The Human Experience of Violence and Intimacy
The Human experience is that of people who live on the edges of a very socially conservative culture. While people did engage in extraordinary acts of decadence they were considered very taboo and in many cases illegal.
Human characters should stay aware of what they consider to be the line for them in terms of decent and dignified behaviour. The demon will drag them across it, but when the mask comes off these actions need to be reconciled with the morality of the time.
Some will choose to quietly push the boundaries of the social rules they have. Many will openly reject the social norms and conventions of the time. But they should all react to the excesses of the demon world.
The Demon Experience of Violence and Intimacy
The Demon Experience is that of incorporeal spirits being given free reign to exercise their will through the medium of corporeal bodies. While the Demonic relationship with the Summoner will vary drastically from person to person, generally speaking they will treat the human body like it is a stolen car.
The Demons have very little care for social norms, but they don’t care that much about breaking them either. Hedonism is a thing they do but they are primarily interested in engaging with activities that fuel their sin. What makes this interesting is that the human is still in the passenger seat influencing the choices the demon makes, but ultimately it is the demonic agenda that is in control.
The Demons have no inherent gender or sexual attraction. Their primary interest is the accumulation of power over each other.
The Fallen experience of Violence and intimacy
The Fallen Angels very much do understand hedonism and absolutely love being in physical bodies. They are in the ironic position of encouraging demons to engage in sin not only with them but also with each other. The Fallen need to have a place in hell and they need the support of the demons to get this.
The Fallen have divisions and disagreements with each other over how ruthless they should be. They also love each other in ways that defy explanation. They were once in tune with the celestial chorus, now they only have each other to remember the glory of what they once were. Celestial glory juxtaposed with an insatiable addiction to epicurean excess.