Temet Nosce


Dramatis Personae

Celestina Farro

Clan: Mekhet
Covenant: Circle of the Crone

Details: Celestina is an ancient priestess of the Crone from southern Italy. She owns a nightclub in the Trastevere neighborhood of Rome where the coterie was first invited. It was she who gave them the symbol and charged them with finding the hunters.


  • The coterie


City Sheet: Rome by Night
Images: Pictures of Rome at Night


  • Modern Center: Where many of the hotels are, as well as shopping and dining galore along the Via Veneto; home to the Quirinale, Trevi fountain, Barberini, Castro Pretorio, and Repubblica areas.
  • Old Rome: The center of the Roman Renaissance period, with beautiful squares, cathedrals, the Pantheon, and plenty of laid-back dining; includes the Navona, Campo de' Fiori, and the Jewish Ghetto neighborhoods.
  • Vatican: The Papal City State and its endless treasure troves of sights, relics, and museums, as well as the surrounding Italian neighborhood.
  • Colosseo: The heart of ancient Rome, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Forum of Augustus, the Forum and Markets of Trajan, the Capitoline and its museums.
  • North Center: Situated in the north part of Rome, home to the Villa Borghese, the Spanish Steps, and the elegant neighborhoods of Parioli and Salario.
  • Trastevere: The land to the south of the Vatican, on the west bank of the Tiber River, full of narrow cobbled streets and lonely plazas that served as the inspiration for artists such as Giorgio de Chirico. Now arguably the center of Rome's artistic life.
  • Aventino-Testaccio: Off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods of Rome with plenty of surprises waiting for interested travelers, as well as some truly great food.
  • Esquilino-San Giovanni: South of Termini, with an indoor market, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, and the Cathedral of Rome Saint John in Lateran.
  • Nomentano: Municipio III, the neighborhoods "behind" the train station. Vibrant night life in San Lorenzo.
  • North Suburbs: The vast suburban neighborhoods to the north of the center (Municipi 4, 15-20)
  • South Suburbs: Home of the Appian Way park, several catacombs, fascist monumental architecture at EUR and extensive suburbs. (Municipi 5-13)
  • Ostia: Rome's beach resort and the impressive ruins of Ancient Rome's harbour.


  • Fascist Carthians: The militaristic autocrats of Dux Zambaco control Ostia and much of the southern suburbs, including the EUR where Zambaco lairs.
  • Court of Rome: The Prince's rule extends nominally throughout the city of Rome but he has a firm grip only on the central part. Bartolommeo's Invictus allies control the prosperous Modern Center, North Center, Colosseo, and Nomentano districts while the Lancea Sancta control the districts of Old Rome, Esquilino-San Giovanni, and the city-state of Vatican City where all hunting is prohibited.
  • Court of Shadows: The cultish forces in Rome control much of the twisting tunnels that are still found throughout much of the city, but above ground their power is limited to the western suburgs, Trastevere, and the Jewish Ghetto of Old Rome.
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