Jehanne Lepelerin

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Character Information
Clan: Country Gangrel
Sect: Sabbat
City: Philadelphia, PA
Player: Maria Cambone
Storyteller: Washington DC VST

Jehanne Lepèlerin - Delilah “Dilly” Crowder

Pilgrim. Priest. Crusader. Missionary. White trash. Chosen, blessed servant of God.


  • Embraced: 1956, Erwin, Tennessee
  • Clan: Gangrel antitribu (Country Gangrel)
  • Entering Morality: Path of Cathari
  • Demeanor: Fanatic
  • Faction: Status Quo? Ultraconservative?
  • Pack: Gemul Miktash


  • Apparent age: 27 years
  • Height: 5’7”
  • Weight: 130 lbs
  • Hair: Greasy, dirty blonde
  • Eyes: Brown at start of chronicle
  • Notable traits:
    • Favors red, neon pink, gold, and black colors
    • Copperhead scales on cheekbones and spine

At the start of chronicle, the Pilgrim is an experienced Crusader, strongly rooted in her Albigensian faith and very interested in increasing role her in the Sabbat. Her sense of style is also influenced by the abject poverty that she grew up in in her mortal life. Although she owns some street clothes and business attire to help her be inconspicuous when the time calls for it, Delilah’s fashion ranges from country girl to clubber to simply outlandish. She favors heavy ornamentation and very bright colors in her nightly attire, especially red, neon pink, gold, and black, which are conspicuous “warning colors” of predators in the wild, as well as signs of wealth, confidence, blood and power in the minds of vampires and mortals.

The Pilgrim only has a few serpentine features at the beginning of chronicle. The first bestial transformation she underwent occurred at her first hunger frenzy: scales down her back. Her second bestial trait was acquired through an anger frenzy fighting Nosferatu in Prague: there, the dry skin on her cheekbones below her eyes and on her knuckles flaked off and gave way to copperhead scales.


Character Inspirations

Books & Movies

  • Salvation on Sand Mountain by Dennis Covington, 1995 book about a snake handling church in Appalachia
  • Snake handling and Glenn Summerford’s attempted murder of his wife in 1991
  • There was a little girl, Longfellow poem
  • The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia, 2009 documentary


  • Bottom of the River, Delta Rae
  • Better Dig Two, The Band Perry
  • Country Death Song, Violent Femmes
  • Daughters of Darkness, Halestorm
  • Prodigal Son’s Prayer, Dierks Bentley
  • Down to the River to Pray, Alison Krauss
  • One More Soul to the Call, Akira Yamaoka
  • In All My Dreams I Drown, The Devil’s Carnival soundtrack
  • A Penny For A Tale, The Devil’s Carnival soundtrack
  • Beautiful Stranger, The Devil’s Carnival soundtrack
  • Grace For Sale, The Devil’s Carnival soundtrack