The Toreador and their antitribu are a prominent clan in tournaments. They gave birth to two archetypes: using Toreador Camarilla Royalty and Jost Powerbleed using antitribu and their clan cards. Moreover, they are used in numbers in the Weenie AUS archetype.
played in 82 decks, typically 2-5 copies
The definite star of the clan, his rare ability can completely reshape the way Master cards are handled in a deck. Using some Ashur Tablets with him becomes very efficient.
Rafael de Corazon
played in 69 decks, typically 1-3 copies
With its superior O and D over its already powerful clan disciplines, he is the most played Inner Circle after Lutz von Hohenzollern, a vampire he often accompanies anyway.
Isabel de Leon
played in 67 decks, typically 1 copy
The cheapest A pool can buy. An easy inclusion in many constructs.
played in 56 decks, typically 1-3 copies
Second "A" of the AAA after Anson, her +1 bleed and unique ability to block cross table makes for a nice package in any construct with intercept capabilities.
played in 51 decks, typically 1-2 copies
A nice bloat card providing 1 pool per turn, it can help get vampires out faster if it is drawn early on.
played in 47 decks, typically 1-3 copies
Often found algonside Anson and Anneke, his title combined with his nice ability makes for a good option.
Remilliard, Devout Crusader
played in 43 decks, typically 1 copy
A cheap A vampire with access to a useful inferior r, he gets included in many decks.
played in 40 decks, typically 2-3 copies
Last "A" of the AAA alongisde Anson and Anneke, her bleed bonus and title are good and her special unlock ability is very strong.
played in 39 decks, typically 1-2 copies
His unique ability makes him a good addition in many construct hoping to get an open road for bleed actions at some point.
played in 36 decks, typically 1-2 copies
A decent price for a Prince with this AC disciplines. More often than not, he is seen using range weapons like the .44 Magnum.
played in 29 decks, typically 1 copy
A cheap r vampire who finds her place in many decks.
played in 33 decks, typically 1-2 copies
Only 6 pool for a +1 bleed with AR, this is a bargain.
played in 29 decks, typically 1-3 copies
The bonus stealth is quite strong combined with R, and the pool cost not so high.
played in 29 decks, typically 2-4 copies
The most played clan card for Toreador antitribu, it is an easy way to improve bleed for all vampires. The card is generally played in multiple copies in the deck, so as to make sure its destruction is not a stopping point for the construct.
Toreador Grand Ball
played in 28 decks, typically 3-7 copies
An iconic card of the Toreador clan, the cost of having a vampire locked is high, unless used in cunjonction with Alexandra. Anyway, even at this cost, making sure actions get through without even using stealth is very strong.
played in 27 decks, typically 1 copy
A cheap price for superior R, she gets included in many decks.