Trying to think of NPC concepts and when doing so, came across a question, although first I'll provide some quick context to hopefully make my issue clear:
These NPCs are a mother and daughter family unit, with the mother being a Tremere vampire and the daughter being an adopted human child.
The story is that her kid was adopted with the idea of trying to find out if raising potential candidates for the Pyramid is more effective than what was currently going on - that if they're trained up to be a perfect candidate from near birth, then they can circumvent the high mortality rate of neonates that the clan had. Her arguing, that this would ultimately be more efficient and less of a potential waste of resources than putting so much time into someone who could not handle life with the clan.
The Tremere claims at least that the kid doesn't know the reason for the resultant horrible childhood/training being related to the masquerade and vampires.
My question is, for this plot to work: would this motive/story even fly here? As at all acceptable by vampiric society? Or would this simply be deemed as too much of a masquerade risk by other vampires and, by law, the child have to be killed for that very early on?
Disclaimer: I am aware this could cause complications later on. I'm just trying to figure out if laws-wise, it would have been shut down by other vampires, before any child could even get out of infancy.