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- Baron - By its simplest definition, a baron is simply the Anarch Movement’s equivalent of a prince. However, they are not quite the same, for it’s not uncommon for a given city to have two recognized barons, each claiming a different jurisdiction of the city - sometimes the two are rivals, but more often, however, barons work cooperatively.
- Emissary - These are anarchs that must carry the olive branch to the other sects, must negotiate and haggle and play the games of prestation and diplomacy if the movement is to survive. They are also called ambassadors, heralds and, by more cynical members of the sect, expendables.
- Sweeper - A sweeper’s duty is simple: he walks around and observes other vampires in the anarch territory, recording names and faces and, where possible, attitudes, abilities, clan ancestry and anything else he can discover. The barons themselves prefer to call a vampire who holds this position a counter or even census taker, but most anarchs use the terms sweeper, proctor, Sherlock or even, on occasion, abacus.
- Chameleon - An informal title, also known as a Bond (after James), mole, submarine or sub. A chameleon, quite simply, is a spy or any anarch who holds a position of some authority in one of the other sects.
- The Anarchs in New York currently have control of Staten Island and most of Brooklyn, following the Battle of New York
- In the 1940s, while Anarchs on the West Coast were establishing the Free States of California, Anna and David Callahan were attempting a similar coup in North Carolina