Warrior of the Undivided Kingdom (Christian)
The warrior's face is painted with war paint. A deep red cross that intersect at the left eye. The left eye is a glowing dark purple. (Dark purple eye sees spiritual things, what is good what is evil, Symbolism: Christians appraise all things). Warrior is clad in chain mail and has various helms.
Dark Servants (Demons)
There are several types of demons. The first is a pale skinned creature that cannot bear to be in the light. If he enters the light, his skin begins to fester and boil. These creatures are often wearing dark cloaks. These creatures posses mastery of the mind.
Another type is the image of the classic demon (Red, wings, horns, claws). Of course, I'll add some new twists to make them unique. These posses mastery of body.
Another kind are shape shifters. These creatures are every where, they can change shape into anything, and they are always watching. They can even change in to the appearance of a Warrior and a Christian (real world), will have a easier time recognizing him.
The Merchant (Satan)
The Merchant is a mysterious character dress in a trench coat and hat (not exactly fitting to the game). The Merchant tries to sell you his stuff. He'll come at very needy times to tempt you.
MORE ABOUT INFINITUM
You (the player) is a simple man in a medieval world. One day a strange man gives you a lense. If you choose to use it then you see the real world. (I'm reformed myself, but my audience is secular)
Infinitum takes place in a fantastical medieval world. The whole world is a wilderness, with few places of civilization. Here is where the great battle wages. The Kingdom Undivided (The Church), has no actual location, but is rather is a group of people scatter throughout the world. Unlike some games, where you are the only warrior, this game is going to focus on allies. Some will be in you party and under your command, while others you'll meet on the battlefield. You'll be called to assist them in time need and they just might help you. At the end of the game, the battle of Armageddon. The Kingdom Undivided vs. the Dark Servants, headed by Satan. Of course, I'll not everything will be true to Christianity, for example, you'll use money to buy new equipment. Also, you can die. After all the game has to be fun, and I'm not going to ruin my game over these trivial things.
Of Course there will be scripture in my game, but I am not going to go out and say that it is. I am going to take scripture, reword, and call it the ancient scrolls of wisdom (or something like that). If you have played well-made RPGs (Baldur's Gate, BG2), you'll notice lots of useless things, story books etc. the Scrolls will be placed on shelves and scatter though out the world. A goal in the game is to gather all the scrolls and reassemble the book (Bible).
In any good RPG, you actions affect the way people treat you, what quests are available and the outcome of the game. This game is going to encourage Godly actions and worldviews. If you actions are ungodly, then bad, bad things will happen. Godly worldviews and sound theology will be strongly portrayed in Infinitum.
Long live the fight