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I really enjoyed this book and can't wait until the other ones come out. But until then later mates. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. The Chronicles of Darkness: In Werewolf you could have a spirit of Gluttony, which is natural as far as spirits go, but also a corrupted spirit of Gluttony that lives in a wound and serves a Maeljin, which isn't natural. You should see the lesser types of demons Larvals, Deceptors and Immundi as tainted versions of their original form, which of course have some thematical overlap with ghosts, astral beings and spirits respectively.
The main difference here is the knowledge and cunning of demons, that most normal ephemeral being miss especially at low rank. Werewolf also refers to the First Wound, that place-that-isn't where Father Wolf was killed by his children. It is where the Maeljin Incarna come from, and live, and the source of all Wound spirits. It sounds a lot like the Inferno. As a place-that-isn't, it probably fits Mage's loose definition for a Lower Depth.
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Originally posted by nofather View Post. If anything Demon is almost a template you apply to spirits instead of humans. Of course there's also the Dominion thing which grants a few benefits, but not so many that I've ever thought it seemed worth the effort needed to become one.
Originally posted by Dataweaver View Post. The Inferno is in what mages call the Lower Depths, which is really closer to places where the natives are lacking in some way and need to feed off of what they lack. Overwhelmed with grief, he gives Beatrice her cross, which he had promised to restore to her upon his return from the Crusade. He begs for forgiveness and pleads with her to once again accept the love of God. She forgives him, and returns to her previous angelic form as she kisses him.
A two-headed angel descends from Heaven to take her. Beatrice promises they will be together soon, but in order to escape Hell, he will need to face Lucifer alone. Wandering in the dark, cold caverns of the final circle, Dante comes across a cave filled with huge frozen chains; he mows through them, only to find that he has freed a three-faced demon which appears to be Lucifer's corporeal form.
Dante slays the beast and moves toward Purgatory, where his salvation awaits. Lucifer, however, reveals his true corporeal form and easily overpowers Dante. He brags that many heroes, including Ulysses , Alexander , Attila , and Lancelot , had tried to kill him, but none had a soul black enough to allow Lucifer to free himself. He explains that Beatrice was merely bait to lure Dante into Hell to free him from his prison.
He vows to enter Purgatory and Paradise, and to rend Heaven into a new and greater Hell. Dante realizes he cannot stop Lucifer on his own; he prays and repents in humility and begs for divine forgiveness. Willing to sacrifice his own soul to defeat Lucifer and so prevent him from his sworn conquest of the higher realms, he pleads for the power to trap Lucifer with him forever.
Shocked, Lucifer runs back to stop Dante from making this pact; an explosive beam of light emanates from Dante, and Lucifer is frozen solid. Dante dives into the chasm that leads through the earth to Purgatory to be with Beatrice, now "neither completely living, nor completely dead", as he puts it. Later that night, the flesh-emblem of sin he ripped off his chest, transforms into a serpent, supposedly Lucifer waiting to get his revenge, that slithers away into the distance. The Japanese animation studio Production I. G helped animate Hell.
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A total of six animation studios were involved with the film. It was released on February 9, The movie is separated into several parts. Each chapter is animated with a different style; Dante is depicted with differing hair length, bodily proportions, and armour.
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