Uthra are the lowest
angels. They have no free will, no personality... as
Void often says, mindless drones. All Uthra have a
"limited warranty." After about 500-1,000 years, they
are usually destroyed and replaced by other Uthra.
These angels have no physical form, although some have
visible forms. Some are used by gods, Taubri, and
sometimes Grigori to communicate with each other and
the "mortal world." Others do mundane jobs that no
Taubri or Grigori in their right mind would do.
Named after the generic Mandaean word for
As most people have
figured out, Abadon is what Faustus is, an "angel of
death". Abadon have two main jobs: natural-related
death and vengence related death. They will retrieve a
departed soul from any higher organism and pass it to
a Telvi (another Uthra), or will be used by Taubri or
gods to smite a mortal down by simply ripping their
soul out. Good times.
Named after Abadon, angel of death.
Telvi are the
"harvesters" of the Uthra. Their job is to collect a
soul from an Abadon and tote it around. The soul can
be released, recycled into another body, be brought to
a Naekur to judge whether it will be used as a
Grigori, or any number of things.
Mai are purely the
subordinates of the Beliar. They are the fighters of
the Uthra and know no other purpose.
Doumah, or Muses,
are controllers. If a god or Taubri wishes to sway a
mortal's mind, they will send a Doumah to "muse" them,
or basically possess them.
Name Origin: I
derived the name Doumah from the angel Duma, the
Egyptian angel of silence.
There are two types
of Erelim: Eyes and Voices. Higher beings tend to have
anywhere from 10 to 100 of each at any time. Eyes can
be possessed by gods or Taubri to see anything at any
place the Erelim is sent. Voices can be possessed to
go anywhere and speak for the possessor, even though
they may not be there.
Erelim are named after the angel class of Erelim, who
were said to have infinate eyes and
Nadel are the
messengers-- they basically go from place to place to
deliver messages. They can be used by gods, Taubri, or
Derived the name Nahdel from the angel Nadiel, the
angel of migration.