Fabien de la Mort was a suspect in the murder investigations of vampire leader Dr Aculus in Immortal Combat (Case #5 of Supernatural Investigations) and young woman Sharon Decker in Over the Edge (Case #18 of Supernatural Investigations). He also appeared as a quasi-suspect in One Bigfoot in the Grave (Case #2 of Supernatural Investigations) and A Murder of Crows (Case #19 of Supernatural Investigations) before killing succeeding vampire leader Roxanne Vega in Divided We Fall (Case #29 of Supernatural Investigations).
Fabien is a 261-year-old vampire. He has blue eyes and long, dirty blond hair. He wears a powder blue Carmagnole with golden linings and floral-patterned collars over a peach waistcoat with golden buttons. Additionally, he dons a white ascot and sports vampire fangs.
In his first suspect appearance, it is known that Fabien knows ballroom dancing.
In his second suspect appearance, it is discovered that he has heartburn and eats chocolates.
In his third suspect appearance, Fabien wears a black leather coat over a green floral-patterned waistcoat with silver buttons. Additionally, he dons a red ascot and sports a long scar across his left cheek. It is revealed that he eats pickled human remains, has read Dealing with Demons and knows the Supernatural Defense Pledge.
Events of Criminal Case
After arresting a bigfoot's killer, Gwen and the player searched for missing teenager Mina Reynolds. During their search, they found a scrap of Mina's clothing, which (per Priya) had been stained with Earl Grey tea, pointing the team in the direction of tea party-obsessed vampire Bathsheba. She revealed that Fabien had given her the swatch, prompting Gwen and the player to confront him. He revealed that he was aware of the kidnapping, but knew nothing about it, saying that he had found the swatch near a cave. He then brought up Pierce Cromwell, Gwen's boyfriend. After Fabien mentioned that he met with Pierce at gatherings at US vampire coven leader Dr Aculus' mansion, Gwen realized that Pierce was a vampire. This prompted Gwen to break up with Pierce.
Fabien became a suspect after vampire Eric Zwart informed Luke and the player that Fabien was at Dr Aculus' deathday ball. After one-sidedly flirting with Luke, he told the team that the murder had livened up the party. When Luke asked if he was upset about the murder, Fabien flirted some more, before leaving.
Fabien was spoken to again about Dr Aculus branding him a threat. He revealed that Aculus disapproved of Fabien's penchant for virgins. He implored that he was not interested in virgin blood, an ingredient in the vampire elixir of invincibility, then proceeded to resume flirting with Luke, who quickly put an end to it.
Fabien was found to be innocent after the team incarcerated Eric Zwart for Dr Aculus' murder.
Fabien became a suspect again after Luke and the player found his cigarette case at the roller rink. He told the team that he had heard about the murder. Dodging Luke's questions, he told the team that vampires were not in the habit of pushing people off of bridges and asked Luke to be his Valentine's.
Mid-investigation, Luke fell in love with Fabien after he drank witch Morgana Blackhawk's love potion.
Fabien was spoken to again about him stealing the victim's pet chicken. He revealed that he had taken the chicken to ethically source blood in order to abide with the mortal-vampire agreement. He then mentioned Pierce to Gwen and said that they could have double dated with him and Luke.
Fabien was found to be innocent again after the team incarcerated Andrew Lodge for Sharon's murder. Later, Felix and the player brought shop owner Ace Boome (aka Cupid) to Fabien and Luke in order to break Luke's love potion spell. Ace fired an arrow dipped in Love Potion Number Zero at Luke, nullifying the effects of the love potion. When Luke asked the team why he was touching Fabien, Fabien called the player no fun and told Luke to remember him.
After arresting Norm White's killer, Luke and the player asked Fabien to help save runaway Dolly Hale's dog, Tutu, with an injection of vampire blood. After Luke told him that Tutu had eaten Vixenglove berries, Fabien willingly injected himself to withdraw his blood. Luke then injected Tutu with the blood, reviving Tutu. Fabien then warned him that Tutu might start exhibiting vampiric traits.
Fabien became a suspect for the third time after Gwen and the player found a bottle of blood he had gifted to Roxanne. Gwen told him that Roxanne had been murdered, surprising Fabien, who said that that had killed the mood. Fabien assumed that Roxanne had been killed by a political detractor, but also suggested that she had been killed by a scorned lover. Fabien then excused himself to have a drink from the bottle before the assembly started.
Fabien was spoken to again about his secret meeting. He admitted that he had called the meeting to promote himself as the new coven leader, claiming that Roxanne was an unfit leader. Knowing that the team suspected him, Fabien assured them that he was not the killer as he only murdered specimens of the "finest nutritional value", a description that Roxanne did not fulfill.
In the end, it was proven that Fabien was Roxanne's killer. He told the team that Roxanne had approached him to ask for his assistance in her plan to offer her help to the demons in enslaving everyone when they took over. When Fabien refused, she threatened to silence him. He then prepared a wooden stake which he then plunged into Roxanne's heart in the energy orb room when she attacked him. The team then decided to present Fabien to the Alliance, who pardoned Fabien of his crime given Roxanne's allegiance.
- Fabien is one of the non-main characters to physically appear in three different regions in Supernatural Investigations.
- Fabien is one of the characters to appear as a suspect thrice.
- Fabien is one of the characters to appear as a quasi-suspect twice.
- Fabien is one of the non-human killers in the game.
- Fabien's last name, de la mort, translates to "of death" in French.
- Fabien is one of the killers to be cleared of all charges, along with Asal Hawaa, Rosie Summers, and Rick Lewis.
- Unlike Rosie and Rick, who were deemed not responsible for their actions, Fabien and Asal were granted legal immunity for their crimes.
- Fabien is a reference to Lestat de Lioncourt (portrayed by Tom Cruise) from the 1994 American gothic horror film Interview with the Vampire.
- One Bigfoot in the Grave (Case #2 of Supernatural Investigations)
- Immortal Combat (Case #5 of Supernatural Investigations)
- Over the Edge (Case #18 of Supernatural Investigations)
- A Murder of Crows (Case #19 of Supernatural Investigations)
- Divided We Fall (Case #29 of Supernatural Investigations)