Caitiff

Caitiff are rarely played on their own, but they often offer low capacity vampires that can complete crypts for other clans and builds. Now a clan, they were before considered as vampires without a clan: it explains why they have no library clan cards at all.

Anarch Convert

Anarch Convert

played in 214 decks, typically 2-5 copies

The most played Caitiff by far, he is an easy and relatively cheap way to make vampires Anarch, and can even be used to smooth crypt rotation a bit.

Franciscus

Franciscus

played in 30 decks, typically 1 copy

Seen in a builds, alongside Zöe and Isabel de Leon, he is often included in Weenie AUS decks.

Lisa Noble

Lisa Noble

played in 29 decks, typically 1 copy

Seen in i builds, alongside Zip and Stick, her downside is not an issue when coupled with Aid from Bats.

Maldavis

Maldavis

played in 26 decks, typically 1 copy

Often seen in A builds, sometimes alongside Neighbor John, her downside is rarely a problem and 4 pool for superior A is relatively cheap.

Antoinette DuChamp

Antoinette DuChamp

played in 23 decks, typically 1 copy

Two disciplines for 1 pool is relatively cheap moreoever her group makes her an easy inclusion. She is most often seen algonside other Caitiff in very fast crypts.

Igo the Hungry

Igo the Hungry

played in 23 decks, typically 1 copy

Two disciplines for 1 pool is relatively cheap, he is often seen alongside Antoinette DuChamp. Combined with other Caitiff, he can provide a very fast crypt for swarm builds.

Mukhtar Bey

Mukhtar Bey

played in 22 decks, typically 1-2 copies

The oldest Caitiff, he is often seen alongside other titled Camarilla vampires. His Ro disciplines combination is a nice fit for political decks and his 7 pool cost is relatively low. A frequent companion of Victor Pelletier.

Eddie Gaines

Eddie Gaines

played in 19 decks, typically 1-2 copies

Althouth his downside can be a real bummer, his low cost for e makes him a possible inclusion in very fast versions of the Weenie DEM archetype.