A narrow blade pierces the deepest. Our focus is true and our strikes are deep.The D11 is an unofficial, loose confederation of magi united by one thought - fuck vampires. Fuck those guys and lets kill 'em all. They are Ghostbuster who specialize in hunting and ridding the world of Vampires, usually driven by some personal loss to some bloodsucker. Sometimes called 'Helsings', D11 acolytes don't mince words about their task and have acquired a reputation for overkill and collateral damage that make few mages happy to see one.
Bite BackD11 is less of an organization with rules, roles, and hierarchy, and more along the lines of a network of like-minded and usually angry souls. The more wealthy and powerful among them sometimes establish haunts where D11 hunters can gather to trade information or weapons, take stock of who's dead and missing, and induct new members. There's very little flair and circumstance to any of it - only the task matters. Still, it's nice to have someone like you to hang out with inbetween obsessive murder sprees.
Likewise, they can be extrordinarily vengeful if they find out you lied to them.
The Bloody Black HandNot all mages hate vampires - some employ them. The Bloody Black Hand is a group of mercenary Lesser Vampires, serving whoever is willing to pay their fee in blood, money, and magic with their own unique blend of magical ability and unspeakable brutality. Few take them up on the offer, and those who do best keep it secret, least D11 find out.
The Bloody Black Hand
Mercenary vampires with a thirst for blood and soul, combining arcane might with ruthless, crushing power.
SlayingAn act of mystical butchery, to Slay is to do more than to kill - it's to erase someone from the universe and devour their essence. Besides any obvious similarities with blood drinking that might have, D11... Discourages (sometimes with beatings) the practice. To become more like the thing they hunt is generally not seen as a great idea. Sometimes, however, it's the only choice. Slaying allows a mage to absorb the power of the Slain, at the risk of becoming something greater and lesser than they used to be. Such power could be useful to fight a greater threat, or ending one that might not be stopped by regular old death... But such hunters always have to take care that they don't become 'the greater threat'.
More than murder, Slaying is ritualistic butchery - mystical annihilation that destroys a being and usurps their essence.