Balseraph of Lust
Demon of Rule 34
Corporeal Forces: 3 Strength: 6 Agility: 6
Ethereal Forces: 5 Intelligence: 10 Precision: 10
Celestial Forces: 4 Will: 10 Perception: 6
Vessel: Human male/3, Charisma +2
Skills: Computer Programming/6, Dodge/3, Driving/1, Emote/3, Knowledge (Pornography/6, Web Design/3), Lying/2, Ranged Weapon/5 (revolver), Savoir-Faire/5, Seduction/6, Small Weapon (Knife/1, Whip/2)
Songs: Healing (All/4), Motion (All/3), Sensation (All/3), Shields (Corporeal/6, Ethereal/1, Celestial/3), Thunder/6
Attunements: Balseraph of Lust, Dark Desire, Kiss of Death, Demon of Rule 34
Special Rite: Create a new category of pornography.
Rule 34: Whatever it is, there is porn of it.
Well, even without the complications below he's actually not got a completely sweet gig: Sebhil is pretty much stuck with being Lust's webmaster. It's the price you pay for actually knowing something about computers. Not that the Balseraph is complaining - at least, not where anybody can hear him. He's got more important things to worry about.
The problem is the Word of Pornography. There isn't one. There apparently can't be one, and nobody can figure out why. Every holder of that Word has exploded somewhere three or four days after getting it. It's been suggested that either the conception of the Word is too unstable for a celestial to embody, or else the mismatch between the actual power of Pornography and its perceived power by Hell is too great to reconcile, or possibly even it's just too close to the Word of Lust to allow any non-Superior to hold it and live. Regardless of the reason, the Word currently stands vacant: Andrealphus gave up on trying after the last holder disintegrated while... interfacing with the Prince of Lust. It was an interesting dénouement, you understand, and the Beautiful Prince found the experience quite worth his time. But it was a bit wasteful, not to mention difficult to clean up afterwards.
So, no Word of Pornography - but that's not really the problem. The problem is that this really does leave a large metaphysical hole in Lust's organizational chart. Given the nature of the overarching Word of Lust, it's perhaps unsurprising that Words subordinate to Pornography would somehow actively try to, ah, expand to fill the emptiness. The, ah, engorgement going on here is not really under the control of the holders of the Words in question, but then again, so what else is new? And, needless to say, if one subordinate Word becomes, ah, rampant above all the others, it will swell to become the Word of Pornography... and then the owner of it explodes, three or four days later. Andrealphus, after watching this cycle take place four or five times - he got both the point and the solution after the second iteration; after that, he was just fascinated by the whole thing - has worked out that the best method of fixing this problem is to break down the Word of Pornography into as many trivial Words as he can manage (the more trivial the better, in fact). Past a certain saturation point the Words will not intensify, as they have no metaphysical room to grow. Thus, no rapid expansion... and no explosions.
And this is why Sebhil has his Word, which would be otherwise difficult to justify for him to have. He did perfectly well on Earth duty, although he wasn't precisely feeling challenged in his position as a designer of pornographic websites. There wasn't anything particularly wrong with the Balseraph, from Hell's point of view - but there wasn't much particularly right about him, either. He sort of drifted into being Word-bound.
Of course, now that he's stuck in a very troublesome job, he's starting to change a bit. The various demons holding Words that could be involuntarily expanded into Pornography tend to have rapid personality changes once they realize that their continual existence is fundamentally dependent on the continual existence of other people. Demons don't really like discovering this, but they generally get used to it. Of course, it's not like they have a choice; also of course, Asmodeus takes an unhealthy interest of all of this, which means that the usual fine line has to be walked. All in all, this means that the Balseraph can generally be safely defined in what he's doing, not who he is.
And oh, yes: this annoys him no end.