Scourge aasimar result from a ritualistic bond with celestial archons. The new dual-souled children are imbued with an unstable divine energy that blazes intensely within them. It feeds a powerful desire to destroy evil- a desire that is, at best, unflinching and, at its worst, all-consuming. Many scourge aasimar wear masks to block out the world and focus on containing this power, unmasking themselves only in battle. Scourge Aasimar only hail from a secret Celestial shelter, where only those who either devoutly love the celestial or fervently despise the infernal and abyssal gather. Some rogue groups also force their "gift" upon unsuspecting folk, forcing them into a life of compulsory demon hunting.
Often human, often without one. Normal individuals that are cursed often don't forsake their names, but many of the more fanatic Scourge Aasimar name themselves, ironically, similarly to the virtue names of Tieflings. They forsake their original names and give themselves a "hunter title" that represents them in some way. Hunter title examples: Blood, Iron, Hellrazer, True
Major language groups and dialects
Scourge Aasimar all know Celestial; Often it comes from the archon's bonding as a side effect.
Shared customary codes and values
Scourge Aasimar all hail from the same origins, be they willing or not. The celestial archons are well-versed in the customs of the settlement, as are those who have lived there for a long time. A shared code exists between those who hail from here, only know to them. Otherwise, they act as any other Malkorian.
Common Dress code
Scourge Aasimar wear masks, so as to block out the world, focusing entirely on containing the power they hold within. The masks are forged specially so that they can see the world, but all traces they see of celestial, infernal and abyssal alike are canceled out.
The mask itself can be as much as an entire covering mask, and as little as a simple headband covering one's eyes.
Common Customs, traditions and rituals
Some of the more fanatic Aasimar make a point to in some way record how many fiend and abyssal kills they've accumulated over their lifetime. Some create intricate tattoos, with one extra stroke per kill, others simply take a piece of their kills, and create a trophy from each.
Birth & Baptismal Rites
If an individual is remade into a Scourge Aasimar, they are often given new names. If a child is born following having been affected by this ritual, they will be named as normal.
Funerary and Memorial customs
The Scourges rarely hold funerals for one another. Being a Scourge Aasimar is considered a highest honor, and a death sentence. A Scourge Aasimar will not stop hunting until the day they die, and as such, the shelter has a memorial stone dedicated to each Scourge they create.
Befriending abyssal and fiendish creatures is seen as the most obscene action, short of turning to the abyssal or fiendish to increase one's power.