Are there any canonical examples of a mortal being embraced with a vampire’s heart’s blood, containing their sire’s soul?
Someone has a vampire’s heart’s blood magically preserved, perhaps in a debitum created by an Assamite. They drain a mortal of all of her blood, then feed that mortal the heart’s blood.
Granted that this is an unusual scenario that’s fully up to the storyteller’s discretion, are there any by-the-books reasons to believe that any of these is what should happen?
- The mortal’s embrace proceeds normally, as if they were embraced with normal vitae. The sire’s soul is no longer magically preserved in the heart’s blood and passes on into the afterlife.
- The mortal is embraced and at the same time diablerizes her sire, resulting in inheriting his generation and possibly other benefits.
- The mortal is embraced and effectively diablerized by her sire, whose soul overpowers her own due to his stronger will (because at that moment, it’s a mere mortal struggling against a vampire). The sire is effectively resurrected in his childe’s body.