Jordi, Archangel of Animals


Jordi2Kyriotate † Active † Canon

“The world is an animal,
wild and quick.”

Official Writeups
In Nomine p124

JordiUnofficial Writeups
To Say Nothing of the Beasts † Sean Borgstrom

Origins
Created roughly 100 million BC (2nd Wave)

“Jordi” by Trows


Likely Inspiration

In an earlier draft Jordi was named Alain – most likely after Alain Bombard. The best I can figure with the current name is that it is a tribute to (and inversion of) the St. George story.

If you know of another Jordi or Alain that has a strong association with animals, please let me know!

Featured Posts & Pages

List of Servitors † PlaylistTo Say Nothing of the Beasts (Choir Realignment)

Known Tethers

Liber Neglecta Posts

Numinous Corpus: Fauna - Many of the Ornamental Numinous Corpus from Liber Canticorum recalled some animal or other. Considering how much demons enjoy their bestial …

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Songs for Jordi - In coming up with Jordi’s playlist I was faced with something of a dilemma. Did I want to use animal …

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Animals and Lightning - Last week a lightning storm in Norway took out an entire herd of reindeer. This is precisely the sort of …

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Rzhani, Mercurian Angel of Horses - Rzhani is one of the few Servitors of Jordi to have made significant inroads into human/animal relations. The strength, speed, …

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Jordi’s Emissary to Lawrence - Even when you’re on the “same side,” the tether of another Superior can feel very out of place. For example, …

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To Say Nothing of the Beasts - If you’ve ever taken a close look at Jordi’s Choirs Attunements, you’ll have noticed something was missing. There’s no choir …

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Heavenly Servitor Pages Live! - Pages now live for: Servitors of Blandine (5/30) Servitors of Christopher (5/30) Servitors of David (5/31) Servitors of Dominic (5/31) Servitors of Eli …

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The Song of Serpents - Each one threw down his staff, and they became serpents. The Songs of Serpents calls upon both the literal and …

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