I realise this is my second post in three days, but I want to continue with the plot I've developed, and I don't want too start writing it if it turns out that the conlusion is just a bit random. So my main character ( of a sorts) was adopted by a vampire, and is later imprisoned by people for killing his mother's killers. Later on in the story, he is released by his mother, it turning out to be a plan to find out where his captors were, them being a large vampire hunting group. The whole reason his adopted parent finds him is because he has one of her fangs around his neck: this serves as a way to 'prove' that she died, but also as a way for her to find him; in my world, vampire teeth are a spoil-of-war type thing, coveted because vampires are hard to kill, and feared because a vampire can always find it's way to a missing fang. Is the whole fang tracking thing to fanciful, or, if you were reading a story with it as a mechanic, would you accept it?