Twain (The Hand of God)
Cardinal: Twain (The Hand of God)
Twain is a self-righteous brute. His version of the Sanctum is
walled-off and restrictive: a castle in which those who belong are
protected and those who do not are held outside the gate. His
version of the Danse Macabre is an exalted condition, but only if
you accept God and the story ofKain. He cares not to preach.
He has little interest in convincing you of the glory of God.