Ok so how about this. Moira x a clone of herself and literally all they do is complement eachother about how great they are #asexualmadscientistsftw
This is hilarious what with the whole “would you fuck your clone” debate (which I’m sure you’re referencing here). Moira and clone-Moira aren’t so much appalled to hear people discuss this as just… resigned and mildly exasperated. Here we are, having perfectly created a fully cognizant clone of an adult human and that is what you choose to debate? Typical. This is why Moira doesn’t bother with involving other people when she’s working unless it’s for… testing.
As for how well Moira and clone-Moira would coexist… I think it’s up for debate. This would go one of two ways. Option one: Moira is absolutely delighted at this scientific success and by the opportunity to have someone who is quite literally her equal in all things around to talk to. Clone-Moira, having the exact same nature of inquiry and thirst for scientific study couldn’t care less that she’s the clone – she is just as thrilled as original-Moira and the two of them immediately work relentlessly to better understand the nature of clone-Moira’s existence. They complement each other relentlessly while stroking their own egos and are like giddy children over the entire thing.
(Plus, it becomes like… ten times more unnerving for Blackwatch to go visit their medic. If it was creepy to have one Doctor O'Deorain stare at your like you were a lab rat every time you went in for a physical exam, the experience of having two Doctor O'Deorains stare at you like that – and having no idea which one is actually the real one – is, quite frankly, horrific. On top of which, you are officially outnumbered every time you enter the lab which, as far as Jesse is concerned, is like the least desirable state to be in while around Moira and her medical equipment.)
Option two: Moira’s god-complex is 100% unprepared to be faced with an exact copy of itself and having two egos that big in the same room cause the structure of the world to buckle under the weight and one ends up killing the other before the week’s up. This part isn’t so much the disturbing part – because let’s face it, no one in Blackwatch is really that surprised that Moira is down to murder someone under the right conditions, least of all herself… because while killing your clone is disconcerting it’s exactly the right flavour of mad scientist bullshit that you’d expect from her – what is disturbing is that to this day no one can figure out if the original Moira or the clone survived. If the survivor knows, she’s not telling…