At the time of Malphas‘ fall, Shapinah was his senior Elohim. Rather than follow her boss into hell, the well endowed angel fought him, and what remained of her afterwords took the Malakim vows. Much like Malphas, Shapinah’s skill has always had a knack for shaping how things break (stone in particular, but steel, bone, and hearts work just as well). However, unlike her former boss, she has always favored clean breaks. Continue reading
Mama Peche is crass, hard hitting, butch habbalite on a crash course for trouble. When she’s not mending shoes or helping Haagenti take a bite out of Andrealphus‘ territory, The Clingstone and her peaches & cream clad ass likes to cruse the clubs for hungry lovers: usually someone else’s well fed wife with a hunger for something new… and if they don’t have that hunger yet, Mama Peche will give it to them.
Mama Peche Clingstone is one of about half a dozen demons vying for control of the march between Lust and Gluttony. Each and every one of them is queer as hell and they’ll band together when attacked en masse. However, Novalis as elevated a counterpart for almost every one of the, and none is going to help any other with their personal angel problem.
The current crisis has meant that lots of folks are dealing with government bureaucracies struggling with the twin strains of excess demand and short staffing. However, it is always fun to imagine that these problems are caused by malicious actors rather than overwhelmed systems.
These demons were originally envisioned as minor nuisances (7 Force) or comic relief, not as major antagonists – but since they do not have stats yet, they could be built more powerfully if that’s what your game needs. Continue reading
Lord Morel is a porcine Djinn of Lust. He disguises himself as a respectable businessman, but sometimes he lets that disguise fall simply because he can. To lord Morel, all women are sows who neither want nor deserve anything more than to rut for men. He counts Lilim as women no matter what form they wear or how they identify.
Lord Morel is an example of an obvious evil.
The mix of sexism, bigotry, authority, and coercive practices make him a good antagonist for any party, whether angelic or infernal. Continue reading
For a lark I looked at the past month worth of search terms bringing folks to the site, and three in particular seemed interesting:
- BDSM Demon Goetia
- Oriphiel & Uriel Difference
- Eli, Demon Prince of Cancer
Psi is a newly fledged Demon of Lust, but due to his inability to get laid, he already considers himself a renegade. Whether or not he has been granted a Word I leave as an exercise for the GM, but if he has I would suggest Nybbas (not Andrealphus) as his sponsor. Continue reading
Depression is dangerous in an angel; especially among the Elohim, where feeling is so central to who they are and what they do. Rather than fall in the ghost of Meserach’s clutches, an Elohite of Creation has thrown themselves into the local club scene in an attempt to prove that they can still feel, still love, still want.
It is a vulnerable place for one of the Elohim to be, too much attachment; too much pain, and they still might crack and become one of the Punishers – and Andrealphus always tends to keep his fingers on the pulse of the night scene and is more than happy to lead a Creationer down the path to hell.
A party that successfully leads the Elohite back to their side should be allowed to call upon them as a resource in the future.
The first Demon of Adulteration was a Shedite of Beelzebub who had thought to join with Kobal after it’s first Superior died. Baal had other ideas, and conscripted the Demon of Adulteration to assist in The War effort. Few demons had as much direct experience with Purity’s mindset as one of Corruption’s wordbound servitors. Continue reading
There are any number of questions one could ask about Andrealphus:
- Why is the Prince of Lust always a Dom?
- Do Incubi and Sucibi exist?
- How come slavery consistently has a closer connection to Lust than to Greed, Cruelty, or Factions?
The one I want to focus on today is this:
“How can you keep a Servitors of Andrealphus from being a rapist?”
Andrealphus, Baal, Cherub, David, Dominic, Duchies, Eli, Elohite, Furfur, Jordi, Khalid, Kyriotate, Lawrence, Magog, Malakite, Malphas, Mammon, Marc, Metatron, Michael, Ofanite, Ohr, Seraph, Seraphim Council, Shedite, Tsayadim, Uriel
I have been trying to figure out what I can write for heaven that could serve as the counterpart to the Duchies of Hell series. And the truth is that nothing will quite be the same. In Nomine has made it quite clear that Heaven does not observe the same feudal system as hell, nor are the Archangels expected to adhere to a uniform structure the way the Princes of Hell are.
But this really just means that I need to look at each Archangel individually. Lawrence openly embraces hierarchy. Dominic embraces it somewhat more covertly. Jordi seems to let his masters make and rearrange their own hierarchies spontaneously so long as it is never formalized.