Limits to Morality is a religion themed Roleplay taking place during the First Industrial Revolution. It follows the adventure of Lucifer and five summoned Protectors, as they work to gain key Day Pieces, items that represent the days it took God to create the world. Only five of the pieces are up for grabs, due to the sixth being Lucifer and Liliana, and the seventh being nonexistent.
The RP itself is a take off from several religions in which God created the world in seven days - however, in this incarnation, he stops short. The first five days, while different than what is in the bible, are complete and each have an item that represents what was created on that day. The sixth day, God declared “No One Entity Shall Rule”, and split himself into two entities, Lucifer and Liliana. These two act as shells, emotionless, organ-less, shells. They are ultimately ‘houses’ for the day pieces, which act as organs. While they are able to talk and move, they are one-dimensional at the beginning. Lucifer is the good guy of the story, while Liliana acts as the antagonist - both want the Day Pieces, for different reasons. Lucifer wants them to keep his father’s wishes, thus, will attempt to gain them and spread them out for another few millennia. Liliana wants the pieces to become God and ‘fix’ the world, and rule it as her own.
The Day Pieces grant Lucifer and Lilana their own abilities, in addition to what they already have. Both are already immune to certain things at the start, and as they gain pieces start to become immune to other things, as well as gain powers associated with the Day Pieces. Both can gain the knowledge and abilities of people by absorbing/eating them(Favored method of Liliana). The pieces are: