In October 2015 I explored how the Seven Deadly Sins could be given greater prominence within the In Nomine setting. Those investigations led me to create a Superior list that was a mix of canonical and non canonical characters.
Since I know that some of you readers have chosen to make this a part of your standard setting, I am consolidating the list of relevant superiors all in one place
Impudite Prince of Lust
Formerly: Mercurian Archangel of Love
In Nomine p158 | Superiors 2 p5 | Court
Calabite Prince of Gluttony
Formerly: Gremlin of Sloth (created after the Fall)
Haagenti is not the first Demon to hold the word of Gluttony, but he is the first to become a Superior.
In Nomine p168 | Superiors 2 p36 | Court
Balseraph Prince of Greed
Formerly: Seraph Servitor of Eli then Balseraph Dealer of Asmodeus
In canon, Mammon is a rather minor prince. I tend to make him one of the most prominent.
Revelations III p45 | Superiors 4 p47 | Liber Neglecta | Court
Prince of Sloth [deceased, eaten by Haagenti]
Formerly: Powerful Servitor of Janus
I typically give Meserach one of two back-stories, neither entirely canon. 1) He is a fallen Djinn of Wind who used his attunement to get out of work. 2) He was not a Servitor of Janus at all, but the Archangel of the Sabbath.
Liber Neglecta | Remnant Court
Habbalite, 1st Prince of Wrath
Formerly: Servitor of Fire collaborating with Dominic and Asmodeus on developing the concept of Justice.
Renegade Nephilhite Princess of Envy
I originally wanted to build as Leviathan the Princess of the Deep. However, Beleth’s Djinn Tariel already holds “The Deep,” according to In Nomine canon. Since Leviathan is also associated with envy, I ended up building her that way instead.
Prince of Pride (Band Unknown)
Formerly: A Redeemer
Calabite, Current Prince of Wrath (alt. Prince of Fanaticism)
Orifiel was Uriel’s senior Ofanite, and he fell when his Archangel was recalled. This much is canon. However, every other “most senior” angel who fell seems to not only have been offered a word, but a Princedom.