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Keepers of the Outlands

"Not all those who wander are lost..." - The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien


     In the eyes of many Kindred, the Keepers of the Outlands are comprised of fools, masochists, and criminals. Living outside the confines of the cities, battling for survival on an almost nightly basis, and competing for the few sources of sustenance to be found in the Outlands doesn't even sound sane to most vampires, let alone appealing. While noted for their honorable demeanor and their courage in battle, the Outlanders are typically treated with disdain, fear, or a combination of both. Their uncaring attitude toward politics causes them to often be targets for more manipulative Kindred, but their love of battle and their will to survive also makes them tenacious enemies when provoked.

     While the Keepers of the Outlands certainly have a number of vampires in their ranks that would not be welcome elsewhere, most are not outright fools. After all, to survive in the wastelands, forests, and other wild places one has to have at least a hint of cunning. Those who choose to do so and cannot think on their feet find themselves slowly giving in to the Beast as they fight harder and harder just for basic sustenance. An Outlander's life is not an easy one, but it is certainly filled with excitement.

The Keepers of the Outlands are a social movement in the Requiem setting that is attempting to become a custom covenant.

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