Having finished the game numerous times with and without mods, experimenting with different clans, builds/histories, endings I've started wondering what happened to Los Angeles after the credits rolled. What became of the factions (Camarilla, Anarchs, Kuei Jin etc.) and the characters that remained - have they changed sides, fallen apart, left the city?
From my viewpoint, the Camarilla ending is maybe the most "appropriate" (it can be counted into the "good" ending category) in a world with grey and black morality. The game itself gives complete freedom when it comes to the actual endings thereby allowing the player to shape the city's fate, but I think that this opens another question:
Are the events of Bloodlines canon? (I read some mixed views on the web and heard that the new Beckett's Jyhad Diary will "touch" some events from the game) and if they are, to what degree?
If I look at the situation from the Camarilla perspective, I can conclude/contemplate the following:
1. The Anarchs fell either apart or declared war on the Camarilla immediately, but the latter seems improbable by far given the information that they lost a good number of their followers in the war with the Kuei Jin. Plus, Nines is beaten up quite a bit, but he's tough as nails...
2. Kuei Jin are in complete disarray fighting among themselves.
3. Did all of the Sabbat scamper away from the city as it was expected according to the Prince's words?
4. What became of the unfortunate Ash Rivers?
5. Did Velvet turn autarkis? (if anarchs fell into chaos scenario)
6. Are there any hunters left and out for blood? (Maybe their role is bigger than the one seen in the game?)
7. Has Romero been eaten by the zombies?
(This scenario always intrigued me
These are but a few questions that are possible if you look at the city from the Camarilla perspective. Even it has internal problems: with the prince in the barbecue pit, how will the consolidation of power go under the (presumably) Tremere presence? How will they deal with the remaining Ventrue that also aim for it?
This elusive topic is subject to personal interpretation and "what ifs" or "maybes" I know, but I think that it can grow into an interesting discussion.