan
- Clan Assamite may also purchuse certain Paths of the Thaumaturgy Discipline, provided they're members of the appropriate Caste.
Many myths and stories exist about a vampire’s mystical ability to put people under her spell by looking deeply into her victim’s eyes. The persistence of such stories through the ages isn’t surprising, since a number of Kindred Disciplines powers (most notably Dominate) require eye contact in order to work. Other vampires, learning of this requirement, have attempted everything from wearing mirrored sunglasses to gouging out their own eyes in order to prevent an elder from exerting his will upon them.
But Kindred are not so easily thwarted. The need for eye contact stems from the aggressor Kindred’s need to see his victim’s soul, and the eyes are the traditionally known as the windows to the soul. While the vampire needs to capture his target’s attention, the target’s eyes need not be present for such a power to work (although the arts of the Tzimisce make this somewhat challenging at times) — they only need to find the soul of his victim laid bare.
A target trying to avoid eye contact can make a Willpower roll against a difficulty equal to Dominate user’s Manipulation + Intimidation (or other appropriate combination for other Disciplines or specific situations, at the Storyteller’s discretion). The difficulty may be reduced for mitigating factors: -1 in the case of the target obscuring his eyes slightly (such as closing her eyes or wearing dark sunglasses) up to a -3 for the eyes being completely unseen (such as with a thick blindfold or having her eyes torn out). Ultimately, however, it is up to the Storyteller to decide whether eye contact is established in a particular case.
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