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  • Page 224, it's specifically a Loresheet Advantage for a Hecata descended from the Harbingers of Ashur.
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  • You're ignoring other parts of the rules text, such as:



    It isn't a Blood Bond until the third drink. Just look at the Bondslave flaw on page 180:



    If a Blood Bond established after the first drink then that wouldn't be a flaw at all, that would be normal. When reading rules text you can't just pick and choose, you need to read them all together. Yes, each drink makes the drinker more receptive to the donor. That can be roleplayed without mechanical representation. But it's not a Blood Bond yet, and so a PC does not have to roll to oppose the...
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  • You can narrate a bizarre and unnatural fondness of the regnant-to-be if you want, but there's no mechanical effect until the third drink. So if the goal is to get them bound and then command them to do things to benefit the regnant, that's not in the cards until three drinks.
    I'm going to agree with the other posts in this thread though that since a big part of VtM is making choices and facing consequences, it seems cheap to be forcing them into a position that they wouldn't naturally be going towards. It would be much more satisfying narratively to make them choose to drink rather than...
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  • You also need to drink a vampire's blood three times on different nights in order for the blood bond to actually be established. So that would mean tricking them into drinking from the vein three different times.
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