|Clan||Banu Haqim Warrior|
|Coterie||Green Carnation Club|
1940 - Attends NYU as an Ethics and Pre-Law student.
1946 - Finishes a Masters degree in Criminal Justice and joins the US Marshals. He is quickly promoted to a full Marshal and is assigned to fugitive recovery.
1951 - Working with Interpol, Ieuen apprehends a dangerous contract killer and delivers him to the Federal Court in New York. Recognizing his skill, a Banu Haqim takes Ieuen under their tutelage, ghouls him, and begins to train him to become a member of the clan.
1952 - Seeing the hatred for homosexuality in the US government, Ieuen resigns from the Marshal’s Service and begins training full time with his sire.
Early 1960s - Ieuen is embedded in the kindred world of New York City to be a point of contact for his sire and clan.
1969 - The Stonewall Riots - Ieuen participates in the riots, tracking down people who have committed atrocities on members of the Queer community in New York, and dispatching them with extreme prejudice.
Late 1969 - Having seen Ieuen’s skills grow and mature, his sire embraces him.
1976 - Ieuen returns to the American Northeast. He begins orchestrating and arranging contracts for members of the clan.
1979 - Ieuen is given his first solo contract.
2012 - Ieuen joins the Camarilla with the rest of Banu Haqim.
2013 - Ieuen moves to Boston
Former male/masc-presenting lovers, beginning in 1940
People he tracked as mortal fugitives as a US Marshal
People who worked with him as a point of contact when he was a ghoul
People who hired him for contracts after 1979
People who had contracts taken out on their childer or sires
Other Banu Haqim who were around during his training
- Ieuen kills the kindred that hire him as often as he does the job.
- He has never lost a quarry.
- Ieuen has removed at least one Prince from the throne.
- Ieuen is on a Path -- but not the one you think.
- "A manhunter, you say? Talk about low-hanging fruit. No, no, I jest! Honeypot or no, I have no doubt he is unparalleled in his field. We do tend to be overachievers, after all." - Zoltan Vancura
- "I knew him when he was a closeted mortal seeking illicit pleasures in queer places.. I knew him when he was ghouled and working for the kindred who would end up his sire.. and I knew him when he returned from the Mountain.. different but the same. I have known him as Judge but more importantly I have come to know him as a Man." - Christian Whitechapel
- ”Parker? Yeah I’ve seen him around. That doesn’t bother me none. It’s when I DON’T see him that I worry about” Roach
- "The fact that a neonate joined the ranks of the one of the most powerful kindred coteries speaks volumes about his capabilities. He sits side by side with ancient elders. Don't underestimate him." - Sevinch
- "He's civil to me when he doesn't have to be, and that's more than I can say about some of his coterie. Call it nice, call it professionalism, he's not bad for a Cammie." - Switch
- "He's a good client, and a sociable enough conversation partner, whether we've shared a sect or no. That tells you more than you might think." - Eva S. Wynne
- "I interviewed Parker once for a piece on the Lore of the New York Gay Community pre-Stonewall. It was captivating. And I really do hope I never anger him to that amount." - Simon Goodchilde
- "Oh yeah, what can I say? I was kinda surprised how cordial Ieuen was when we first met given I'm a Tremere and all." - Kenneth Bilge
- "Don't be fooled by the accent, he's smarter than you think. Keep in mind that joining the Camarilla is not to the same as forgiving the Camarilla." -Bob
- "We're contemporaries, and yet worlds apart. Different in more ways than we are similar, but there is something important that binds us together. I would sacrifice many of my principles to spare him the slightest pain, and he works hard to assure that I will never have to." - Dr. Marcel Trevisani
- "Honestly, Ieuen and I seem to be cut from the same cloth. Principled, honor-driven, justice-seeking, now policing the periphery of our society to garner the capital we require. Ieuen and I would have been fast friends if not for the unfortunate circumstance of his choice to follow the bulk of our shared Blood. No matter, I still count Ieuen among my pleasant acquaintances, of whom I have but a few. Cross this Kindred at your own peril. If Ieuen doesn't strike you down for your trespasses, I very well may. - Minnesota Maxwell