Dominic Morrigan

A Ventrue Sheriff of Manhattan, Looks more like a disheveled detective then a proper Ventrue.

Description:

Attributes

Physical
Strength 2
Dexterity 4
Stamina 1

Mental
Intelligence 2
Wits 2
Resolve 3

Social
Presence 4
Manipulation 2
Composure 2

Disciplines
Animalism 1
Dominate 2
Resilience 2
Celerity 1

Skills
PHYSICAL: Firearms 4, Larceny(Sleight of Hand)1, Stealth 1,
MENTAL: Acamdemics 2 ,Computer(Hacking)1, Investigation(Examing a Crime Scene)2, Occult 1
SOCIAL: Animal Ken 1, Empathy 2, Expression 1, Intimidation 2, Persuasion 1, Socialize 1, Streetwise 2, Subterfuge 1

Merits
Blood Potency 5
Quick Draw(.)
Resources(…)
Status(New York City police)(.)
Status(New York Dominion)(…)
Gunslinger(…)
Haven(..)
Barfly(.)
Fleet of Foot(..)

Experience: 0

Size: 5
Health: 6
Defense: 2
Initiative: 5
Speed: 12
Virtue: Fortitude
Vice: Wrath
Humanity: 7
Willpower: 5
Vitae: 5

Dominic looks more like Columbo meets John Constantine for his clothing, with a long trench coat but black instead of the browns that Columbo or John would sport. You can tell that his coat has been used and beaten up a bit along with the rest of his attire but otherwise been well stitched and kept through the years. Underneath his trench coat is a cheap suit with a loose tie and suspenders underneath the black suit jacket. His black pants match the black of his jacket but the black of his coat is a more rugged, flat black then that of Dominic’s suit. He has some scuffed up black leather shoes that have been blackened by shoe polish but not shined.

As far as physical features go for Dominic, he has Mars black hair and very angular features in his face. His face seems to be almost boney in a way, yet it defines the angular cheek bones well enough to make him look attractive along with his complection not being pale in the slightest and looking as if he was a lightly tanned human all around. His body is lanky in look and yet toned throughout and compacted, showing his muscles and some of his skinny structure. At his torso his abs do not show but rather he has a flat stomach and a toned chest.

Bio:

Turned in 1773 and born in 1743, Dominic Morrigan was the son of a british officer in the Royal Navy. His mother had died during childbirth. Dominic’s father was originally of Irish origin and enlisted into the Royal Navy, volunteering in any battle that was given. Eventually his father was given a permanent place within the American Colonies in New Amsterdam, Dominic and his father moved when Dominic was thirteen. He would never return to England as a human.

The startings of the American revoltution were being felt all over the Thirteen Colonies by the time Dominic was turned. His father had died out to sea and left him everything more then a decade before he was turned. Dominic had only two options set in his mind, to help the Americans, or side with the King.

When he was given this choice, it wasn’t for the humans only. It was the kindred that were in America as well that he had to consider. The kindred of america, few and outcasts like most americans, had turned him to rid him of his throat cancer. But the one that turned him was Ventrue, and was a natural Ventrue in the case of a hunger for power. Dominic joined his fellow American kindred but parted ways with his sire, eventually having to destroy him during a battle at night.

Time passed, as Dominic grew older and wiser he had assumed various jobs until the mid-twentieth century when he was proposed the offer of being a sheriff for the New York Dominion. He was hesitant at first but then accepted once he found out that he did not only have to keep kindred law intact but also that he could if necessary protect humans with the resources of the Dominion behind him.

Dominic has always been compassionate and is secretly very proud that unlike most of his fellow kindred he keeps his memories of being a mortal well intact. If it were his decision, he would have it to where only willing mortals would be fed on and that is all, despite the fact that even he gets the craving from the Beast within.

Dominic Morrigan

Like Dominoes, We Will Fall farrenoleander