Genealogy of the Vampires
in the World of Darkness
This is the list of 2615 known vampires.
Of course, all this is alleged in White Wolf's books and the names,
history and characteristics of these vampires is © White Wolf.
Feel free to consider this file as a list of what they want us to believe...
Your Storyteller may or should have his own view of the World of Darkness.
You can send me updates...
I added some information from non White Wolf sources that can be found
on the web. Those are in dark green.
The acronyms used to make references to the books can be seen
on this list.
About Caine and his progeny,
about the Antediluvians.
A table, chronologically sorted.
The biggest genealogy trees.
Of course many undeads are missing on this list :
look at the expected numbers.
The rationale for the classification
of clans and bloodlines below.
- Clan by clan
Assamites 112 vampires
True Brujah 10 vampires
Brujah 240 vampires
Cappadocians 31 vampires
-- Harbingers of Skulls and Lamia included
Samedi 13 vampires
(Baron Samedi 5°)
Giovanni 67 vampires
(Augustus Giovanni 3°)
Gangrel 185 vampires
-- Ahrimanes included
Lhiannan 0 vampires
Laibon 4 vampires
(Fakir Al Sidi 4°)
Anda 7 vampires
(Dobrul the Brave 4° or 5°)
Lasombra 108 vampires
Kiasyd, aka. Nocturnae 3 vampires
Malkavians 203 vampires
Nosferatus 201 vampires
Ravnos 83 vampires
Salubri 53 vampires
Baali 23 vampires
(Shaitan + Moloch + Seker 4°)
Nagaraja 0 vampires
(say they turned themselves into vampires)
Setites 69 vampires
Toreador 250 vampires
(Arikel or Ishtar 3°)
Daughters of Cacophony 6 vampires
Tzimisce 147 vampires
Tremere 185 vampires
Blood Brothers 8 vampires
Ventrue 313 vampires
- Other vampires
Gargoyles 11 vampires
Kindred of the East 28 vampires
Vampires of unknown clan 255 vampires
Many people have contributed to this genealogy, including
Diogo Antunes Broner,
Mitchell J. Gross,
There are also
White Wolf's signature characters,
a summary of Vampire NPCs of Bryan Vaughan,
some genealogy by CustomMax,
the Encyclopedia Vampirica by Romain Ledoux,
Vampiric demographics by Henrik Klippström,
You may want to look at some mirrors of the present genealogy :