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New video introduces the Brujah Clan from Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2

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Paradox Interactive has sent out a new video to introduce fans to one of the clans that will be featured in Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2. Viewers will learn the first information about the Brujah Clan, a group filled with "rebels and firestarters who favor brute strength and celebrate the raw power of their bloodline".

Known as “The Rabble” to other Vampires, the Brujah have never been a large part of Seattle’s Kindred community. Many of the city’s Brujah are leftovers from failed Anarch movements and claim to be unaffiliated with Seattle’s political factions. Brujah clan members gather at a “Bash”, best described as a fight club for the undead, where they assert their physical superiority over other clans.

Brujah members will have access to two disciplines:


  • Fist of Caine - Deliver a devastating punch that turns walls into rubble and throws enemies through the air. Upgrades to Fist of Cain enhance the devastating effects even further.
  • Earthshock - Smash the ground with titanic force, creating a shockwave around the player that damages and knocks down anyone who dares to stray too close. Upgrading Earthshock causes the Brujah’s onslaught to send out fissures, damaging anyone caught in the cataclysm.


  • Unseen Storm - Dash in any direction with such speed that you momentarily disappear from view, allowing you to land attacks, dodge around enemies, or get away before the dust has settled. Upgrades further enhance the effects of Unseen Storm.
  • Accelerate - Move so fast that everything else in the world appears to slow down to a standstill. Assailants seem frozen in their attacks, cars crawl forward, bullets zip by lazily, and the vampire can perform stunts that, with an 80’s synth track in the background, would make for an awesome movie scene. Upgrades further enhance the effects of Accelerate.

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