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Extra info for Clanbook: Lasombra (Vampire: The Masquerade)
They may never set foot on land at all, or may spend much of the year attending to business onshore. In recent decades, more corsairs have turned to piracy, particularly in Southeast Asia and both coasts of Africa. Most Europeans and Americans have no idea that thousands of people make a very profitable and violent living preying on shipping in these areas. Whole packs of vampires blend in without a fuss. Bishops dealing with particularly violent packs sometimes "recommend" piracy to get the most violent troublemakers away from prying eyes: Mortal pirates engage in enough butchery to conveniently cover almost any Sabbat acts.
If you listen carefully, you'll hear that the stories speak of previous experiments by the Antediluvian among those various tribes. The nomadic peoples who settled Kenya 4,000 years ago almost immediately took up maritime activity. I strongly suspect that the Antediluvian's interest in seafaring had something to do with this, with it using them for its sundry ventures. I find intriguing hints of an ancient Lasombra presence in what's now Mozambique, but the migrations that settled Kenya also wiped out preexisting societies on the southeastern coast.
A handful of corsairs deal with the world's navies. At least one fast attack sub is in Lasombra hands, a Soviet Kilo-class sub sold to Iran in 1995 and "lost at sea" two years later. The Black Fang preys primarily on Camarilla-controlled shipping and, when possible, ships carrying important members of the Camarilla. Archbishop Ferrari of Morocco directs the three packs required to operate the sub. Vampires can neglect life support systems, with substantial gains in efficiency and stealth. This compensates for some of the difficulties in getting first-rate maintenance.
Clanbook: Lasombra (Vampire: The Masquerade) by Bruce Baugh