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How would a rouge Inquistor do such a thing?
A radical Inquisitor wishes to enslave a daemon has to do some kind of heretic ritual to do so, but does anyone know the finer details behind such a ritual?
The one way that I know of is that the Daemon allows himself to be trapped inside of a humanhost. And from their the prescence of the Daemon may bring the Inquisitor further down the road to Chaos.
Anyone else have any other ideas?
Sorry, couldn't resist.
It does involve a ritual. From what I remember of the scene in the book when it happened, it took surprisingly little. The inquisitor in question, if I recall, recited the "magic words" and it didn't need much more than that.
Now, KEEPING the demon ensnared takes a little more work. If I recall, runes and incantations needed to be written on the floor and walls around it to help keep it in place. Blessed chains and other devices are not uncommon either.
yea, the maintaining of the daemonhost is the hardest part. The more you restrain him, the less likely he will be to escape, or try and corrupt you, the less you restrain him, the more powerful he is, and more useful.
As you can see it's kinda a lose lose situation unless your really desperate, and unfortunately, Inquisitors tend to be constantly desperate.
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