I got the idea that there was a little bit of call for a demon whose a bit more morally grey, thought I'd try.Name:
The Tiger Shark, The Rage of Atlantis, The Sword of the OceanAppearance:
Tig-Or-A-Arun looks very much like someone gave a shark arms and legs and made it stand up. Eight feet tall and very powerfully built, he has tail extending backwards with a end for swimming power. Two fingers and a thumb on each hand with webbed feet, his head ends in a snub nose with shining eyes above it and rows of terrifyingly sharp teeth.
A fin extends from his back about a foot, which shows a dark blue with sea-green stripes. His underbelly is white. This coloration is quite dramatic in the air, but proves to be frighteningly stealthy in the ocean.Powers:
Tig-Or-A-Arun is a warrior who evolved from an aquatic environment. His powers are mostly along these lines.Aquatic
- The Tiger Shark breathes underwater as easily as a normal person does on land. And his swimming speed is about 150 miles per hour to boot. His sense of smell is supernaturally acute, and his ability to see in the dark depths of the seas is a proud link to the animal kingdom.Atlantian
- Born in the underwater city of Atlantis, Tiger Shark is much stronger and tougher then a normal person. Has been known to pick armored vehicles over his head and take tank shells, though with visible strain and discomfort in both cases. He also has incredible tolerance for pressure and cold and can not drown. Warrior
- Tiger Shark's hand-to-hand and melee-weapon combat skills are considered forces to be reckoned with even by demonic standards. Less serious hunters and demons have called him "The Underwater Bruce Lee".Sharkbite
- Tiger Shark possesses a bite attack that truly lives up to his namesake. Between his heightened jaw strength and sharp teeth he's been known to bite the heads of his enemies clean off in a display of blood and gore.Ban:
The horrible irony is that while his Ban works, it also only makes him more determined and increases his conviction that he's right about surface humans. Water Pollution is killing his people, and to slow him down, stop him, or kill him you have to do the same. Polluted Water is his ban- the more polluted, the less natural the pollutants, and the more destructive the pollutants the more effective the Ban works. Minions:
'The Tiger Shark' considers himself an Atlantian first, a member of a dying people second, and a Demon a distant third. Some Atlantians even ask the question if they're really demons at all. Most Atlantians seen around Tiger Shark have similar appearances of human-aquatic life form hybrids, mostly fish for civilians and more predatory animals like sharks for the warriors. The vast majority of Atlantians are, sadly, either dying of various toxic exposure related ailments or sterile.Cultists:
Perhaps most dangerous for how well they blend in, the only real universal factor is that the cultists tend to be believers in Environmental causes. And some are even trained to hide this as well. Only Tig-Or-A-Arun's favorites will be trained as fighters, but if called into battle they will all will fight with all the fury a true fanatic can muster.
There is no known physical distinguishing characteristic to really mark the cultists, which can work in a hunter's favor once a cult has been located but finding one is the hard part. The only real clue is found in records, look for women who are oddly okay with having a large number of abortions, miscarriages, and stillbirths. The main responsibility of a human in an Atlantian cult is to allow Atlantians to use them for breeding- so if she's had what on paper seems to be a large number of abortions, miscarriages, and stillbirths it may actually mean she's had multiple human-atlantian hybrids and allowed them to be taken by the atlantians for conversion and raising.Personality:
To 'Tig-Or-A-Arun', this being a demon rarely enters the equation. He considers himself an Atlantian first, a member of a dying people second, and a Demon a distant third. Most of his people are of a similar mindset, even to the point where some openly wonder if they are demons at all. To 'The Tiger Shark', this question is a waste of time. Say what you will about demons, they aren't poisoning the waters the Atlantians call home. The demons aren't the reason 99.8% of Atlantians are either dying of a toxic exposure condition or completely sterile.
To Tig-Or-A-Arun, his battles are about the survival of his people and the oceans. Survival is his motivation, not anything so mindless as evil for it's own sake. Yes, he'll kill dozens of humans gladly if they're dumping chemicals into the waters. Yes, he's raped human women before- but his people are going extinct, and his people have the right to survive.
The hunters will probably find that, for a demon, he still comes off as surprisingly honorable. He may be a environmentalist extremist and species preservation fanatic on his best days and an outright genocidal maniac on his worst- but his actions do need to have some sort of justification along the lines of preserving the oceans, his species, or his culture. He'll try to avoid attacking even in the presence of children for example. He'll discard weapons if he's fighting an opponent that seems honorable but unarmed. He'll rape women, but only those that appear to be at the right age and strength to bear children in hopes of breeding them- he'll avoid damaging more then he has to.
In short, he'll do great evil but because he thinks he has to for his people to survive and not for the evulz. Whether this makes him a weaker, softer demon opponent for the hunters or an even stronger one has yet to be seen.Catchphrase:
"I am the fist of all of my people murdered by yours, I stand for my people's right to survive. Live or Die, my soul can not be broken."
"WHAT. DO. YOU. FIGHT FOR?"
"Your sacrifice will be sung of forever, below the waves."
"War is my Destiny."