My younger brother, the second born Djinn. His hatred of God runs as deep as father’s, but is complicated by his equal hate for Iblis. He blames father as much as God for casting us out of Eden. Of course, he envies the humans as well, for being Allah’s favorites. In the end, he just ends up hating everything and is bent on destruction. As a result he tends to consort with Lucifer’s cohorts, something father forbids Djinn from doing (Iblis is still convinced Djinn are the height of creation, and is resentful of Lucifer’s refusal to bow to him… the hypocrisy is not entirely lost on him, though). Ithnan doesn’t simply want to lead humans astray. He wants to destroy the world any way he can. The demons want to win the War, Iblis acts out of spite, but Ithnan… Ithnan aims for oblivion. He’s less subtle than the rest of the family. he doesn’t bother with illusions or manipulation, but is in total control of his body, able to grow tall enough to pluck clouds from the sky, or small enough to dance on the head of a pin. Not that he dances.
He also seems to be getting less stable over the centuries, and even the demons tend to shy away from him.