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This is entirely storytellersstoryteller's discretion

This is completely and totally up to the storyteller and the details of the particular city in question. The main concern would be how the Tremere Regent views it. The Prince would, of course, also get a say, but would probably care much less so long as the masquerade was maintained and the Prince would likely listen to the Tremere Regent so long as they were on good terms.

There is precedence of lines of ghouls.

If I were the storyteller or playing the Tremere Regent I would likely allow it. This is the sort of thing that some Tremere would be interested in experimenting with. It has potentially useful benefits and there is precedence for families of Ghouls, which is vaguely similar. The Tzimisce cultivate families of Revenants after all. The Tremere also often groom potential new neonates by having them be long-time ghouls anyway, this would simply start the process earlier.

Doing it indirectly would work much better.

While this plan would probably be accepted by at least a lenient and experimental regent, its worth noting that there are simpler ways of doing it. Having the vampire directly adopt the child creates complications in that parents are expected by society to show up to all kinds of functions in daylight. While a vampire likely has ways to avoid breaching the masquerade while still adopting the child, adding a layer of indirection avoids many problems.

Instead of having the vampire adopt the child, have a ghoul or other thrall controlled by the vampire do so. The ghoul can handle all of society's expectations while the vampire has full control over how the child is raised, directly at night and indirectly through the thrall during the day.

This is entirely storytellers discretion

This is completely and totally up to the storyteller and the details of the particular city in question. The main concern would be how the Tremere Regent views it. The Prince would, of course, also get a say, but would probably care much less so long as the masquerade was maintained and the Prince would likely listen to the Tremere Regent so long as they were on good terms.

There is precedence of lines of ghouls.

If I were the storyteller or playing the Tremere Regent I would likely allow it. This is the sort of thing that some Tremere would be interested in experimenting with. It has potentially useful benefits and there is precedence for families of Ghouls, which is vaguely similar. The Tzimisce cultivate families of Revenants after all. The Tremere also often groom potential new neonates by having them be long-time ghouls anyway, this would simply start the process earlier.

Doing it indirectly would work much better.

While this plan would probably be accepted by at least a lenient and experimental regent, its worth noting that there are simpler ways of doing it. Having the vampire directly adopt the child creates complications in that parents are expected by society to show up to all kinds of functions in daylight. While a vampire likely has ways to avoid breaching the masquerade while still adopting the child, adding a layer of indirection avoids many problems.

Instead of having the vampire adopt the child, have a ghoul or other thrall controlled by the vampire do so. The ghoul can handle all of society's expectations while the vampire has full control over how the child is raised, directly at night and indirectly through the thrall during the day.

This is entirely storyteller's discretion

This is completely and totally up to the storyteller and the details of the particular city in question. The main concern would be how the Tremere Regent views it. The Prince would, of course, also get a say, but would probably care much less so long as the masquerade was maintained and the Prince would likely listen to the Tremere Regent so long as they were on good terms.

There is precedence of lines of ghouls

If I were the storyteller or playing the Tremere Regent I would likely allow it. This is the sort of thing that some Tremere would be interested in experimenting with. It has potentially useful benefits and there is precedence for families of Ghouls, which is vaguely similar. The Tzimisce cultivate families of Revenants after all. The Tremere also often groom potential new neonates by having them be long-time ghouls anyway, this would simply start the process earlier.

Doing it indirectly would work much better

While this plan would probably be accepted by at least a lenient and experimental regent, its worth noting that there are simpler ways of doing it. Having the vampire directly adopt the child creates complications in that parents are expected by society to show up to all kinds of functions in daylight. While a vampire likely has ways to avoid breaching the masquerade while still adopting the child, adding a layer of indirection avoids many problems.

Instead of having the vampire adopt the child, have a ghoul or other thrall controlled by the vampire do so. The ghoul can handle all of society's expectations while the vampire has full control over how the child is raised, directly at night and indirectly through the thrall during the day.

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This is entirely storytellers discretion

This is completely and totally up to the storyteller and the details of the particular city in question. The main concern would of course be how the Tremere Regent views it. The Prince would, of course, also get a say, but would probably care much less so long as the masquerade was maintained and the Prince would likely listen to the Tremere Regent so long as they were on good terms.

There is precedence of lines of ghouls.

If I were the storyteller or playing the Tremere Regent I would likely allow it. This is the sort of thing that some Tremere would be interested in experimenting with. It has potentially useful benefits and there is precedence for families of Ghouls, which is vaguely similar. The Tzimisce cultivate families of Revenants afterallafter all. The Tremere also often groom potential new neonates fromby having them be long-time ghouls anyway, this would simply start the process earlier.

