Lydia Chalmers' thesis on William the Bloody
Collaborative Effort - April 28, 2003

This thesis summarizes the available data on the career of William the Bloody, a vampire of the Line of Aurelius, drawing what conclusions are possible on his origins, abilities, habits, and expected behaviours. A summary of confirmed information is given briefly in chapter 1. This is data confirmed by eye-witnesses of known trustworthiness (usually Watchers). I will depend on this information as certain, but will build the argument of the thesis also on information less reliably confirmed but which seems to me on various grounds to be credible. Speculative data will be so noted.



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