Now, did Dracula intend to semi-transform Mumuwalde, as he later would Renfield, to be his eyes and ears? That seems doubtful.
Dracula seems to be an impeccable judge of character, sizing up his potential allies, slaves, and foes very quickly. In most cases, Dracula chooses a weak-minded, weak-spirited person to become his slave, and this does not describe Mumuwalde. Hence, his plans to make Mumuwalde a soul-clone.To prelude this idea, lets go thru a check list of what has been witnessed on the abilities of Dracula.
This soul-clone may be called Dracula-Delgado.
This schema wasn't followed with all of his soul-clones, however; some appear to have been named after their original human identity.
Dracula has also clashed with Vampirella several times in the past year, and this is believed to be a version of Dracula-Mordante (whose backstory is complicated quite a bit by time travel, much like that of his fellow soul-clone, Dracula-Mathias). Have these been actual sightings of the Prince of Darkness, or is he once again projecting his thoughts into a host body?
Only time and further research will tell. Some of that additional research has been presented here as a supplement.
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