Caitiff Clan Pin

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Caitiff Clan Pin

20.00

An engraved and enameled clan pin featuring 3D detailing of the Caitiff clan symbol. 

Metal finish: Silver
Lacquer: Black
Clasp: Butterfly

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Show your affiliation at your next Mind’s Eye Theatre LARP event. (Or just wear this every day because it looks awesome!)

Classic Vampire: The Masquerade clan pins are some of the most highly sought after merchandise ever made for the Mind’s Eye Theatre community. By Night Studios is pleased to bring back these fan favorites at a much higher quality level than ever before!

This engraved and enameled clan pin features 3D detailing to make sure it stands out on your costume or every day clothing. The metal is raised with inset black lacquer to give our clan pins depth and eye-catching appeal. Each uses a butterfly clutch to ensure your pin will stay on through Court meetings, Sabbat raids, and whatever those pesky Anarchs do. (Damn kids with their loud music and their Status Perfectus…)

 

About the Caitiff from Mind’s Eye Theatre: Vampire The Masquerade:

The Caitiff are not a clan. They are lumped together as outcasts, but they have no ties of lineage to one another, nor do they bear any universally distinguishing traits. On occasion, a vampire’s blood does not carry any marks of her sire’s clan. These unfortunate childer are usually abandoned, disregarded as unfit for vampire society. They are thrown out of their lineage, an embarrassment to their sires. The very appellation implies that the vampire is worthless, an outcast to the vampiric world.

Most Caitiff flit from city to city, their very existence rendered meaningless by an accident of the Embrace. As a group, Caitiff have very little in common. They may come from any walk of life; they may have been chosen specifically by their failed sires, or their Embrace might have been a complete accident. At best, they are a pale shadow, a reflection of the clan that failed to Embrace them, with little to recommend them in the halls of vampiric society. Caitiff are alone in the night.

Other vampires shun Caitiff, even those who are otherwise open-minded. Long ago, superstition claimed that Caitiff were an infection, a disease, and that spending too much time among them would cause a vampire to create a Caitiff when she next attempted to Embrace. Other rumors call the Caitiff a curse, a punishment from God, Caine, or some other eternal force. Still other, darker legends say that an abundance of Caitiff is a sign of the End Times; they are an omen that signals vampiric power is waning and the world will soon be destroyed by fire.