A lot of elements of old Wold of Darkness games are entwined, with references from one game line to another. This page is used ot keep track of this kind of cross-line elements, divided by thematics.


  • Fianna, werewolves hailing from Ireland, with connections to the fae.
  • The Fenian, a family of sorcerers with strong connections to the fae.1
  • Ceilican, shapeshifting faerie cats, with connections to the fae; a tribe of Bastet. It is believed they are extinct.2
  • Kiasyd, a bloodline of the Lasombra founded after a mysterious "accident" involving the Lasombra Marconius of Strasbourg. The "accident", involving Fae and the blood of "Zeernebooch, a god of the underworld", resulted in Marconius gaining several feet in height, turning chalky white and developing large, elongated black eyes.


  • Mogen Ha Chav, the "Shield of the 36," serches for the 36 perfect human beings whose truly good hearts protect the world.3

East Europe

  • The Shadow Lord werewolves and the Tzimisce vampires battled for centuries.

Egyptian Mythology


  • Anubi, Egyptian God of the Underworld, with the head of a jackal.
  • Silent Striders, jackal-like werewolves expelled from Egypt. Bitter enemies of the Followers of Set.


  • Bast, Egyptian cat Goddess of sun and war.
  • Bubasti, shapeshifting Kyphur cats, a tribe of the Bastet. It is said that only 52 are left.4 They've been cursed by Set, so they find it difficult to leave Egypt.5


  • Isis, Egyptian Goddes of earth, sister and wife of Osiris, sister of Set, mother of Horus.
  • The Cult of Isis, a sorcerous society.6


  • Osiris, Egyptian God, brother of Set, brother and husband of Isis, father of Horus.
  • Osiris, vampire, enemy of Set.
  • Children of Osiris, the bloodline of vampires descending from Osiris. Currently disappeared.
  • Childern of Osiris, the sorcerous society that worked in conjuction to their vampire homonyms, until these recently disappeared.7


  • Sobek, the crocodile god.
  • Mokolé, believed to be Sobek enfleshed.
  • Hem-ka-Sobk, Mages that worship Sobek and the Mokolé.8

Euthanatos and Nagarajah

  • Euthanatos are said to have created the Nagaraja.


  • Fionn macCumhail, an hero of Irish legends. It is said he was a Kinfolk of the Fianna.
  • Fianna, werewolves hailing from Ireland, with connections to the fae.
  • The Fenian, a family of sorcerers with strong connections to the fae.9

Greek Mythology

  • Furies, Greek deities representing vengeance and the anger of the dead.
  • Black Furies, werewolves hailing from Greece.

House Tremere

  • Tremere, a former mage of House Tremere, a house of the Order of Hermes, embraced himself and part of his house with the blood of a few Tzimisce, thus creating Clan Tremere.


  • Baali, a bloodline (or maybe a clan) of infernalist vampires.
  • Black Spiral Dancers, a tribe of werewolves utterly corrupted by the Wyrm.
  • Nephandi, the Mages bent on destroying the world, ot that worship the Wyrm or other infernal powers.
  • Spectres, wraiths corruppted by Oblivion and commanded by their respective Shadows.

Norse Mythology

  • Odin, father of all Norse Gods.
  • The All-High, a 4th generation Gangrel, sire of Ulfsdottir.10 Said to be sleeping in deep ice, with a pack of dry-dead werewolves.11
  • Brunhilde, a Valkyrie in Norse mythology.
  • Brunhilde, a 6th generation Gangrel, childe of Ulfsdottir, leader of the Waelkyrige.1213
  • Fenris, a huge wolf God, is bound to kill Odin at Ragnarok.
  • The Get of Fenris, werewolves hailing from Scandinavia.
  • Jormungandr, the World Serpent, is bound to kill and be killed by Thor at Ragnarok.
  • Jormundandr is how the Get of Fenris call the Wyrm.
  • Asatru Futhark, pretender-biker-Norse-wannabe sorcerers.14

South American Mythology

  • Balam, shapeshifting jaguars of south america; a tribe of Bastet.15
  • Balamob, mesoamerican sorcerers that follow the shapechanging ways of warriors from the old Aztec Empire and its contemporaries.16