Elerial is one of Yves most ancient and timeless servitors. ~She worked with Eli in designing creation and consults with David, Marc, and Jean on matters of timing regarding their respective projects. Originally ~she was one of the impassive Elohim, but once Meserach emerged as the Prince of Sloth, ~she acquiesced to Dominic and Uriel‘s requests that ~she take the Malakim vows. Continue reading
Laraje is Hell’s own William Tell. He may look like a dirty cream goat draped in a putrescent green tabbard, but he is also a crippling shot and one of the last high profile servitors of Makatiel. Unlike some hunters, Laraje takes no joy in a quick kill. His pleasure comes inflicting burning red wounds and evoking bilious vomit.
Servitor of Jordi in service to Sandalphon
Before the dawn of time, Dickcissel was once one of the angels to hold a portion of god’s tremendous demiurgic power. With the birth of the true Symphony he released that energy into the new creation. Spent, he chose to join Jordi’s ranks rather than stay with Eli. Continue reading
Considering the fact that sier word is Visability, Arbatel is not seen on earth much at all. This is because shortly after sie attained sier word, sie was placed under Dominican sanction for revealing heavenly secrets without leave or cause. When Arbatel can come to earth sierself, sier visits are brief and brilliant affairs, but more often sie is forced to work through proxies.
Like most servitors of Lithroy, Arbatel hates secrets. Sie can be called upon to improve both physical and cultural visibility – but sier authority and interest end there. It is precisely because Arbatel has not followed any cause or individual past the point of visibility that sie has not faced the far more serious accusation of Vanity that Dominic would like to pin upon sier wings. Continue reading
Agbekoja started as one of Kronos’ talent scouts, haunting crossroads in his immaculate three piece suits. When one of the living lost passed his way, Agbekoja would tempt them away from any potential salvation.
Agbekoja’s fortunes changed when he formed a pact with Robert Johnson. Shortly thereafter a traveling Archangel made a deal with the will dressed lilin, buying out the remainder of the demon’s (indefinite) contract to the Prince of Fate. Continue reading
Before time was time, Jaami was the chief administrator of Heaven. Then Yves convinced the venerable angel to make way for the Metatron, During their tenure, Jaami helped heaven work as one, after sealing their own power and joining David’s ranks dissent was able to creep into heaven. This ultimately resulted in the betrayals of Lucifer, Ophis, and the Grigori. Recently Lawrence learned Jaami’s true identity, and after a particularly humiliating defeat he sought out the venerable Kyriotate and restored it’s full power.
The two have been thick as thieves since. They agree on everything, and slowly more of the Archangels are falling into line, assisting Jaami in gathering everything and everyone back together.
Note: This is a non-canon interpretation designed to allow for an Angelic antagonist – the cannonical version is a simple wordbound servitor of David.
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
Glaive is an old soldier in Heaven’s Army. Although she serves Lawrence now, she came up through Michael’s ranks, not Uriel’s. Her tactics are a bit antiquated, but still sound. Much like her original Superior, Glaive favors individual acts of heroism over regimented formations.
She knows her duty and she will execute it, but she has a soft spot for loose canons (read PCs) especially if they can get results. Continue reading
Countex of Final Judgement, Demon of Pardons
A couple months back I shared a link to the Lesser Bot on the Liber Neglecta Facebook page. Some of the demons it churns out are quite fun, and with a bit of work could make for some fantastic NPCs.
Take Abersumi, the Demon of Pardons. Pardons is such an interesting Word. It implies both guilt and release, an end to formal punishment, a second chance, and a certain degree of favoritism. In many ways it is a perfect for The Game. Continue reading