Doing it indirectly would work much better.

While this plan would probably be accepted by at least a lenient and experimental regent, its worth noting that there are simpler ways of doing it. Having the vampire directly adopt the child creates complications in that parents are expected by society to show up to all kinds of functions in daylight. While a vampire likely has ways to avoid breaching the masquerade while still adopting the child, adding a layer of indirection avoids many problems.

Instead of having the vampire adopt the child, have a ghoul or other thrall controlled by the vampire do so. The ghoul can handle all of society's expectations while the vampire has full control over how the child is raised, directly at night and indirectly through the ghoulthrall during the day.

This is entirely storytellers discretion

This is completely and totally up to the storyteller and the details of the particular city in question. The main concern would of course be how the Tremere Regent views it. The Prince would of course also get a say, but would probably care much less so long as the masquerade was maintained and the Prince would likely listen to the Tremere Regent so long as they were on good terms.

There is precedence of lines of ghouls.

If I were the storyteller or playing the Tremere Regent I would likely allow it. This is the sort of thing that some Tremere would be interested in experimenting with. It has potentially useful benefits and there is precedence for families of Ghouls, which is vaguely similar. The Tzimisce cultivate families of Revenants afterall. The Tremere also often groom new neonates from long-time ghouls anyway, this would simply start the process earlier.

Doing it indirectly would work much better.

While this plan would probably be accepted by at least a lenient and experimental regent, its worth noting that there are simpler ways of doing it. Having the vampire directly adopt the child creates complications in that parents are expected by society to show up to all kinds of functions in daylight. While a vampire likely has ways to avoid breaching the masquerade while still adopting the child, adding a layer of indirection avoids many problems.

Instead of having the vampire adopt the child, have a ghoul controlled by the vampire do so. The ghoul can handle all of society's expectations while the vampire has full control over how the child is raised, directly at night and indirectly through the ghoul during the day.

This is entirely storytellers discretion

This is completely and totally up to the storyteller and the details of the particular city in question. The main concern would be how the Tremere Regent views it. The Prince would, of course, also get a say, but would probably care much less so long as the masquerade was maintained and the Prince would likely listen to the Tremere Regent so long as they were on good terms.

There is precedence of lines of ghouls.

If I were the storyteller or playing the Tremere Regent I would likely allow it. This is the sort of thing that some Tremere would be interested in experimenting with. It has potentially useful benefits and there is precedence for families of Ghouls, which is vaguely similar. The Tzimisce cultivate families of Revenants after all. The Tremere also often groom potential new neonates by having them be long-time ghouls anyway, this would simply start the process earlier.

Doing it indirectly would work much better.

While this plan would probably be accepted by at least a lenient and experimental regent, its worth noting that there are simpler ways of doing it. Having the vampire directly adopt the child creates complications in that parents are expected by society to show up to all kinds of functions in daylight. While a vampire likely has ways to avoid breaching the masquerade while still adopting the child, adding a layer of indirection avoids many problems.

Instead of having the vampire adopt the child, have a ghoul or other thrall controlled by the vampire do so. The ghoul can handle all of society's expectations while the vampire has full control over how the child is raised, directly at night and indirectly through the thrall during the day.

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This is entirely storytellers discretion

This is completely and totally up to the storyteller and the details of the particular city in question. The main concern would of course be how the Tremere Regent views it. The Prince would of course also get a say, but would probably care much less so long as the masquerade was maintained and the Prince would likely listen to the Tremere Regent so long as they were on good terms.

There is precedence of lines of ghouls.

If I were the storyteller or playing the Tremere Regent I would likely allow it. This is the sort of thing that some Tremere would be interested in experimenting with. It has potentially useful benefits and there is precedence for families of Ghouls, which is vaguely similar. The Tzimisce cultivate families of Revenants afterall. The Tremere also often groom new neonates from long-time ghouls anyway, this would simply start the process earlier.

Doing it indirectly would work much better.

While this plan would probably be accepted by at least a lenient and experimental regent, its worth noting that there are simpler ways of doing it. Having the vampire directly adopt the child creates complications in that parents are expected by society to show up to all kinds of functions in daylight. While a vampire likely has ways to avoid breaching the masquerade while still adopting the child, adding a layer of indirection avoids many problems.

Instead of having the vampire adopt the child, have a ghoul controlled by the vampire do so. The ghoul can handle all of society's expectations while the vampire has full control over how the child is raised, directly at night and indirectly through the ghoul during the day.