Real Men Love Jesus
- Hollister is an Evangelical Minister, so you can expect lots of Bible quotes and love for the Lord. If asked his religion, he will probably tell you he's Christian.
- Experience has taught Hollister that any one religion doesn't have all the answers. Just don't call him a Unitarian Universalist.
Sentient Cosmic Force
- Call it God, call it Fate, call it the Big Man in the Sky if you want. Hollister believes in it, and that it is watching you. Like Santa Claus. Just don't call him a Gnostic. Or a Deist. He hates that.
Two Headed Coin
- They say what goes around, comes around. That you can't escape Karma. For those who seek to avoid this rule, there is Hollister. Still, he's in the business of saving souls, not racking up body counts. If Fate says you live, who is he to judge?
- He's from Texas. Joined the mission field. Saw the world. Awakened and now he wants to get off. What could be more harmless than an out-of-the-way tourist trap like Fallcoast? Right??
- Acanthus and Silver Ladder. Faerie and Aether. Time and Fate. Hollister calls the whole thing the Divine Plan and gets on with it. Even when he doesn't understand it. Which is most of the time. Past life got you down? Family curse all up in your business? He can help.
- What good are brains if you don't use them? Hollister is in grad school for a Master's of Divinity with concentrations in Anthropology, Mythology, Philosophy, Comparative Religion, History and the Occult. Fighting obscure gods and need to know what /really/ went down two thousand years ago? Ask the Humanities!
- Hollister is a Thorpe, so that explains the obsessive need to be part of every service organization he can reasonably manage. In addition to his studies, Hollister is training to be a Chaplain with the ROTC, coaching an AYSO soccer team, leading the campus Young Republicans and is a founding member of the local Campus Crusade for Christ. He can also sing while playing the acoustic guitar.
- Outwardly religious, well versed in ancient traditions and fiercely moralistic, Hollister moonlights as a slayer of all things dark and icky. The taxonomy of the strange is long and involved, but he finds it easier to call them all 'demons'. Afflicted by possession? Ghost in your attic? Cryptid bothering the neighbors? Acamoth got you down? Hollister will 'exorcise' it any way he knows how.