Valefor, Prince of Theft

valeforCalabite Ψ Active Ψ Canon
“The world is there for the taking,
so take whatever you can.”

Official Writeups
In Nomine 180 Ψ Superiors IV p70

Sigil of Valefor - GoetiaUnofficial Writeups

Servitor of Demogorgon (claimed)

“Valefor” by Trows


Valefor’s Calabite discords are Angry and Berserk

Likely Inspiration

In demonology, Valefor is a Duke of Hell. He tempts people to steal and is in charge of a good relationship among thieves. Valefar is considered a good familiar by his associates “till they are caught in the trap.”

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Court Ψ Duchies

Playable Characters: Camille, Who didn’t pay… again!


* I cannot find a reference to the Lady of Cebu – but the Boljoon Church in the Province of Cebu has a history of piracy.

Known Tethers

Liber Neglecta Posts

Rittmeister Generals of the Apocalypse - The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse may not have shown up as part of In Nomine’s Revelations cycle, but that …

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Camille, Who Didn’t Pay… Again - Camille is the very spirit of gate-hopping (well, aside for the demon who got that Word first, the bastard). It …

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Founders of the 7 Infernal Bands - According to Heaven, there were no demons before The Fall. If true, that means that each Band began somewhere. In …

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Duchies of Hell: Valefor - Valefor is one of only two major Demon Princes to have no mention of Higher Distinctions anywhere. No NPCs have …

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Valac, Raider of Heaven - You think the Servitors of Kronos are precise? Let me tell you, you know nothing about precision. Name me one …

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Infernal Courts are Now Live! - The pages for the following infernal courts are now live: Court of Alaemon (6/12) Court of Andrealphus (6/12) Court of Asmodeus (6/12) Court …

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The Songs of Traffic - In the build up to a new campaign, one of my players asked me for an ability to help them …

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Genubath, Demon Prince of Rapine - “The world is waiting to be plundered. Take what you can and damn the rest.” Before having his word stolen …

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