Ha, after what you wrote about the character I really expected you to go with Body Control. “Human scum, time to obey the law!” sorts of situations.
[details=Body Control]Body Control (Deceit)
With this power, people do as they are told. It doesn’t change people’s emotions or opinions or decisions, but it does very effectively hijack control of their bodies. You can force them into any perverse or dangerous actions that you desire. The power doesn’t make people forget or misperceive or misremember things, though. It’s only for concrete movements.
To use Body Control, you need to make eye contact and issue a command. (It’s especially fun if you preface this, or follow it with either “My will is stronger than yours! You must obey!” or just “Sleeeep!”) The target doesn’t have to understand the order, but he does have to hear it, so you can use any language you want. You can only target one person at a time.
Roll Devious Deceit. Your Height determines how many words long your command can be. The GM should interpret it in the most straightforward and obvious way. Characters can choose to defy a command, doing nothing instead. Doing so costs a point of Nurture. The Nurture point vanishes, it does not slide. The point comes from Insightful if Nurture is at zero. Characters who have run out of both Nurture and Insightful can still disobey, but doing so leaves them unable to act for the remainder of the scene. Commands that would take more than one scene to complete are begun but are abandoned when the scene ends.[/details]
Also, what’s the demon’s name?