Das spiel wird von Croc und Mathias Twardowski angeboten obwohl die Idee nicht von ihnen, sondern von einem alten Freundeskreis stammt und von Siroz publiziert. Es gibt auch eine amerikanische Adaptation namens In Nomine, die allerdings zahlreiche Modifikation vom Original erleiden musste. Jeder Engel dient einem der ca. Es kann durchaus vorkommen, dass Engel des Islams mit denen der Christen nicht einer Meinung sind.
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The game is extremely tongue-in-cheek, full of pop culture references and very fun to play. The game, currently in its fourth edition, is no longer sold since The American In Nomine is derived from this game, but very different. Advertisement: This game provides examples of: Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence : Many angels and demons are former mortals who were "promoted" in the afterlife.
Most notably, Eve, Archangel of women, is the biblical Eve. Aerith and Bob : While most of the Demon Princes have suitably evil-sounding names, the majority of the Archangels have perfectly mundane French names. Justified for the ones based on actual saints and biblical characters, less so for the ones original to the game.
Every Archangel and Demon Prince has a specific earthly concept assigned to them, and their servants get a lesser amount of the same powers. Advertisement: Cloud Cuckoolander : God himself in the third edition backstory.
Is currently in a french rest home to recover from all the stress of trying to run the universe. Fourth edition implies that this was actually Obfuscating Stupidity to help the continuing implementation of his constantly running Xanatos Gambit.
Contemptible Cover : The third edition rulebook, demon side, features a pentacle with "In Nomine Satanis" written in big golden letters. Creator Provincialism : An awful lot of characters and important events of the metaplot are in France, unsurprisingly. Advertisement: Dead Baby Comedy : More often than not. Double-Sided Book : The third and fourth edition rulebooks.
Dumb Muscle : Bifrons, Demon Prince of the dead, is this for The Legions of Hell - one of the most personally powerful and brutal of the lot, and commands legions of The Undead to bolster Hell in addition to his demonic host, but incredibly stupid and easy to manipulate. On the angelic side, Archangel Michael , Archangel of war, has very little skill in anything not related to kicking ass and taking names.
Gambit Pileup : The entire setting comes off as a massive competition between bickering Heavenly and Hellish forces, all of them being played for chumps by God. Good Is Not Nice : The mellowest of the militant Archangels come off as this; the more hardcore ones fall straight into Light Is Not Good and Pure Is Not Good instead, often being intolerant, sexist or fascistic or any combination assholes.
Have You Seen My God? The fourth edition is explained by him coming back and changing the rules of the Big Game. Here There Were Dragons : Dragons, fairy peoples and lots of other supernaturals were wiped out or almost so , mostly by George yes, that George , Archangel of Purity , shortly after Christianity began, and not exactly for altruistic reasons. Most of the less militant and even a few militant but more tolerant Archangels hate his guts as a result.
Jesus Was Way Cool : And still is one of the nicest guys in the setting. Knight Templar : A very common disposition among the Archangels, unfortunately. Their subordinates can be even worse, as even mostly reasonable Archangels often have less-than-reasonable factions among them.
Number of the Beast : The games uses d Rule of Fun : In spades, along with Rule of Funny. Satan : Lucifer rules Hell and the Demon Princes, of course. His original angelic name was Samael. Just as Planned.
IN NOMINE SATANIS PDF
In Nomine Satanis/Magna Veritas
In Nomine Satanis / Magna Veritas