The Pander Anarchs
"August 99 represents the second anniversary of the Joseph Pander anarch
revolt. Although this doesn't seem like much, Mr. Pander and his allies had
an effect on the city that night and for months to come."
"Looking back at the events of the night one will notice the "vine creature"
that came to the Elysium. He was there because Mr. Pander and Mr. Wormwood
lead an expedition down into the sewers to find it, these orders came from
Stephan who was then Prince. For this service two Caitiffs in Mr. Panders
group were allowed to remain in the city and all of that coterie were granted
domain in Little Five Points by Stephan. To this day I believe that they are
the only people who were given feeding grounds by Stephan. You will also
notice that a pair of hunters came to the Elysium that same month. This was
the work of another of Mr. Pander's allies; a rare Toreador anarch Morte'.
His large influence in the church gave the revolt a chance to shake up the
city. Also during the night a Caitiff in the employ of the Ventrue a Mr.
Jonathan Damocles met final death at the hands of the Pack and
Rutherford Green. The Caitiff was caught commiting Diablerie by Mr.
Wormwood, who promply told then Sheriff of the Domain Mort, who went with his
friends to take care of the situation as above."
"Most, like Mr. Pander, disappeared the next month, but a few members still
remained. Reginald Bruno, a Gangrel, died protecting the Mound from the
Sabbat, his death was avenged shortly afterwards by his clanmates. Alec
Empire, a Caitiff adopted by the Brujah, was the reason behind Zach, former
member of Vortex, being killed as a Sabbat. You see after Alec was dominated
into killing one of Zach's friends, Zach took it upon himself to gain revenge
by constantly attacking him with his powers of animalism. When Zach was
punished by his then elder, Mort in February 98, he was beaten into torpor
and questioned where it was discovered that he had been associating with the
"The only one who remained was Allister Wormwood. Bubzy, as Joey used to
call him, was the last surviving member of Pander's revolt. In his own way
Mr. Wormwood affected Atlanta many times. From defending the Camarilla and
the city in Sergei's jaunt to Tampa and Atlanta's own Crimson Guard to other
suspected misdeeds such as breaches of the Masquerade and selling out to the
"Allister was all that remained of Joey's little quest for Atlantian freedom.
The names of those brave souls still live in some of our cold hearts; my
childe Joseph Pander, Allister "Bubzy" Wormwood, Diamond Joe Quimby, Alec
Empire, Reginald Bruno, Morte', Mr. Brown, and the treacherous Karl Nitti.
Perhaps one day I will achieve Joey's dream and raise his banner of freedom
Sire and Regnant to Joseph Pander