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Author Topic: [D&D] Demons, devils and d--what else?  (Read 810 times)

BoxCrayonTales

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[D&D] Demons, devils and d--what else?
« Reply #15 on: January 13, 2016, 09:12:35 PM »
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Why daemons? Because, of course an evil race is going to use a very similar sounding name. It causes confusion which gets them more souls/worshippers/what have you.
To be honest that's the reason I don't like it. It would be like naming them "deveels." I can't think of a satisfactory alternative: I've even made lists! Deodand, Devidand, Demidand, Demiurge, Dementor, Dybbuk, Deuce,  Dakhma, Dreggal, Dumaldun,  Deadite,  Duppy,  Dabbat, Daggiel, Daggoth, Dirae, Da'ath,  Dolmen,  Doldrums,  Drude,  Dôls, dastard... What say you?
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[D&D] Demons, devils and d--what else?
« Reply #16 on: January 14, 2016, 10:27:04 AM »
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Deodand, Devidand, Demidand, Demiurge, Dementor, Dybbuk, Deuce,  Dakhma, Dreggal, Dumaldun,  Deadite,  Duppy,  Dabbat, Daggiel, Daggoth, Dirae, Da'ath,  Dolmen,  Doldrums,  Drude,  Dôls, dastard... What say you?


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