Brujah Autolevel Scheme
To collect the data below, I started with a "stock" Brujah character, which starts with this character sheet:

Strength 2Charisma 1Perception 1
Dexterity 1Manipulation 1Intelligence 1
Stamina 2Appearance 1Wits 2
Brawl 1Firearms 1Computer 0
Dodge 1Melee 1Finance 1
Intimidation 1Security 0Investigation 0
Subterfuge 0Stealth 0Scholarship 0
Celerity 1Potence 2Presence 1

Then, I played the game normally, completing every possible side quest for the maximum number of XP. I turned off the autolevel feature until I saved up a few XP, took off my armor, and dropped any occult items that affect the character's stats (like the Fae Charm), then flipped the autolevel feature on and off and made a note of the changes made to the character sheet. Here's the autolevel scheme for Brujah characters:

PurchasedXP CostXP Spent
Brawl 233
Presence 258
Potence 31018
Brawl 3624
Melee 2327
Dexterity 2431
Firearms 2334
Strength 3842
Presence 31052
Celerity 2557
Celerity 31067
Dexterity 3875
Potence 41590
Intimidation 2393
Dodge 2396
Stamina 38104
Potence 520124
Strength 412136
Melee 36142
Firearms 36148
Brawl 49157
Melee 49166
Dexterity 412178
Celerity 415193
Brawl 512205
Firearms 49214
Intimidation 36220
Strength 516236***
Presence 415251
Stamina 412263
Intimidation 49272
Presence 520292
Celerity 520312
Melee 512324
Perception 24328
Firearms 512340
Intimidation 512352

***NOTE: Even if you finish every sidequest, you will not be able to get past this point on the autolevel scheme. However, you should have a few XP left for customization. If you follow the advice below, you might even be able to buy Presence 4... I don't know for sure. I'd have to replay the game as a Brujah again to find out.

Here's the advice: Leave the autolevel feature turned off at first. Do NOT buy Brawl 2 or Brawl 3 yet. Spend your first 6 XP to buy two dots in Scholarship so you can read a few books. With your next 3 XP, buy a dot in Security.

The reason for doing this is to make it easier to complete the "Hot Stripper Assassin Action!" quest. With a dot in Security, and with the help of the Blood Boost discipline, you will be able to pick the lock on the ATM in the Sin Bin and steal the $150 from it, so that the last customer will leave as soon as he runs out of money.

Next, go ahead and buy Presence 2, Potence 3, Melee 2, and Dexterity 2 as you get the points. (If you complete all the sidequests in Santa Monica, you can buy all of these before you go Downtown.) Read a book to learn Firearms 2. When you finally get Downtown, immediately pay a visit to Nines to learn Brawl 2, then turn autolevel on.

If you learn as much as you can from books and NPCs, your character sheet will look something like this before your final encounter with the prince, not including any modifiers for armor or occult items. This sheet DOES reflect:

- One free dot in Dodge, learned from a book.
- One free dot in Stealth, learned from a book.
- One free dot in Computer, learned from a book.
- One free dot in Firearms, learned from a book.
- One free dot in Firearms, taught by Romero.
- One free dot in Brawl, taught by Nines.

Strength 5Charisma 1Perception 1
Dexterity 4Manipulation 1Intelligence 1
Stamina 3Appearance 1Wits 2
Brawl 5Firearms 4Computer 1
Dodge 2Melee 4Finance 1
Intimidation 3Security 1Investigation 0
Subterfuge 0Stealth 1Scholarship 2
Celerity 4Potence 5Presence 3

ANALYSIS: Remember the old Superman quote, "Leaps tall buildings with a single bound?" Well, this character doesn't NEED to. With Strength 5 and Potence 5, he just picks them up and walks under them. With the combination of Celerity, Potence, and the high Brawl skill, I've seen this character "air juggle" a poor security guard against the wall and inflict about 180 points of damage before the body hit the ground.

His major weakness is that his skill with Ranged weapons develops slowly because of his poor Perception, and unlike Brawl and Melee, Blood Boost doesn't help you with guns. He also has very poor social skills other than intimidation and a little persuasion. When it comes to completing quests that require stealth or picking locks, bring extra blood packs because you can expect to use Blood Boost regularly.

Autolevel information provided by Marcus Spears.