Aspiration: Collect favors from other demons. (short-term)
Five Questions: The one thing I don't like about Demon is its five questions. I understand what they wanted to do, but I feel like they could have done better here.
Who did you share a part of yourself with when you first Fell? A disgruntled secretary way too into following the lives of 30-something American actresses to convince herself it wasn't too late for her, and way too in love with Rahim, and way too eager to do whatever he told her. He ended up telling her everything, and told her to make her own choices. She left, which wasn't what he'd hoped, but it probably saved her life. Maybe. He didn't have the heart to tell her that she wasn't too OLD to make it in Hollywood; it was her accent and her skin color that'd shut doors for her there.
Who doesn't know, but suspects you're not human? Rahim's contacts aren't stupid - that's what makes them useful. His contractor friends are all the recipients of incredibly important - sometimes lifesaving - favors he's arranged, and more than a few of them have picked up on the fact that there's no way he should be able to pull the kind of strings he seems to get access to. Most think he's Working For Somebody, but there's one guy who thinks he knows better - weird way of getting what he wants without even a whiff of appropriate (or inappropriate) channels being accessed, bizarre requests for information that can't possibly be relevant to him, loves to make deals...he's starting to ask the right questions.
Who could give you up to the angels right now, if they really wanted to? Rahim hasn't always been careful with the human detritus he tends to leave behind. There was a factory explosion back in 2013...the "ecoterrorists" responsible, they never got caught, but one of them saw more than she was supposed to. She knows WHY they never got caught, she knows RAHIM as well as the sheath-identity he was using, and she knows that their benefactor doesn't give a shit about Mother Earth - he's after something from somewhere ELSE. Something like him, only...bigger. When she has really good days and manages not to think about it too often, she can sleep.
Who would you trust the truest part of yourself with if you absolutely had to? Rahim isn't really the paranoid type. He's too good at manipulating other people even when he's not reading their minds. He knows there are good people out there, people he tries not to weaponize if he can help it, people who might help him if he were honest with what he wanted, rather than making up a lie and then teaching them to worship it.
But he wouldn't burden them. If he absolutely had to, he'd trust his enemies, wearing the faces of those THEY trust and sharing secrets veiled in banality.
Who thinks they have something on you, when all they really have is smoke and mirrors? Rahim deals with Doubting Thomases, the formerly betrayed, or those infuriatingly reasonable types who see through his bullshit all the time. There's always the dissenters in the group who think they know him: a con man, a false savior, an abuser, a liar, a lech. None of them ever jump to Fallen Angel, though. Which is good...and mostly for them.