A demure and reserved elder of the Magnus Lasombra, responsible for the Cult of Michael the Archangel.
A young nun with delicate features, porcelain skin and mournful, dark brown eyes. She is the very image of the penitent, chaste bride of Christ. Her habit is immaculate and a simple silver crucifix is her only adornment. She has a certain aura of mystery about her, in spite of her demure, almost meek demeanour.
Sarah the chaste has been the dutiful daughter of Magnus of the Orthodox Lasombra for 800 years. She and her brother-in-blood, Peter the Humble, help their sire manage the ecclesiastical orders while the Obertus Tzimisce do likewise with the monastic orders. Magnus is a demanding and overbearing master, and while Peter frets and stutters his way through his duties, Sarah has always been noted for her competence and efficiency. Some even say (though never to Magnus’ face) that she should be the true leader of the family, for if it were not for her sire’s insufferable insistence that he and he alone shepherd the true Christian Church, it is probable that the Great Schism between the Orthodox and Latin faiths would never have occurred.
Over the last couple of centuries, Sarah the Chaste has also been given the responsibility of overseeing the Cult of Michael the Archangel. She officiates ceremonies and along with her Family and Petronius, she also controls access to the torpid form of the methuselah himself. As such, nearly every Greek Cainite in the city works to retain amicable relations with her, especially since Magnus’ company is considered onerous at best and odious at worst.
Sarah the Chaste was present at the Antonian blood feast in the coterie’s honour. She was in typical form, being both demure and deferential in her sire’s presence. Even so, it was clear to the party that many sought her attention when Magnus was otherwise engaged. Iulia and Lady Katerina exchanged pleasantries with Sarah, in the interests of maintaining good relations with their distant cousin-in-blood.
Lineage: Childe of Magnus, Childe of Ectoris (d), Childe of Hermaius (d), Childe of Zarathustra, Childe of Boukephos, Childe of Lasombra