A familiar imp


Type: Bygone
Nature: Deviant
Attributes: Strength 1, Dexterity 2, Stamina 1, Charisma 2, Manipulation 3, Appearance 0, Perception 3, Intelligence 3, Wits 2
Abilities: Alertness 2, Subterfuge 1, Etiquette 3, Stealth 4, Cosmology 2, Occult 3
Willpower: 3, Essence: 2
Charms: Flight, Invisibility, Speech, Forbidden Knowledge

Special Abilities
Forbidden Knowledge – Nizzet makes an Etiquette + Manipulation roll to find out information about all things infernal, demonic, or Umbral, as he grovels before more powerful demons for information. If he amuses them, they might tell him what he wishes to know. In other words, more successes results in more complete knowledge.
Paradox Storing – Although he will complain bitterly if forced to do so, Nizzet can store up to five points of Paradox, which will bleed off over time. If forced to store more than 5 points, an immediate backlash will result for Rupert Cain. Additionally, if Nizzet is seen outside of the Church of the First Blood, he will accumulate Paradox – for Rupert Cain. It’s fortunate that Nizzet can turn invisible…


Intanizzetenian, also known as Nizzet, is of a type of a lesser demon that is sometimes known as an imp. Summoned to earth and bound by Rupert Cain, Nizzet leads a surprisingly pleasant life for a being bound to another’s will: Rupert Cain treats him no worse than he treats anyone else, and by the standards of the lowest and weakest denizen of Hell, that’s hardly an imposition. Nizzet is tasked with various and sundry small tasks, such as keeping The Church of the First Blood, keeping Rupert’s library organized, and consuming paradox from the impulsive priest. In exchange, Nizzet is fed quintessence, and offered a safe haven. From time to time, Nizzet is called upon to spy, scout, or reconnoiter invisibly, or to liaise with other denizens of Hell, tasks which he undertakes with no small amount of complaining.

Shortly prior to his disappearance, Rupert Cain conducted a ritual to infuse Nizzet with more essence, making him more powerful and more intimidating. In addition to an increase in size, the ritual left Nizzet with gold and obsidian rings on his newly enlarged horns.

Nizzet’s whereabouts, like those of his master, are currently unknown.


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