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  • Froggo
    started a topic South Africa

    South Africa

    Can you all help me work out vampire politics for South Africa? We don't even know if it's run by the Camarilla or Sabbat!

  • 12dollarburrito
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    Originally posted by marin View Post

    They've got a presence in Africa, per Beckett's Jyhad Diary.
    Ah. Well. There it is.

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  • marin
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    Originally posted by 12dollarburrito View Post
    The Chinese have been making great investments in Africa irl. I think it'd be an interesting development to have a smattering of Kuejin trying to make inroads into the Dark Continent.
    They've got a presence in Africa, per Beckett's Jyhad Diary.

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  • 12dollarburrito
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    The Chinese have been making great investments in Africa irl. I think it'd be an interesting development to have a smattering of Kuejin trying to make inroads into the Dark Continent.

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  • Illithid
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    I agree that the distances are massive; but I mentioned for the sake of long term historical migration - before ocean voyages were feasible for most vampires, these areas are more likely to have influenced south Africa.

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  • Nosimplehiway
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    Cape Town is 7000km from Cairo. (It's more like 10000km using the most reasonable land route.) That's about the same distance as from London to Alaska. Capetown is closer to Buenos Aires than Cairo.

    As Cecil Rhodes discovered to his dismay: Africa is really, really big.

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  • Illithid
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    This might help; http://whitewolf.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Princes_(VTM)

    - In Victorian Era a vampire called Templeton was the Prince of Cape Town.
    Don't forget that on the Continent is the Setite homeland of Egypt in the north, that would probably influence things, Brujah keep going on about Carthage, so many would be interested in the extended area,
    Since Land Travel was safer than water, Assamites and others from the middle east would likely be around; and since it's a Massive Trade are; Giovanni are going to be influencing things

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  • 11twiggins
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    Considering that colonialism is a thing that happened, there will be some Ventrue and Giovanni, and other European clans, mixed in with the Laibon.

    And considering that neocolonialism is ongoing...

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  • SalamanDer
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    Originally posted by marin View Post
    Per Beckett's Jyhad Diary, the Eastern Laibon have reign over some communities in South Africa, and there's a court of European Kindred in Cape Town who pretend at ruling (likely Camarilla). Beyond that, it's open.
    ^ this

    also, there are probably little communities of european vampires in the older coastal cities, pretending they are Camarilla while staying well away from the city's outskirt.
    They count mainly the european whose splats are present on Kindred of the Ebony Kingdom: Ventrue (mainly of the old British strain), Malkavian (for whatever reason they are everywere), Toreador ('cause why not?).
    You can probably add some Caitiff and lone Nosferatu, but Nossie generally know better than putting their puffy paws in the Laibon's bowl.
    Also, Setites (Children of Damballah and the main line) sometime trade in the area, like the Ghimberti Giovanni (who are probably not much liked by the Laibon, even for Kindred standards).

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  • Magus
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    Time ago I wrote a brief article about the Kindred in South Africa (in spanish).

    http://webvampiro.com/wp-content/upl...C3%A1frica.pdf

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  • marin
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    Per Beckett's Jyhad Diary, the Eastern Laibon have reign over some communities in South Africa, and there's a court of European Kindred in Cape Town who pretend at ruling (likely Camarilla). Beyond that, it's open.

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  • 12dollarburrito
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    I think the Laibon pretty much hold sway down there as well as most of Africa

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