Lhiannan Clan Pin

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Lhiannan Clan Pin

20.00

An engraved and enameled clan pin featuring 3D detailing of the Lhiannan 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 Lhiannan from Mind’s Eye Theatre: Vampire The Masquerade:

The Lhiannan claim that their founder is an ancient crone. They tell the tale of a vampire who summoned a forest spirit and bonded with it, transforming herself into an avatar of the earth. Her childer are as much dryad as vampire. The Lhiannan connection to nature spirits is unparalleled, and their knowledge is respected — and feared.

The crone empowered her children with a governance of the earth, passing each of them a shard of her spirit with the Embrace. Whenever a Lhiannan Embraces a childe, a portion of that shard is passed on to the new vampire, marking her forever. Because this weakens the sire, Lhiannan Embrace infrequently, as they must allow their inner connection to grow strong again before they make another childe.

These vampires hold to pagan beliefs, and they fought viciously against the Christian conquest of Europe. By the end of the 14th century, the bloodline was thought destroyed, burned by the Inquisition or eradicated by vampiric enemies. It resurfaced with the renewal of modern paganism, but the Lhiannan are not numerous. For the most part, they shelter in wild places, avoiding contact with cities and technology.