An exception to the rule of the "rough-around-the-edges" Baron's Gangrel, Anna has a reasonably genteel disposition. Baron Thomas makes use of her talents when diplomacy is needed.
A well-presented, good-looking young woman of Greek extraction. She has shoulder length black hair, friendly brown eyes and a nose ever so slightly too big for her face. Her dress is that of a well-to-do Byzantine, though it is distinctly tomboyish in it’s cut and style. She is unarmed.
Anna is passionate about the Dream, perhaps even moreso than her liege and sire, the Baron Thomas Feroux. She speaks openly and at length (sometimes to the point of being boorish) about the greatness of Constantinople: her guilded buildings, extraordinary treasures and glorious history. Anna is also one of the Baron’s most useful agents, as she has a quality that the rest of his people lack, namely that of finesse. The breeding of her mortal years lends her the ability, no matter how much she might wish it otherwise, to observe something of the forms and grace of polite Byzantine society. The minutiae of the Cainite courts, however, is a touch over her head but she does her best. Thus, even though she can be a little awkward at important Trinity family functions, Anna Sgorina has sometimes been called upon to serve the Baron as his mouthpiece. She is also frequently called upon to treat with allied Gangrel broods of the provinces, and to carry messages on behalf of the Obertus Order. On these missions, she has been known to travel as far west as Italy and the Balkans.
Anna was brought across in the early years of the 12th century, before she had truly experienced the fullness of womanhood. She has said that she was of a good merchant family, and that she was well-tutored in the Greek and Roman classics as well as the quadrivia, but that she had few prospects other than the hope of a reasonably good marriage. Of the circumstances of her Embrace she says little, except to say that all has turned out for the good. When speaking in guarded company, she loves to discuss the rare and treasured tomes of the Library of the Forgotten.
An infrequent correspondent with Gunthar ritter von Wolfgang, Anna finds his awkward reticence towards the Dream quite silly, given the fact that he is so obviously affected by it. She has a fairly warm disposition towards the he and Iulia, Sir Conrad and Veceslav owing to the service they provided to the city during the events surrounding the murder of Adriana and Juliano of the Narsene Lasombra.
Lineage: Childe of Baron Thomas Feroux, Childe of Marie Feroux (D); Further lineage is unknown.