As above, including the black ring that has been in his family since the beginning. The mark on his forehead is also a reference to his family. It is a birthmark that all vampires of his lineage have somewhere on their body. The more noticeable the mark, the more prestige the vampire has within his own family. The oldest known ancestor of the family had the mark on his forehead, as well. Additionally, he often wears a black veil over his face when dealing with vampires of mixed blood. They don't have the right to look upon his face. At least, not if they're going to survive the encounter with him.
Thirty-one, though he appears to be in his twenties. He is still very young so far as Purebloods are concerned, and he lacks the maturity that his older compatriots have.
Vicente identifies himself as being heterosexual, but he has, on more than one occasion, taken an interest in a man. Not that he'd admit it as such. He's essentially a closet bisexual, though he hasn't let himself explore the less proper side of his sexuality. He is expected to marry a female Pureblood and produce more Pureblood offspring, and so he's tried to keep his attention on women.
Most of the weapons Vicente uses involve his family's brand of magic. Those within his family are openly known for being able to manipulate water, but those with the talent for it have taken this ability one step further. Vicente is one such vampire, and though he can manipulate just straight water, his true talent lies with manipulating blood. His family has already identified him as a bit of a prodigy when it comes to that ability, and he frequently invents new ways of manipulating blood. That also happens to include manipulating the blood within another's body to control their movements. What is the fun of controlling a mind when one can control a body and have the mind be fully aware--and terrified--of what is happening? As such, he seldom bothers with straight mind control.
When conventional weapons are a requirement, Vicente uses the sword that has been in his family for generations. It is an anti-vampire blade, made of silver and with fancy engravings along the blade. There is also a groove that runs along the blade, directing how blood can flow down it. Vicente often will give the sword a good swing after it has blood in the groove to send the blood out as a projectile slicing attack.
The Andelarius family has been around since the beginning of vampires. It is one of the most well-known and well-respected families amongst vampires. Noble vampires of Andelarius parentage are held in high esteem for their ancestry, and even some commons with a claim to the Andelarius bloodline are afforded a little respect. Assuming they can prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are related to an Andelarius.
Water manipulation is something that every Andelarius has been blessed with since the beginning, and few within the family have the ability to manipulate other elements. Their ideology has always been to flow with the times, adjust as necessary, and keep moving on. Very much like the waters they are so connected with. That philosophy led them to being one of the more liberal vampire families, keeping a closer eye on human culture than most. That also led some of their members to breeding with humans, and not just to have eternal servants. They had sought before to interbreed and mesh with humans, believing that was the way the wind was blowing. But then the Vampire Council was formed and the Mass-Murder occurred. The Andelarius family retreated back into the shadows, cutting off their ties with humanity after some of their mix-blooded children were slain for turning humans into vampires.
Having retreated from human culture, the Andelarius family become disconnected from their previous ideals. They isolated themselves from vampire society as well, showing their protest of the Vampire Council's new laws by not gracing other vampires with their presence. They only mingled with other vampires when they sought to breed, then they retreated back to their territory. Over time, the Andelarius family became a mere memory for most vampires. Younger ones hadn't even heard of them.
Their isolation ended shortly before the assassination of the Vampire Council. The newest generation of the Andelarius family at the time had rekindled the old spirit of mixing with others, and the family emerged once again. Their return was big news among vampires, since many had thought the family to have gone extinct. No one had seen an Andelarius in nearly a century, after all. At least, no one had told of seeing one. Most vampires didn't remember or never knew that the family had taken a heavy blow during the Mass-Murder, and with so few Purebloods remaining, a family that had been thought to be lost to time coming back to them was a big deal.
Vicente was born after the Andelarius family was back in the vampire limelight. His birth was spoken of everywhere, like a royal baby's would be. He was adored by others all throughout his childhood, particularly because of the mark on his forehead. He wanted for nothing, and he always had servants of lesser blood at his beck and call. All-in-all, it was one wonderful childhood. But when one grows up being told they're special and being treated like a little king, that sort of attention tends to go to one's head in a hurry.
The young Vicente fully bought into the whole idea that he was like a god among ants. He was incredibly spoiled, and he took a great deal of delight in bossing people around. His attitude become entirely self-centered, and though he learned of his family's history and old philosophies, he became more obsessed with the prestige of his family name than anything his family actually believed in.
Now in his early thirties, Vicente fully believes that he is one damn special piece of work. After years of being treated like he was superior to those of lesser blood, he truly came to believe that he was. His family had previously been known for their acceptance of lesser bloods, but Vicente showed no signs of that acceptance. Nobles existed to wait on him. Commons existed to clean his home when he wasn't around to see them. And human vampires? They might as well just not exist at all. They weren't fit to lick the bottom of his shoes. He'd never even allow a non-Pureblood to look upon his face unless they were related to him in some way.
When the Vampire Council was murdered, Vicente was less-than-pleased. At least the Vampire Council had the right idea when it came to the proper treatment of Purebloods. Vicente's belief is that vampires should indeed stay separate from humans, which flies in the face of his family's previous position on the matter. Without that separation, interbreeding with humans is the likely result. That means more filth in the world, and Vicente definitely doesn't want that. Filth breeding filth… Disgusting. Even if the vampires who killed the Council want to turn the humans into their slaves.
Oddly enough, Vicente has no particular hatred for the human race. It is purity of blood that he respects, and so pure-blooded humans are not the target of his ire. If these rebel vampires were willing to murder nobles--whose blood was nearly as pure as a Pureblood's--then their respect for purity of blood is obviously lacking. That is something Vicente cannot forgive, because he's willing to bet that it wasn't Purebloods who thought up the idea of killing the Council. Additionally, one of his close relatives was on the Council. He cannot forgive that murder.
Vicente's largest flaw is his unwillingness to see those of mixed blood as being threats or worthwhile for anything other than manual labor. He's made many enemies from this attitude, and he's shown no signs of changing his opinion anytime soon. Though he is kinder to those of mixed blood when they're actually related to him, he's indifferent at best toward those who do not share his blood. Needless to say, his allies are few and far between. He'd rather work alone than with a less pure vampire, regardless of the danger of the situation. Finding a lesser vampire that is actually worthy of his respect would likely shatter his world-view more than a little.
His favored magics involve using his own blood for various techniques, so he tends to exhaust himself quickly in battle. It makes him incredibly thirsty very quickly, and he has, on multiple occasions, attacked fellow vampires for blood. He's developed a bit of an addiction for vampire blood as a result of it, which he tries to keep a secret. He doesn't want the news of his cannibalism to get around. The repercussions of that would likely be an inconvenience.