Every so often the topic of a new edition of In Nomine gets floated on the Steve Jackson Games forum. It goes on for a little bit and then we are reminded that there is a core disagreement within the SJG team as to what direction it would take. Continue reading
They are there among you, in the forgotten corners of your shining city: the punks, the artists, the destitute, and the dispossessed.
If they have seen god at all “he” has not been kind to them. And now, they are banding together (at least in one city), fighting for mutual support but not under David’s banner. A demon has reached them first.
They are not evil, they are not cruel, but they’d rather be damned than follow your rules.
While you are welcome to introduce your own patron – I would pick a renegade Djinn of Fire who is under Lilith’s protection.
Hispid is a Malakite of Animals who specializes in punishing overaggressive predators, including such apex predators as humans, demons, and ethereals. Her preferred vessel is a large porcupine, but a stocky hirsute human will do when circumstances demand it.
Although Hispid’s celestial form has the signature black wings of her Choir, the animalistic qualities of her previous Cherubic duties are still visible.
Hispid is a playable starting character! Continue reading
With the threat of global war once again on the rise, Ba’al has granted his Djinn leave to travel to the Corporeal realm at will to gather allies and draw semiotic battle lines.
While a part might encounter one or two of these “dogs” stirring up hate and endorsing autocratic rule, hundreds more will be acting beyond their reach.
Should angels engage them in open conflict, the resulting fight would likely spill over into mortals, kicking off the very war the heavenly servants are trying to prevent; other, more challenging solutions are called for.