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City of Angels is supplement for Demon: The Fallen detailing the influence of the fallen in Los Angeles.


From the White Wolf catalog:

City of Dreams
It is a city whose influence touches the hearts and minds of millions across the globe. The fallen are drawn to LA's potent mix of power, decadence, and decay, and fearsome demons stake their claims amid the city's violent streets and opulent boardrooms. Intrigue and bloodshed abound as ancient rivalries mix with the dizzying possibilities of the modern age, and the stage is set for an epic struggle to shape the city's first Infernal Court.
Streets of Fire
City of Angels thrusts players into the power plays, intrigues, and betrayals of fallen lords as they vie for one of the richest cities in the world. Will you seize the oppertunity for power and glory from the talons of your rivals, scheme from the shadows, or unite the outcasts of fallen society in a struggle for freedom and the souls of humankind?


How to use this book, and suggested reading and viewing.

Chapter One: After the Fire

The history of Los Angeles, including how the Earthbound helped create it, and the city today.

Chapter Two: Broken Wings

The groups fighting over or for the city, and more information on Lucifer's past whereabouts.

Chapter Three: Behind the Mask

The players and playas of the Los Angeles fallen.

Chapter Four: The Infernal Court

Details on the original Infernal Court and the one trying to form in modern times.

Chapter Five: Lost Souls

Those outside of the power plays, just trying to survive.

Background Information

Memorable Quotes



  • Scratch (Spentu Mainyu), manipulator of both the Infernal Court and the Blood Court
  • Jesus Arroya (Aglibol), Kishar's Minister of Aurochs
  • Julian Forester
  • Bartholomew Chandler (Vahishta)
  • Troy Daniels (Baphomel)
  • Tanya de Rossi
  • Micky Aldin (Azhvin)
  • Candy Sanchez (Wadjet)
  • John Park (Harut)
  • Johnette Eggers (Marut)
  • Boris Bonadventura (Kereth'ma)
  • Harold Martin (Erazil)
  • Tommy Bell (Azhi-Dahaka)
  • Alonso Carillero (Chemos)


  • Muriel Washington (Kishar), Baroness of the Infernal Court
  • Jason Kim (Vritran), Anat's Minister of Dust
  • Bob Johnson (Irush'bal)
  • Isaiah Lincoln (Kshitigarbha)
  • Andrew Lau (Inzibael)
  • Friedrich Mace (Resheph)
  • Brick Howe (Sraosha)
  • Juan Alejandro (Dyabhan)
  • Naadira Awad (Belet-Iri)
  • Jewel Wang-mu (Kumiho)
  • "Domino" (Aka Manah)
  • Alice Cartwell (Jinunsha)
  • M. Michael Harrington III (Tzadik Nistar)


  • Xiao Yuen (Al-Lat) - Cryptic conspirator
  • Jeremiah Azevedo (Guanli) - Kishar's Minister of Lions, lover of Ravana and thrall of Manishtusu
  • Manuel Garcia (Hanuman)
  • Nathaniel Hidalgo (Ebisu)
  • Nash Alhomeny (Hazzi)
  • Barry St. James (Zerubabel)
  • Tina Cotroneo (Sigiurnoth)
  • Indira Gunaratnam (Bekhorata)
  • Jenna Squires (Had'adezur)
  • Boris Duranovic (Ahithophel)
  • Dan Stegman (Hamath-Zobah)
  • Mother Tongue (Evkorquuth)
  • Jack Fetch (Nantothijah)


  • Mireille Calvet (Anat), leader of the Blood Court
  • Daniel Gopal (Chenrezig), Minister of Eagles and ally of Al-Lat
  • Zao Wei (Gao Yao)
  • One-Eye
  • Hannah Klein (Bosatsu)
  • Antonio Gabrelli (Agastya)
  • Sally Finn (Jahi)
  • Gary Maroschek (Haksedian)
  • Mandrake (Pashdaniel)
  • Deslie Fletcher (Idbashek)
  • Israel Arcella (Meonenim)
  • Marianne Northcott (Dalukmatia)
  • Katherine Roggenkamp (Lo-ruhamah)
  • DJ Pepper C. (Tahapeneskedu)
  • Robert Beresford (Charchemish)


  • Jonathan Freeman (Vohu Mano), Kishar's Minister of Dust
  • Carmen Esparza (Inana), Anat's Minister of Aurochs
  • Carlos Reyes (Haurvatat)
  • Tommy Yongchaiyut (gShen-rab)
  • Giovanni (Adapa)
  • Barbie Wentworth (Anahita)
  • Lundon Petrovich (Kyhung)
  • Keith Ochoa (Ga-Gorib)
  • Bobby Jaspers (Urioch)
  • Prabha Vati (Tikidoshe)
  • Luther Vine (Balsemem)
  • Sly Jones (Dresmiel)
  • Kerr Tyler (Hantu)
  • Cece Sheridan (Callieach)


  • Jeffrey Black (Ashur)
  • Violet Takahashi (Ameretat)
  • Moco (Kurttikeya)
  • Robin Jang (Hiaken)
  • Bric-et-Brac (Azhi and Dahaki)
  • Carmen Parigi (Moiratha)
  • Dr. Vincent Gau (Omitsunu)
  • Molly Vazquez (Nyx)
  • Muhtadi Abolhassan (Thauthos)
  • Agent Marcus Keyes (Sauvitar)
  • Ed Kelner (Adriel)
  • Donald Stein (Orias)
  • Sylvia Sarah Woods (Manat)


  • Old Tilda (Nasu), Anat's Minister of Eagles and one of Al-Lat's co-conspirators.
  • Mary Beth Holden (Ravana), Anat's Minister of Lions, Guanli's lover and thrall of Manishtusu
  • Mae West (Erishkagel)
  • Michael Gutenov (Hepat)
  • Trip-9 (Haraphael)
  • Psycho (Mot)
  • Peter Gold (Bashemath)
  • Dee Anson (Shemaiah)
  • Nigel Moorcock (Irshemesh)
  • Ronni Parks (Bizjothja)
  • Isabella Lind (Jahaleel)
  • Raul Lopez (Barak)
  • Joyce Allen (Yigal)
  • Fred Jacobs (Gavril)


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