XVIII : The Moon


A professional who uses Heather and the cult for his own personal gain

   Despite the fact that he is a priest in the town's religious organization, Vincent actively opposes the rebirth of God. Using the contributions of devotees he has been able to greatly expand the cult, and it is known that he forces some of the cult's adherents to donate to the church funds. Vincent's goal is to make money using the church. Although it is his plan to tie Claudia's and Alessa's special powers to faith in the church, he has no desire to take it so far as to actually see God restored to this world. For this reason, he intends to approach Heather and prevent Claudia from carrying out her plans.

C r e a t o r ' s    C o m m e n t a r y

The Moon card can mean uneasiness, distrust, or inconstancy. I thought that the personality of Vincent, who does not speak plainly to others and makes them uneasy, was applicable to "the moon" so I included this card in the game.
(Hiroyuki Owaku)

To avoid putting himself in harm's way, Vincent approaches Heather in an attempt to use her to his own ends.

The power of the Seal of Metatron that Vincent clings to is...?

Vincent believes that the Seal of Metatron has the ability to defeat God, but...
In the first game, this seal is inscribed in many places around town.
For some reason, Leonard protected the seal obsessively.
C r e a t o r ' s    C o m m e n t a r y

To the town's religious organization, the Seal of Metatron is an ordinary talisman with no particular significance. As Alessa was unable to spread this crest throughout the entire town in the first game, its power was never demonstrated. In spite of this, both Vincent and Leonard misunderstood its abilities.
(Hiroyuki Owaku)

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