Pander Clan Pin
Pander Clan Pin
An engraved and enameled clan pin featuring 3D detailing of the Pander clan symbol.
Metal finish: Silver
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 Pander from Mind’s Eye Theatre: Vampire The Masquerade:
After the Third Sabbat Civil War, the clanless members of the sect unified under the leadership of a vampire named Joseph Pander. These clanless demanded greater respect for their contributions and a greater share of glory. They fought against the staid beliefs and superstitions of archaic vampires, arguing that clan had no meaning as to a vampire’s potential. In the end, they overcome many of the biases and bigotry within the sect, and earned a place for themselves as a clan. However, after earning that civil rights victory, the Pander faction lost momentum.
In modern nights, many Panders take their claim to equal prominence within the Sabbat for granted. They turn to other issues, struggling against other injustices and seeking personal power through other means. The faction’s members now have a reputation as power-mongers: individuals willing to back any cause in the name of personal profit.
Internal faction struggles only heightened this disdain. Joseph Pander and others still demand credit and respect for past political victories, shifting their alliances as maximum profit demands. In modern nights, the few remaining members of the Pander faction keep a low profile, watching for another foothold to power — and always looking for the next great cause.