In Nomine Anime - Expanded Filmography

In Nomine: Anime is over a decade old now, and the Japanese haven't stopped making anime in that time... This is an expanded filmography for that work.

The list compiler usually prefers the original titles for works; thus, the entries are sorted by their Japanese titles.

Aa Megami-sama (Ah! My Goddess) (Kousuke Fujishima, 1993, 2005-2007, 2011)
See In Nomine: Anime under Oh My Goddess!, except that Belldandy is a Servitor of Faith, not Flowers.
Angel Sanctuary
See In Nomine: Anime.
Ayashi no Ceres (Ceres Celestial Legend)
See In Nomine: Anime.
Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan (Masaki Okayu and Tsutomu Mizushima, 2005)
Dokuro-chan and Sabato-chan say they're angels, but from the way they act, it's better to think of them as slightly-Discordant Habbalah... with the (dark) comedy dial turned up to 11.
Dororon Enma-kun (Demon Prince Enma) (Go Nagai, 1973, 2006, 2011)
The adventures of an anti-demon Triad ... who aren't all Servitors of Judgment.
See In Nomine: Anime.
See In Nomine: Anime.
Fate/Stay Night (Kinoko Nasu, Takuya Satou, Fumihiko Shimo, and Yuji Yamaguchi, 2006)
Epic Heroes (Ethereal Spirits) summoned by Magi (Sorcerers) do battle for the "Holy Grail" (the Pagan Artifact not the Cup of Christ); the members of the winning partnership each recieve one wish.
Fruits Basket (Natsuki Takaya, 2001)
Ethereals from the Chinese Zodiac (or possibly Demigods/Gorgons in a game sense) hide among humanity, assuming their true nature when embraced. No angels or demons, but worth viewing for Marches-centered campaigns.
Haiyore! Nyaruko-san (Nyarko-san: Another Crawling Chaos) (Manta Aisora, 2012)
A normal teenager gets caught in a conflict between Lovecraftian Ethereals... and doesn't understand what's happening. If you have to keep The War a secret, this shows one way to do so.
Hanappe Bazooka (Go Nagai and Kazuo Koike, 1992)
(Yes, this one's an 18+ title... but that's true of any reference for Lusties.) A couple of Andrealphans ... "help" ... a teenaged boy with his desires while indulging in their own with his relatives. Shows what you can do with some of Andre's Secret Songs.
Haunted Junction
See In Nomine: Anime.
High School DxD (Ichiei Ishibumi and Takao Yoshioka, 2012)
Issei becomes the Servant of his high-school classmate, the high-ranking (and beautiful) demon Riasu.
Hikaru no Go (Susumu Nishizawa, Jun Kamiya, and Tetsuya Endo, 2001-2003)
A ghost matures as a person, achieves his Destiny, and ascends to Heaven.
Jungle Wa Itsumo Hale Nochi Guu (Hare+Guu) (Renjuro Kindaichi, 2001)
The Ethereal Guu makes Haré's life miserable, but he's too good a person to let her torment someone else.
Kamichu! ("Besame Mucho," 2005)
Yurie wakes up one morning to discover she's become a Shinto god. Somebody - maybe the Symphony itself - has given her Ethereal and Celestial Connections and a lot of Secret Songs... The series gives a modern (and highly-gameable) twist to the Shinto deities and their Ethereal Domain.
Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne (Arina Tanemura, 1999)
Marron is a Saint of the Wind, tasked in this life to protect others from demonic artwork. She has a companion Reliever, Finn, for most of the series - and the end of the story hinges on Finn's Fate and Destiny.
Kamisama Kazoku (Yoshikazu Kuwashima, 2006)
A family of Ethereals live on Earth to learn what it means to be human.
Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens (Eri Takenashi, 2008)
A local goddess assumes human form almost by accident instead of fading out of existance. She uses her new life on Earth to gain the worship of the people she protects... but she isn't the only one doing this.
Lupin III: Castle Cagliostro
See In Nomine: Anime.
Magic Knight Rayearth (Studio CLAMP, 1994)
What happens when three teenagers get pulled into an Ethereal Domain? A quest, of course... but not the sort of quest they were expecting. A good example of why you can't assume anything when visiting somebody else's Domain.
Neon Genesis Evangelion
See In Nomine: Anime.
Ninja Scroll
See In Nomine: Anime.
Omishi Magical Theater: Risky Safety (Rei Omishi, 1999)
Risky is an Impudite of Saminga; Safety is a Seraph of Novalis (with a slightly-broken attunement); both are currently on probation, trying to regain their respective Superiors' favor. For an ineffable reason which is shown but not explained midway through the series, they share the same (rather small) Vessel. Now they have to carry out their assigned duties and sabotage each other's work in the middle of a slowly-growing group of Symphonically-Aware humans.
Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt (Studio GAINAX, 2010)
Two Outcasts set up shop as ghost-exterminators... with the comedy set to maximum. Do they earn their way back into Heaven, or do they end up Falling? (This is an 18+ title in many jurisdictions.)
Puella Magi Madoka Magica (Gen Urobuchi, 2011)
Not very IN on the face of it, but activate Ethereal Gods, and possibly the Yaweh-as-ethereal heresy and see what crops up. Alternatively, ditch everything but the Ethereal Players' Guide and run with the universe that results.
Rental Magica (Makoto Sanda, 2007)
In a world where magic is just another profession, a Sorceror has to be extremely Willful to stand out. Adelicia is such a Sorceror - one who dares to summon the likes of Furfur and Asomedus (or, at least, demons using those names) - and thus is an excellent example of how to play Sorcerors in your own games.
Revolutionary Girl Utena
See In Nomine: Anime.
Sailor Moon
See In Nomine: Anime.
Saint Tail (Megumi Tachikawa, 1995)
A group of young Soldiers of The Wind liberate material possessions from those who wrongly took them from others, and return them to their rightful owners. (Having an Archangel's permission to shake things up doesn't mean one can take whatever one wants...)
Shakugan no Shana (Yashichiro Takahashi, 2005)
There are some close similarities but also substantial differences between IN and Shakugan no Shana. The quickest way to say it would be as a game where neither Heaven nor Hell has anything like a unified command structure, and where angels don't get vessels, only Soldiers/willing possession subjects, because making vessels requires killing people. You've got Essence, Remnants, Relics, and Songs, and something resembling Tethers. And there are problems with excessive retconning of reality destabilizing Symphony.
Tenshi ni Narumon (I Want to Be an Angel)
See In Nomine: Anime.
Viper GTS ("P. Warrior," Hitoshi Koga, and Masami Obari, 2002)
(Another 18+ title.) The flip side of Aa Megami-sama, where Andrealphans grant mortals' wishes in exchange for their souls. Has nothing to do with cars.
See In Nomine: Anime.

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