It’s funny to hear Exetera complain about kill stealers after playing Left 4 Dead with him this past weekend, in which he spent the entire run scrambling around as fast as he could to make sure he killed as many things as possible, trusting no one else to cover anything. I yelled at him about it.
In the tabletop game, Exetera would not have anywhere near a 10 Humanity (probably more like a 6 or 7); as your Humanity increases, it becomes increasingly difficulty to retain it. At a 10 Humanity, you need to be a complete pacifist; even accidental wrongdoings are challenges to your Humanity rating. A 7 is the general “equilibrium” point for most vampires – the point at which they can feed and defend themselves without risking their Humanity. (At Humanity 6, theft no longer threatens your Humanity, so several less scrupulous (or younger) vampires might have a 6 rather than 7.)
That alley-walking “blood doll” that Exetera is constantly feeding on is actually the civilian in the game with the largest blood pool. You can get more blood from her than anyone else (except for Chinatown’s seduction-based blood doll, whom we will never be able to feed from safely).
Also, I was wrong about her model being used other places. It’s used many places, particularly the Empire Hotel downtown. There are several copies of that model in the club in the hotel, including one up on stage, singing. Apparently, that model was actually modelled after the woman who sung “Smaller God”, the Darling Violetta song that plays in the hotel club and on the radio by the Thin Bloods.