Saxton H. Redfield

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Clan Malkavian
Position None
Status 1
Domain Griffin, GA
Coterie None
Society ???
Path Humanity 00
Player Travis Smith


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Prince Pretty Eyes

Real Name: Dr. Saxton H. Redfield

Apparent Age: Mid 20's

Concept: The Psychic Physician

Physical description: Occupation dictates a well kempt wardrobe. Genetics have gifted him with a tall stature and lithe frame. Perhaps his most prominent feature would be those ivory spheres cast softly above high cheek bones. There is beauty in madness.

Detailed Status:

  • Acknowledged by Prince John Sheldon of Dallas, TX

  • Known Diablerist

As penance for his crimes, and in the name of the office of Harpy Mnsr. Cross, Dr. Redfield shall no longer be known as Loyal, Courageous or Insightful in the eyes of the Ivory Tower.

Character Information

Known History

Much of Saxton's unlife is left to the imagination, solitude has remained his most loyal friend over the years. In the late 80's he turned up in Dallas Texas, where he was inevitably acknowledged. Soon after he fell off the grid again. When Griffin Georgia was claimed in the name of the Ivory Tower he emerged once more. He climbed the political ranks from Primogen to Prince, for a time, both stifled his work and impeded progress. His current endeavors can only be assumed.




"The enemy of my enemy is my friend"


"The friend of my enemy is my enemy"






Character Inspirations

Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde



"Who needs a doctor when you can just shove kindred blood down their throat?"


  • Saxton was killed by the Ravnos Anthony Smith
  • He's secretly a Setite convert.
  • Saxton consorts with demons and has become infernal.
  • Dr. Redfield is officially under ordeal by the Justicariate for his questionable practices.
  • Dr. Redfield has found a taste for all things intangible, including the souls of kindred.
  • Dr. Redfield is a diablerist; what he paid the Archon who spared him is the subject of much speculation.