Winds of Change
Ms. Edna St. George, Gangrel Sheriff
A grizzled old woman with wrinkled skin like elephant hide and tiny gray hairs on her scruffy chin. She wears a blakc eye patch, a baggy tank top, cargo shorts, and scuffed work boots.
Edna St. George has lived in the Keys all her long life. Born to a well to do Conch family in the mid-1800’s, Edna’s life lacked for nothing. When she came of age she married a local fisherman and fellow Conch, who had married her for her family money and not her looks. Their marriage was a rough one as her husband quickly showed himself to be a drunk and a womanizer. When times were tough, or Edna spoke out of turn, he would beat her severely. Eventually Edna decided she had had enough, and her husband had a tragic accident on his boat. With his death Ms. Edna went back to her maiden name, and was seen often in the company of other women. Ms. Edna also took over her husbands fishing boat, which was a decision that eventually lost her her eye. On one of these trips she caught the eye of her sire, the elusive Gangrel Mariner known as el Tiburon. Since the coming of the Prince, Ms. Edna has shown her loyalty and grit as Sheriff.