As far as you consider Sir Rodshire as a ghost, capable of transfer his incorporeal will to his victims (only men or men and women?'') as the villain of "Fallen" (A 1998 Dezel Washington movie), I like the idea. Not really powerful but with experience
and malevolence enough to put in jeopardy Pandora. So, I suppose that he can only control his victim while he is into him, doesn´t he? If don´t, which is the limitations of his power?
Just a few details:
- Is he visible on his incorporeal body or is he totally invisible, only 'visible' by ghost hunter´s devices? (I admit it. I follow "Ghost adventures" show!!!!).
- I imagine the motivations of Sir Rodshire but, what does the demon get with that?
As aditional comment, you describe Sir Rodshire as a ghost that have plenty control of his power. Somehow, what about if he is just a kind of almost irrational incubus fed by his need (as a vital requirement to survive) of rape to others. What do you think
Also, I was thinking about Peggy the housewife as foe for Pandora, a woman whose husband left her due to he liked too much to assit to Strip Joints. Now, almost insane, Peggy blames Pandora of that. Any suggestion about this?