Sorcerers are male spellcasters; the flipside of the coin from witches. Sorcerers are major players in the supernatural community and see themselves at the pinnacle of the supernatural food chain. This is supported by the fact that Cabals are invariably led by sorcerers.


Sorcerers, when they father children, are believed to always father sons (as witches are believed to always bear daughters). Whether this is actual fact or a mere tendency is unclear.

Two known exceptions exist, both the result of a sorcerer/witch union, which would necessarily disprove one of the two concepts. Both Kristof Nast (by Eve Levine) and Christopher "Kit" Bae (by Diane Enright) fathered daughters, Savannah Levine and Victoria "Tori" Enright, respectively.

It is notable that both known results of sorcerer/witch unions turned out to be witches, although this is well within the realm of normal statistical probability.

Sorcerers and WitchesEdit

Traditionally, rivalry exists between sorcerers and witches, each accusing the other of betraying them to the Spanish Inquisition. This rivalry logically dates from that era in history. The Cortez cabal is most notably held responsible, since they were heavily involved in the inquisition.

Sorcerers are also generally seen as being superior to witches in terms of power, but this is likely due to the fact that sorcerers are far more organized and active in the supernatural community, being in charge of the Cabals and that sorcerer magic tends to lean more to destructive and offensive applications.

The rivalry between the two races has seperated witches and sorcerers for centuries. The fact that witches and sorcerers recognize each other's races when eye meets eye does little to help that situation.

Known SorcerersEdit

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