"I'm the master of disguise
I can vanish from your eyes
I can be in different places
With my many funny faces in disguuuuiiiiise!"
Use your alternate personas to spread chaos and confusion, as much as you can get away with. You can do an amazing imitation of the prince, the leader of a local gang, an up and coming politician - just about anything with enough preparation. As long as you don't have to be yourself, you are Everyman... or at least, every man's nightmare.
—Roleplaying hints for the Skin, Vampire: The Masquerade - Clanbook: Nosferatu (Revised)
"Oh, thatís rubbish. His mask looks exactly like him, so why even bother? I bet he isnít called the Master because heís a master of disguise, thatís for sure."
— Sue on the Doctor Who episode "The Claws of Axos", Adventures with the Wife in Space
"There is no such thing as a master of disguise. If there was, I'd be one myself."
— Sherlock Holmes, Elementary
...Jodilynn excels at disguise and charm. Like a traveling player, she shifts roles depending on her "audience's" desires: for a clergyman, she becomes a penitent virgin; for a rake, a wanton slut; for a Baron, she's the wife she's always wanted; for a wizard, the eager apprentice with talent enough for two. No matter what disguise Blake chooses, the game remains similar: enter, entice, corrupt, expose, laugh, run, and disappear again.
—Mage: The Sorcerer's Crusade - Infernalism